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School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Instructions to Registration of Courses (MAEC) Semester 2 AY 2015/2016

1. You are advised to read the instruction to courses registration posted in STARS. Please refer to STARS
for the schedule of registration.
2. For all programmes and study years from admission year 2010 and before, the normal load is 18 AU
and the maximum load is 24 AU. For admission year 2011 onwards, the normal load is 17 AU and the
maximum load is 20 AU. When you are registering a course that will exceed your normal load, you can
only do so after 5pm on your course registration day. If you wish to read a course that will exceed your
maximum
load,
you
can
apply
online
through
this
link:
http://spmsappserver5.staff.main.ntu.edu.sg/overload/apply/default.aspx. You should submit the overload
application after the result of GER-PE and UE allocation is known. Please note that approval is granted
to a specific course that you wish to overload.
3. The following courses are to be read during Semester 2 AY 2015/2016 (subject to pre-requisites).
MAEC Year 1
Course Code

Course Title

Course Type

Course AU

MH1101

Calculus II

Core

MH1201

Linear Algebra II

Core

MH1402

Algorithms and Computing II

Core

HE2001

Intermediate Microeconomics

Core

HE2002

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Core

HW0138

Scientific Communication I

Ger-Core

Introduction to Sustainability: Multidisciplinary


Approaches and Solutions
HW0138, GC0001 For students with admission year 2014 onwards

Ger-Core

GC0001

MAEC Year 2
Course Code

Course Title

Course
Type

Course AU

Ger-Core

HY0001

Ethics & Moral Reasoning

MH3100

Real Analysis I

Core

MH3500

Statistics

Core

Core

MH3700
Numerical Analysis I
HY0001 For students with admission year 2014 onwards
MAEC Year 3
Course Code

Course Title

Course
Type

Course AU

HE3021

Intermediate Econometrics

Core

MH3701

Basic Optimization

Core

Ger-Core

ES8006
Environmental Sustainability
ES8006 For students with admission year 2013 and earlier

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School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences


Instructions to Registration of Courses (MAEC) Semester 2 AY 2015/2016

MAEC Major PE
Course Code

Course Title

Course Type

Course AU

HE2010

Development Economics

Major PE

HE2011

Labour Economics and Labour Relations

Major PE

HE2013

International Trade

Major PE

HE2015

Macroeconomic Issues and Policies in


Contemporary China

Major PE

HE2020

Survey Methods and Sampling Technique

Major PE

HE3003

The Chinese Economy

Major PE

HE3014

Economics of Corporate Finance

Major PE

HE3015

Political Economy

Major PE

HE3010

Energy Economics

Major PE

HE3011

Cost-Benefit Economics

Major PE

HE4001

Advanced Microeconomics

Major PE

HE4003

Advanced International Finance

Major PE

HE4004

Behavioral Economics

Major PE

HE4005

Growth Theory and Empirics

Major PE

HE4011

Current Topics in Economics

Major PE

HE4016

Quantitative Economics

Major PE

HE4014

Information Economics

Major PE

MH3400

Algorithms for the Real World

Major PE

MH3513

Financial Mathematics

Major PE

MH3511

Data Analysis with Computer

Major PE

MH3200

Abstract Algebra I

Major PE

MH3110

Ordinary Differential Equations

Major PE

MH4930

Special Topics in Mathematics

Major PE

MH4310

Coding Theory

Major PE

MH4110

Partial Differential Equations

Major PE

MH4100

Real Analysis II

Major PE

MH4702

Probabilistic Methods in OR

Major PE

MH4500

Time Series Analysis

Major PE

MH4501

Multivariate Analysis

Major PE

MH4601

Differential Geometry

Major PE

4. You are allowed to read higher level courses provided that you have met the pre-requisites and there
are vacancies available. Pre-requisites may also be met through exemptions.

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School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences


Instructions to Registration of Courses (MAEC) Semester 2 AY 2015/2016

5. The locations of the Mathematics Labs are as follow.


Mathematics Lab

Location

COMP LAB 1

SPMS-MAS-03-02

COMP LAB 2

SPMS-MAS-03-03

COMP LAB 3

SPMS-MAS-03-04

6. Students admitted in 2015 who are intending to take up higher level courses whereby the prerequisites
are fulfilled through exemptions are to write in to SPMSUndgrad@ntu.edu.sg. Exemptions will only be
updated after add/drop period and will only be reflected at the end of the semester, together with
semester results release.
7. Students who have taken courses as pre-requisites during exchange programme in the current
semester, please write in to spmsundgrad@ntu.edu.sg with your course mapping approval, screenshot
of registered courses in the overseas university and results slip/transcript (if available).
8. Enquiries on curriculum may be directed to :
Mr Chris Tan Zhen Jie (zjtan@ntu.edu.sg)
9. Enquiries on courses registration may be directed to SPMSundgrad@ntu.edu.sg. Your matriculation
number must always be included in your e-mail. Please refrain from sending multiple similar e-mails as
this will not expedite the response but rather it will cause undue delay. All enquiries will be attended to
and will be replied as soon as possible, depending on the nature of the request. Appeals for GER-PE and
UE vacancies are to be submitted through the online appeal system and they will not be responded to if
otherwise.
10. Enquiries on network performance, Studentlink password or STARS PIN may be directed to NSS
Servicedesk (servicedesk@ntu.edu.sg).

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