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Master of Arts in Cities and Governance (MCG)

Committees

Programme Curriculum Committee (PCC)

Terms of Reference
a) To take charge of the degree programme including the design, implementation and review of the curricula, inter alia, the achievement of the intended student learning outcomes;
b) To liaise with teaching staff concerned on programme matters such as course offerings for each academic year;
c) To liaise with the Registry/School of Graduate Studies on all academic matters including review of academic regulations and examination matters;
d) To review admissions policy for the programme; and
e) To deal with all other matters related to the programme.

Membership
Chairman : Programme Director for the MCG Programme
Members :  Dean of School of Graduate Studies or his/her delegate
All staff contributing towards teaching courses in the programme
One student representative
Secretary : To be appointed by the Chairman

Board of Examiners (BoE)

Terms of Reference
a) To maintain the academic standards of the programme at a level appropriate to the type of award.
b) To approve examination question papers after considering the views and recommendations of External Academic Advisers, where appropriate.
c) To maintain general supervision of the system of continuous assessment, where it applies.
d) To maintain the proper conduct of examinations.
e) To determine students' examination results.
f) To assess the progress of students and to report its decisions, including its recommendations for award classification, to the Postgraduate Studies Committee (postgraduate programmes).
g) To consider appeals referred to it by the Registrar.

Membership
Chairman :  Programme Director for the MCG Programme
Members :  Dean of School of Graduate Studies or his/her delegate
All staff concerned with the setting and marking of any part of the examinations
Secretary :  To be appointed by the Chairman

Staff-Student Consultation Committee (SSCC)

Terms of Reference
a) To promote understanding between students and teaching staff.
b) To consider feedback from students regarding teaching, learning and course evaluation and issues of importance for enhancing teaching and learning quality.
c) To consider any other matters of concern to students.
d)

To review and monitor the learning and teaching quality assurance mechanisms and processes within the programme.

e) To provide feedback to students on changes made to courses and teaching in response to the Course Teaching and Learning Evaluation exercise.
f) To formulate strategies in helping students to learn more effectively.

Membership
Chairman :  Programme Director for the MCG Programme or his/her representative
Members :  At least two staff members teaching for the Programme in the current academic year
At least 3 student representatives from variety of education/training/working backgrounds in current academic year
Co-opted :  If any, up to two co-opted members as appropriate member 
Secretary :  To be appointed by the Chairman

Advisory Board (AB)

Terms of Reference
An AB shall normally meet once a year to help plan and keep under review the following aspects of work including future developments:
a) level and length of courses/programme(s) concerned in relation to local needs;
b) the relevance of the courses/programme(s) in relation to the local needs;
c) the prospects of local employment for graduates;
d) the adequacy of the equipment and other resources of the academic unit(s) to fulfil local needs;
e) the development of teaching and other activities carried out jointly by the academic unit(s) and the appropriate sector of the community;
f) investigation consultancy and other services given by the academic unit(s); and
g) keep under review the assistance which the community can give to further the objectives of the University in the subject concerned by way of practical training facilities, the provision of part-time teaching staff and equipment, the award of scholarships, student-fellowships, etc.

Membership
Dr. CHAN Roger C.K (Chairman) Associate Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong
Prof. YE Lin Professor, School of Government, Sun Yat-sen University
Prof. CHING May Bo Professor, Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong
Dr. WU Alfred Muluan Assistant Dean (Research), Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Dr. HU Fox Zhiyong Associate Professor, Department of Asian and Policy Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong