Bachelor of Applied Psychology with Honours, Bachelor of Business Management with Honours

Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration Bachelor of Applied Psychology with Honours, Bachelor of Business Management with Honours  
PROGRAMME CODE
JUPAS: JS9280
DIRECT APPLICATION: BAPHBMJ1
ENTRY
YEAR-1 ENTRY
YEAR-1 ENTRY
STUDY DURATION
4-YEAR DOUBLE DEGREE
4-YEAR DOUBLE DEGREE
MODE OF STUDY
FULL-TIME, FACE-TO-FACE
 

PROGRAMME CODE

 

ENTRY

STUDY DURATION

MODE OF STUDY


JUPAS: JS9280

DIRECT APPLICATION: BAPHBMJ1


YEAR-1 ENTRY
YEAR-1 ENTRY

 


4-YEAR DOUBLE DEGREE
4-YEAR DOUBLE DEGREE

 

FULL-TIME, FACE-TO-FACE

 

PROGRAMME CODE

 

ENTRY

 

STUDY DURATION

 

MODE OF STUDY


JUPAS: JS9280

DIRECT APPLICATION: BAPHBMJ1


YEAR-1 ENTRY
YEAR-1 ENTRY

 


4-YEAR DOUBLE DEGREE
4-YEAR DOUBLE DEGREE

 

FULL-TIME, FACE-TO-FACE

About The Programme

The Bachelor of Applied Psychology with Honours, Bachelor of Business Management with Honours is a 4-year double-degree programme. It is jointly offered by the School of Arts and Social Sciences (A&SS) and Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration (B&A). The programme aims to strengthen students’ knowledge and skills in both applied psychology and business management so that they can better understand the behaviour of individuals in groups and diverse work settings using a psychological perspective, and enjoy the competitive edge thereby developed when they enter the working world.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)

  1. Explain and critically review the development of and logic behind the main ideas, frameworks and theories of various business-related disciplines.
  2. Critically review and deal with ethical issues that may arise in the conduct of business and within organizations and propose solutions for the issues.
  3. Critically analyse and evaluate major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical and cultural trends in psychology.
  4. Synthesize insights into people’s behaviors and mental processes, taking individual differences and contextual influences into consideration.
  5. Apply research methods, including research design, data analysis and interpretation, to formulate evidence-based response to routine and professional problems in diverse settings.
  6. Integrate and apply concepts and theories of business management and psychology to identify issues, analyse situations, and make informed judgements.

Admission Requirements

 

Students shall have attained either

 

LEVEL 3 OR ABOVE

IN CHINESE LANGUAGE

LEVEL 3 OR ABOVE

IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

LEVEL 2 OR ABOVE

IN MATHEMATICS

LEVEL 2 OR ABOVE

IN LIBERAL STUDIES

LEVEL 2 OR ABOVE

IN AN ELECTIVE SUBJECT

 

in the HKDSE OR an equivalent qualification

 

Programme Structure and Contents

During the four years of study, students will need to complete 200 credits of courses, comprising 5 credits of foundation courses, 105 credits of core courses in business and psychology, 40 credits of synergy courses, 15 credits of psychology elective courses, 15 credits of business elective courses, and 20 credits Purpose-Designed General Education Courses from fields of study which are different from those of their programmes.

YEAR 1

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
BUS B200F*
Integrated Business Foundation
30
PSYC A124F
Foundation of Social Sciences: Psychology
5
Spring
BUS B200F*
Integrated Business Foundation
30
A purpose-designed general education course#
5

YEAR 2

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
MKT B250F
Introduction to Marketing
5
PSYC A236F
Positive Psychology and Mental Health
5
PSYC A321F
Social Psychology
5
PSYC A322F
Life-span Developmental Psychology
5
A purpose-designed general education course#
5
Spring
LAW B262F
Business Law I
5
PSYC A323F
Biological Psychology
5
PSYC A331F
Research Methods in Psychology
5
A purpose-designed general education course#
5
Summer
BUS B368F
Business Issues and Ethics
5
A purpose-designed general education course#
5

YEAR 3

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
MGT B441F
Human Resource Management: A Strategic Approach
5
PSYC A320F
Personality Psychology
5
PSYC A324F
Cognitive Psychology
5
PSYC A325F
Abnormal Psychology
5
Spring
MKT B363F
Consumer Behaviour
5
MGT B345F
Managing in Organizations
5
MGT B398F
Business Strategy
5
PSYC A342F
Behavioural Economics
5
PSYC A329F
Industrial-Organizational Psychology
5
Summer
BUS B338F / BUS B398F
Applied Research Project / Work-based Learning Project
20

YEAR 4

Term
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
PSYC A334F
Psychological Testing and Assessment
5
One Psychology Elective Course
5
One Business Elective Course
5
One Business Elective Course
5
Spring
PSYC A332F / PSYC A333F
History and Systems of Psychology / Current Issues in Psychology
5
One Psychology Elective Course
5
One Psychology Elective Course
5
One Business Elective Course
5

Business elective courses

Offering Term^
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
MKT B366F
Marketing Communications
5
MKT B461F
International Marketing
5
Spring
MGT B342F
Managing Key Functions in Human Resource Management: Training and Development
5
MGT B442F
Strategic Human Resource Management Issues
5
MGT B456F
Innovation Management
5
MKT B462F
Strategic Marketing
5

Psychology elective courses

Offering Term^
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
Autumn
PSYC A335F
Cyberpsychology
5
STAT A222F
Essentials of Research Inquiry
5
Spring
PSYC A326F
Clinical Psychology
5
PSYC A336F
Psychology of Language
5
PSYC A341F
Psychology of Ageing
5
PSYC A239F
Criminal Psychology
5
* Courses carry-over from the Autumn Term
 
# Purpose-Designed General Education Courses:
Students should take General Education courses from fields of study which are different from those of their programmes.
 
^ The course offering is subject to change without prior notice.

Career and Further Studies

Career Prospects

Graduates can pursue a career in psychology or people-oriented business areas such as marketing, human resource management, and community services. In addition, by completing the psychology courses in different subjects in the programme, students may apply to be a graduate member of the Hong Kong Psychological Society.

Further Studies

Opportunities are available for the graduates of this programme to pursue postgraduate studies in Hong Kong and abroad, such as Master of Business Administration degree or other master degrees in business- or psychology-related areas.

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