Undergraduate Programmes

4-year Programme

First
Year Admission

Senior Year Admission
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Bachelor of Arts (Honours)^
offered
not offered
Arts
Arts

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Chinese

offered
offered
Chinese
Chinese

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Contemporary English Studies

offered
offered
Contemporary English Studies
Contemporary English Studies

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Cultural Studies

offered
offered
Cultural Studies
Cultural Studies

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History

offered
offered
History
History

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Philosophy

offered
offered
Philosophy
Philosophy

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Translation

offered
offered
Translation
Translation

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Visual Studies

offered
offered
Visual Studies
Visual Studies
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)#
offered
offered
Business Administration
Business Administration
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)
- Risk and Insurance Management
offered
not offered
Risk and Insurance Management
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours)#
offered
offered
Social Sciences
Social Sciences

* Programme introductions recorded on Information Day.
   
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Students admitted to the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) programme will select a major by the end of their first year of study. The main criteria in allocation will be a student's preference, his or her overall academic performance and suitability for the Major. Starting from the 2016 intake, two more new major programmes are available for students admitted via broad-based admission. They are the interdisciplinary major in Chinese Literature, History and Philosophy and the student-designed major. For details, please visit www.LN.edu.hk/arts.
   
# Students who are eligible for senior year admission may be directly admitted to the Discipline Majors/Streams.

 

Major/Stream Allocation Criteria

The University has adopted both broad-based and programme-based admissions to study programmes in Arts and Business Faculties. The Faculty of Social Sciences will continue to adopt broad-based admission. However, applicants may wish to note the criteria for allocation of Major Programmes/Discipline Majors/Streams of individual faculties published in the following faculty webpages:

 

Graduation Requirements of Undergraduate Programmes

In addition to the requirements stipulated in the curriculum of his/her Major programme, an undergraduate student is required to fulfil the following requirements before graduation: