To combat climate change and ensure a sustainable future, the Physics/Applied Physics Degree Programme with a Second Major in Sustainability cover a wide variety of topics in sustainability. Students will learn of the challenges ahead, and how to use their training in Physics or Applied Physics to develop renewable energies, novel materials and green devices.
The Second Major in Sustainability is open to all single-major degree programmes in NTU.
Candidates must meet the minimum entry requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Physics / Applied Physics programme, including the minimum subject requirements.
Minimum Subject Requirements
|Qualification||Minimum Subject Requirements|
|Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level||H2 Level passes in both Physics and Mathematics.|
|Polytechnic Diploma||Any diploma, subject to passing an admission test administered by the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.|
|International Baccalaureate Diploma||Passes in Physics and Mathematics at Higher Level.|
|NUS High School Diploma||Major CAP of 2.0 in both Physics and Mathematics.|
|Others (including international applicants)||A good grade in Physics and Mathematics at the senior high school level, equivalent to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level or International Baccalaureate.|
This is a full-time four-year Bachelor of Science programme.
The curriculum consists of the Bachelor of Science in Physics/Applied Physics curriculum (details here), combined with the Second Major in Sustainability courses (listed here).