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Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) - Psychology 社會科學(榮譽)學士 - 心理學
BSocSc (Hons) Psychology
Psychology is the scientific study of people’s behaviors and mental processes. Our programme aims to offer comprehensive undergraduate training to students interested in learning about psychology and its application. In this programme, students will acquire foundational knowledge in courses such as Introduction to Psychology, Biological Psychology, Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, and Research Methods and Statistics for Psychology. At the advanced level, students will learn to apply psychology knowledge in subjects such as Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Health Psychology, Environmental Psychology, Stress management, Positive Psychology. Through training in knowledge and application, graduates of this program are prepared to be critical users of psychological science in everyday life.
For further study or employment in counselling or mental health related professions (e.g. social work, school psychology, healthcare, or human resources), students may opt to graduate with the Concentration in Counselling Psychology upon completion of a set of specialized courses. These courses include Human Development and Psychology of Adulthood, Abnormal Psychology, Psychological Testing and Assessment, Stress and Coping: Theory and Practices, and Counselling Psychology which focus on providing students with basic knowledge and skills in counselling practice.
- Programme Entrance Requirements
- General Entrance Requirements
|CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTNote2
|MATHEMATICS COMPULSORY PARTNote3
|Two of the following elective subjects:
|ANY 2 SUBJECTSNote4
Note1: For applicants who have studied Chinese Language for less than six years while receiving primary and secondary education; or those who have learned Chinese Language for six years or more in schools, which adopts an adapted and simpler Chinese Language curriculum not otherwise applicable to the majority of students in local schools, the University will accept the following as an alternative to the HKDSE Chinese Language:
(i) Grade E or above in the alternative Chinese Language qualifications of GCE A-Level/AS-Level; or
(ii) Grade C or 4 or above in the alternative Chinese Language qualifications of GCE O-Level/GCSE/IGCSE; or
(iii) “Attained” or above in Applied Learning Chinese.
- The above subjects refer to Category A subjects.
- Applied Learning subjects in Category B may be recognised as electives/bonus score/tie-breakers by individual programmes. For more details, please visit the undergraduate admissions website of Lingnan University (https://www.ln.edu.hk/admissions/ug).
- Other Language subjects in Category C will be recognised as unspecified elective subjects. The minimum requirement is Grade E.
- Passes in HKDSE subjects can be obtained at one or more sittings. The best grade for a subject will be used in the calculation of the score in case of multiple attempts. There is no penalty or mark deduction for repeated sittings of a subject.
Note2: Applicants with Level 2 or above in A040 Liberal Studies subject may use A040 as the alternative of the core subject requirement of A045 Citizenship and Social Development subject.
Note3: For Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Data Science, the Minimum Level for Mathematics Compulsory Part is 3.
Note4: The Mathematics Extended Parts (M1/M2) is recognised as an elective subject for the purpose of meeting the University's GERs.
Calculation of scores for applicants with more than 1 sitting in HKDSE Examination
Passes in HKDSE subjects can be obtained at one or more sittings. The best grade for a subject will be used in the calculation of the score in case of multiple attempts. There is no penalty or mark deduction for repeated sittings of a subject.
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