This academic year, Hang Seng University offers courses on the Constitution, Basic Law and National Security Law for students to take.
Principal He Shunwen pointed out how to study how to become a major subject and add compulsory items, but it may not necessarily be taught in a lecture mode, and may be studied in a non-teaching method.
In addition, the school will offer two taught master's programs this year, "Master of Arts in Cultural Heritage Management" and "Master of Social Sciences in Public Policy and Risk Governance", but the bachelor's program will not be added.
This academic year, Evergrande launched courses on the Constitution, Basic Law and National Security Law for students to take.
Principal He Shunwen said at the media tea gathering today (30th) that he is studying how to become a major subject and adding compulsory items, but it may not be taught in a lecture mode, and may be studied in a non-teaching method.
He also said that he is studying how to add elements of the Basic Law, the National Security Law and the Constitution to the subject, and will also hold exhibitions and lectures to increase students' understanding.
He Shunwen pointed out that the research is adding compulsory items, but it may not be taught in a lecture mode, and may be studied in a non-teaching method.
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Two additional taught master's programs
He Shunmin said that due to the decline in the number of sixth-form students, Evergrande did not offer additional bachelor programs this year, but increased taught master programs, including "Master of Arts in Cultural Heritage Management" and "Master of Social Sciences in Public Policy and Risk Governance".
He pointed out that Evergrande has 26 bachelor programs and 14 master programs so far, with a total of 475 students taking master programs. It is expected that there will be about 600 master students after adding new courses in the coming year.
The foundation work of the new teaching building, Creative People’s Hall, was completed at the end of last year and is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.
He Shunwen also pointed out that Evergrande has strengthened its cooperation with Oxford University, Harvard University, and the University of California, and can send students to summer courses every year to help students broaden their horizons and acquire cross-cultural perspectives. Participating students will also receive part of Evergrande’s subsidy , After completing the course, the learning experience will be shared with the Evergrande community.
Evergrande launched two master’s programs in September this year, involving cultural heritage management and public policy and risk management. Evergrande’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences integrates humanities, art and technology to cultivate creative and cultural professionals. Evergrande expects to launch national security courses as soon as January next year. Principal He Shunwen: Students can optional study