^Each SBMC will be delivered in 18 hours (9-hour facilitated learning and 9-hour e-learning).
^^Each SBMC will be delivered in 18 hours (facilitated learning)
^^^Offered from January 2021 intake onwards.
Upon successful completion of each SBMC, participants will be awarded the university’s course certificate. A certificate of completion conferred jointly by TP and SUSS will be issued upon meeting the requirement of passing all 9 modules within 18 months (ie. within 3 consecutive semesters).
Upon completing the SBMC courses, participants are eligible to apply up to a total of 45 credit units (cu) of credit recognition when they enrol in the relevant SUSS undergraduate part-time degree programme.
Modes of Assessment
The courses in this programme are either written examination or End-of-Course Assessment-based, incorporating both formative and summative assessments. The assessment framework will include a range of coursework assignments, pre-class quizzes and end-of-semester examinations.