Illuminating Minds, Enriching Lives.
The School of Humanities and Behavioural Sciences (SHBS) offers a diverse range of programmes that will deepen students' understanding and appreciation of languages and literature, behavioural sciences, and translation. Our programmes develop practical, professional skills and specialised knowledge to help graduates achieve their goals.
The programme’s emphasis on the textual, audio and visual elements of communication enable students to perform competently in the industry.
Students may choose from specialised electives such as organisation psychology, education psychology and health psychology.
The programme provides a unique combination of university bilingual education, professional training and cross-cultural understanding.
The multidisciplinary minor facilitates understanding of the artistic, narrative, socio-cultural, economic and theoretical aspects of film.
This graduate degree provides the sound theoretical foundation and practical skills needed for language teaching and other related work.
Associate Professor, Psychology Programme
Head, Master of Applied Research in Social Sciences (MRESS)
Head, Contemporary China Studies Minor
Head, Chinese Programme
This study examined whether national income inequality moderated the effects of affluence on subjective well-being.
The study explored and compared the personality traits and heart rate variability between athletes and non-athletes.
This study tested an indirect effect chain model suggesting that dark employees receive good performance ratings through political skill.
Public service employees receive accreditation for passing the examinations taken by translators and interpreters.
SUSS collaborates with Singapore Shooting Association to enhance the university’s research capabilities and improve shooters' performance.
SUSS and Beijing Foreign Studies University strengthen their partnership in the BA in Translation and Interpretation programme.
Cooperation between the two universities focuses on translation and interpretation.
Five young writers and publishers. Four language communities. One big question. What does it mean to be #lit in Singapore today?
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