Part-Time Programmes


​​​​​​Part-Time Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng) Degree Programme

Part-time engineering degree programmes are offered by the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE), School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE), and School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE).

​The part-time engineering degree programmes are of 4 years duration and consist of a “blended” learning model with amix of self-paced online and on-campus learning. There are fewer formal on-campus face-to-face lectures which save on commute time. Part-time students take the same examinations as their full-time counterparts and receive the same B.Eng degree.

NTU’s part-time B.Eng degrees offer candidates unparalleled access to top quality university education while remaining employed.

Students admitted to Part-Time Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng) Degree Programme may refer to the Orientation Handbook below.

Orientation Handbook.pdfOrientation Handbook.pdf

Curriculum Structure

​The University's academic structure for its undergraduate programmes is based on the Academic Unit System (AUS). The main features of the AUS are the semester arrangement of the academic year and the use of academic units (AU) for measuring academic workload and requirement for graduation.

The AUS handbook is available online at the Office of Academic Services page here.

​AUS requirement of Part Time Engineering Degree Programme curriculum structurefor each School varies. Details for each respective School curriculum overviewcan be seen below.

​B.Eng in Electrical & Electronic Engineering​

B.Eng in Mechanical Engineering

B.Eng in Computer Science​

From AY2015/16 onwards, NTU’s part-time B.Eng degree programmes have been restructured to 4-Year Programmes which include both Semester 1,Semester 2,and Special Terms. Students are advised to follow the curriculum designed accordingly by each School in order to ensure they are able to complete the programme within the four years duration. Failure to do so may result in longer duration of study needed to complete for the whole programme.​​​​