Hong Kong Studies
The Hong Kong Studies Minor is designed to (1) facilitate exchange students in their choices of minor and courses; (2) enhance the learning experiences and knowledge of students in the BEd programmes; and (3) widen the horizon of students in other existing non-BEd programmes.
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Students who take Hong Kong Studies as Minor are required to take SSC1231/SSC2231 (the Minor Core course), plus 1-2 courses labeled as # and 2-3 courses labeled as *. The total number of courses to opt for this minor is 5.
|Minor||Course Code||Course Title||Credits|
|Hong Kong Studies||SSC1231 / SSC2231||Foundation of Hong Kong Studies (will NOT be offered from 2020/21)/
Foundations of Hong Kong Studies (will be offered from 2020/21) (Minor Core)
|GEG1021||The Rule of Law and Hong Kong Legal System (offered by EPL) #||3|
|CHI2702 / CHI3712||Cantonese and Hong Kong Local Culture (offered by CHL) #||3|
|CAC2010||Hong Konger: Art & Music (offered by CCA) #||3|
|SSC2246||Law and Society in the Hong Kong Context #||3|
|SSC3058||Study of Local History (offered by SSC) #||3|
|SSC3229||Social & Geographical Changes in Hong Kong *||3|
|SSC3234||Values Pluralism and Cultural Diversity in Hong Kong *||3|
|CHI3582 / LIT3014||Literature in Hong Kong (offered by LCS) *||3|
|SSC3232||Politics, Public Administration and Policies in Hong Kong *||3|
Any aspect of the course and course offerings (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 and its course offerings, 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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Dr Chan Yiu Ming Gordon
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