Prospective students are suggested indicating at most two selected specializations when submitting applications; however, the actual offering of each specialization is subject to the School’s course scheduling and the number of perspective students in each specialization.
Provides advanced training in economics, in order for students to analyse economic issues from economic viewpoints
Trains postgraduate economics students with sound knowledge in economic theory and econometrics modelling techniques to facilitate policy formulation and implication through developing optimal solutions, and to accomplish excellence in undertaking research in economics
Provides postgraduate education and training in public and economic policy analysis with econometric modelling and data science emphases
Graduates will be particularly competitive in the job market for positions directly related to economic research in both private and public sectors
Concentrates on master-level applied psychology for organizational, consumer behavioural and general decision-making activities that are closely tied to the growth of individuals and society as a whole
Offers teaching of both theoretical principles and research skills expected of a competent social scientist
Prepares individuals of diverse backgrounds for the realm of applied psychology
Develops and enhances students’ analytical and research skills, particularly those related to the analysis of crime control and social policies with reference to the contexts of the global world in general and Greater China in particular
Familiarizes students with the human dynamics and issues in crime control and policing with criminological knowledge
Enhances the knowledge of learners who serve as practitioners in crime control and social policy in both governmental and non-governmental agents who want to enhance their knowledge in these policy areas
Equips students with the knowledge and skills to comprehend issues pertinent to global and public governance, which are often closely intertwined nowadays
A multi-disciplinary programme involving studies of politics, economics, and China and Hong Kong studies
Built on two major emphases: (a) international politics and global governance and (b) politics and governance of China and Hong Kong
Graduates will be particularly competitive in the job market for positions directly related to global policy analysis in both the public and private sectors; research positions in universities or think tanks, and the mass media; and international governmental and non-governmental organizations.