The Liberal Art University in Hong Kong
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Business

BUS2107 Legal Aspects of Business
BUS2202 Organisational Behaviour
BUS2205 Marketing Management
CLD9003 Statistics in Modern Society

Humanities

CHI4342A Special Topics in Hong Kong Literature and Hong Kong Culture: Food Literature and Culture
HST4357 History of Twentieth Century Europe
PHI3278 Metaethics
PHI4375 Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence

Science (Notes 4 and 5)

Courses offered by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Only for LU students)
CHEM 1002 Introduction to Chemistry of Cosmetics
CIVL 1130 Monumental Structures from Ancient to Modern Times
ENVR 2020 Urban Air Pollution
LIFS 1020 Biology of Human Health
LIFS 1030 Environmental Science
PHYS 1006 Astronomy for Beginners

Service-Learning

CLE9027 Cross-Border Service-Learning Theory and Practice
MGSL3001 Service Leadership Practicum
SLP1101 Community Engagement through Service-Learning

Social Sciences

ECO3208 Principles of Public Policy
POL2101 Introduction to Political Science
SOC4101 Qualitative Research Methods


Course Descriptions:

Courses offered by Lingnan in 4-digit
Courses offered by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Notes:

1.
The University reserves the right not to offer the above listed courses.
2.
All courses are credit-bearing unless otherwise specified. Each of them carries 3 credits unless otherwise specified.
3.
Students should have fulfilled the prerequisite requirement (if any) or have attained equivalent qualifications before enrollment. (Please refer to the course descriptions and relevant syllabi.)
4.
The study period of courses offered by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology is different from that of LU’s summer courses. Please refer to the Course Description for details.
5.
For LU students: the above courses offered by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology can be recognised for credit transfer if students pass the course(s) concerned, but the grade(s) so obtained would not be included in any GPA calculation, and both the course(s) and grade(s) so obtained would be listed in students’ transcript. The course credits can be transferred as credits for Free Electives / General Education Category D (GED) courses / “Science, Technology and Society” courses in the core curriculum.