Course outline

The MSc in Sustainable Systems Management is a master programme by coursework and final year project. 

For taught subjects, various instructional approaches, such as pair/group work, presentations, and/or discussions that constitute part of the coursework, propagate students’ actual participations for their learning. 
For the dissertation project, students are required to work hands-on in a specific area of research topics to solve the problems involved. The project can be related to industrial applications and it typically includes analysis, computation, design, fabrication, innovation, research & development work, and laboratory experimentation, or a combination. The students are expected to take active responsibility in ensuring the project be completed within the given timeline. 


Engineering & Technology

Entry requirements

a) A Bachelor’s degree with minimum CGPA of 2.50 or equivalent, in an Engineering or Engineering Technology field or a related field from MMU or institutions recognised by Senate;

b) A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent not meeting CGPA of 2.50, in a related field from MMU or institutions recognised by Senate, can be accepted subject to a minimum of five (5) years working experience in relevant field.

Other entry criteria

English Entry Requirement for International Students:

• A minimum overall TOEFL score of 550 (paper-based) or 80 (internet-based); or

• A minimum IELTS (academic) overall band score of 6.0; or

• A credit in 1119 English Examination; or

• A minimum MUET overall band score of 4; or

• Any other qualification which is of equivalent level as determined by the Senate of the University.

Application deadline

  • Local: 6 Feb – 6 May
  • International: 16 Dec – 16 Apr