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  • Regulations for the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in China Business (in Chinese) and Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese)

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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 Bachelor of Business Administration in China Business (in Chinese) programme through pathway 1 or the Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese) programme through pathway 1, a student shall normally possess a recognized Associate Degree or Higher Diploma in a business-related area (or its equivalent).
       
    3. Bachelor of Business Administration in China Business (in Chinese) (BBACBC) (See Note 12)
    3.1
    To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in China Business (in Chinese), 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 China Business (in Chinese), 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 labelled CH in Table 1 of which at least 20 credits must be at Higher level; 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 China Business (in Chinese) (through Pathway 1) (BBACBC1) (See Note 12)
    4.1
    To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in China Business (in Chinese), 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 China Business (in Chinese), 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 B399C; and
     
    4.2.3
    successfully complete 30 credits from courses labelled CH in Table 1 of which at least 20 credits must be at Higher level.
       
    5.
    Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese) (BBAHCBC) (see Note 12)
    5.1
    To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese), 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 160 credits of which no more than 40 credits shall be obtained at Foundation level; and
      5.1.4 obtain at least 40 credits in courses at Higher level; and
      5.1.5 successfully complete the prescribed programme of studies.
    5.2
    For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese), 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 70 credits from elective courses (labelled CH 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 160 credits, no more than 40 are gained at Foundation level.
       
    6.
    Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese) (through Pathway 1) (BBAHCBC1) (see Note 12)
    6.1
    To be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese), 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 80 credits of which at least 40 credits shall be obtained in courses at Higher level; and
      6.1.4 successfully complete the prescribed programme of studies.
    6.2 For the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese), 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 B399C; and
     
    6.2.3
    successfully complete 70 credits from elective courses (labelled CH in Table 1).
    7. 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.
    8. 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.
    9. For the calculation of scores for classification purposes in the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese), the University has deemed that "Group (a)" shall consist of the best 40 credits from the Higher level courses 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

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Credits

    BBACBC /
    BBAHCBC

    Honours
    Classification
    Group

    Foundation level

    BIS B123C 1

    Business Computing Applications

    5

    CD

    --

    BUS B191C 1,3

    Business Relations and Communication I

    5

    CD

    --

    BUS B192C 1

    Business Relations and Communication II

    5

    CD

    --

    Middle level

    ACT B210C 1,4

    Introduction to Accounting

    10 CD b
    BUS B273C 1,2

    Quantitative Analysis for Business

    10

    CD

    b

    ECON A231C 1,8

    Introduction to Microeconomics

    5

    CD

    b

    ECON A232C 1,8

    Introduction to Macroeconomics

    5

    CD

    b

    FIN B280C 1,7

    Introduction to Financial Management

    5

    CD

    b

    LAW B262C 1,5

    Business Law I

    5

    CD

    b

    MGT B240C 1

    Principles and Practices of Management

    5

    CD

    b

    MKT B250C 1 Introduction to Marketing

    5

    CD

    b

    ECON A202C 1

    Economic Development of Contemporary China

    10

    CH

    b

    LAW B264C 1,6

    Business Law in China I

    5

    CH

    b

    LAW B265C 1,6

    Business Law in China II

    5

    CH

    b

    Higher level

    MGT B399C 1

    Management Policy and Strategy

    5

    CD

    a or b

    ACT B378C 1,9

    Accounting in China

    5

    CH

    a or b

    ACT B379C 1,9

    Taxation in China

    5

    CH

    a or b

    CBU B355C 1

    Special Topics in Chinese Business

    10

    CH

    a or b

    CHST A303C

    Foreign Trade and Investment in China

    10

    CH

    a or b

    FIN B351C

    Financial Issues in China

    10

    CH

    a or b

    MGT B354C

    Corporate Strategy in China

    10

    CH

    a or b

    MKT B352C 1

    Marketing in China

    10

    CH

    a or b

    IB B390C 1,10

    International Business Management

    10

    CH

    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. BUS B170C has been replaced by BUS B171C and BUS B172C/BUS B272C. If students have successfully completed BUS B170C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BUS B171C and BUS B172C/BUS B272C. BUS B171C and BUS B272C have been combined into BUS B273C. If students have successfully completed BUS B171C and BUS B272C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BUS B273C.
       
    3. If students have successfully completed BUS B190C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for BUS B191C.
       
    4. If students have successfully completed ACT B211C and ACT B212C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ACT B210C.
       
    5. LAW B260C has been replaced by LAW B262C and LAW B263C. If students have successfully completed LAW B260C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for LAW B262C.
       
    6. LAW B261C has been replaced by LAW B264C and LAW B265C. If students have successfully completed LAW B261C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for LAW B264C and LAW B265C.
       
    7. Students who have completed ACT B303C are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for FIN B280C.
       
    8. ECON A230C has been replaced by ECON A231C and ECON A232C. If students have successfully completed ECON A230C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ECON A231C and ECON A232C.
       
    9. ACT B353C has been replaced by ACT B378C and ACT B379C. If students have successfully completed ACT B353C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for ACT B378C and ACT B379C.
       
    10. The course code of MKT B390C has been revised as IB B390C.  If students have successfully completed MKT B390C, they are deemed to have satisfied the requirements for IB B390C.
       
    11. 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.
       
    12. The Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in China Business (in Chinese) programme has been phased out by October 2017. For the Bachelor of Business Administration in China Business (in Chinese), it has been phased out with effect from Autumn 2017 term and its last conferment will be December 2022.
       

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