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Programme Information


The BA-CHI Degree Programme provides students with varied and in-depth training in both academic and practical skills. The Programme covers the basic knowledge of Chinese philology, classics, and literature, while it also emphasises practical skills such as Chinese writing for various purposes, oral communication, and Putonghua. It embodies the idea of applying the traditional wisdom of Chinese to the modern society, and it focuses on the transfer of both academic and practical knowledge. It aims to guide students on their way to be responsible and competent talents who are sought after by employers.

 

This is a four-year study programme. Students will be required to complete at least 40 modules (120 credits) over the four years. Besides the graduation requirements stipulated by the College, students must attain Third Class Grade A in Putonghua Shuiping Ceshi (PSC) in order to be eligible for the BA-CHI Degree.

 

The number and distribution of modules are as follows:

Study Areas

Number of Modules

Credits

1. Chinese Studies

23

69

(i) Core

15

45

(ii) Elective

(at least 2 from academic area and pragmatic area respectively)

8

24

2. Common Core Curriculum

12

36

(i) General Education

7

21

(ii) Language (English)

3

9

(iii) Quantitative Methods and IT Skills

2

6

3. Business Education

2

6

4. Free Electives

3

9

Total

40

120

 

Title of Qualification: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Chinese
QF Level: 5
QR Registration No.: 15/002576/L5
Primary Area of Study: Languages, Translation and Literature

 

Programme Objectives:

  • PO1:   Through incorporating multi-disciplinary elements, the programme encourages students to think independently and creatively, and to become autonomous learners for life-long learning;
  • PO2:   To equip students with interpersonal and communication skills in preparation for them to take up leading roles in their careers;
  • PO3:   To nurture students into upright citizens who are ready to shoulder responsibilities for their profession and society;
  • PO4:   To encourage students to concern themselves with global issues and to appreciate the refined elements of local culture, through which they can apply their knowledge to the proper context;
  • PO5:   To teach students comprehensive and practical skills about language so as to enhance their language abilities and boost their confidence;
  • PO6:  To increase their cultural literacy through consolidating their knowledge of Chinese language and literature; 
  • PO7:  To equip students with analytical and problem-solving skills and guide them in exploring their creativity, through which they will become competent in pursuing an academic path or a career related to language and creation.

 

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs):

  • PILO1:   Manage to learn independently, and address professional and personal challenges using the inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary knowledge acquired;
  • PILO2:  Possess effective social and interpersonal skills to work with others, and establish and manage good relationships to enhance individual and team collaboration;
  • PILO3:   Evaluate own contributions and responsibilities in becoming responsible employees and leaders;
  • PILO4:  Possess broad horizons, develop an informed understanding of Chinese and Western cultures, and be investigative about various global issues and developments related to business, politics, cultures, society, science and technology;
  • PILO5:   Command good Chinese writing skills, and communicate and collaborate with others with fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and good English in the trilingual society;
  • PILO6:   Command the knowledge and theories of Chinese language, literature and cultures, and apply them in their daily life, work, and relevant academic research;
  • PILO7:   Cultivate innovative thinking, aesthetic appreciation of arts, analytical and problem-solving skills with knowledge and theories of Chinese language, literature and cultures.

 

 

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BA-CHI programme pamphlet (Text Version)