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教育博士

专业领域:亚洲及政策研究

亚洲及政策研究学系的专业领域将向学生介绍在社会、政治和经济背景下批判性的分析政策问题的方法,同时关注在机构组织、地方、国家和全球背景下的公共及社会政策的时代发展。

完成课程后,学生应能够:

  • 在专业领域和更广泛的教育场景中展示专门的知识、见解和技能;
  • 建构适当的理论框架,处理和分析不同类型的教育议题,提出创新的解决方法;
  • 培养洞悉专业领域研究趋势的识见,并展现出能为该领域的专业文献作出贡献的能力;
  • 从不同角度批判地分析教育政策、程序或实践;
  • 有效地将专业领域内的概念和理论传达给本地和国际的同侪;
  • 对专业领域内的伦理实践展示出充分的认识。

課程結構

学生需修读72个学分以完成学业。课程结构如下:

范畴 学分
必修课 研究构想 3
研究方法I 3
研究方法II 3
2门专业课
政策研究原理 3
亚洲高等教育:政策方法与管理 3
2们选修课
组织行为与分析 3
政策治理和政策倡导中的战略沟通 3
研讨会-论文写作与知识转移 3
研究方法的开展 6
毕业论文 42
总学分 72

Specialised Courses

This course equips students with key theoretical and analytical abilities essential for understanding public policy and governance. It will look into major theories and techniques in political science, public administration, sociology, and economics and synthesize into a coherent set of knowledge for students who are new to the discipline. The course will also expose students to a variety of analytical skills and techniques so that students could apply these tools in analyzing case studies across the globe.

Course Outline

The course aims to provide concepts, insights and practical skills for leading and managing successfully in tertiary sector institutions. It offers expert perspectives on higher education, vocational education, training systems, policy settings, institutional strategies and tertiary sector work cultures in a national and international context. The course will focus on higher education topography in Asia. Drawing on case studies from higher education institutions from Asia, the course attempts to examine how higher education institutions meet with political, social and economic needs and how higher education institutions in Asia is connecting with the Global education topography.

Course Outline

Elective Courses

This course aims to ensure that students are familiar with the nature of organisations, their structures, processes and working environments, and particularly the specific characteristics of public and private organisations particularly in the global context. Upon the completion of this course, students will be able to understand some of the key concepts and theories in organization behavior and analyze the implications of organizational behavior for public and
private sector management and profit/non-profit organisations (apart from NGOs, non-profit organisations will include education).

Course Outline

The course introduces the concepts and principles that underpin strategic communication in organisations by focusing in three main areas – understanding human communication, understanding contemporary communication environments and new media, and critical analysis of the applicability and concept of strategic communication. The course intends to equip students with necessary communication skills to tackle communication issues while conducting policy advocacy and when implementing and formulating policies and how policies could be best communicated to different stakeholders. This course will also tackle specifically on strategically communicating with stakeholders and handle crisis in the higher education sector.

Course Outline

入学要求

一般要求

申请人应持有教育学科或与所选专业领域相关之硕士学位,并有四年工作经验。经初步遴选的申请人必须参加面试。

中文要求

申请人应表现出高水准的中文口语和书写能力。

如申请人的母语不是中文,又未尝取得以中文为主要授课语言的学位,必须通过中国汉语水准考试(HSK)6级,或具备同等能力。 

英文要求(只适用于中文班)

申请人所持有学位如非英语授课的院校颁发,面试时将会考核申请者的英语水平,以显示其英语能力达至基本水平。

申请及查询

有兴趣的申请人请于香港教育大学网上申请系统提交申请。提交申请前,请浏览香港教育大学研究生院网站了解申请程序及入学要求。

专业领域统筹

胡智勇 副教授

电邮:zyhu@eduhk.hk

联络

香港教育大学亚洲及政策研究学系

网站:https://www.eduhk.hk/aps

电邮:aps@eduhk.hk

Disclaimers

Course Level

Any aspect of the course (including, without limitation, the content of the Course and the manner in which the Course is taught) may be subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of the University. Without limiting the right of the University to amend the course, it is envisaged that changes may be required due to factors such as staffing, enrolment levels, logistical arrangements and curriculum changes.

Programme Level

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