NUS Double Degree Programmes (DDPs) allow students to graduate with two different degrees in two disciplines from the same Faculty/School or two different Faculties/Schools within NUS. A Double Degree allows some modules taken to be double counted towards the requirements of both degrees, thus enabling the student to complete the two degrees in a shorter period than it would take to complete both degrees separately. In general, a student in a DDP graduating with double Honours will require about five years of study, fulfilling at least 200 modular credits (MCs) to graduate. A student in a DDP with Honours in one discipline and a general degree in the other will require about four-and-a-half-years of study, fulfilling at least 180 MCs to graduate.
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