SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore (NUS) is refreshing its curriculum for two programmes from its business school - the Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Business Administration (Accountancy).
It will be made available to students who enrol from August this year.
In a statement on Monday (Feb 27), Professor Bernard Yeung, who is the school's dean, said that the revisions were made to better prepare business students for changes in the economy, and allow them greater flexibility to plan their course of study.
"While the current structure and content of our undergraduate business and accountancy programmes are renowned, we are adapting to market trends and factoring in different learning approaches targeted at students of this generation," he said.
The new programme will also allow students to work closely with people in the business world, and provide them with the opportunity to work on hands-on projects.