The NTU Education (BRC Curriculum) provides depth (Core & major Prescribe Electives) and breadth (GER-Core, GER-Prescribe Electives and GER-Unrestricted Electives) to cater to the educational needs of all students. The BRC curriculum is designed to achieve the following student learning outcomes:
- Prepare students for successful careers and the ability to engage in life-long learning;
- Train students to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of engineering problems;
- Develop students’ skills in engineering design process, including the ability to formulate problems, to think creatively, to communicate effectively, to synthesize solutions to achieve desired needs;
- Enable students to work collaboratively in a team and understand the fundamentals of project management;
- Teach students to conduct experiments and the ability to analyse, interpret experimental data to arrive at valid conclusions;
- Impart in our students an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities, and the impact of engineering solutions in a societal context.
One key objective of the BRC Curriculum is to allow undergraduates to pursue courses that lie outside of their major concentration. These include courses offered by other Schools.