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Minor Programme 201213 Essay

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Minor Programme^ (Applicable to students admitted in 2012-13)
Integrated BBA Programme^ Students are required to complete a minimum of 18 units* as follows: (a) Two required courses: MGNT1010**, 1020 (b) Three courses from the following elective courses: DSME1035 (or 2030), FINA2010 (or 2310), MGNT2040, 2510, MKTG2010 (c) One 3-unit course at DSME/FINA/MGNT/MKTG 3000 and above level *

6 units 9 units

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3 units Total: 18 units As non-IBBA-Major BBA students cannot take MGNT1010, they can take any MGNT-coded course to replace MGNT1010. Those who have taken MGNT-coded courses (or #equivalent or closely related courses) required by this minor programme in their major programme would ...view middle of the document...

Finance^ Students are required to complete a minimum of 15 units* as follows: FINA2010 or 2310 12 units of FINA courses at 3000 and above level, with no more than three 1unit FINA courses Total: * No more than two courses which count towards the fulfillment of students’ respective Major Programme requirements shall count towards the fulfillment of this Minor Programme.

(a) (b) (c)

6 units 6 units 3 units 15 units

12 units 3 units 15 units

(a) (b)

9 units 6 units 15 units

(a) (b)

3 units 12 units 15 units

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Entrepreneurship^ Students are required to complete a minimum of 18 units# as follows: For Non-IBBA Major BBA students (i.e. HTMG, IFAA, PACC and QFIN and QFRM Major students) MGNT1020*, 4570, 4620 9 units from the following multi-disciplinary courses: DSME4110, 4170, 4180, MGNT4040, 4090, 4130, MKTG3040, COMM2922, 3800, 3921, 3933, 3963, SEEM3430, 3530, 3600 Total: * MGNT1020 can be double-counted towards the fulfillment of students’ respective Major Programme requirements and the Entrepreneurship Minor Programme. HTMG1010 is equivalent to MGNT1020, and can be used to fulfill the requirement of both Hotel and Tourism Management Major Programme and Entrepreneurship Minor Programme. For Non-BBA students MGNT1010, 1020, 4570, 4620 6 units from the following multi-disciplinary courses: DSME4110, 4170, 4180, MGNT4040, 4090, 4130, MKTG3040, COMM2922, 3800, 3921, 3933, 3963, SEEM3430, 3530, 3600 Total: 18 units

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9 units 9 units

18 units

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12 units 6 units

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No more than one course which counts towards the fulfillment of students’ respective Major Programme requirement shall count towards the fulfillment of the Entrepreneurship Minor Programme. Human Resource Management^ Students are required to complete a minimum of 18 units as follows: Three required courses: MGNT1010*, 1020, 2040 Three MGNT-coded courses, at least two courses from: MGNT3010, 3040, 3060, 4050, 4060, 4080, 4110, 4130, 4140 Total: As non-IBBA-Major BBA students cannot take MGNT1010, they can take any MGNT-coded course to replace MGNT1010. Those who have taken MGNT-coded courses (or #equivalent or closely related courses) required by this minor programme in their major programme would not be allowed to take these MGNT-coded courses again. Instead, no more than two courses which count towards the fulfillment of students’ respective Major Programme requirements shall count towards the fulfillment of this Minor Programme. Management of International Business^ Students are required to complete a minimum of 18 units as follows: Three required courses: MGNT1010*, 1020, 2510 Three MGNT-coded courses, at least two courses from: MGNT3580, 4120, 4140, 4150, 4510, 4530, 4540, 4550, 4570, 4600, 4610 Total: As non-IBBA-Major BBA students cannot take MGNT1010, they can take any MGNT-coded course to replace MGNT1010. Those who have taken MGNT-coded courses (or #equivalent or closely related courses) required by this minor programme in their...

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