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Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Economics

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BSocSci (Hons) in Economics

The undergraduate Economics programme at NTU is distinguished by its emphasis on applications and policy. 

The curriculum offers robust training in economic theory and statistical methods and offers a wide choice of Economics courses to suit students' interests and mathematical aptitude. Economics electives cover all the significant fields of economic knowledge as well as recent developments in areas such as Internet Economics and Behavioural Economics. 

It is a powerful discipline that cuts across interdisciplinary landscapes of business, health, human behaviour, technology, and society. The curriculum emphasises a solid and rigorous foundation in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics in theory and with applications to policy and practice. 

For GCE 'A' level certificate holders:
• NTU General Admission Requirements
• A good grade in H1 Level Mathematics
• A good grade in General Paper/Knowledge & Inquiry
 
 
International Baccalaureate Diploma
• A good grade in Mathematics at Standard Level
• A good grade in English at Standard Level
 
 
NUS High School Diploma
• Major CAP of 2.0 in Mathematics
• Good Overall CAP in English Language
 
 
International & Other Qualifications
• A good grade in Additional Mathematics at Junior High School Level 
• A good grade in English at Senior High School Level
 
More details on admission can be found at the Office of Admissions website.
Successful Polytechnic applicants will be exempted certain courses that will be confirmed before the start of their first semester.

Bachelor of Social Sciences in Economics is designed as a four-year course. To graduate, students are required to complete 125 academic units (AUs) from the Econ Major Requirements (ECON) and General Education Requirements (GER).

Our graduates go onto a wide range of sectors and many different types of jobs* 

Industries
• Financial and Insurance
• Public Administration and Defence
• Information and Communication
• Business and Management Consultancy
• Education
• Legal, Accounting and Auditing
• Real Trade
• Advertising

The School has renamed the SSS degree titles to the Bachelor of Social Sciences. The decision for this renaming was taken after extensive consultation with our current students, our alumni and other stakeholders. 

The renaming will apply to all SSS degree programmes starting with the cohorts that matriculated in 2017 and will be graduating in 2021. Students who matriculated in 2017, 2018 and 2019 will have the option of graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree, if they choose. 

Students are encouraged to explore subjects of interest beyond their areas of specialisation and complement their respective Majors by taking up a Minor.

To minor in any of the programmes in SSS, students must complete at least five (5) courses, which include compulsory and elective courses. These courses are taken as Broadening & Deepening Electives. 

For more information on Minors offered by the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (HASS), head here