An exclusion means you cannot enroll in the course in question if you reached a specified level of attainment in a public exam or if you have taken, or are registered in, a specified HKUST course. Co-listed, Multi-coded and Equivalent Courses Courses marked
Exclusion of Surplus Course for GGA Calculation For students admitted in 2017-18 or before, the classification of awards is based on students’ Graduation Grade Average (GGA). Students may request surplus courses to be excluded from the calculation of GGA (note that CGA remains unchanged and will not be improved by excluding surplus courses.)
This course teaches basic application techniques in single-variable calculus and linear algebra. Key binomial theorem, generating permutations and combinations, pigeonhole principle, Ramsey theory, inclusion-exclusion principle, rook polynomials, linear
This course intends to facilitate student’s exploration in earthquake engineering through hands-on experiments. Students are grouped to design and build scaled building models using wood, glue, strings and rubber bands, which are loaded and tested on a shake
Graduation and Degree Classification Policy Updates
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HKUST – School of Engineering Course descriptions for pre-enrollment (Fall 2019) Courses which can be pre-enrolled CENG 1000 Introduction to Chemical and Biological Engineering [3 Credit(s)] From chemistry to engineering, molecules to useful products.
Students are recommended to take ISOM 3230. Unless you have taken COMP 1022Q, which is an exclusion of ISOM 3230, then you may take ISOM 3320 or ISOM 3360. This is applicable to students admitted to HKUST in or before 2017-18. Since another IS
[Previous Course Code(s): CIVL 4100B] This course introduces principles of systems analysis for the planning and management of the environment. The course aims to provide students with the ability to define environmental systems, evaluate alternatives for making optimal decisions, and develop sustainable solutions.
Exclusion(s): CIVL 2160, IEDA 2510, LIFS 3150, MATH 2411, MATH 3423, . ISOM 2600 Introduction to Business Analytics 1 This course introduces students with the foundation needed to apply data analytics to real-world challenges they will confront in their
HKUST Grading Students receive a grade in each course in which they are enrolled. Transfer credits and courses graded HP/P/LP/U/Y, AU, CR, DI, DN, I, IP, P, PA, PP, PS, T and W are omitted from the calculation of grade point averages. Grading (prior to
Course Information Course details are given in the Course Catalog. Each course has a course code that starts with four letters followed by four digits. The letters show the area / program of study or the department offering the course. The course description will
The Center for Language Education continues to provide innovative teaching for language learning to HKUST students. To see what courses we offer for undergraduate students, visit here for our English curriculum and here for our Chinese curriculum.
A guide for students The Senate approved revised Academic Regulations (ARs) for three-year degrees at its June 2011 meeting. This revision of the Academic Regulations is intended to achieve three things: To prepare for the changes related to implementing a
Course Description LANG5000 is for students who have not yet fulfilled the English language requirement of the University only. This course addresses the immediate linguistic needs of newly-arrived postgraduate research students. It is designed to raise their
The course covers theories such as strategy formulation, company branding, human perceptions, as well as fundamental implementation skills such as audio data processing, special image effects, and video handling techniques. Exclusion(s): ELEC 4170
Exclusion(s): SOSC1661, SOSC 1662 3 SOSC 1850 [Previous Codes: SOSC 185] Understanding Society This course will help students appreciate the power of the sociological imagination in understanding their everyday lives.
Exclusion(s): ISOM 519 Prerequisite(s): ISOM 3180 ISOM 3390 Business Programming in R 3 Credits This course provides an introduction to business programming using R. Students will learn the programming concepts and syntax of R and develop R scripts
The HKUST Business School works closely with corporates, NGOs and alumni in offering options for business undergraduates to prepare for their career and personal growth. Employers Overview Job Posting & Recruiting Support Connect with UG Business
Transfer of credit can be of two types: course-credit transfer, where a transferred course is equivalent to a specific course in the HKUST course catalog, or credit-only transfer, where only credits are transferred. Transfer credits granted will not be included in the 6.2
AU: Audited (see AR 5.9)
Math1003* A course in basic single variable calculus and linear algebra. In general, this course cannot fulfill the prerequisites for taking other more advanced math courses. However, students receiving a grade of A- or above will exceptionally be allowed to
Credit load will be spread over the year. For students in the BEng in Computer Science and BEng in Computer Engineering programs under the four-year degree only. Instructor’s approval is required for enrollment in the course. Exclusion(s): COMP 4981
This course discusses the application of various numerical methods to solve typical problems found in the chemical engineering discipline. Topics include systems of linear and non-linear algebraic equations, ordinary and partial differential equations, and numerical
So far, there is no similar course being offered in Hong Kong’s higher education or within HKUST. The addition of the course will definitely fill in the void of such an important subject. We want our engineering graduates to possess the skills of this extremely important subject to enhance their careers.
Each course has four exercises which you need to submit, and a final exam There are no taught (face to face) lectures or labs for these courses but you need to take a written exam at the end of the semester You work on the exercises in your own time and
This guide is developed for LANG 1002 students, to help you find and cite sources for your expository essay, in which you introduce a past game-changing idea and explain its impact. Why was it a game changer? What were the conditions at the time which made
Author: Eunice Wong
To do so please bring the materials from your relevant course(s) with you when you come to HKUST, e.g., syllabi, course notes, textbooks, homeworks, whatever you have that describes the course contents, and give them to the PG coordinator.
Bioengineering is an interdisciplinary field that integrates biological sciences, physics, chemistry, medicine and engineering. This course will provide a survey of bioengineering research areas to provide our research postgraduate students a broad appreciation of
This course is for students with no physics background Exclusion: A passing grade in HKCEE Physics; Level 3 or above in HKDSE 1/2x Physics or HIKDSE 1x Physics; any PHYS courses at 1100-level or above Common Core Course DEPARTMENT OF
This course is designed as an introductory course in biomedical engineering. The aim of this course is to present some of the basic science and human physiology knowledge used by biomedical engineers and illustrates the first steps in applying this knowledge to
those works (if any) listed in writing by the Licensor and issued to the Licensee in January and July of each year during the Term. The exclusion list and additions to the exclusion list shall not take effect until one month after written notification to the Licensee
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graduates) if they wish to make such course exclusion. For surplus 4000-level CIVL courses with grades at 3.0 or above, their exclusion will allow students to apply for credit transfer when pursuing postgraduate studies at HKUST in the future.
A co-requisite is a course which must be taken prior to, or at the same time as, the specified course. An exclusion means you cannot enroll in the course in question if you reached a specified level of attainment in a public examination or if you have taken, or are registered in, a specified HKUST course.
Exclusion(s): ENVS 5116. RMBI 4000B Environmental Risk Management [3 credits] This course is designed to provide students an overview of environmental risk management regarding climate change, energy use, chemical toxicology, waste disposal, water and air
Courses For the most updated course descriptions, please visit here. Courses listed here will be offered based on resources available in each term and year. Details about course offerings in a particular term will be announced at course registration time.
Course duration is one year (2 terms). The supervisor’s and instructor’s approval on the enrollment form are required for taking this course. For PHYS students under the four-year degree only. Procedures and enrollment forms are available in the course web site of
[Previous Course Code(s): CHEM 3130, CHEM 313] Provides further training in the multistep organic synthesis of natural and unnatural products, and will focus on the retrosynthetic analysis, control of stereochemistry, carbonyl group chemistry, and pericyclic
Description: This is an innovative blended-learning course that comprises both independent e-learning and face-to-face tutorial components. The course covers general and up-to-date topics such as conservation biology and animal forms and functions in the field of
ISOM 3100 Business Simulation and Strategic Decisions 3 Credits This course combines a case study discussion approach to illustrate strategic decision making in business with an integrated hands-on business simulation exercise as part of the learning process.
This course provides an introduction to the key issues and analytic techniques used in international macroeconomics. The course investigates a set of standard modern dynamic intertemporal models of the economy, in an international setting.
The course also prepares students to take the Exam MFE (Models for Financial Economics) of the Society of Actuaries. Exclusion(s): FINA 3203, FINA 3203H Prerequisite(s): (MATH 2421 / MATH 2431) AND MATH 2511
All CPEG undergraduates are required to take a series of courses which provide them with fundamental knowledge of computer engineering theories, concepts, and practices. First-year students take introductory computer science and electronic courses in subjects such as computer programming, data structures and algorithms, computer organization, circuit design and electronics.
Student Life The HKUST Business School offers a variety of student enrichment activities to foster the personal growth and development of our students.
REFERENCE: HKUST Academic Manual UC60 3.4b. For courses which are repeated, the new grade obtained after repeating the course will replace the previous F grade and the course credits are only counted once in the calculation of the CGA and the GGA.)
Exclusion(s): SOSC 301E ENVR 6060 Sustainable Economics [3 Credit(s)] This course is designed to give students an interdisciplinary understanding on the concepts of sustainability, and its contemporary trend of development.
This course introduces the basic biological principles of human health and diseases with an emphasis on the contemporary leading causes of death in Hong Kong and in the world. Topics mainly focus on common and emergent diseases, aging, and the influence of biotechnology, environment and
The center, SENG, HKUST dedicates to the enhancement of building human capacity by drawing on the latest findings in engineering education research. With ‘helping people make transitions’ as a theme, the scope of the Center covers the following aspects
Exclusion: CIVL 531 *80% attendance of the entire course is required in order to obtain the certificate Seats are limited and applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.
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Exclusion: MATH 2121, MATH 2131, MATH 2350 Brief Information/synopsis: This course covers the basic concepts and computation techniques of linear algebra that are essential for various applications in science and engineering subjects. 5. IntendedNo. ILOs
It is an experiential learning course offered by CBE Department starting from Summer 2017. In addition to lectures (food chemistry, nutrition, processing, additives, safety, regulations, genetically modified foods and healthy foods, etc.), the course covers experiment
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HKUST summer courses to be offered to Lingnan University students in Summer 2017 Course Description CHEM 1002 Introduction to Chemistry of Cosmetics [3 Credit(s)] This course concentrates on the basic scientific principles in cosmetic science. Various