We offer degrees in four pillars (core areas of specialisation), which are developed to offer a modern engineering and architecture education that crosses traditional disciplines.
Environmental changes, rapid urbanisation and constraints on the world's resources are challenges faced by the modern architect. The ASD pillar focuses on the future needs of architecture in a digital era.
EPD focuses on the conception, design, implementation and operation of innovative technology-intensive products, with emphasis on products and systems whose development cuts across traditional discipinary boundaries.
ESD focuses on the design, analysis and management of large-scale complex systems such as financial services, supply chain and logistics, healthcare delivery, transportation and aviation, and many more.
ISTD integrates the traditional disciplines of Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Information Systems - focusing on the design of systems that interact with both humans and machines.
HASS complement the technical subjects to provide students with a grounding in the practice of inquiry, analysis, interpretation and presentation.
The Science Cluster is deeply committed to the development and advancement of Freshmore Math and Science education at SUTD.
Our courses ensure that your skills and knowledge stay relevant in today’s knowledge-intensive and technology-driven economy.
Learning Sciences Lab aims to build a community of practice in teaching and learning at SUTD - within SUTD and in collaboration with other universities.
Check out the professorships offered at SUTD.
The SUTD Library is an open access technology and design library. Its unique design supports our pedagogy and offers a truly sensory experience with spaces to read, research and reflect.
Explore the state-of-art facilities that bring design ideas to life.
Our concept vignettes are designed to help students to learn a key concept in Science or Engineering. Each Concept Vignette Video is accompanied with an Instructor Guide that describes how the video can be used in class to meet its Learning Objectives.