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Undergraduate Programme

6212 Bachelor of Arts and Sciences

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Nurtures future global leaders to make changes in interconnected world

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The Programme

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  • An intrinsically integrated programme co-offered by the Faculties of Social Sciences, Arts and Science 
  • Designed for intellectually ambitious students who want to develop a broad set of scholarly skills in order to become leaders across a diverse range of fields to meet important global challenges
  • Equips students with social intelligence, creative problem-solving, analytical skills, communication skills, ethical responsibility and interdisciplinary perspective in understanding our world

Unique Features

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  • Interdisciplinary major: Students take disciplinary courses from the 3 Faculties and also elective courses within 2 pathways: (1) Cultures/ Societies and (2) Physical World/ Biological/ Human Sciences

  • Developing intellectual toolkit: Learn how to intertwine knowledge from various disciplines and integrate them together through case studies, capstone learning, and experiences of thought leaders in professions

  • Career prospects: Wide career prospects in government, management consultancy, public relations, banking, public policy, environmental services, museum, heritage or science writing/ journalism, and nongovernmental organisation work, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

BASc Curriculum Structure* (240 Credits)

Spanning over 4 years of full-time study

*May subject to change

  

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

Language Courses 

Common Core Courses

(36 credits)

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BASc CORE COURSES

(18 credits)

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INTERDISCIPLINARY 
CURRICULUM

Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods in Interdisciplinary Studies

Interdisciplinary Capstone Course

Courses from Two Pathways:

1. Cultures / Socieities

2. Physical World / Biological / Human Sciences

Internship

(96 credits)

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ELECTIVES 

(90 credits)

 

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