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課程結構
Curriculum Structure
Units
Components
31
A. General Education
4
36
9
9
9
3
6
24
33
128
9
i) Global Studies Theory
3
GCST 2005 China and the Contemporary Global Orde
3
GCST 4005 Alternative Globalisation
9
ii) Research Skill
3
Quantitative Social Science Methods1
3
Qualitative Social Science Methods
3
GCST 3007 Research Writing
9
iii) Researching China in the World and the World in China
3
GCST 2006 A Political Economy of Global China
3
GCST 2015 Cultural Heritage and Chinese Societ
3
GCST 2016 Sustainable China: Environment and Development Issue
9
iv) Experiential Learning and Capstone3
3
GCST 2017 Summer Sojourn I
6
GCST 4898/4899 Honours Project
24 units
Global and China Studies Elective Courses1
3
(a) Experiential Learning and Capstone
3
GCST 2025 Global China Work Placement2
3
GCST 3006 Undergraduate Research Fellowship
3
GCST 3005 Summer Sojourn II2
3
(b) Foreign Relations and Politics
3
ECON 4005 China's Foreign Economic Relations and Trade
3
GCST 2007 China’s Foreign Relations in a Global Context: Key Concepts and Major Issue
3
GEOG 2017 Globalization of Economic Activities
3
HIST 2305 China and the West since 1500
3
HIST 3105 Contemporary China
3
HIST 3116 Foreign Relations of Modern China
3
HIST 3127 Historical Interactions of China and the World
3
HIST 3135 The Socialist and Communist Traditions
3
HIST 4106 Contemporary Chinese Political Thought
3
HIST 4107 History of Taiwan
3
SOCI 4066 Chinese Nationalism and Identity Politics
3
POLS 2015 Government and Politics of Hong Kong
3
POLS 3017 Government and Politics of China
3
POLS 4206 China and the World
3
POLS 4235 Social and Political Developments in Contemporary China
3
(c) Innovation, Economics and Development
3
ECON 2015 Hong Kong Economy
3
ECON 3006 Asia-Pacific Economies
3
ECON 3026 Chinese Economic Developments
3
ECON 3095 Urban and Regional Economic Development in China
3
ECON 3087 Understanding the Digital Economy
3
ECON 4027 Financial Markets and Corporate Governance in China
3
ECON 4007 Money and Finance in China
3
ECON 4017 Innovation and Entrepreneurial Economy: China and Global Development
3
GEOG 2025 Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta: A Survey
3
GEOG 4055 Rural and Agricultural Development in China
3
HIST 4127 Social and Economic Development of Modern China
3
SOCI 3045 China and Tourism
3
SOCI 3046 Chinese Capitalisms
3
SOCI 3047 Consumption in China
3
SOCI 4015 East Asia: Economic Miracles and Social Change
3
(d) Culture, Heritage and Communities
3
GEOG 4076 Urban Cultural Landscape
3
HIST 2105 Introduction to Modern Chinese History
3
HIST 3325 History of Chinese Food Culture in Global Perspective
3
HIST 4105 History of Chinese Women since 1912
3
SOCI 2016 Modern Chinese Society
3
SOCI 2037 Unity and Diversity: The Making of Chinese Culture and Society
3
SOCI 4006 Chinese Family and Kinship
3
SOCI 4046 Social Networks and Chinese Society
3
SOCI 4055 Gender in Contemporary China
3
SOCI 4057 China’s Social Classes under Economic Reform
3
(e) People, City/Environment and Resources
3
ECON 4026 Smart Cities: China and Global Development
3
GEOG 3006 Regional Geography of China
3
GEOG 3017 Global Environmental Issues & Sustainability
3
GEOG 4016 Sustainable Energy and Technological Innovation in China
3
GEOG 4047 Resource and Environmental Management in China
3
GEOG 4056 Selected Topics in the Geography of China (Human Geography)
3
GEOG 4057 Selected Topics in the Geography of China (Physical & Environmental Geography)
3
GEOG 4077 Urban Development and Planning in Hong Kong
3
GEOG 4085 Urban Development in China
3
HIST 3317 The Chinese Diaspora
3
HIST 4206 The Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia
3
SOCI 3055 Population and Social Developments in China
3
SOCI 4065 Chinese Entrepreneurship and Overseas Chinese in the Global Context

Remarks:

  1. Some of the courses on this list are offered on a biannual basis, subject to the offering department’s decision. While students are free to select elective courses across the following four themes
    (b) Foreign Relations and Politics,
    (c) Innovation, Economic and Development,
    (d) Culture, Heritage and Communities, and
    (e) People, City/Environment and Resources,
    They must take a minimum of 18 units of level 3 and level 4 courses across the above four themes.

  2. Students taking either GCST 2025 Global China Work Placement or GCST3005 Summer Sojourn II will fulfil both the Programme requirement of Experiential Learning and Capstone and the Faculty requirement of Experiential Learning in Action under “Social Sciences Common Core”. Students must fulfil the 3 units derived from Experiential Learning in Action by taking Global and China Elective Courses(s). Hence, students are required to take a total of 27 units of Global and China Studies Elective Courses.
Schedule of courses by semester
學期一 學期二 全部
SOSC 1006 Invitation to Social Sciences 1 - 1
GCST 1005 Approaches to Global Studies 3 - 3
GCST 2005 - 3 3
GFHC - 3 3
UCLC 1008-9 3 3 6
UCLC 1005 3 - 3
GFVM 3 - 3
0 0 0
3 6 9
16 15 31
Second Year
學期一 學期二 全部
GCST 2006 A political economy of global China 3 - 3
GCST 2015 Cultural heritage and Chinese society - 3 3
GCST 2016 Sustainable China: Environment and Development Issues - 3 3
GCST 2017 Summer Sojourn I - 3 3
Global and China Studies Elective courses 3 3 6
SOSC 3005/3006* Community & Civic Engagement/ Global Outreach* - 3 3
GE Quantitative Reasoning 3 - 3
GE Healthy Lifestyle - 2 2
GE The Art of Persuasion 2 - 2
Free Electives 6 - 6
17 17 34
Third Year
學期一 學期二 全部
Quantitative Social Science Methods 3 - 3
Qualitative Social Science Methods - 3 3
GCST 3007 Research Writing - 3 3
Global and China Studies Elective Courses 6 0 6
SOSC 3005/3006 Community & Civic Engagement/ Global Outreach* - 3 3
GE Interdisciplinary Thematic Courses 3 3 6
GE Capstone - 3 3
Free Electives 3 3 6
15 18 33
Fouth Year
學期一 學期二 全部
GCST 4005 Alternative Globalisations - 3 3
GCST 4898/4899 Honours Project 3 3 6
Global and China Studies Elective Courses 6 3 9
Free Electives 6 6 12
15 15 30
全部
128

Note *

Students taking either GCST 2025 Global China Work Placement or GCST3005 Summer Sojourn II will fulfil both the Programme requirement of Experiential Learning and Capstone and the requirements of ‘Community and Civic Engagement’ and/or ‘Global Outreach’ under “Social Sciences Common Core”. Students must fulfil the 3 units derived from Experiential Learning in Action by taking Global and China Elective Courses(s).