Minor Programs

Our Minor programs are designed to equip students majoring in science, engineering and business with broader knowledge of human culture and society, and to provide them with alternative resources, creativity and imagination. Our programs encourage students to study the humanities with interdisciplinary approaches, thereby further strengthening their analytical and communication skills. Taking a minor in addition to the major will enhance students' competitiveness and flexibility in their choice of career paths, and help them better able to meet life's many challenges. Currently, the Division of Humanities offers three Minor Programs:

Minor in Humanities
The Humanities courses are grouped into six areas, namely:

  • Multidisciplinary
  • Linguistics
  • Literature
  • History and Anthropology
  • Philosophy and Religion
  • Music

Students are free to specialize in a single area or take courses across different areas according to their interest.
 

Minor in China Studies
The China Studies Minor Program is a cross-divisional program and its courses are grouped into four areas, namely:

  • History, Society and Culture
  • Economy and Politics
  • China and the World
  • Hong Kong Studies

Students are free to specialize in a single area or take courses across different areas according to their interest.
 

Minor in Liberal Studies
The Liberal Studies Minor Program is a cross-divisional program and its courses are grouped into five areas, namely:

  • Individual and Society
  • Asia and Global Processes
  • Citizenship, Democracy and Nationalism
  • Technology and Environment
  • Culture and Modern Life

Students are free to specialize in a single area or take courses across different areas according to their interest.

 

Last update: 10 Jan 2017