DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (S91)
WHAT YOU'LL STUDY
Thinking Critically about the UN SDGs (TCU)More
Digital Communication for Impact (DCI)More
Collaboration in the Digital Age (CDA)More
Effective Writing for the Workplace (EWW)More
Persuasive Communication with Data Storytelling (PCDS)More
Problem Solving with Creative & Computational Thinking (PSCCT)More
Digital Electronics 1More
Principles of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1More
Introduction to EngineeringMore
Computer Aided DraftingMore
Engineering Materials IMore
Engineering Mathematics IMore
Sports for Life
All students are required to take one compulsory Sports for Life (SFL) module for one semester in their first year in SP. In their second and third year, students may sign up for SFL module as an optional module.
Second Year (Common Modules & 1 Specialisation Module)
Sustainable Innovation ProjectMore
Personal Branding and Career Agility (PBCA)More
AI and Its Impact (AII)More
Engineering Materials IIMore
Engineering Mathematics IIMore
Statistics and Analytics for EngineersMore
For information on Elective I and Elective II modules and eligibility, please click here.
For Specialisation modules, please click on the respective specialisation below to find out more.
Third Year (Common Modules* & Specialisation Modules)
Workplace Safety & Health ManagementMore
*For Biomedical Specialisation, these following modules ME3101, ME3501, ME8002 will not be applicable. They will be replaced with Biomedical modules instead.
For information on Elective III modules and eligibility, please click here.
Common Core Modules
Through the Common Core modules, students will think critically about real-world problems, empathise with local and global communities and be challenged to effect change. For more information on the Common Core Curriculum, please visit:
(Click on the following specialisation to find out more)
Please note: Course structure is subject to change.