Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Global Liberal Arts
LEO Dr David P. Chan Bachelor of Science (Honours) Data Science
Faculty of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Contemporary English Studies
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Cultural Studies
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Philosophy
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Translation
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Visual Studies
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Animation and Digital Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Chinese Literature, History and Philosophy
Faculty of Business
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) - Risk and Insurance Management
Faculty of Social Sciences
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours)
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- Intake in the above refers to the year of admission to Year 1 studies of the BA/BBA/BSocSc/BSc programme. It does not denote the year in which Arts students are allocated to the individual Major programmes, which is done in their Year 2. For example, a student admitted to the Faculty of Arts in 2018-19 shall refer to the curriculum for 2018 intake although he/she pursues the Major from 2019-20.
- For a student who is designated as a Year 3 student upon admission, he/she should follow the programme structure of his/her peers. For example, a student admitted as a Year 3 student in 2019-20 should follow the programme structure of 2017 intake.
- Notwithstanding point 2 above, for a student who is designated as a Year 3 student upon admission in 2019-20, he/she should follow the revised Core Curriculum and the revamped English Language Enhancement (ELE) Curriculum. For a student directly admitted to Year 2 in 2019-20, he or she should follow the revamped ELE curriculum. For details, please refer to https://www.ln.edu.hk/reg/undergraduate-programmes/core-curriculum and https://www.ln.edu.hk/reg/undergraduate-programmes/english-language-enhancement-ele-curriculum respectively.
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