Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 About SoC Established, 1976 Department of Computer Science (Nanyang) Transferred, 1979 Department of Computer Science (NUS Joint Campus) Reorganized, 1982 Dept of Information Systems & Computer Science (NUS) Expanded, School of Computing July 1, 1998 Dept of Computer Science Dept of Information Systems
Student population 1800 undergraduate students > 500 graduate students 2 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 3 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Undergraduate Office Vice-Dean: Assoc Prof KHOO Siau Cheng Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Programmes: Assoc Prof TEH Hung Chuan Assistant Dean, Special Programmes: Assoc Prof LEE Wee Sun Assistant Dean, Special Programmes: Mr TAN Tuck Choy, Aaron
Manager, Undergraduate Programmes : Ms TOH Mui Kiat Senior Administrative Officer : Mr LOW Mun Bak Management Support Officers: Mrs KWEK Wong Kay, Ms Nur Arifah Bte Mukaral Ms NG Lee Chin, Judy Ms TEO Pei Pei 4 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Academic Advisors (AY2005/2006) Dr Tan Sun Teck Assoc Prof Yeo Gee Kin (S16-08-05)
(S15-05-12) 5 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Curriculum Based on international curriculum recommendations: U.S. Association of Computing Machinery IEEE Computer Societys Computing Curriculum 2001 recommendations.
Association of Information Systems (AIS) IS Curriculum Broad based Education 6 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Degree Programmes Undergraduate Programmes: Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in Computational Biology Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in Communications & Media Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in Computer Engineering Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in Computer Science Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in E-Commerce
Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in Information Systems Graduate Programmes: Master of Computing (by Coursework) Master of Science (by Research) Doctor of Philosophy 7 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Programme Structure University Level Requirements (ULR) Common for all programmes Major Requirement Common Essentials Common for all programmes Programme Essentials Essentials specific to the programme
Programme Electives If you fail an elective, you may retake or read another elective Unrestricted Electives (UE) 8 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 University Level Requirements (ULR) For all students admitted in 2005 Modular Credits (MC) University Level Requirements General Education Modules (GEM) 8 MC Singapore Studies
4 MC Breadth: Electives outside students Faculty 16 MC Total 28 MC 9 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 University Level Requirements (ULR) Two subject groups within which GEMs are placed, namely, (i) Group A: Science and Technology; and
(ii) Group B: Humanities and Social Sciences. Compulsory to read at least one GEM from Subject Group B. Read one Singapore Studies module with SS prefix. For Breadth: Electives must be from outside of the student's Faculty. Note: No Double Counting of any module towards fulfilment of different requirements. 10 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Major Requirements Common Essentials CS1101/S Programming Methodology CS1102/S Data Structures and Algorithms
CS1104 Computer Organization CS2102 or CS2102S Introduction to Database Systems Depending on your program requirement CS2103 Software Engineering CS2105 Computer Networks I Programme Essentials Each programme has its own essential modules 11 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Programme Elective Courses grouped in Eight areas (A1 A8) requirements based on different programmes Elective Areas A1 - Programming & Software Engineering A2 - Computer Systems A3 - Theory & Modelling
A4 - Humans & Computers A5 - Management of Information Systems A6 - Business & Technology A7 - Embedded Systems Technology A8 - Technology Skills 12 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 ULR Major Requirements Unrestricted Electives Modules from SoC/other Faculty to make up total modular credit requirement 13 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6
Degree Requirements pass at least 160 MC (approx. 40 modules) comprising: University Level Requirements pass 28 MC School /Department Requirements Fulfil Common Essentials, Programme Essentials, Programme Electives Unrestricted Electives CAP should be at least 2.0. 14 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Weight of a module : The MC of a module Workload
Must pass this module before taking CS3235 15 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Must not have taken MA1100 before 16 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Modes of Module Taking: 1. Taking with Credit Given a grade at the end of the course Included in calculating your performance
2. Taking the S/U Option Given either a Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory record Not included in calculating your performance Maximum of 12 MC to be counted towards your 160 MC requirement (under normal circumstances) Cannot convert back to grade Cannot exercise this option on modules required for Programme/Minor requirement. 17 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Grade, Grade Points and S/U Option Grade A+ A AB+ B
BC+ C D+ D F Grade Point 5.00 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 0.00
S/ U Options Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory Note: A candidate who has obtained a D or higher grade cannot repeat the module. 18
Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Cumulative Average Point (CAP) sum (module grade point modular credits) CAP = --------------------------------------------------------------sum (modular credits) rounded up to 2 decimal places To graduate, a student MUST obtain a CAP of no less than 2.00 19 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 CAP and SAP calculations (Example) Module Module Name Code CS1101 PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY
CS1104 COMPUTER ORGANISATION LSM1302 GENES AND SOCIETY CS1105 COMPUTING AND SOCIETY MA1505 MATHEMATICS I CS2301 BUSINESS & TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS GEKxxx GEM B module Total Grade MC Points 5 4
4 4 4 4 Grade Point 4 3 3 3 3.5 1.5 B+ BBBB D+ S
4 null null 25 20 12 12 12 14 6.0 76
To calculate CAP: CAP = 76/25 = 3.04 SAP (Semester Average Point) = 76/25 = 3.04 20 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Mind Twister Adam is into his final semester. His CAP is 3.35, and his total MC accumulated is 142. He intends to take 20MC of modules in this semester. What should be his average grade for the final semester in order to get a CAP of 3.50? (Assuming no S/ U options) (162x3.50 142x3.35)/20 = 4.57 Example: 4 of grade A- and 1 of grade A
21 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Academic Warning, Probation and Dismissal To continue in a programme, a student must not have: CAP below 1.50 for two consecutive semesters; or CAP below 2.00 for three consecutive semesters Student receiving academic warning or under probation must receive counselling from academic advisors. To restore to good standing before reaching the state of dismissal: Bring CAP to the level of 2.00 in the following semester 22 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6
Mind Twister Zacks CAP is 1.49, and his total MC accumulated is 40. He intends to take 20MC of modules in the coming semester to achieve a CAP of at least 2.0. What should be his average grade for the coming semester in order to achieve that? (Assuming no S/U options) (60x2.0 40x1.49)/20 = 3.02 Example: 4 of grade B- and 1 of grade B 23 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Programme Streaming An opportunity to enter a four-year programme: BComp in Communication & Media
BComp in Computer Science BComp in E-Commerce BComp in Information Systems Not applicable to Computer Engineering: Streaming done at admission. No streaming into/out thereafter. Not applicable to Computational Biology: Streaming before 5pm 29 July 2005. No streaming into/out thereafter. 24 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Programme Streaming (continue) Programme streaming (except Comp. Engrg and Comp. Bio.) after 2 semesters. Last streaming opportunity: Before the beginning of the 6th
semester of study (A-level candidates) Departments may set a quota Other requirement as may be specified by the departments 25 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 CS4101 Honours Project 1. An independent research-inclined project under supervision of a faculty. 2. Essential for students seeking a First-class Honours 3. An option for students with CAP of 4.0 (during registration of the module) 4. 12 MC, spanning over two semesters 5. Pre-requisite: Complete at least 70% of the MC requirement (112MC) for the respective degree.
26 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Others English Proficiency Modules ET1000 - English for Academic Purpose ES1000 - New Basic English Course Curriculum See http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/undergradprog for updates and curriculum announcements. Curriculum in CS Dept : [email protected] Curriculum in IS Dept : [email protected] Office of Undergraduate Programmes is located at: S16-05-08 (General Office) 27
Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Degree Requirements for Diploma Holders 4-year programme - pass at least 160 MC (approx. 40 modules) University Level Requirements pass 28 MC Major Requirements Fulfil Common Essentials, Programme Essentials, Programme Electives CS4101 Honours Project is Compulsory Unrestricted Electives 3-year programme - pass at least 120 MC (approx. 30 modules) University Level Requirements pass 20 MC Major Requirements Fulfil Common Essentials, Programme Essentials, Programme Electives Unrestricted Electives 28
Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 University Level Requirements (ULR) For diploma holders admitted in 2005 Modular Credits (MC) University Level Requirements General Education Modules (GEM) 8 MC Singapore Studies 4 MC Breadth: Electives outside students Faculty
8 MC (3 yr)/ 16 MC(4 yr) Total 20 MC (3 yr)/28 MC(4 yr) 29 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Programme Streaming for Diploma Holders Programme streaming (except Comp. Engrg and Comp. Bio.) starts NOW. Last streaming opportunity: Before the beginning of the 3th semester of study for 4-year programme Minimum CAP requirement (currently 3.50) Departments may set a quota
Acceptable use policy for IT resources Rules relating inventions, innovations and other works Authorisation for medical procedures/appointment of local guardian for international students 31 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 NUS Plagiarism Notice All students share the responsibility for upholding the academic
standards and reputation of the University. Academic honesty is a prerequisite condition in the pursuit and acquisition of knowledge. Academic dishonesty is any misrepresentation with the intent to deceive or failure to acknowledge the source or falsification of information or inaccuracy of statements or cheating at examinations/tests or inappropriate use of resources. There are many forms of academic dishonesty and plagiarism is one of them. Plagiarism is generally defined as the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own (The New Oxford Dictionary of English). The University does not condone plagiarism. http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/students/plagiarism/ 32 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 Notes SoC Website: http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/ Course Briefing Website:
http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/undergradprog/ Computer Accounts NUSNET account Given out during matriculation Email address: [email protected] SoC UNIX account Next Thursday (4 August), UNIX Workshop Email address: [email protected] 33 Undergraduate Programmes 2005-6 34
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