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BSocSc (Hons) in Government & International Studies

GE Capstone

The following tables explain how the double counting works for the BSocSc (Hons) in Government and International Studies and Minor Programme in Political Science for the GE level 3 GE Capstone courses GCAP3195 "Hong Kong and the World", GCAP3196 "Building Sustainable Cities (Interdisciplinary Independent Study)" and GCAP3197 "GE Capstone Interdisciplinary Independent Study (GIS)".

* Remarks: All replacement courses will NOT be counted towards major/minor/concentration requirements and hence should be different from what are double-counted towards.

 

 

BSocSc (Hons) in Government and International Studies (Academic Year 2019-20 onward)
Course Type Specific Course Group * Replacement Courses
Required Courses #N-SOSC-CORE-002 Social Sciences Experiential Learning in Action Any GIS Major Elective Courses

 

 

BSocSc (Hons) in Government and International Studies (Academic Year 2018-19)
Course Type Specific Course Group * Replacement Courses
Elective Courses All Major Electives Any Level 2 or Level 3 GIS Courses

 

 

Minor Programme in Political Science
Course Type Specific Course Group * Replacement Courses
Elective Courses #R-PS-ELECT-001 Not Specified