Application Code 報名編號 : CC 88 - 209
|HKU CC ASocSc|
It is believed that change and volatility are essential elements of life in the globalised world. To thrive in this fast-changing, unpredictable environment, it is essential to develop one’s ability to cope with, and even foresee, the challenges. Knowing oneself and others, mastering the logic underlying change, and understanding its consequences are how we could find our niche and prosper in the society. It is to this end that the programme of Associate of Social Sciences (ASocSci) has been developed to build a gateway to the academic and professional world.
Programme Aims & Features
The broad-based curriculum covers major social sciences disciplines, such as political science, psychology and sociology. The programme focuses on enhancing students’ understanding of human social interaction, social groups and the logic underlying social change. Students will be trained to evaluate social phenomena objectively, scientifically and critically as social scientists. The programme aims at developing students’ social consciousness, international awareness, critical and logical reasoning ability, and self-learning ability.
Opportunities for Further Studies
Some of our graduates/students are admitted to UGC-funded degree programmes every year. The list below shows the programmes that our graduates/students of recent years have articulated to*:
Through-train Pre-enrolment Scheme
HKU SPACE International College
Graduates are also eligible to apply for admission to the full-time top-up degree programmes offered locally by HKU SPACE International College in collaboration with the following university:
- University of the Arts London
- Edinburgh Napier University
- University of Western Australia
- University of the West of England, Bristol
The intellectual and analytical training provided by this programme equips students with competence in academic work and gives them a practical foundation in a range of skills which will be useful in careers such as commerce, human resources, education, government and public administration, as well as being helpful in professions like social work and social administration.
Common across all Themes
Elective for all Themes (choose one course)
Ageing Studies Theme
Behavioural Science Theme (with focus on Psychology)
Politics and International Studies Theme
Social Welfare and Social Administration Theme
|Core Curriculum Courses|
Courses offered in each semester are subject to student enrolment and resources available.