Business School Intro

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…88… CONTENTS Page Part II: PROGRAMMES B School of Business 89 1. Faculty’s Commitment 89 2. Key Contact Information 89 3. Undergraduate Education 90 3.1 Degrees Offered 90 3.2 Degree Requirements 90 3.3 Multidisciplinary Opportunities 98 3.3.1 Double (Second) Major in Management Programme 98 3.3.2 Double (Second) Major in Management (Technology) Programme 99 3.3.3 Minor in Management Programme 100 3.3.4 Minor in Technopreneurship Programme 100 3.3.5 Double Degree Programmes 101 3.4 Special Programmes 102 3.5 Medals and Prizes 103 4. Graduate Education 103 4.1 Research Programmes 103 4.1.1 Degrees Offered 103 4.1.2 Degree Requirements 103 4.1.3 Financial Assistance and Awards 104 4.2 Coursework Programmes 105 4.2.1 Degrees Offered 105 4.2.2 Degree Requirements 105 4.2.3 Financial Assistance and Awards 106 Website: http://www.bschool.nus.edu.sg
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…89… GI FASS BIZ SoC FoD SDE FoE FoL YLLSoM YSTCM FoS USP GMS LKYSPP NGS TI Others Part II: PROGRAMMES B School of Business 1. Faculty’s Commitment The School of Business is known for its leadership in business education and executive training and development. This reputation is based on its long history of teaching excellence and research as well as its current vitality, creativity and commitment to its mission of improving the practice of management. The teaching of business administration at the University began in 1965 when the Department of Business Administration was set up with only four full-time staff. The Department of Business Administration and the Department of Accountancy were combined to form the Department of Accountancy and Business Administration in 1969. With the merge of the two universities, the School of Accountancy and Business Administration was established in 1980. The new School comprised the Department of Accountancy and the Department of Business Administration. In 1983, the School was reorganised into a Faculty with two schools – the School of Accountancy and the School of Management. In 1987, the School of Accountancy was moved to the Nanyang Technological Institute. With that, the Faculty’s name was shortened to the Faculty of Business Administration. The Faculty was renamed the School of Business in 2002. The School comprises the Office of the Dean, six academic departments, a human resource management unit and four centres. The six academic departments are the Department of Business Policy, the Department of Decision Sciences, the Department of Finance, the Department of Accounting, the Department of Management and Organisation, and the Department of Marketing. Each department has its unique research interest and is responsible for teaching modules under the respective functions. The four centres are the Centre for e-Business, the Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting Centre, and the Saw Centre for Financial Studies, and the Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy. Collectively, the six academic departments
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