Bachelor of Science with Honours in Cyber and Computer Security (BSCHCCSJ1) (JUPAS Code: 9719)
Bachelor of Science
Face to Face Mode Full-time Four Years
Cyber security is one of the most in-demand skillsets around the world. Cyberattacks and cybercrime causes billions of financial loss. There will be a huge global need gap for cyber security professionals in the near future, which have a high demand in finance, government, logistics, healthcare, network services and utilities.
The programme covers a range of topics in networking, computer architecture, advanced computer design, communication systems, software development, as well as specialized areas in cyber security, digital forensics, Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence (AI).
Graduates of our programme will be equipped with comprehensive knowledge in hardware, software, infrastructure, and professional practices in cyber security. Potential employers include mobile and network services providers, system solutions companies, cyber security consultants, and IT departments of large companies and organizations.
Admission Requirements and Application
Student shall have attained in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination:
Level 3 or above in Chinese and English; Level 2 or above in Mathematics, Liberal Studies and
an elective subjects.
Students who are intending to sit the HKDSE should apply through [JUPAS]. The JUPAS Code is 9719.
Students who are not sitting the HKDSE this year and have an equivalent qualification such as IB or GCE-A Level should apply through [Direct Application].
The tuition fees charged is based on the number of credits taken per semester. Please refer to [Tuition Fees] page of the Fulltime College.
The first two years of study mainly cover basic sciences, mathematics, basic programming, and other core courses at foundation and middle levels, as well as General Education and English Enhancement courses. Advanced level courses are offered starting in Year 3. To give students the choice of specialism, elective courses are offered in the final year. There is also a final year project course in Year 4. To graduate, students must complete 110 credits of core courses, 20 credits of elective courses, 20 credits of general education courses, and 10 credits of English enhancement courses.