Programme Structure
During the four years of study, students will need to complete 160 credits of courses, comprising 20 credits of general education; 10 credits of English; 10 credits of basic social research methods; 20 credits of foundation level social sciences courses and 100 credits of required and elective major courses.
Year 1
Core Courses Credits
ECON A121F Foundations of Social Sciences: Economics 5
ENGL A101F University English Writing Skills 5
POLS A122F Foundations of Social Sciences: Political Science 5
PSYC A124F Foundations of Social Sciences: Psychology 5
SOCI A123F Foundations of Social Sciences: Sociology 5
Elective Courses
ONE of the following: 5
       -   ENGL A203F Hitchcock Films  
       -   ENGL A204F Modern British and American Drama  
       -   ENGL A231F English Literature in the Modern World  
TWO 5-credit purpose-designed General Education courses 10
Year 2
Core Courses
ECON A231F Introduction to Microeconomics 5
ECON A232F Introduction to Macroeconomics 5
ECON A233F Mathematics for Economics 5
STAT A221F Statistics 5
Elective Courses
ONE of the following: 5
       -   POLS A221F Introductory Comparative Politics  
       -   PSYC A236F Positive Psychology and Mental Health  
       -   SOCI A220F Essentials of Sociological Inquiry  
ONE of the following: 5
       -   PUAD A222F Introduction to Public Administration  
       -   SOCI A221F Social Problems and Social Issues  
TWO 5-credit purpose-designed General Education courses 10
Year 3
Core Courses
ECON A311F Intermediate Microeconomics 5
ECON A312F Intermediate Macroeconomics 5
ECON A321F Economic System of Hong Kong 5
ECON A322F Applied Economics in Public Policy Analysis 5
ECON A325F Money, Banking and Financial Markets 5
ECON A327F Labor Economics 5
STAT A222F Essentials of Research Inquiry 5
Elective Course
ONE 5-credit higher level Social Sciences course 5
Year 4
Core Courses
ECON A313F Introductory Econometrics 5
ECON A314F Econometrics and Forecasting 5
ECON A323F Industrial Organization 5
ECON A324F Global Political Economy 5
ECON A331F International Finance 5
Elective Courses  
THREE 5-credit higher level Social Sciences courses 15

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Modified Date: Jul 29, 2019