Applications Open: 19 November 2020
Applications Close: 19 March 2021
Next Available Intake: July 2021
Programme Type: Full-time Undergraduate
Fees: View More Details on Fees
Area of Interest: Business Administration
School/Department: School of Business
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The Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics with Minor is a four-year direct honours programme. Students are required to complete a total of 200 credit units (cu), inclusive of 40 cu of Common Curriculum courses. The Common Curriculum courses are first-year inter-disciplinary courses designed to hone students' conceptual, analytical and writing abilities along with their communication skills. Students are also required to complete a 24-week work attachment, an overseas experience and a community engagement. Singapore University of Social Sciences aims to produce graduates who are professionally competent, social-minded and self-directed learners.
Refer to general admission criteria for full-time undergraduate programmes. There will be additional admission criteria to better target students who are aligned to the educational philosophy of our full-time programmes. This will be done through interviews and selection tests.
There are also various types of financial aid available to students who need financial assistance. Please click here for more details.
Students pursuing the full-time Major-Minor programmes are required to complete 200 credit units (cu), which include:
Contemporary China Studies
Digital Content Marketing
Human Resource Management
International Trade Management
Mobile Application Development
Public Sector Service Management
Supply Chain Management
Workplace Safety and Health
Graduates are trained in the application of a broad array of analytics techniques such as visualisation, data mining, text mining, statistics, forecasting and optimisation using analytics software so that they can apply them in a broad spectrum of organisations and sectors, including government, healthcare and medicine, community, business, social services – essentially any organisation with a lot of data that require analytical insights.
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