Graduate Certificates

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Graduate Certificates

Graduate certificate programmes are short, focused programmes designed to give students the knowledge and skills in a particular subject or area of specialisation.

Graduates may earn credit units that can be stacked towards other higher-level qualifications such as Master's or Doctoral degrees.

A selected number of Graduate Certificate programmes and their corresponding higher qualifications are also available for Graduate Programmes, as listed below. Upon successful completion of and attainment of the minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.50 for the required modular courses, eligible students may apply for the Graduate Certificate by clicking on the application button below.

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Note: Please submit the application form only upon completion of the required courses.

​Graduat​e ​​Certificate​Required Modular Courses for Graduate Certificate​Stackable Towards

Graduate Certificate in Adult Learning

​ADL511 Engaging Adults for Learning
ADL513 Approaches to Blended Learning
ADL515 Assessment in Adult Learning
Master of Adult Learning programme

Graduate Certificate in Compliance

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​​FIN571 Compliance, Regulations and the Regulatory Environment
FIN573 Financial Crime Compliance
FIN575 Compliance Risk Framework
 

Graduate Certificate in Design Innovation

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DES501 Design Inquiry I: Planning and Execution
DES503 Design Inquiry II: Sense making and Communication
DES505 Frameworks for Ideation and Experimentation
 
Graduate Certificate in Digital MarketingMKT541 Digital Branding
MKT542 Digital Marketing Analytics
MKT551 Platform Strategy
 

Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology

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FIN545 Technological Innovations in Finance
FIN547 Blockchain Technologies: Applications and Challenges
FIN551 Python Programming
FIN553 Blockchain Security and Privacy
Master of Finance programme

Graduate Certificate in Gerontology

​GER501 Studies in Gerontology
GER503 Lifespan Development and Psychology of Ageing
GER505 Physiology and Healthcare

Master of Gerontology programme
PhD in Gerontology

​Graduate Certificate in Human Capital Management

HCM531 Managing Talent I: Acquisition and Retention
HCM533 Managing Talent II: Performance and Development
HCM535 Employment Law, Policy, and Ethics
Master of Human Capital Management

Graduate Certificate in IP and Innovation Management

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IPM501 Foundation IP Law (pre-/co-requisite for other IP courses)
IPM503 IP Asset Management
IPM505 IP & Business Strategy
Graduate Diploma in IP and Innovation Management with specialisation in IP Management

Graduate Certificate in Management

You can select any 3 out of 6 modules:
BUS511 Managing Sustainable Operations
BUS512 Accounting and Finance for Managers
BUS513 Managing & Leading to Achieve Organisational Excellence
BUS515 Corporate Governance, Social Responsibility and Enterprise Risk Management
BUS531 Sustainability Management
ECO531 Managerial Economics and the Global Economy
Graduate Diploma in Management

Graduate Certificate in Non-Profit Management

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NPM504 Social Sector Leadership
NPM506 Volunteer Management
NPM508 Governance and Fundraising for Non-Profit Organisations
Graduate Diploma in Non-Profit Management
Graduate Certificate in Outdoor Education

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BSE501 Principles and Practices in Outdoor Education
BSE503 Education and Ethics in Outdoor Learning
BSE505 Place-Responsive Pedagogy in Outdoor Education
 
​​Graduate Certificate in TaxationTAX501 Taxation: Legal Framework and Policy
TAX503 Corporate and Individual Income Tax
TAX505 Goods and Service Tax
 


SkillsFuture Funding, Qualifications, and Terms & Conditions

Students who intend to stack their SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) funded credit-bearing modular courses/certificates towards a graduate qualification (such as Graduate Diploma, Master's, Doctorate), such modular courses will only be accorded credit recognition for up to 50% of the credit units in the graduate qualification. If you exceed the SSG's 50% modularisation policy, you may be required to top up the resulting shortfall. Alternatively, you may take the non-funded courses in order to complete the graduate programme.

SUSS reserves the right to cancel, amend or change the terms and conditions under which its courses and programmes are offered without prior notice.

Application Period

Application Period for January Semester: October to End November
Application Period for July Semester: April to End May

Application Fee

Application for graduate modular courses is to be made online. Each application must be accompanied by a one-time non-refundable application fee of $64.20 (inclusive of GST) for an e-application (payable online only).

Course Fee

Please click here for Graduate Modular Course Fees.

Graduate Academic Calendar

There are two academic semesters in a year: January to June (January semester), and July to December (July semester).

Please click here​ for the academic calendar.

 

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