Undergraduate Courses

Designated General Education/Common Core Courses

Course Description (in alphabetical order of course codes)
* Course descriptions are arranged in alphabetical order, based on course codes. Courses listed here will be offered according to resources available in each term and year. Details of course offerings in a particular term will be announced at course registration time.
* With effect from Fall 2011-12, all 3-digit codes of existing active courses will be converted into 4-digit ones.

ACCT Accounting     LAGR Language for Environmental Issues
BIEN Bioengineering     LANG Language
CENG Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering     LIFS Life Science
CHEM Chemistry     MARK Marketing
CIVL Civil and Environmental Engineering     MATH Mathematics
COMP Computer Science and Engineering     MECH Mechanical Engineering
ECON Economics     MGMT Management
ELEC Electronic and Computer Engineering     PHYS Physics
ENGG School of Engineering     RMBI Risk Management and Business Intelligence
ENVR Environment     SBMT School of Business and Management
FINA Finance     SCED Science/IT Education
GBUS Global Business     SCIE School of Science
GNED General Education     SHSS School of Humanities and Social Science
HART Studio Arts courses offered by HUMA     SIHS Summer Institute íV School of H&SS
HLTH Health and Physical Education     SISC Summer Institute íV School of Science
HUMA Humanities     SOSC Social Science
IELM Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management     TEMG Technology and Management
IROP International Research Opportunities Program     TYSP Talented Youth Summer Program
ISOM Information Syst, Business Stats & Operations Mgmt     UROP Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
LABU Language for Business        

Note:
1) SCED Science / IT Education Taught by HKIEd faculty

Conversion Table of 3-digit to 4-digit Course Codes

* This conversion table intends to facilitate staff and continuing students in searching for corresponding 4-digit new codes of the existing 3-digit coded courses. New courses that are introduced in Fall 2011-12 or after are not included in the list.