Undergraduate

PROGRAMME INFO STUDY PLAN FORMS & INFO

PROGRAMME INFO

To offer high-quality academic training in the field of sociology, with specific reference to both global developmental trends and the local transformations in Macao.

To help students broaden their social vision and thereby enhance their ability to critically reflect upon their personal lives and social issues, as well as the intricate relations between the two.

Medium of Instruction
The medium of instruction is English.


Admission Requirements
In accordance with the University Admission Regulations, applications through Admission Examination will require English I, and Mathematics B.


Graduation Requirements
For students admitted in 2010/2011 and before: Graduation requires a completion of a minimum of 144 credits, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (i.e. an average grade of C), and a passing grade of all compulsory/required elective courses.

For students admitted from 2011/2012 onwards: Graduation requires a completion of a minimum of 132 credits, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (i.e. an average grade of C), and a passing grade of all compulsory/required elective courses. Note that you can re-take a course if it is less than C (i.e., D or F), but the maximum score you can get is a C, however you do in the re-take, and no matter how many times you re-take it.

STUDY PLAN

For students admitted from 2017/2018 onwards:

 ● Study Plan
 ● List of Courses
 ● Course Descriptions

For students admitted from 2011/2012 onwards:

 ● Study Plan
 ● List of Courses
 ● Course Descriptions

For students admitted in 2010/2011 and before:

 ● Study Plan
 ● List of Courses
 ● Course Descriptions

FORMS & INFO

■ For students admitted in 2010/2011 and before:

      ■ Declaration of Specialization 
      ■ Major in Sociology 
      ■ Major in Social Problems and Social Administration 
      ■ Major in Contemporary China Studies

■ For students admitted from 2011/2012 onwards:

      ——Graduation Checking List

■ Course Equivalence

      ■ SOC Courses
      ■ ALL Courses

■ Textbook Information

      ——Fall 2016/2017

General Application Forms

■ Time Table

      ■ Fall 2016/2017