Year 1 Subjects
Year 2 Subjects
Year 3 Subjects
Year 4 Subjects
Elective Subjects

Year 1 Subjects
Code
Module
Credits
Duration
Pre-requisite
ACCT1100 
Principles of Accounting I  

This course is an introduction to financial accounting. It covers basic accounting rules and concepts including basic accounting cycles, inventories, and receivables to most organizations and some financial reporting issues.
3
45 hrs
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ACCT1110 
Principles of Accounting II  

This course introduces concepts, principles and practice of financial accounting as a continuation of the previous course. Topics covered include accounting for long-term assets and liabilities, stock-holders’ equity, cash flow statement analysis, and interpretation of financial statements.
3
45 hrs
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BUSS1100 
Introduction to Business  

This course provides an overview of the business world aiming at exploring business activities in relation to the economic activities ranging from various economic systems, competitive business environment, market globalization, different forms of business ownership, management practices, and business practices.
3
45 hrs
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BUSS1110 
Principles of Management  

This course introduces the basic concepts and fundamental processes of management. It explores a variety of contemporary management topics. Emphasis will be placed on primary activities such as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
3
45 hrs
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COMP1100 
Business Software Applications  

This is an introductory course in Business Software Applications. This course also provides an introduction to computers and Microsoft Windows. When students completed the course they will have a firm knowledge and understanding of selected business office tools in practical uses.
3
45 hrs
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COMP1110 
Business Computing with Internet Applications  

This course provides a foundation to Internet/Intranet technologies by teaching students on how to use Internet browsers. This course also focuses on the design and development of Web pages. It will cover the basic elements/structure of HTML documents, Web site development process and most importantly the usage of tools to construct-different components used in Web pages.
3
45 hrs
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ECON1100 
Microeconomics  

This course provides an introductory examination of microeconomics. Emphasis is placed on the market forces of supply and demand, the efficiency of markets, the economics of the public sector, firm behaviour and the organization of industry, and the markets for the factors of production.
3
45 hrs
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ECON1110 
Macroeconomics  

This course provides an introductory examination of macroeconomics. Emphasis will be placed on understanding national and international economic policies. This course will attempt to identify some of the underlying factors of our society’s most serious economic problems.
3
45 hrs
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ENGL1101 
English I  

This is the first of the two pre-intermediate English courses. The course aims to increase students’ skills and competence in using English in general business situations. It will develop students’ use of the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) with substantial emphasis being placed on oral and listening skills in class. Interaction is encouraged through many communicative activities. The integration of authentic materials also enhances the usefulness of the course. Topics include: careers, companies, ideas, stress and entertaining. Language skills include: skimming & scanning techniques; telephoning; participating in discussions; greetings and small talk, etc.
3
45 hrs
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ENGL1102 
English II  

This is the second of the two pre-intermediate English courses. The course aims to enhance students’ skills and competence in using English in general business situations. It will develop students’ use of the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) with substantial emphasis being placed on building up students’ confidence in using English. It also prepares students for Intermediate level courses. Interaction is encouraged through many communicative activities. The integration of authentic materials also enhances the usefulness of the course. Topics include: marketing, planning, managing people and products. Language skills include: dealing with conflict; presenting a product; socializing and entertaining, etc.
3
45 hrs
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MAND1101 
Putonghua I *  

This course aims to have students master the Pinyin system and use fairly fluent Putonghua in conversations in daily work, daily life and social situations. Training in correct pronunciation and sound differentiation will be emphasized in order to improve students’ ability to listen and speak Putonghua. Topics include: pronunciation and listening, etc.
3
45 hrs
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MAND1102 
Putonghua II *  

This is a continuation of the Putonghua I which aims to have students master the Pinyin system, and use fairly fluent Putonghua in conversation in daily work daily life and social situations. Training of correct pronunciation and sound differentiation will be emphasized in order to improve students’ ability to listen and speak Putonghua. Topics include: pronunciation and listening, etc.
3
45 hrs
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FREN1101 
French I *  

This course develops students’ language skills. Particular emphasis is placed on listening, and on written and oral expression. Students learn to understand foreign language texts, use of the language correctly and confidently, and understand the foreign culture through foreign language learning. Topics include: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3
45 hrs
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FREN1102 
French II *  

This is a continuation of French I which develops students’ language skills. Particular emphasis is placed on listening, and on written and oral expression. Students learn to understand foreign language texts, use the language correctly and confidently, and understand the foreign culture through foreign language learning. Topics include: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3
45 hrs
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JAPN1101 
Japanese I *  

This course develops students’ language skills. Particular emphasis is placed on listening, and on written and oral expression. Students learn to understand foreign language texts, use of the language correctly and confidently, and understand the foreign culture through foreign language learning. Topics include: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3
45 hrs
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JAPN1102 
Japanese II *  

This is a continuation of Japanese I which develops students’ language skills. Particular emphasis is placed on listening, and on written and oral expression. Students learn to understand foreign language texts, use the language correctly and confidently, and understand the foreign culture through foreign language learning. Topics include: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3
45 hrs
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PORT1101 
Portuguese I *  

This course develops students’ language skills. Particular emphasis is placed on listening, and on written and oral expression. Students learn to understand foreign language texts, use of the language correctly and confidently, and understand the foreign culture through foreign language learning. Topics include: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3
45 hrs
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PORT1102 
Portuguese II *  

This is a continuation of Portuguese I which develops students’ language skills. Particular emphasis is placed on listening, and on written and oral expression. Students learn to understand foreign language texts, use the language correctly and confidently, and understand the foreign culture through foreign language learning. Topics include: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3
45 hrs
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Year 2 Subjects
Code
Module
Credits
Duration
Pre-requisite
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Complete 2 subjects from the elective subjects  

6
90 hrs
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ENGL2101 
English III  

This is the first of the two intermediate English courses. The course aims to provide students with the grounding in English necessary in business environments, both social and workplace settings. It will further develop students’ use of the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing) with substantial emphasis being placed on reading and writing skills for business correspondence. The integration of authentic materials also enhances the usefulness of the course. Topics include: brands, travel, organization, money and advertising, etc. Language skills include: describing trends; writing emails and summaries, etc.
3
45 hrs
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ENGL2102 
English IV  

This is the second of the two intermediate English courses. The course aims to provide students with the grounding in English necessary in business environments, both social and workplace settings. It will further develop students’ use of the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) with substantial emphasis being placed on familiarizing students with English in terms of using the language in their future business-careers. It also prepares students for Upper-intermediate level courses. Topics include: employment, trade, leadership, innovation and competition, etc. Language skills include: words and expressions to describe innovations; words for talking about quality control and customer service; writing letters, short articles and press releases, etc.
3
45 hrs
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FINA2120 
Business Finance  

This course provides an introductory examination of business finance. It will cover the basic principles of finance and their applications to financial problems of business enterprises. Through illustration, discussion, and application, students will learn the tools and techniques that can be applied to understanding, evaluation, and resolution of financial problems.
3
45 hrs
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HHRM2120 
Human Resources Management  

This course concentrates on the human resources management function of selection, performance, appraisal, training and development and compensation. Focus is also placed current issues related to these functions.
3
45 hrs
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LLAW2120 
Business Law  

This course aims to introduce to students the business law in various aspects of business and commerce commonly encountered in practice, and to enable them to apply the relevance of legal rules and practices to business problems and practical situations. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the legal environment in which business operates.
3
45 hrs
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MATH2100 
Business Mathematics  

This course emphasizes the mathematics required in general business processes. It is designed to prepare students for the mathematical and analytical applications most useful in subsequent business and economic courses. Topics include: applications of equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; lines, parabolas, and systems; exponential and logarithmic functions; mathematics of finance; matrix algebra; linear programming.
3
45 hrs
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MATH2110 
Business Statistics  

This course is designed to introduce basic statistical principles, and techniques for data analysis in the context of solving business problems. Students will learn how to perform statistical analysis on various inferential real life situations. Topics include: organizing data; descriptive statistics; probability; discrete distributions; normal distribution; sampling and sampling distributions; estimation; hypothesis testing; correlation and regression analysis.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT2130 
Small Business Management  

This course provides students with an understanding of the major problems they will face and the pitfalls they must avoid if success is to be assured in the management/ownership of a small business. Students will be introduced to management functions, problem areas, decision making, and fundamentals for small business.
3
45 hrs
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MRKT2100 
Principles of Marketing  

This course studies the role of marketing in society. It focuses on markets, marketing institutions, and marketing functions with emphasis on product, price, marketing communication, and marketing channel decisions.
3
45 hrs
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TOUR2120 
Tourism Management  

This course provides an overview of tourism management by introducing different primal tourism concepts and theories and illustrating the impact of tourism industry in various domains. Influences of tourism policy on tourism organization are also discussed within the course.
3
45 hrs
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Year 3 Subjects
Code
Module
Credits
Duration
Pre-requisite
BUSS3120 
Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility  

This course examines how corporations respond to ethical dilemmas whilst considering the needs of their various stakeholders within the context of government regulations. The roles of government regulation and community collaboration, as they impact on businesses operating across cultures, are also explored and current reforms of corporate governance are discussed.
3
45 hrs
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BUSS3130 
Business Research Methods  

This course provides an introduction of basic methodological concepts and philosophy of science in relation to business research methods. It leads to an understanding of the fundamental stages of research including the formulation of a research problem, data collection methods, as well as the presentation of research reports.
3
45 hrs
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COMM3120 
Business Communication  

This course focuses on advanced writing and oral skills in business communications. It covers audience analysis, purpose, message, and gives students plenty of opportunities to compose memos, letters, and formal reports for a variety of work situations. It also aims to develop students’ confidence in formal business settings with effective presentation skills.
3
45 hrs
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ENGL3101 
English V  

This is the first of the two upper-intermediate English courses. The course aims to improve students’ use of the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing), as well as to develop their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary, at the internationally accepted standard of upper intermediate. It focuses on the accurate communication of information in a business environment. The integration of authentic materials also enhances the usefulness of the course. Topics include: communication, international marketing, building relationships, risks and e-commerce. Communication skills include: dealing with communication breakdown; negotiating; handling difficult situations; reaching agreements and presentations, etc.
3
45 hrs
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ENGL3102 
English VI  

This is the second of the two upper-intermediate English courses. The course aims to improve students’ use of the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing), as well as to prepare the students for Advanced level courses. It focuses on improving students’ ability to communicate in English in a wide range of business situations. The integration of authentic materials also enhances the usefulness of the course. Topics include: team building, raising finance, crisis management, takeovers and mergers, etc. Communication skills include: resolving conflict; asking and answering difficult questions; putting people at ease; summarizing in presentations, writing reports, etc.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT2120 
Organizational Behaviour  

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of essential theories and insights into how the discipline of organizational behaviour can be used to achieve more efficient and higher-performing workplaces. It covers the dynamics of people and organization models of organizational behaviour, motivation and reward systems, individual and interpersonal behaviour, managing change and organizational behaviour across cultures.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT3120 
Operations Management  

This course considers the operations from a managerial perspective. Key performance measures of operations as well as important concepts for improving the performance of operations along these dimensions will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on both familiarizations of various production processes and service systems, and to quantitative analysis of problems arising in the management of operations.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT3130 
Total Quality Management  

This course examines the skills and knowledge necessary to implement a successful TQM program .Students will be provided with an understanding of the history, purpose and fundamentals of TQM, the tools and techniques that can improve operations, product quality, process quality, customer satisfaction and employee involvement, and the various methods to assess progress of the TQM program in an organization.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT3140 
Knowledge Management  

This course focuses on the development and application of both technical and people management skills within Knowledge Management environments in contemporary organizations. Intersection of three major disciplines - information technology, general management theory and human resource management will be drawn upon.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT3150 
Leadership Principles and Practices  

The purpose of this course is to provide the fundamental knowledge of relevant principles and practices to exercise effective leadership. Students will examine the characteristics of an effective leader and the behaviour which distinguish effective leadership. Contemporary problems and issues will be analyzed in terms of the contrasting approaches of the leadership theorists.
3
45 hrs
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MRKT3120 
Retail Management  

This course explores the basic areas of retail management: buying, merchandising, retail promotion, store location, store layout, credit management, and inventory control. It emphasizes on practical application of retail management principles.
3
45 hrs
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MRKT3170 
Customer Relationship Management  

This course introduces students to learn CRM's strategy and methods through marketing, and management dimensions. CRM's strategy and methods increase customer satisfaction and to improve and maintain customer relationships CRM's tasks emphasize on coordinating the activities of internal functions and on utilizing the resources of external to integrate and strengthen the processes of delivering superior customer value.
3
45 hrs
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Year 4 Subjects
Code
Module
Credits
Duration
Pre-requisite
ENGL4101 
English VII  

This is the first of the two advanced level English courses. The course aims to develop the communication skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing) students need to succeed in a professional environment, as well as to broaden their knowledge of the business world. It focuses on developing students’ fluency and confidence in using the language of business in a variety of contexts. Special emphasis is also placed on presentations and official correspondence such as composing administrative documents of a technical nature. The integration of authentic materials also enhances the usefulness of the course. Topics include: Being international, training, partnerships, employment trends and business ethnics. Business skills include: networking; telephoning strategies; negotiating: being vague and precise; problem-solving; ethical problem-solving.
3
45 hrs
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ENGL4102 
English VIII  

This is the second of the two advanced level English courses. The course aims to develop the communication skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing) students need to succeed in a professional environment, as well as to prepare the students for their future careers. It focuses on developing students’ fluency and confidence in using the language of business in a variety of contexts. While special emphasis is placed on students’ confidence and skills in public speaking and presentation, substantial emphasis is also placed on effective language and organization skills as well as delivery of speech. Particular attention will be paid to cross-cultural communication and ethical issues. Topics include: finance and banking, consultants, strategy, doing business online, project management. Business skills include: giving presentations; negotiating sales; brainstorming and creativity; telephone strategies: chasing payment; writing: briefing multinational teams, etc.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT4120 
Change Management  

This course examines the environmental forces and processes influencing organizational change and how these influences affect the strategies, structures and contexts within which organizations operate. It is designed to promote a positive response to organizational change thereby contributing to a positive and optimistic working environment. The course will increase students’ awareness of the need for change and help in giving insights into managers’ own approach to change management, and how they attempt to influence others.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT4130 
Cross Cultural Management  

This course examines organizational and individual behaviours, structures, and management practices in multinationals and in business situations involving cross cultural interactions. Emphasis place on management theory related to varying cultures the significance of cross-cultural variables in the global business environment.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT4140 
Strategic Management  

This course provides students with an understanding and awareness of the underlying concepts and practical application of the basics of strategic management. Emphasis will be placed on the competitive advantage, SWOT analysis, resource-based view of the firm, and various strategy levels (functional, competitive and corporate).
3
45 hrs
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MGMT4150 
Crisis Management  

The course aims at increasing the students understanding about the different concepts of crisis management, conflict management, and conflict resolution and conflict prevention. The students should be able to analyze and understand conflicts in these terms and the theoretical development of the concepts.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT4160 
Selected Topics in Management  

This course provides a comprehensive examination of a particular issue in management through case studies and literature reviews.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT4170 
Business Policy  

This course is a "capstone" seminar in general management. It integrates the knowledge, theories, skills, and techniques derived from the previous courses in this program curriculum. Students apply analytical and diagnostic skills to detect business problems to formulate strategies, tactics, plans, and policies for the improvement of organizational performance.
3
45 hrs
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MGPO4100 
Graduation Report I  

This is an integrated course which requires students to apply their knowledge and skills acquired in previous courses to accomplish a project by pursuing an in-depth study in a selected topic in Management. Students are required to complete a report proposal by the end of this course before proceeding to Graduation Report II.
4
60 hrs
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MGPO4110 
Graduation Report II  

Completion of Graduation Report I is a prerequisite for students to be enrolled in this course. Students continue on their selected study in this course and are required to submit a report upon completing at the end of the semester.
4
60 hrs
MGPO4100
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Elective Subjects
Code
Module
Credits
Duration
Pre-requisite
ACCT3130
Cost Accounting

This course is an introduction to cost-volume analysis, job costing, process costing, budgeting and cost analysis for management control. Cost accounting for outside reporting purposes and management purposes will both be examined in the course. Topics include: Cost-volume-profit analysis; activity-based costing; budget; cost allocation; process costing.
3
45 hrs
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BUSS0130
Business, Government and Society

This course examines the political, regulatory, societal, and natural factors that shape business’ non-market environment. Students learn how to analyze and proactively manage the non-market environment through integrated market- and non-market strategies.
3
45 hrs
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BUSS0131
Environmental Management System

This course presents the basic philosophy of environmental management system. It describes the impact of human activities on our environment including resource consumption, water quality, air quality, noise, and waste disposal. Integrated environmental tools including ISO14000 environmental management system, life cycle, assessment and eco-labeling would also be covered. Topics include: Interaction between business, technology, and environment; resource consumption and its impact on ecosystem; basic forms of pollution; application of life cycle assessment and econ-labeling to product development and introducing their effects on business activities.
3
45 hrs
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GEOG0110
World Regional Geography

The course introduces students to major regions of the world. Special emphasis will be given to environmental, political and economic conditions, as well as social and cultural characteristics of selected countries.
3
45 hrs
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HIST0110
Macao History and Culture

This course is an introduction to Macao’s history, emphasizing cultural and economic development. During this course students will understand the unique social environment of Macao by knowing the integration of different cultures in local districts. Topics include: Macao’s economic heritage.
3
45 hrs
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LLAW0120
Macao Basic Law

This course covers History of Macao SAR Basic Law, the principle of “one country, two systems”, the relationship between the Central Authorities and the Macao SAR, fundamental rights and duties of residents, political structure, economy, culture and social affairs, external affairs, interpretation and amendment of the Basic Law Topics include: Macao SAR Basic Law; comparison of Basic Law between Hong Kong and Macao.
3
45 hrs
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MCCO0140
Business Chinese

This course focuses on practical written and oral communication for general business activities. It emphasizes practice in the preparation of abstracts, proposals, reports, and correspondence. Students will take part in case studies and simulated practical applications. Topics include: different types of business correspondences.
3
45 hrs
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MGMT0140
Event Management

This course extends the application of management knowledge to the specific area of events and facilities management aiming to equip students with skills and working knowledge of facility and event planning, design and management issues that are in keeping with current practices and trends.
3
45 hrs
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MMIS0140
Management Information Systems

This course introduces the basics of information systems with emphasis on real world applications. Students will learn the basics of information systems, IT infrastructure, and the Internet, appreciate the state-of-the-art IT technology as well as to understand how IT can be applied to businesses, and its capabilities and limitations.
3
45 hrs
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PADM0120
Introduction to Public Administration

This course provides students with an overview of the field and profession of public administration. It offers a survey of social and historical environment of public agencies. Students will also be introduced with the characteristics and problems of bureaucracy in different political systems. Topics include: Public management; leadership and administration; distractive ethics; public personnel management; decision making and policy analysis; policy implementation; policy evaluation.
3
45 hrs
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PSYC0110
Introduction to Psychology

This course is an introduction to both the central concepts and applications of psychology today together with an understanding of how these concepts are researched, investigated and presented. Topics include: Experimental psychology and research methods; biological bases of behaviour; sensation and perception; cognition; human development; learning; consciousness; emotion and motivation; personality; abnormality; counseling; social psychology; spiritual psychology.
3
45 hrs
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SOCI1130
Introduction to Sociology

An introduction to the central concepts and applications of sociology today with an emphasis on the development of a sociological perspective will be provided. Topics include: Types of society; culture, socialization, and identity; social interaction and everyday life; the body; gender, sexuality, and inequality; ethnicity and race; social stratification and class structure; marriage, family, and personal life.
3
45 hrs
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Remarks:

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Students are required to attend Level I and II of the same language subject.
Putonghua I / Portuguese I / French I / Japanese I (Select one language subject)
Putonghua II / Portuguese II / French II / Japanese II (Select one language subject)

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