Full Time Undergraduate Programme

  • BSc(Hons) in Computing
    • Programme Aims & Learning Outcomes

      The BSc (Hons) in Computing emphasizes on applying computing theories and programming methodologies to design and develop fast and smart computing systems and software. The programme equips students with solid foundations of computer science for solving practical problems and developing software for high performance and intelligent computing systems.

      The representative subjects include:

      • Game Design and Development
      • Human-Computer Interaction
      • Data Mining and Data Warehousing
      • Big Data Analytics

      Graduates are equipped to become analyst programmers, system analysts, software engineers, database administrators or software architects in both public and private sectors.

    • Programme Characteristics
      • Features a rich set of Electives that cover real-life applications, such as Data Mining, Multimedia and Game Programming, E-Commerce, Financial and Social Computing.
      • Minor option: students can apply to pursue a Minor study in any discipline
      • Students with backgrounds in Arts, Science or Business can apply.
    • Programme Structure

      All students are admitted to the Broad Discipline of Computing. In the first year, they take a common set of subjects to lay a foundation for university study and gain a taste of the broad discipline. In the second year, they can select the individual awards and study the corresponding content. All three awards feature the minor option and an individual or a group integrative capstone project in the final year.

      • Year One: fundamental knowledge, laying the foundation for university study, a taste of the broad discipline.
      • Year Two: generic broadening computing skills, and basic business and management concepts.
      • Year Three: strengthening computing technologies and applications in IT.
      • Final Year: specialisation in different areas such as data mining, computer graphics, e-commerce, Internet computing, multimedia computing and game programming.
    • Entrance Requirements

      Students must satisfy the minimum University's General Entrance Requirements:

      - Level 3 - English Language, Chinese Language and two elective subjects (including M1/M2); and
      - Level 2 - Mathematics and Liberal Studies. 

      There is no compulsory subject requirement. Preferred subjects for the programme include:
      - English;
      - Mathematics;
      - Extended Modules of Mathematics (M1/M2);
      - Information and Communication Technology (ICT);
      - Physics/Biology/Chemistry (Single or Combined Science);
      - Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS); 
      - Economics

  • BSc(Hons) in Enterprise Information Systems
    • Programme Aims & Learning Outcomes

      The BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Information Systems focuses on applying computing technologies and enterprise information to develop and manage business solutions.

      The programme emphasises on e-business and information systems strategies, their applications, as well as design and development skills.

      The representative subjects include:

      • Business and Information Systems Strategies
      • Software Project Management
      • IT Entrepreneurship
      • Information Systems Audit and Control

      Graduates are equipped to become management executives, business analysts, system developers, project managers and information system managers.

    • Programme Characteristics
      • A balanced curriculum that covers technology, management and business, with strong emphasis on computing techniques and applications, and software design and development skills in the business sector, such as logistics, customer relationship, audit and control.
      • Minor option: students can apply to pursue a Minor study in any discipline.
      • Students with backgrounds in Arts, Science or Business can apply.
    • Programme Structure

      All students are admitted to the Broad Discipline of Computing. In the first year, they take a common set of subjects to lay a foundation for university study and gain a taste of the broad discipline. In the second year, they can select the individual awards and study the corresponding content. All three awards feature the minor option and an individual or a group integrative capstone project in the final year.

      • Year One: fundamental knowledge, laying the foundation for university study and gaining a taste of the broad discipline.
      • Year Two: basic computing and IT concepts, underlying technologies, business, accounting and management concepts.
      • Year Three: a broadening year featuring various aspects of computing skills and knowledge of enterprise information systems.
      • Final Year: specialisation in areas such as Information System Management, Audit & Control, Decision Support, Knowledge & Project Management, Business Process Management, Logistics and Workflow.
    • Entrance Requirements

      Students must satisfy the minimum University's General Entrance Requirements:

      - Level 3 - English Language, Chinese Language and two elective subjects (including M1/M2); and
      - Level 2 - Mathematics and Liberal Studies. 

      There is no compulsory subject requirement. Preferred subjects for the programme include:
      - English;
      - Mathematics;
      - Extended Modules of Mathematics (M1/M2);
      - Information and Communication Technology (ICT);
      - Physics/Biology/Chemistry (Single or Combined Science);
      - Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS); 
      - Economics

  • BSc(Hons) in Financial Technology and Artificial Intelligence
    • Programme Aims & Learning Outcomes

      The BSc (Hons) in Financial Technology and Artificial Intelligence aims to cultivate financial technologists with the strength of developing intelligent software applications and innovative finance solutions.

      The programme equips students with good fundamental computing knowledge with a focus in AI, sound finance concepts, strong intellectual and practical skills to apply computing technologies in finance and related areas.

      The representative subjects include:

      • Business Finance
      • E-Payment and Crypto Currency
      • Emerging Topics in FinTech
      • Machine Learning

      Graduates are expected to become financial technologists who can fill the talent gap of the fast growing FinTech field. Career opportunities in FinTech are enormous in Hong Kong and worldwide such as financial consultants, AI consultants, financial data analysts, FinTech system developer and entrepreneurs.

    • Programme Characteristics
      • An inter-disciplinary curriculum that covers software engineering, systems security, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cryptocurrency, crowdfunding and e-finance, big data and others.
      • Minor option: students can apply to pursue a Minor study in any discipline
      • Students with backgrounds in Arts, Science or Business can apply.
    • Programme Structure

      All students are admitted to the Broad Discipline of Computing. In the first year, they take a common set of subjects to lay a foundation for university study and gain a taste of the broad discipline. In the second year, they can select the individual awards and study the corresponding content. All the awards feature the minor option and an individual or a group integrative capstone project in the final year.

      • Year One: fundamental knowledge, laying the foundation for university study, a taste of the broad discipline.
      • Year Two: broadening computing skills, basic economics, accounting and finance concepts.
      • Year Three: a strengthening year with core subjects like software engineering, systems security as well as computing/finance electives.
      • Final Year: specialisation in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning & pattern recognition, crowdfunding & e-finance, e-payment & cryptocurrency.
    • Entrance Requirements

      Students must satisfy the minimum University's General Entrance Requirements:

      - Level 3 - English Language, Chinese Language and two elective subjects (including M1/M2); and
      - Level 2 - Mathematics and Liberal Studies. 

      There is no compulsory subject requirement. Preferred subjects for the programme include:
      - English;
      - Mathematics;
      - Extended Modules of Mathematics (M1/M2);
      - Information and Communication Technology (ICT);
      - Physics/Biology/Chemistry (Single or Combined Science);
      - Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS); 
      - Economics

  • BSc(Hons) in Information Technology
    • Programme Aims & Learning Outcomes

      The BSc (Hons) in Information Technology is oriented towards integrating computing devices, systems and software to design and implement IT architectures for advanced applications.

      The programme trains students to think creatively and systematically. They gain knowledge in hardware and software engineering principles as well as system modelling, which allows them to develop integrated technologies for IT applications.

      The representative subjects include:

      • Computer Networking
      • System Programming
      • Internet and System Security
      • Mobile Computing

      Graduates are equipped to become game and mobile apps designer, information technology security specialists and information technology architects.

    • Programme Characteristics
      • Facilitation of in-depth learning in the integration of software, hardware and networking, and the development of innovative software.
      • Focused on emerging technologies such as innovative computing, network security and secured computing, mobile and pervasive computing, embedded computing and biometrics.
      • Minor option: students can apply to pursue a Minor study in any discipline.
      • Suitable for students with a background in science.
    • Programme Structure

      All students are admitted to the Broad Discipline of Computing. In the first year, they take a common set of subjects to lay a foundation for university study and gain a taste of the broad discipline. In the second year, they can select the individual awards and study the corresponding content. All three awards feature the minor option and an individual or a group integrative capstone project in the final year.

      • Year One: fundamental knowledge, laying the foundation for university study and gaining a taste of the broad discipline
      • Years Two and Three: basic knowledge in computing and hardware with emphasis on innovative computing paradigm, networking, IT infrastructure design, implementation and maintenance.
      • Final Year: corporate Networking and Internet Security, System Programming, Embedded Computing, and the integration of IT technologies with practical systems and applications.
    • Entrance Requirements

      Students must satisfy the minimum University's General Entrance Requirements:

      - Level 3 - English Language, Chinese Language and two elective subjects (including M1/M2); and
      - Level 2 - Mathematics and Liberal Studies. 

      There is no compulsory subject requirement. Preferred subjects for the programme include:
      - English;
      - Mathematics;
      - Extended Modules of Mathematics (M1/M2);
      - Information and Communication Technology (ICT);
      - Physics/Biology/Chemistry (Single or Combined Science);
      - Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS); 
      - Economics