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AY2019-20 Semester 1 Registration Instructions

Dear SCBE Students

Please read the below carefully before the course registration exercise commence from Mon, 17 Jun – Friday, 5 Jul 2019.

General Registration Instructions:

1. Registration Schedule and Instructions

 

The AY19/20 Semester 1 Registration Schedule and Instructions are now available on the NTU website, https://www.ntu.edu.sg/Students/Undergraduate/AcademicServices/CourseRegistration/Pages/RegistrationSchedule.aspx. Please take time to read the content thoroughly before your course registration exercise.

Students are to check for your personalised date and time for registration through StudentLink from Mon, 10 Jun 2019 (9 am) onwards.


 

Important Note:

Please do not assume that your registration schedule is the same as your peers admitted in the same year. Students who have accumulated more AU could be promoted earlier i.e. with more courses passed. Students who have not accumulated sufficient AU maybe in a lower registration study year. *To check which Study Year you are classified as during course registration, you may go to your degree audit -> Study Year (for registration) 

Reminder: If there is no vacancy for a tutorial class (index), please register the next tutorial with available vacancy.

 

2. Overloading/Waive Pre-requisites/Timetable Clash

 

Overloading course can be done from 5.00pm – 10.00pm during your personalised date of registration.

 

  • In general, Year 1-3 students can overload up to 4AUs and Year 4&5 students are allowed up to 7 AUs. If you wish to overload beyond your quota, please apply via Course Approval Form.
  • Waiving off pre-requisite can be applied via the Course Approval Form
  • Timetable clash is permitted only if one of the courses is a re-attempt course.
  • The School does not allow timetable clashes for both first attempt courses. Students generally must attend all classes (lectures & tutorials) for all first attempt courses.
  • Waiving off timetable clash can be done via the Course Approval Form.

 Please drop your course approval form in the box labeled ‘Undergraduate Forms’, beside the SCBE general office. Do be informed that all requests are subjected to Associate Chair (Academic)’s approval. You will be informed of the status of your request once it is processed.

 

3. Students who are on overseas exchange during the course registration exercise

 

You will be given the entire day to access STARS during your personalized registration date and time. This is to account for the difference in time zone.

 

4. Renouncement of ABP

 

If you intend to withdraw from ABP scheme, please submit your request via this link at https://sso.wis.ntu.edu.sg/webexe88/owa/sso_login1.asp?t=1&p2=https://wis.ntu.edu.sg/pls/webexe/ABP_WITHDRAWAL.main ASAP to minimise interruption during the course registration exercise.

 

5. Major PEs

 

The following list of Major PEs will be offered in AY1920S1 to SCBE students in their 3rd and 4th year:

 

Major PE

Brief Description

Offered to:

BG4215 BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY

This course aims to develop your understanding of micro/nanotechnology for applications in biomedical field including nanomedicine, medical diagnostics, pathways to molecular manufacturing, molecular transport, and nanosensors for medical applications. The knowledge will prepare you for the potential further training in biomedical research, and development in bioengineering/medical industry.

BIE

BG4231 ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS

This course introduces various applications of materials and engineering techniques to solve basic and clinical problems. Neural engineering based on advanced materials and science will be discussed to achieve a better understanding on the neural system.

BIE

BG4341 FUNDAMENTALS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

 

This course provides you with a working understanding on significant intellectual property (IP) protection regimes in Singapore, covering copyright, patents, registered design, trade marks and trade secrets and the relevant legislation and legal principles.

BIE

CH2010 ENGINEERING STATISTICS

The objective of this course is to introduce the concept of statistics and probability in engineering. It helps students to obtain correct interpretation from data collected and construct models for performance prediction.

 

BIE & CBE

CH4106 FORMULATION OF ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS DOSAGE FORM

The objective of the course is to give an insight in drug formulation and the setting of quality specifications.

Thus, the course is devoted to the objectives involved in bringing an active pharmaceutical ingredient into an

effective and safe dosage form.

CBE

CH4244 NUMERICAL METHODS & DATA ANALYTICS

The objective of this course is to introduce the concept of Data Analytics to solve problems encountered in engineering and non-engineering fields. After completing the course, you will be able to use numerical approaches learnt in this course to gain understanding, optimize and make decision from data.

CBE

CH4250 SPECIAL TOPICS: POLYMERS FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY

This course aims to introduce synthetic chemistry, physical properties of polymers and engineering of polymers for applications in nanotechnology.

CBE

CH4306 BIOANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES

The objective of this course is to provide a forum for advanced student discussion on the development,

application and utility of modern analytical and bioanalytical methods and techniques used in research. A

secondary purpose is to discuss the generation, application and meaning of data in addressing complex

questions and problems in biochemical engineering, cell biology, molecular biology and biochemistry.

CBE

CH4451 PROCESS ENGINEERING FOR GAS/LNG & PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES

This course would help you embark onto your professional careers in process engineering discipline with reduced or no “On- The-Job” training and to enable you to deliver fruitful output/result independently in early stage of your career. This course would also help you pursue careers in other areas like Operation, Marketing, Business Development etc. This course introduces you to the industry-led process engineering aspects, emphasizing on Gas/LNG and Pharmaceutical Industries.

CBE

CH4341 FUNDAMENTALS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

 

This course provides you with a working understanding on significant intellectual property (IP) protection regimes in Singapore, covering copyright, patents, registered design, trade marks and trade secrets and the relevant legislation and legal principles.

CBE

 

Registration Instructions for CBE Students:

1. Change in Offering semester for CH2109

Please note that with effect from AY1920S1, CH2109 will be offered in Sem 1.

2. CH4702 Independent Research Project

 

Registration for CH4702 Independent Research Project (IRP) will not be allowed during the June 2019 course registration period.  Students interested in doing CH4702 in AY1920S1 can refer to the available projects online on StudentLink (StudentLink > Academic Matters > Survey/Subject Option/FYP > SCBE Final Year Project/Independent Research Project Selection) between 22 Jul to 8 Aug 2019. Students should also initiate discussion with faculty during this period on the available projects. Upon mutual agreement, faculty can allocate projects to students between 29 Jul to 8 Aug 2019. No changing of projects is allowed after the allocation.

 

Student with allocated projects need to register for CH4702 during the add-drop period from 13 – 25 Aug 2019. No dropping of the module is allowed after registration.

 

Please refer to the details in the IRP Handbook, circulated via course registration email on 10 May 2019.

 

Registration Instructions for BIE Students:

 

1. BG4801 Final Year Project

 

Students starting their BG4801 Final Year Project (FYP) in AY1920S1, can refer to the available projects online on StudentLink (StudentLink > Academic Matters > Survey/Subject Option/FYP > SCBE Final Year Project) between 24 June to 19 July 2019. Students should also initiate discussion with faculty during this period on the available projects. Upon mutual agreement, faculty can allocate projects to students during this period.

 

All remaining students are allocated remaining projects via computer allocation.

Student are required to register for BG4801 during the course registration period from 17 Jun – 5 Jul 2019. No dropping of the module is allowed after registration.

Please refer to the details in the FYP Handbook, circulated via course registration email on 10 May 2019.

Please write to us at scbe_reg@ntu.edu.sg if you have further queries on course registration. Do note that the Undergraduate Programme Office will receive a high volume of e-mails during the course registration and add/drop period. We seek your patience and understanding for any delay in response.   

 
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