Curriculum Structure

Aims and Objectives

·         To provide rigorous general education for students in preparation for their major studies;

·         To promote integrative learning through competing critical viewpoints and a variety of pedagogical models;

·         To foster speaking, reading, writing, critical thinking, communication skills, and IT and numerical skills necessary for students’ academic studies and future successes in an ever-changing world;

·         To cultivate students to be literate and responsible participants in the workplace, society and the world; and

·         To develop students’ understanding of the ethical values and dimensions of their actions.

 

For Degree Programmes offered in 2014/15 and thereafter

Common Core Curriculum Requirement

15 (45) – 16 (48)

37.5% – 40%

(i) General Education

7 (21)

17.5%

(ii) Languages
     English

        Chinese

  
3 (9)
3 (9)


 

15%

(iii) Quantitative Methods and IT Skills #

2 (6) – 3 (9)

5% – 10%

# Unless specially approved, all programmes should include at least 1 module in quantitative methods and 1 module in IT Skills

 

GE Modules

Students are required to take at least ONE module from each of the following four academic clusters:

Cluster 1: Humanities

Cluster 2: Social Sciences

Cluster 3: Science and Technology

Cluster 4: Moral Reasoning

Workshops and Seminars

DateWorkshops and Seminars
2016-04-29The Ideas of Liberal Education

GE Salon

2016-2017

 

1st GE Salon

 

2nd GE Salon


 


 



小王子的哲學之路

 

戀屍癖:為什麼人人要看<屍殺列車>?

3rd GE Salon

 

4th GE Salon


 


 



心‧境

 

裏千家茶道體驗
2015-2016

 

3rd GE Salon

 

4th GE Salon


 


 


學習分手就是練習死亡

 

戲劇創作有市場?


1st GE Salon

 

2nd GE Salon


 

 


 

The Transformation of Football in Hong Kong 

 


 識飲識食-幾營補型




Newsletter


2016-2017

     GE Newsletter Issue 4


 

                                            

2015-2016


     GE Newsletter Issue 3

                                     
    




2014-2015

        GE Newsletter Issues 1                          GE Newsletter Issues 2