A Minor programme is a coherent course of study in an additional area outside of the Major. It contributes to your breadth of learning and may allow you to gain a competitive advantage in the workplace by being conversant in topics beyond your Major. A Minor programme consists of a collection of five subjects required by the department offering the minor, two of which may be cross-listed as meeting the Major requirements while the remaining three may be taken as technical electives.
All incoming undergraduate students majoring in DAI, EPD, ESD or CSD will have the opportunity to select a Minor on top of the Major, subject to considerations such as your pillar/track requirements, timetabling and availability of course(s) during enrolment. You get to indicate your preferred Minor after you have made your choice of Major at the end of Term 3. Both the Major and Minor requirements must be completed within the normal candidature of the undergraduate programme, i.e. 8 terms.