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General Education is one of the major components of undergraduate studies at EdUHK. It aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills, values and mindsets required for facing the challenges in their academic and professional life. The programme is so designed that students will strengthen their knowledge base through the Foundation Course, enrich and broaden their perspectives through taking a wide variety of Breadth Courses, and finalize the General Education Programme with a Consolidation Course that fosters critical self-reflection on, and reconceptualization of, learning experiences via the construction of e-portfolio. While leading students through various stages of intellectual progression, these courses put much emphasis on the development of critical, analytical and creative thinking as well as values analysis. Students are advised to familiarize with the intended learning outcomes of different courses in order get the best out of them and lay a strong foundation for exploring the intellectual world.

General Education
All Undergraduate Programmes Abrahamic Faiths: Judaism, Christianity & Islam GEF1011
Global Religion: Islam GEF1014
Interpersonal Relations: Chinese Guanxi and Western Networks GEF1028
Self and Family in South China GEF1031
Appreciation on the Islamic Architecture and Art GEF1032
Persia Culture and Making of Iranian Society GEF1055
South Asia: Culture, Societies and Diaspora GEF1056
Gender & Society GEG1014
Stories to Live by: The Identities of Hong Kong Chinese GEG1015
Ethnicities, Multicultural Society & Cosmopolitanism GEG1017
Love, Intimacy & Families: Myths & Inequalities GEG1020
Society & Politics in Contemporary Taiwan GEG1035
Soccer Politics and Administration GEG1045
Animal Rights: Science, Sentience and Specieism GEH1015
Managing Graduation, Marriage, Parenting and Retirement GEH1017
People on the Move: Opportunities and Challenges GEH1018
Understanding Cities GEH1019
Understanding Project Management GEH1027
Personal Wealth Management GEH1039
Understanding Financial Investment Tools GEH2040
Change Maker: Transforming Yourself, Community and the World GEJ4014
Civic Values, Character Formation and Positive Education GEK1004


To achieve a total learning experience, students have to complete ONE Co-curricular and Service Learning (CSL) Course (for students admitted in 2014/15 or thereafter during their period of study (except final year).

Co-curricular and Service Learning (CSL) Courses
  All Undergraduate Programmes Exploring Workplace Competency CSL1008
Understanding Social Disadvantages Through Services

Service Based Learning to School SEN Students

Providing Personal Financial Education in Schools CSL1012


Other electives
C3B001 Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Early Childhood Education) Programme (Three Year Part-time) Social Studies II SSC3057
A2H049 Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education (Two-year Full-time) Culture and Society SSC0205
E2H015 Higher Diploma in Kindergarten Education (Two-year Evening Mixed Mode) Humanities ECHUS0033
  Various Programmes Liberal Arts Foundations I SSC1165
Liberal Arts Foundation II SSC1166
Environmental Change, Sustainability and Society SSC2187
Education for Biodiversity and Animal Rights SSC2188
Global Environmental Governance SSC3104
Education for Environmental Justice and Human Rights SSC3185
Climate Change and Society SSC3186
The Politics of Climate Change SSC3187
China and Climate Change SSC3188
World Ethics and Climate Change SSC3189
Environmental Ethics and Philosophy Education SSC4186


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.

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