One of the critical success factors of a project is a strong leader who is able to manage the team members and other resources, so that the project can be completed on time, within budget and at an acceptable level of quality. As more and more human endeavours are organised in the form of discrete but inter-related projects, there is a need for well-trained leaders to manage these projects. The generic knowledge in project management helps future leaders undertake important and challenging tasks of organising manpower, materials, equipment, time and monetary resources to achieve project success.
The main aim of this minor is to provide a broad-based education in leadership and management, with specific focus on dynamic situations. This minor also aims to equip future leaders with skills and knowledge that are transferable from one sector to another.
The learning outcome is: NUS graduates who have strategic competencies to manage complex and large projects.
The Minor in Project Management programme is open to all NUS undergraduates in level 2 and 3 of a 4-year programme, except BSc (Project and Facilities Management).
To be awarded a Minor in Project Management, the student must pass 6 modules, equivalent to 24 modular credits (MCs). These 24 MCs are divided into Compulsory (4 MCs) and Elective Modules (20 MCs). All 6 minor modules must be graded. No satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) option is allowed.
2015 Cohort and after
(A) Compulsory Modules
For more information on the modules, please click here.
Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org for the application form.
All applications must reach the Department of Building by 12 noon on first Friday of July. Students may also submit their applications via email to email@example.com by the above deadline. Late applications and/or incomplete application forms will not be considered. Successful applicants will be notified by email.
Students who wish to withdraw from the minor programme at any time, please inform firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Every effort is made to ensure that the information is accurate and current. However, the University and the School reserve the right to make alterations without notice.