Curriculum Structure

 

For students admitted to our articulation degree programmes or the senior year curriculum of our 4-year undergraduate degree programmes, they will follow a reduced curriculum (see structure below) and are required to complete a minimum of 60 credits. Some programmes may require up to 75 credits in order to be eligible for graduation. Since students are expected to complete the major study in a shorter duration (normally two years), the option for taking Minor Programme will not be available.

 

University Core Curriculum [General University Requirements (GUR)] 
[9 credits]

Broadening Subjects chosen from the following 4 clusters:

  • Human nature, relations and development
  • Community, organisation and globalisation
  • History, culture and world views
  • Science, technology and environment  

[6 credits, min. 3 credits of which should be in subjects designated as "China-related"; plus "Reading" and "Writing" requirements in English and Chinese]

Service-Learning
[3 credits]

Students are also expected to meet the equivalent standard of the Undergraduate Degree Language and Communication Requirements (LCR).

Students not meeting the equivalent standard of the Undergraduate Degree LCR will be required to take degree LCR subjects.

Major Study 
[51-57 credits]

Discipline-specific subjects

Work-Integrated Education [WIE] 

Capstone Project 
[min. 3 credits]

[Including a minimum of 4-credit Discipline-specific Language requirement (2 credits in English and 2 credits in Chinese)]