Bachelor of Social Sciences (Major in China Studies)
What is China Studies?
- Jointly organised by Social Sciences and Arts, addresses the growing interest in the study of Greater China from a multi-disciplinary approach. Wide range of courses are offered to introduce China’s political, economical, social, and cultural traits in the past and present.
- Offers experiential learning opportunities and exchanges that focus on China Studies on the Mainland, Taiwan, or any China Studies centre overseas.
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Major in Politics & Public Administration)
What is Politics & Public Administration?
- Aims to provide students with basic knowledge in political science and public administration and to develop students’ ability in critical analysis of complex political issues in the real world.
- Students may choose to specialise in one of the following four streams: Comparative Politics, International Politics, Political Theory and Ethics and Public Administration.
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Major in Social Policy and Social Development)
What is Social Policy and Social Development?
- Aims to build students’ competency to become change agents in the society and their communities. Students are exposed to contemporary social development issues and social policy responses to these issues in the local and global contexts.
Students are equipped to be competent to work in non-profit, for-profit, and social enterprise sectors for social changes and to be innovators in these sectors.