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  • Regulations for the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management, Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing, Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management

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    1. General
    1.1 These regulations are made under paragraphs 1 to 4 of the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees.
    1.2 In these regulations definitions shall apply as in the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees and in the Interpretation Section of the Academic Rules and Regulations.
       
    2. Entry Requirements
    2.1 To enter the following programmes through pathway 1, a student shall normally possess a recognized Associate Degree or Higher Diploma in a business-related area (or its equivalent):
     
    • Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management
     
    • Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business
     
    • Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing
     
    • Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
     
    • Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
     
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management

    3.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management (BBAHRM)
    3.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management, a student shall:
      3.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      3.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      3.1.3 obtain at least 120 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      3.1.4 obtain at least 100 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given, including at least 20 credits in courses at Higher level.

    3.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management, the University has prescribed that a student must:
     

    3.2.1

    successfully complete 70 credits from compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    3.2.2

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the Human Resource Management concentration (labelled HR in Table 1); and
     

    3.2.3

    successfully complete additional courses, as necessary, from any Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University (other than GEN S100F), provided that, of the total 120 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.

    4.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management (through Pathway 1) (BBAHRM1)
    4.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management, a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 shall:
      4.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      4.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      4.1.3 obtain at least 40 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given.

    4.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management, the University has prescribed that a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 must:

     

    4.2.1

    successfully complete 5 credits from middle level compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    4.2.2

    successfully complete 5 credits from MGT B399; and
     

    4.2.3

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the Human Resource Management concentration (labelled HR in Table 1).

    5.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business (BBAIB)
    5.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, a student shall:
      5.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      5.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      5.1.3 obtain at least 120 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      5.1.4 obtain at least 100 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given, including at least 20 credits in courses at Higher level.

    5.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, the University has prescribed that a student must:
     

    5.2.1

    successfully complete 70 credits from compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    5.2.2

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the International Business concentration (labelled IB in Table 1); and
     

    5.2.3

    successfully complete additional courses, as necessary, from any Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University (other than GEN S100F), provided that, of the total 120 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.

    6.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business (through Pathway 1) (BBAIB1)
    6.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 shall:
      6.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      6.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      6.1.3 obtain at least 40 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given.

    6.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, the University has prescribed that a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 must:
     

    6.2.1

    successfully complete 5 credits from middle level compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    6.2.2

    successfully complete 5 credits from MGT B399; and
     

    6.2.3

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the International Business concentration (labelled IB in Table 1).

    7.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing (BBAMKT)
    7.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing, a student shall:
      7.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      7.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      7.1.3 obtain at least 120 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      7.1.4 obtain at least 100 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given, including at least 20 credits in courses at Higher level.

    7.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing, the University has prescribed that a student must:
     

    7.2.1

    successfully complete 70 credits from compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    7.2.2

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the Marketing concentration (labelled MK in Table 1); and
     

    7.2.3

    successfully complete additional courses, as necessary, from any Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University (other than GEN S100F), provided that, of the total 120 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.

    8.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing (through Pathway 1) (BBAMKT1)
    8.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing, a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 shall:
      8.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      8.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      8.1.3 obtain at least 40 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given.
    8.2 For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing, the University has prescribed that a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 must:
     

    8.2.1

    successfully complete 5 credits from middle level compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    8.2.2

    successfully complete 5 credits from MGT B399; and
     

    8.2.3

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the Marketing concentration (labelled MK in Table 1).

    9.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BBALSCM)
    9.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, a student shall:
      9.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      9.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      9.1.3 obtain at least 120 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      9.1.4 obtain at least 100 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given, including at least 20 credits in courses at Higher level.

    9.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, the University has prescribed that a student must:
     

    9.2.1

    successfully complete 70 credits from compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    9.2.2

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the Logistics and Supply Chain Management concentration (labelled PU in Table 1); and
     

    9.2.3

    successfully complete additional courses, as necessary, from any Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University (other than GEN S100F), provided that, of the total 120 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.

    10.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (through Pathway 1) (BBALSCM1)
    10.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 shall:
      10.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      10.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      10.1.3 obtain at least 40 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given.
    10.2 For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, the University has prescribed that a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 must:
     

    10.2.1

    successfully complete 5 credits from middle level compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    10.2.2

    successfully complete 5 credits from MGT B399; and
     

    10.2.3

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses within the Logistics and Supply Chain Management concentration (labelled PU in Table 1).

    11.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (BBAMGT)
    11.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Management, a student shall:
      11.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      11.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      11.1.3 obtain at least 120 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      11.1.4 obtain at least 100 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given, including at least 20 credits in courses at Higher level.

    11.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Management , the University has prescribed that a student must:
     

    11.2.1

    successfully complete 70 credits from compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    11.2.2

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses from more than one of the following concentrations: Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management concentrations (labelled HR, IB, MK and PU in Table 1); and
     

    11.2.3

    successfully complete additional courses, as necessary, from any Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University (other than GEN S100F), provided that, of the total 120 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.
       

    12.

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (through Pathway 1) (BBAMGT1)
    12.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Management, a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 shall:
      12.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
      12.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      12.1.3 obtain at least 40 credits in courses prescribed by the regulations as appropriate to the degree for which notice has been given.

    12.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in Management , the University has prescribed that a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 must:
     

    12.2.1

    successfully complete 5 credits from middle level compulsory courses (labelled CD in Table 1); and
     

    12.2.2

    successfully complete 5 credits from MGT B399; and
     

    12.2.3

    successfully complete 30 credits from courses from more than one of the following concentrations: Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management concentrations (labelled HR, IB, MK and PU in Table 1).

    13.

    Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management (BBAHMGT)

    13.1

    To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management, a student shall:
      13.1.1

    comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and

      13.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      13.1.3 obtain at least 160 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      13.1.4 obtain at least 40 credits in courses at Higher level; and
      13.1.5 successfully complete the prescribed programme of studies.

    13.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management, the University has prescribed that a student must:
     

    13.2.1

    successfully complete 70 credits from compulsory courses (labelled CH in Table 1); and
      13.2.2 successfully complete 30 credits from one of the following concentrations:
       
    Banking and Finance   (labelled MBF in Table 1)
    Business Information Systems   (labelled MBIS in Table 1)

    Human Resource Management

      (labelled MHR in Table 1)
    International Business   (labelled MIB in Table 1)
    Marketing   (labelled MMK in Table 1)
    Logistics and Supply Chain Management   (labelled MPU in Table 1)
      and  
      13.2.3 successfully complete a further 40 credits from courses within the above six concentrations (courses labelled MBF, MBIS, MHR, MIB, MMK or MPU in Table 1); and
      13.2.4 successfully complete additional courses, as necessary, from any Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University (other than GEN S100F), provided that, of the total 160 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.

    14.

    Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management (through Pathway 1) (BBAHMGT1)

    14.1

    To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management, a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 shall:
      14.1.1

    comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and

      14.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Undergraduate Degrees; and
      14.1.3 obtain at least 80 credits of which at least 40 credits shall be obtained in courses at Higher level; and
      14.1.4 successfully complete the prescribed programme of studies.

    14.2

    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management, the University has prescribed that a student who entered the programme through pathway 1 must:
     

    14.2.1

    successfully complete 5 credits from middle level compulsory courses (labelled CH in Table 1); and
     

    14.2.2

    successfully complete 5 credits from MGT B399; and
      14.2.3 successfully complete 30 credits from one of the following concentrations:
       
    Banking and Finance   (labelled MBF in Table 1)
    Business Information Systems   (labelled MBIS in Table 1)

    Human Resource Management

      (labelled MHR in Table 1)
    International Business   (labelled MIB in Table 1)
    Marketing   (labelled MMK in Table 1)
    Logistics and Supply Chain Management   (labelled MPU in Table 1)
      and  
      14.2.4 successfully complete a further 40 credits from courses within the above six concentrations (courses labelled MBF, MBIS, MHR, MIB, MMK or MPU in Table 1).
    15.

    Each degree with Honours shall be conferred with a classification of First Class, Second Class (Upper Division), Second Class (Lower Division) or Third Class save that exceptionally a degree may be conferred without classification.

    16.

    Subject to the requirements of the relevant programme of study, each person on whom an Honours degree is to be conferred shall be assigned to a classification determined by the University according to its regulations.

    17.

    For the calculation of scores for classification purposes in the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management, the University has deemed that "Group (a)" shall consist of the best 40 credits in courses at Higher level listed in Table 1. "Group (b) " shall consist of the best 40 credits in courses at Higher or Middle level listed in Table 1, where such credits are not taken into account in "Group (a)". Further, that "X" shall equal two, that is "Group (a)" shall be weighted at twice the value of "Group (b)".

    Table 1 : Courses Currently on Offer (The phased out courses are listed in note 27)

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Credits

    Level

    BBA

    BBA (Hons)

    Honours Classification Group

    BIS B123 1,2,4 Business Computing Applications 5 Foundation CD CH --
    BUS B103 1,3 English and Communications for Business I 5 Foundation CD CH --
    BUS B104 1 English and Communications for Business II 5 Foundation CD CH --
    MGT B399 1,18 Management Policy and Strategy 5 Higher CD CH a or b
    ACT B210 1,2,6 Introduction to Accounting 10 Middle CD CH b
    BUS B273 1,2,5

    Quantitative Analysis for Business

    10 Middle CD CH b
    ECON A231 1,2,9 Introduction to Microeconomics 5 Middle CD CH b
    ECON A232 1,2,9 Introduction to Macroeconomics 5 Middle CD CH b
    FIN B280 1,8,16 Introduction to Financial Management 5 Middle CD CH b
    LAW B262 1,7,15 Business Law I 5 Middle CD CH b
    MGT B240 1,2 Principles and Practices of Management 5 Middle CD CH b
    MKT B250 1,2 Introduction to Marketing 5 Middle CD CH b
    Banking and Finance Concentration

    ACT B331 1

    Company Accounting I

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b

    ACT B332 1

    Company Accounting II

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b

    BUS B368 1,17

    Business Issues and Ethics

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b

    FIN B385 1

    Investment Management

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b

    FIN B386 1,16

    Financial Decision Making

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b

    FIN B388 1

    Banking Systems

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b

    FIN B389 1

    Financial Markets

    5

    Higher -- MBF a or b
    Business Information Systems Concentration
    BIS B425 1 Strategic Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B316 1,22

    Management Information Systems: Concepts and Practices

    5 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B317 1,22 Management Information Systems: Enterprise Applications 5 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B319 Advanced Business Computing 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B321 1 Advances in Information Technology: Systems Administration 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B322 1 Networking Applications and Electronic Commerce 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B329 1 Object-oriented Systems Analysis and Design 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B421 1 Information Systems Audits, Security and Control 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B423 1 Data Warehousing and Knowledge Management 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BIS B429 1 Business Information Systems Project 10 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    BUS B368 1,17 Business Issues and Ethics 5 Higher -- MBIS a or b
    Human Resource Management Concentration
    BUS B368 1,17 Business Issues and Ethics 5 Higher HR MHR a or b
    MGT B344 1,19 Theory and Design of Organizations 5 Higher HR MHR a or b
    MGT B345 1,19 Managing in Organizations 5 Higher HR MHR a or b
    MGT B346 1,14 Theories and Practices of Organizational Behaviour 5 Higher HR MHR a or b
    MGT B349 1,21 Managing Key Functions in Human Resource Management 10 Higher HR MHR a or b
    MGT B441 1,10 Human Resource Management: A Strategic Approach 5 Higher HR MHR a or b
    MGT B442 1,10 Strategic Human Resource Management Issues 5 Higher HR MHR a or b
    BUS B490 1 Research Report 10 Higher -- MHR a or b
    International Business Concentration
    BUS B368 1,17 Business Issues and Ethics 5 Higher IB MIB a or b
    IB B396 1,13 Asia Pacific Issues in Management 5 Higher IB MIB a or b
    IB B397 1,13 Global Issues in Management 5 Higher IB MIB a or b
    IB B390 1,23 International Business Management 10 Higher IB MIB a or b
    IB B461 1,11 International Marketing 5 Higher IB MIB a or b
    MKT B462 1,11 Strategic Marketing 5 Higher IB MIB a or b
    BUS B490 1 Research Report 10 Higher -- MIB a or b
    Marketing Concentration
    BUS B368 1,17 Business Issues and Ethics 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    MKT B362 1 Marketing Research 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    MKT B363 1,12 Consumer Behaviour 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    MKT B365 1 Services Marketing 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    MKT B366 1,12 Marketing Communications 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    IB B461 1,11 International Marketing 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    MKT B462 1,11 Strategic Marketing 5 Higher MK MMK a or b
    BUS B490 1 Research Report 10 Higher -- MMK a or b
    Logistics and Supply Chain Management Concentration
    ACT B313 1,8,16 Management and Cost Accounting 5 Higher PU MPU a or b
    BUS B368 1,17 Business Issues and Ethics 5 Higher PU MPU a or b
    SCM B370 1,20 Operations Management 10 Higher PU MPU a or b
    SCM B371 1,24 Logistics 5 Higher PU MPU a or b
    SCM B470 1,25 Supply Chain Management 10 Higher PU MPU a or b
    BUS B490 1 Research Report 10 Higher -- MPU a or b

    Notes :

    1. Courses form excluded combinations with other courses. Only one of the courses of the excluded combinations can count towards an OUHK award. Students should refer to the attached list for details.
       
    2. The following is a list of phased out and replacement courses:

         Phased out courses   Replacement courses
        ACT B110; ACT B211 + ACT B212   ACT B210
        BIS B120; BIS B220; BIS B121   BIS B123
       

      BUS B170; BUS B270; BUS B171 + BUS B172;
      BUS B171 + BUS B272

        BUS B273
        ECON A130; ECON A230   ECON A231 + ECON A232
        MGT B140   MGT B240
        MKT B150   MKT B250

      The Senate of the University has resolved that credits awarded for these courses should be recorded at the level indicated above irrespective of the level at which it was offered at the time the student was awarded the credits for successful completion of the course.

      A student who has previously successfully completed the phased out course will not be permitted to register on the corresponding replacement course. Credits awarded for successful completion of the phased out course will be counted towards completion of the requirements of relevant programmes. The appropriate course code will appear on all transcripts of studies.

    3. If students have successfully completed BUS B100, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BUS B103.

    4. BIS B220 has been replaced by BIS B121. If students have successfully completed BIS B220, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BIS B121. BIS B121 has been replaced by BIS B123. If students have successfully completed BIS B121, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BIS B123.

    5. BUS B170 has been replaced by BUS B171 and BUS B172/BUS B272. If students have successfully completed BUS B170, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BUS B171 and BUS B172/BUS B272. BUS B171 and BUS B272 have been combined into BUS B273. If students have successfully completed BUS B171 and BUS B272, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BUS B273.
       
    6. If students have successfully completed ACT B211 and ACT B212, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ACT B210.
       
    7. LAW B260 has been replaced by LAW B262 and LAW B263. If students have successfully completed LAW B260, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for LAW B262.
       
    8. ACT B300, ACT B303 and FIN B382/FIN B400 are no longer available.

      If students have successfully completed ACT B300, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ACT B313.

      If students have successfully completed ACT B303, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for FIN B280 and ACT B313.

      If students have successfully completed FIN B382/FIN B400, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for FIN B280.
       
    9. ECON A230 has been replaced by ECON A231 and ECON A232. If students have successfully completed ECON A230, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ECON A231 and ECON A232.
       
    10. If students have successfully completed MGT B340, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B440. Also, MGT B440 has been replaced by MGT B441 and MGT B442. If students have successfully completed MGT B440, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B441 and MGT B442.
       
    11. If students have successfully completed MKT B364 and MKT B369, they are deemed to have completed MKT B469.  Also, MKT B469 has been replaced by MKT B461 and MKT B462. If students have successfully completed MKT B469, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MKT B461 and MKT B462. The course code of MKT B461 has been revised as IB B461.  If students have successfully completed MKT B461, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for IB B461.
       
    12. MKT B361 has been replaced by MKT B363 and MKT B366. If students have successfully completed MKT B361, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MKT B363 and MKT B366.
       
    13. MGT B393 has been replaced by MGT B396 and MGT B397. If students have successfully completed MGT B393, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B396 and MGT B397. Also, the course codes of MGT B396 and MGT B397 have been revised as IB B396 and IB B397 respectively.  If students have successfully completed MGT B396 and MGT B397, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for IB B396 and IB B397.
       
    14. MGT B290 has been replaced by MGT B346. If students have successfully completed MGT B290, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B346.
       
    15. If students have successfully completed ACT B323X/ACT B323, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for LAW B262, LAW B333, ACT B414 and ACT B415.
       
    16. If students have successfully completed ACT B367X/ACT B367, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for FIN B280, ACT B313, FIN B386 and ACT B405.
       
    17. If students have successfully completed ACT B431X/ACT B431, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ACT B304, BUS B368, ACT B416 and ACT B417.
       
    18. If students have successfully completed MGT B399X, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B399.
       
    19. MGT B343 has been replaced by MGT B344 and MGT B345. If students have successfully completed MGT B343, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B344 and MGT B345.
       
    20. MKT B372 and MKT B373 have been combined into MKT B370. If students have successfully completed MKT B372 and MKT B373, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MKT B370. Also, the course code of MKT B370 has been revised as SCM B370.  If students have successfully completed MKT B370, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for SCM B370.
       
    21. MGT B341 and MGT B342 have been combined into MGT B349. If students have successfully completed MGT B341 and MGT B342, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for MGT B349.
       
    22. BIS B318 has been replaced by BIS B316 and BIS B317. If students have successfully completed BIS B318, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BIS B316 and BIS B317.
       
    23. The course code of MKT B390 has been revised as IB B390.  If students have successfully completed MKT B390, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for IB B390.
       
    24. The course code of MKT B371 has been revised as SCM B371.  If students have successfully completed MKT B371, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for SCM B371.
       
    25. The course code of MKT B470 has been revised as SCM B470.  If students have successfully completed MKT B470, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for SCM B470.
       
    26. Courses presented in full time face-to-face mode are identical to courses with the same course code but without the suffix "F". Students who have successfully completed courses presented in full time face-to-face mode are not allowed to take the same courses in the distance learning mode, and vice versa.
       
    27. The following courses are no longer available. Students who have successfully completed any of these courses can have them counted for BBA or BBA(Hons) programmes, subject to requirements of relevant regulations.
    Course Code Course Title Credits
    BBA
    BBA (Hons)
    Honours Classification Group
    ACT B110 Introduction to Accounting 10 CD CH b
    ACT B211 Introduction to Accounting I 5 CD CH b
    ACT B212 Introduction to Accounting II 5 CD CH b
    BIS B120 /
    BIS B220
    Business Computing 5 CD CH b
    BIS B121 Business Computing with Internet Applications 5 CD CH --
    BIS B318 Information Systems Management 10 -- MBIS a or b
    BUS B100 Business Communication 5 CD CH --
    BUS B170 /
    BUS B270
    Quantitative Methods for Business 10 CD CH --
    BUS B171 Business Statistics CD CH --
    BUS B172 /
    BUS B272
    Quantitative Methods for Decision Making 5 CD CH b
    ECON A130 /
    ECON A230
    Introduction to Economics 10 CD CH b

    FIN B381

    Commercial Banking

    10 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B383

    Regulatory Framework of Banking and Finance in Hong Kong

    5 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B384

    Insurance

    5 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B387

    International Financial Management

    5 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B482

    Corporate Financial Strategy

    10 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B484

    Financial Institutions Management

    5 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B485

    Special Topics in Management of Financial Institutions

    5 -- MBF a or b

    FIN B488

    Derivatives and Risk Management

    5 -- MBF a or b
    LAW B260 Business Law 10 CD CH b
    MGT B140 Principles and Practices of Management 5 CD CH b
    MGT B290 Organizational Behaviour 5 HR MHR b
    MGT B340 Personnel Management 10 HR MHR a or b
    MGT B341 Labour Relations and Law 5
    HR
    MHR
    a or b
    MGT B342 Training and Development 5
    HR
    MHR
    a or b

    MGT B343

    Managing in Organizations 10 HR MHR a or b
    MKT B390 International Business Management 10 IB MIB a or b
    MGT B393 Asia Pacific Management Issues 10 IB MIB a or b
    MGT B396 Asia Pacific Issues in Management 5 IB MIB a or b
    MGT B397 Global Issues in Management 5 IB MIB a or b
    MGT B440 Strategic Management of Human Resources 10 HR MHR a or b
    MKT B461 International Marketing 5 IB/MK MIB/MMK a or b
    MKT B150 Introduction to Marketing 5 CD CH b
    MKT B360 Marketing Management 5 MK MMK a or b
    MKT B361 Consumer Behaviour and Promotion Management 10 MK MMK a or b
    MKT B364 International Marketing 5 IB/MK MIB/MMK a or b
    MKT B369 Marketing Strategy 5 IB/MK MIB/MMK a or b
    MKT B370 Operations Management 10 PU MPU a or b
    MKT B371 Logistics 5 PU MPU a or b
    MKT B372 Operations Management: Concepts and Applications 5 PU MPU a or b
    MKT B373 Operations Management: Tools, Models and Analytical Approaches 5 PU MPU a or b
    MKT B469 International Marketing and Strategy 10 IB/MK MIB/MMK a or b
    MKT B470 Supply Chain Management 10 PU MPU a or b

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