Nurturing Professionals for Digital Law & Governance

Be equipped with both technological and legal skills to deliver new services and reimagine the way we create value in the digital economy.



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Discover faculty, alumni & students'
perspectives on Computing & Law in SMU

Programme director, Prof. LIM How Khang (Produced in 2021)
Our students, Jonathan & Glenn (Produced in 2021)
Our Students' Experience (Produced in 2023)

Explore industry perspectives on Computing & Law

Why SMU School of Computing and Information Systems?

High Graduate Employability

SMU Provost, Professor Timothy Clark said, “In spite of a challenging economic landscape due to the weaker outlook in 2023, we are delighted to observe the continuing high demand for SMU graduates, who have once again achieved notable success in securing employment opportunities. ..."

Source: Graduate Employment Survey 2023


overall employment rate

$ 5,530

mean monthly salary

for Information Systems Graduates


overall employment rate

$ 6,120

mean monthly salary

for Computer Science Graduates

Highly Collaborative Learning Culture

Interact with professors in seminar-style classrooms and engage with peers in out-of-class activities.

Flexible Learning Pathways

Broaden and deepen your knowledge by combining majors based on your interests and strengths. Fast track to complete your bachelors and masters degree within 4.5 years.

World-Class Computer Scientists
& Industry Practitioners

Work with faculty on their innovative research, and learn from professionals with diverse experience.

Experiential Learning & Global Exposure

Apply concepts to real-world projects and be industry-ready graduates with an understanding of global development.