The M.A. by Coursework programme is structured around course requirements with no dissertation requirement. Students will be expecting programmes to involve attendance at formal classes, seminars, laboratories and written examinations. As part of the assignments, some modules also require the candidate to undertake a project.
To provide a comprehensive and high quality program for students interested in Chinese literature, history, philosophy, language, and issues related to overseas Chinese communities. Students from various backgrounds are welcomed to apply. This program will also provide graduate training for Chinese Language teachers, editors, journalists, and other relevant professionals that use Chinese as a major language medium.
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* Students will have to read 10 modules in total and are not required to write a dissertation.
* Students would be allowed to choose all CHC coded modules, and all Level 5000 and Level 6000 CH modules, except “CH6770 Graduate Research Seminar” as electives for the graduation requirements of MA(CCL) program. However, students who intend to read CH modules are to take note of the following
(a) Students are only allowed to read a maximum of 2 CH Level 5000/6000 modules per semester
(b) Students are to take note that the modules with overlapping content should not be taken
(c) This new program structure would be effective from Cohort AY2018/2019 onwards
(d) As this is subjected to department’s approval, please complete the application form and submit to the department’s person-in-charge before the deadline
A fulltime candidate must take at least three modules in a semester and may take up to a maximum of five modules in a semester
A part-time candidate must take at least one module in a semester and may take up to a maximum of three modules in a semester
Please refer to the teaching schedule here (Current students-> Graduates->modules offered).