Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) – Health and Social Service Management 社會科學(榮譽)學士 - 健康及社會服務管理
BSocSc (Hons) HSSM
The program is jointly offered by the Department of Sociology and Social Policy and the Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies. It introduces the latest theories and practices in health and social services and also offers an internship opportunity for students to apply classroom knowledge to a work setting. After completing this program, students will be equipped with skills in leading a team, managing a social enterprise, evaluating the impact of health and welfare programs, critically analysing policies, and writing reports and grant applications. Graduates of this program will be able to take up a wide range of jobs related to social services and healthcare in both public and private sectors such as project officers, education and training officers, social services administrators and research officers.
- Programme Entrance Requirements
- General Entrance Requirements
|Core Subjects||Minimum Level|
|MATHEMATICS COMPULSORY PART||2|
|Elective Subject(s)||Minimum Level|
|One of the following elective subjects:|
|ANY 1 SUBJECT||2|
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 will be used as additional supporting information.
- Other Language subjects in Category C will be recognised as unspecified elective subjects. The minimum requirement is Grade E.
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.
First Year Tuition Fee