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Faculty of Engineering

Bachelor of Technology Programme


Electronics Engineering

Registration of Modules for Bachelor of Technology Programme


Semester I AY 2015/2016
Students are required to register and bid for ALL their modules from 23 July 2015 to 12 August 2015.
The University has introduced the Centralised Online Registration System (CORS) for the bidding of modules. The website
for the CORS is at http://www.cors.nus.edu.sg. All information and instructions are posted there. Please read carefully
before you start bidding for your modules.
The schedule for bidding and dropping of modules is as follows:
A calendar version is also available at http://www.cors.nus.edu.sg/schedule.html.
Event
Selecting module(s) (Round 0)

Duration
23 July 2015 24 July 2015

Bidding for module(s) (Round 1A to Round 3B)

27 July 2015 12 August 2015

Withdrawal from module(s) with W (Withdrawal)


indicated in transcript
Withdrawal from module(s) with F (Fail) grade
indicated in transcript

Fees Policy

24 August 2015 27 September 2015

Fees payable

28 September 2015 onwards

Fees payable

*A W grade is a Withdrawal grade which will be reflected on a students academic transcript but will not be factored
into the Cumulative Average Point (CAP).
a)

Class Timetable
You can download the class timetable at B.Tech. website: https://btech.eng.nus.edu.sg/btechwp/index.aspx# > click
Current Students tab > look for Class/Exam Timetable > click AY2015-2016 Semester I folder.
If you are prompted for login id, please enter your email id in the format of axxxxxx@nus.edu.sg and email password.

b) Workload
The minimum work-load for one semester is one module whilst the maximum is three modules (excluding
TG3001 Industrial Practice).
In order to read a module which has pre-requisite module(s), a student is required to have read but not necessarily
have passed the pre-requisite module(s), in a previous semester.
In order to read a module which has co-requisite module(s), a student must read the co-requisite module(s) in the
same semester unless he has read but not necessarily has passed the co-requisite module(s), in a previous semester.
All modules available for Semester I, AY2015/2016 are listed below for your easy reference. Please take note that
some of the modules have pre-requisite and/or co-requisite module(s).

c)

Re-taking of Modules
Students may opt to Re-take a module only if;
(i) it is a failed module or
(ii) they have been exempted from sitting for the examination in the previous semester, based on medical grounds and
(iii) the module is offered in the current semester.
Students are advised to re-take all failed modules during the next available semester and try not to delay re-taking
essential modules till the final year.

d) Elective Module
An Elective module may not be offered if there is insufficient number of students opting for that module at any
particular time. Students who are affected will be informed later for re-registration of other modules.
A student who fails an Elective module in the previous semester(s) may opt not to re-take the module but to register
for another module.
e)

Final Year Project


i) Students intending to start their FYP this Semester I AY2015/2016:
If you intend to start your FYP this semester, you would have already been allocated with a project and supervisor.
Please register for your FYP module via CORS. Please note that all students who bid for their FYP module will be
allocated. If you have not been allocated with a project and supervisor, you must not register for your FYP module.
ii) Students who have started their FYP in Semester II AY2014/2015 and earlier:
Please be informed that you do not need to register for your FYP module via CORS. B.Tech. Office will pre-allocate
the module to you.

f)

Degree Requirements
For more details on your degree requirement, kindly visit the website for your respective courses:
Electronics Engineering: https://btech.eng.nus.edu.sg/btechwp/Programme/EE/EEStructure.aspx
There will be a change in the Curriculum Structure for AY2015/2016 Intake. The approved Curriculum Structure and
Recommended Schedules will be uploaded to B.Tech website by mid-August 2015.

g) Grade-free Policy Declaration for First Semester Only (Applicable to AY2014/2015 Cohort onwards)
The new grade-free policy is applicable only to B.Tech. students who are from Semester I AY2014/2015 cohort
onwards. Students will have the flexibility to exercise Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) options for their first two
regular semesters modules (up to 20MCs).
A list of the recommended modules to read in the first two regular semesters are provided below.

MCs

Can
S/U?

TG1401 Engineering Mathematics I

Yes

EE1001E Emerging Technologies in Electrical


Engineering

Yes

GER1000 Quantitative Reasoning

Yes

Sub-total

12

Modules

MCs

Modules

Remarks

August Intake Semester I

Can
S/U?

Remarks

January Intake Semester I


TE2002 Engineering Mathematics II

No Pre-requisite is TG1401.

EE2024E Programming for Computer Interfaces

No

EE1001E Emerging Technologies in Electrical


Engineering

Yes

Sub-total

Pre-requisite is EE2020E and corequisite is TE2101.

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Students from Semester I AY2014/2015 cohort onwards, do not need to select and bid for essential modules in their
first & second semester as B.Tech. Office will be pre-allocating the modules as per stated in their recommended
schedule for their first & second semester only.
h) Information on S/U Declaration for All Semesters (Applicable to AY2014/2015 Cohort onwards)
With effect from Semester I AY2014/2015, B.Tech. students will be allowed to exercise the additional of up to
12MCs of S/U option anytime during their candidature, subject to the restrictions below.
Modules not applicable for S/U option
- Level 2000 modules that are with other NUS modules as pre-requisites
- All Level 3000 and 4000 modules
- Modules dropped with F grade
- Modules which student had committed plagiarism
- Modules which a revised grade had been prescribed by Board Of Discipline

Declaration of S/U option


The S/U declaration exercise will be conducted upon the release of examination results and will end by a stipulated
deadline. The declaration timeframe will be announced to students at every semester. Students must adhere to the
timeframe. Thereafter, students declaration is considered as final and is irrevocable.
i)

Information on S/U Declaration for all semesters (Applicable to AY2013/2014 Cohort & earlier)
Effective from Semester 2 AY2011/2012, B.Tech. students will NOT be allowed to exercise the S/U option on any
Engineering module (all levels), including those declared as Unrestricted Elective Modules (UEM). Engineering
modules are modules which are originated from the Faculty of Engineering and which are not SS or GEM modules or
the two special B.Tech. modules, TG1422 & TG1423, offered to meet the Breadth requirements. Modules that can be
used for Breadth, or SS and GEM modules are allowed for S/U Option. Please note that all GEMs have module codes
starting with GE and all SS modules have module codes starting with SS.

j)

Additional Technical Electives


We encourage students to read more than the minimum number of Technical Electives (TE) required for their
respective degree program. These additional TEs can continue to be declared as Unrestricted Electives (UE).

k) Tutorial Registration
Please ignore the Tutorial Registration in CORS. The tutorial groups for B.Tech. students will be manually assigned
by the B.Tech. Office.
l)

File for Graduation (FFG)/Commencement


For final year students, if you have accumulated enough Modular Credits (MCs) to graduate (including those modules
that you have successfully bidded), you may file for graduation under the File for Graduation option.

m) GEK1523T
Please note that you are NOT allowed to declare this module as a Breadth module.
n) GEK1010T
To enroll for this module, you must have good English writing skills.
o) TG3001 or Unrestricted Elective Modules (UEMs)
Students who are matriculated in AY2007/2008 are required to register for EITHER TG3001 OR 12 MCs of
Unrestricted Elective Modules (UEMs) to fulfill their degree requirements.
For students who have started but have not completed their TG3001 Industrial Practice, B.Tech. Office will preallocate the module to you.
p) Outstanding fees
Please note that students with outstanding fees will not be able to log in to CORS. It is important for the outstanding
fees (if any) to be settled at least three working days before the CORS bidding exercises start, to ensure that the login
is successful.
You can check your fees and payment status at this link: https://myisis.nus.edu.sg
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Students who do not meet the fee payment deadlines imposed by the Office of Financial Services
(http://www.nus.edu.sg/finance/ ) will incur penalty fees. A late fee will be imposed if fees are not paid or only
partially paid by the payment due date. For students whose fees remain in arrears, the University reserves the right to
take further action as deemed necessary including barring such students from module registrations in a
subsequent semester, canceling such students current module registrations, withholding results slips or
transcripts, and withholding the confirmation of the award of the degree.
If students are under company-sponsored, please highlight to your company to settle the fees on time as well, as the
penalty fees will also apply.
You can find out more information at http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/edu/UG/fees.html.

Bachelor of Technology Programme


The following modules are available for registration in Semester I AY 2015/2016:
AY2015/2016 INTAKE 1 (AUG 2015) [FIRST SEMESTER]
Essential Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Co-requisite(s)/Preclusion

EE1001E

Emerging Technologies in EE

TG1401

Engineering Mathematics I

GER1000

Quantitative Reasoning

Please refer to the


Please refer to the
class time-table at
modules information at B.Tech
B.Tech website
website
More information on GER1000 here.

AY2014/2015 INTAKE 2 (JAN 2015)


Essential Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Co-requisite(s)/Preclusion

TE2002

Engineering Mathematics II

*EE2024E

Programming for Computer Interfaces

EE1001E

Emerging Technologies in EE

Please refer to the


class time-table at
B.Tech website

Please refer to the


modules information at B.Tech
website

AY2014/2015 INTAKE 1 (AUG 2014)


Essential Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Corequisite(s)/Preclusion

1
2
3

TE2003
*EE2024E
EE2021E

Advanced Mathematics for Engineers


Programming for Computer Interfaces
Devices & Circuits

Please refer to the


class time-table at
B.Tech website

Please refer to the


modules information at
B.Tech website

AY2013/2014 INTAKE 2 (JAN 2014)


Essential Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Co-requisite(s)/Preclusion

EE2021E

Devices & Circuits

*EE2032E

Signals and Communications Design Lab

Please refer to the


class time-table at
B.Tech website

Please refer to the


modules information at B.Tech
website

Elective Modules
Refer to the table Elective Modules for the list of modules on page 7.
Do ensure you are familiar with the technical elective requirement when selecting the modules. More details are available
at BTech website: https://btech.eng.nus.edu.sg/btechwp/Programme/EE/EEStructure.aspx
Industrial Practice
1
TG3001

Industrial Practice
6

AY2013/2014 INTAKE 1 (AUG 2013)


Essential Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Co-requisite(s)/Preclusion

*EE2032E

Signals and Communications Design Lab

Please refer to the


class time-table at
B.Tech website

Please refer to the


modules information at B.Tech
website

Elective Modules
Refer to the table Elective Modules for the list of modules on page 7.
Do ensure you are familiar with the technical elective requirement when selecting the modules. More details are available
at BTech website: https://btech.eng.nus.edu.sg/btechwp/Programme/EE/EEStructure.aspx
Industrial Practice
1
TG3001

Industrial Practice

AY2012/2013 INTAKE AND EARLIER


Essential Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

1.

TE4001

BTech Dissertation

University Level Requirements (ULR)


S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Corequisite(s)/Preclusion

1
2
3
4

^GEK1523T
GEK1010T
HR2002T
SSA2220T

Innovativeness in Engineering Design


Property Management
Human Capital in Organization
Global Economic Dimensions of Singapore

Please refer to the


class time-table at
B.Tech website

Please refer to the


modules information at
B.Tech website

Day of Class/Lab

Pre/Corequisite(s)/Preclusion

Please refer to the


class time-table at
B.Tech website

Please refer to the


modules information at
B.Tech website

Elective Modules
S/N

Module Code

Module Title

1.

*EE3131E

Communication Systems

2.

*EE3204E

Computer Communications Networks I

3.

*EE3207E

Computer Architecture

4.

*EE3302E

Industrial Control Systems

5.

*EE3331E

Feedback Control Systems

6.

*EE3408E

Integrated Analog Design

7.

*EE4101E

RF Communications

8.

*EE4113E

Digital Communications & Coding

9.

*EE4411E

Silicon Processing Technology

10.

*EE4412E

Technology & Modelling of Silicon Transistors

11.

IE2130E

Quality Engineering I

12.

#ME4245E

Robot Kinematics, Dynamics and Control

Legend:
1) * Lab Based Module (Lab groupings for essential modules will be released on the 2nd week and elective modules on the 5th
week.)
2) # This is a BTech (ME/MFG) level-4000, 4MC lab based elective module. The class is conducted jointly with BTech
(ME/MFG) students.
3) This is a BTech (IME) level-2000, 4MC non-lab module. It can be declared as elective module. The class is conducted
jointly with BTech (IME) students.
4) ^ Please refer to paragraph (m).
Note:
The module(s) will only be visible to you if you qualify to register for it.
1) If you are unable to see the module(s) which you plan to register, unsuccessful in your bid for a module or if you face any
problems, please send your appeal or query via CORS.
2) Appeal for ULR and Elective Modules
In the event that you are unable to get the preferred module(s) or time-slot, please try again in the subsequent
bidding rounds. Students should ONLY submit their appeals for ULR or Elective modules via CORS Appeal after
Round 3B end (13 August 2015 onwards).
Appeal Type
For non graduating students: Unable to secure module (only available after bidding Round 3B ends)
For graduating students: Unable to secure module for graduation this semester (Only available after bidding
Round 3B ends)
Handled
Availability Period Appeal Purpose
By
This appeal is for students in their
Unable to secure module for
Available only
final semester who have been
Student
graduation this semester (Only
after bidding
unsuccessful in bidding for those
H002
Home
available after bidding round 3B
exercise has
module(s) that are essential for
Faculty
ends)
ended
their graduation in this current
semester.
Available only
Unable to secure module (Only Student
This appeal is for students who
after bidding
H005 *New available after bidding round 3B Home
were unable to secure module(s)
exercise has
ends)
Faculty
during bidding rounds.
ended.
Appeals filed before Round 3B will not be considered. The home faculty will collate all appeals and submit them to the
host faculty/dept for consideration. Hence, DO NOT approach the host faculty/dept and/or lecturers.
Please click here for more information on CORS Appeals.
Appeal Code Appeal Title