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DOUBLE MAJOR PROGRAMME

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Unlike the existing single discipline-based degrees, this degree will feature two distinct majors within an innovative new structure. As such this is a fully conceived double-disciplinary degree. Each major will have equal weightage. Students will be admitted into this Double Major degree programme at the point of entry to NTU and declare their two majors at this point.

The Double Major degree programme offers students the opportunity to specialise in any two major academic disciplines and will encourage a multidisciplinary educational and intellectual focus; it will equip students with the transferable skills of a liberal arts education for successful careers in the rapidly changing environment of the 21st century.

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DOUBLE MAJOR COMBINATIONS

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Chinese and English


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both English (ELH) and Chinese (CHIN), benefiting from the expertise and resources of the two disciplines from the School of Humanities (SoH).

For English, students will focus both on traditional historical periods and on contemporary innovative approaches to the subject. Specialisations offered include all the major literary periods, Singaporean and Asian literatures, critical and literary theory, cultural studies, film studies, drama, postmodernism, and gender studies.

Combined with the Chinese component of the programme, students will study both classical and modern Chinese literature, to develop a deeper understanding of Chinese language, and a broader perspective on Chinese history and thought, modern China and the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia. The programme aims to equip students with multidisciplinary research skills and bilingual capabilities.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Pass in H2 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in H1 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Higher Chinese or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Chinese; and
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL Chinese and
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in Chinese Language and
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level/HSK Level 6 and
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




Chinese and Linguistics and Multilingual Studies


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both Linguistics and Multilingual Studies (LMS) and Chinese (CHN), benefiting from the expertise and resources of both Programmes within the School of Humanities (SoH).

For Chinese, students will study both classical and modern Chinese literature, a deeper understanding of Chinese language, and a broader perspective on Modern China and the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia. The programme aims to equip students with multidisciplinary research skills and bilingual capabilities.

The Linguistics and Multilingual Studies curriculum allows students to explore the many interesting facets of language and communication, from the properties of speech sounds to grammatical and discourse structure, from children’s language development to communication in bilingual and multilingual societies.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Pass in H2 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in H1 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Higher Chinese or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Chinese; and
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL Chinese and
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in Chinese Language and
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level/HSK Level 6 and
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




English and History


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both English Literature (ELH) and History (HIST), benefiting from the expertise and resources of the two disciplines from the School of Humanities (SoH).

For English Literature, students will focus both on traditional historical periods and on contemporary innovative approaches to the subject. Specialisations offered include all the major literary periods, Singaporean and Asian literatures, critical and literary theory, cultural studies, film studies, drama, postmodernism, and gender studies.

The History component of the program seeks to train students to not only think critically but also to apply interdisciplinary methods to identify and address contemporary problems from historical perspectives. History graduates will master the secondary literature in their chosen areas of study, engage in independent research, exercise critical judgment about the texts that they encounter, and communicate their findings in a well-reasoned and scholarly manner.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




English and Philosophy


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both English Literature (ELH) and Philosophy (PHIL), benefiting from the expertise and resources of the two disciplines from the School of Humanities (SoH). For English Literature, students will focus both on traditional historical periods and on contemporary innovative approaches to the subject. Specialisations offered include all the major literary periods, Singaporean and Asian literatures, critical and literary theory, cultural studies, film studies, drama, postmodernism, and gender studies. The Philosophy curriculum allows students to explore, in a rigorous, systematic, and critical manner, fundamental problems about the nature of knowledge, reality, existence, mind, language, science, and morality, the curriculum includes a solid foundation in both eastern and western traditions of philosophy, and prepares students for the application of philosophy to the challenges of modern society.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs): *Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




English Literature and Art History


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both Art History and English literature, benefiting from the expertise and resources of both the School of Humanities (SoH) and the School of Art, Design and Media (ADM).

For English Literature, students will focus both on traditional historical periods and on contemporary innovative approaches to the subject. Specialisations offered include All the major literary periods, Singaporean and Asian literatures, critical and literary theory, cultural studies, film studies, drama, postmodernism, and gender studies.

The Art History curriculum aims to equip students with a thorough knowledge and critical awareness of the global histories of art, culture and heritage, which will be taught through lectures, seminars and practical projects. Students will be trained in the rigours and methods of researching and writing about art, including specialisations in Global Art History, Asian Art History, Museums, Heritage, Curating and Contemporary Art and Theory. They will also benefit from ADM’s relationship to professional arts spaces such as the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA).

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs): *Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




History and Chinese


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both Chinese Studies and history, benefiting from the expertise and resources of both programmes.

The History Programme seeks to train students to not only think critically but also to apply interdisciplinary methods to identify and address contemporary problems from historical perspectives. History graduates will master the secondary literature in their chosen areas of study, engage in independent research, exercise critical judgment about the texts that they encounter, and communicate their findings in a well-reasoned and scholarly manner.

For Chinese, students will study both classical and modern Chinese literature, a deeper understanding of Chinese language, and a broader perspective on Chinese history and thought, modern China and the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia. The programme aims to equip students with multidisciplinary research skills and bilingual capabilities.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject; and
  • Pass in H2 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in H1 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Higher Chinese or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Chinese

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English and
  • A good grade in SL Chinese

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language and
  • Good Overall CAP in Chinese Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level and
  • A good grade in Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level/HSK Level 6
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




History and Linguistics and Multilingual Studies


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both LMS and history, benefiting from the expertise and resources of both programmes.

The History Programme seeks to train students to not only think critically but also to apply interdisciplinary methods to identify and address contemporary problems from historical perspectives. History graduates will master the secondary literature in their chosen areas of study, engage in independent research, exercise critical judgment about the texts that they encounter, and communicate their findings in a well-reasoned and scholarly manner.

The Linguistics and Multilingual Studies curriculum allows students to explore the many interesting facets of language and communication, from the properties of speech sounds to grammatical and discourse structure, from children’s language development to communication in bilingual and multilingual societies.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/ H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




Linguistics and Multilingual Studies and English


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both English Literature (ELH) and Linguistics and Multilingual Studies (LMS), benefiting from the expertise and resources of the two disciplines from the School of Humanities (SoH).

The Linguistics and Multilingual Studies component of the curriculum allows students to explore the many interesting facets of language and communication, from the properties of speech sounds to grammatical and discourse structure, from children’s language development to communication in bilingual and multilingual societies.

For English Literature, students will focus both on traditional historical periods and on contemporary innovative approaches to the subject. Specialisations offered include all the major literary periods, Singaporean and Asian literatures, critical and literary theory, cultural studies, film studies, drama, postmodernism, and gender studies.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/ H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):
*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




Linguistics and Multilingual Studies and Philosophy


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both Linguistics and Multilingual Studies (LMS) and Philosophy (PHIL), benefiting from the expertise and resources of both Programmes within the School of Humanities(SoH).

The Linguistics and Multilingual Studies curriculum allows students to explore the many interesting facets of language and communication, from the properties of speech sounds to grammatical and discourse structure, from children’s language development to communication in bilingual and multilingual societies.

The Philosophy curriculum allows students to explore, in a rigorous, systematic, and critical manner, fundamental problems about the nature of knowledge, reality, existence, mind, language, science, and morality, the curriculum includes a solid foundation in both eastern and western traditions of philosophy, and prepares students for the application of philosophy to the challenges of modern society.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • Pass in H2 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in H1 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Higher Chinese or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Chinese; and
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • A good grade in SL Chinese and
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • Good Overall CAP in Chinese Language and
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • A good grade in Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level/HSK Level 6 and
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




Philosophy and Chinese


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both Chinese (CHN) and Philosophy (PHIL), benefiting from the expertise and resources of the two disciplines from the School of Humanities (SoH).

The Philosophy curriculum allows students to explore, in a rigorous, systematic, and critical manner, fundamental problems about the nature of knowledge, reality, existence, mind, language, science, and morality, the curriculum includes a solid foundation in both eastern and western traditions of philosophy, and prepares students for the application of philosophy to the challenges of modern society.

For Chinese, students will study both classical and modern Chinese literature, a deeper understanding of Chinese language, and a broader perspective on Chinese history and thought, modern China and the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia. The programme aims to equip students with multidisciplinary research skills and bilingual capabilities.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject; and
  • Pass in H2 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in H1 Level Chinese subjects or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Higher Chinese or
  • Good pass in ‘O’ Level Chinese

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English and
  • A good grade in SL Chinese

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language and
  • Good Overall CAP in Chinese Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level and
  • A good grade in Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level/HSK Level 6
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




Philosophy and History


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both philosophy and history, benefiting from the expertise and resources of both programmes.

The Philosophy curriculum allows students to explore, in a rigorous, systematic, and critical manner, fundamental problems about the nature of knowledge, reality, existence, mind, language, science, and morality. The curriculum includes a solid foundation in both eastern and western traditions of philosophy, and prepares students for the application of philosophy to the challenges of modern society.

The History Programme seeks to train students to not only think critically but also to apply interdisciplinary methods to identify and address contemporary problems from historical perspectives. History graduates will master the secondary literature in their chosen areas of study, engage in independent research, exercise critical judgment about the texts that they encounter, and communicate their findings in a well-reasoned and scholarly manner.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H1 or H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in SL English

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level
To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.




Psychology and Linguistics and Multilingual Studies


During this four-year degree programme, undergraduates will read both their majors in both Linguistics and Multilingual Studies and Psychology, benefiting from the expertise and resources of both the School of Humanities(SoH) and the School of Social Sciences(SSS).

The Psychology curriculum offers rigorous training to students in understanding human emotion, cognition and behaviours using scientific methods. The goals of our program focus on fostering critical thinking, methodological and quantitative reasoning skills. Students will complete a wide range of courses including but not limited to abnormal psychology, biopsychology, clinical psychology, cognitive neuroscience, developmental psychology, personality and social psychology.

The Linguistics and Multilingual Studies curriculum allows students to explore the many interesting facets of language and communication, from the properties of speech sounds to grammatical and discourse structure, from children's language development to communication in bilingual and multilingual societies.

Admission Requirements

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in H1 Level Mathematics
  • A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry/H2 Level Humanities subject

For International Baccalaureate Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • A good grade in Mathematics at Standard Level
  • A good grade in English at Standard Level

For NUS High School Diploma holders:

  • NTU General Admission Requirements
  • Major CAP of 2.0 in Mathematics
  • Good Overall CAP in English Language

For International Students & Students with other qualifications:

  • A good grade in Additional Mathematics ɸ at Junior High School Level
  • A good grade in General Paper/English at Senior High School Level

ɸ Mathematics at Senior High School Level is only applicable to applicants who have not read Additional Mathematics at Junior High School Level.

To graduate, students must complete two (2) categories of requirement, totalling at least 138 Academic Units (AUs):

*Students may select one or two Final Year Projects (FYPs), subject to the approval of the host disciplines. If they select just one, they will be strongly encouraged to do an inter-major FYP. When one FYP is selected, the remaining 8 AUs will be transferred to the PEs of the other major discipline.





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