Undergraduate Programs 2017-18

Students studying a 4-year bachelor’s degree are required to complete the following requirements:

Program Dept/Office
Program Code
Program Title
School of Science
Life Science
  • Life Science
    BSc in Biochemistry and Cell Biology
  • BSc in Biological Science
  • BSc in Biotechnology
  • BSc in Biotechnology and Business#
Chemistry
  • Chemistry
    BSc in Chemistry
Mathematics
  • Mathematics
    BSc in Mathematics
  • BSc in Mathematics and Economics#
Physics
  • Physics
    BSc in Physics
# This is a major program jointly offered by the School of Science and the School of Business and Management.
Program Dept/Office
Program Code
Program Title
Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Chemical and Biological Engineering
    BEng in Chemical Engineering
  • BEng in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • BEng in Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
    BEng in Civil Engineering
  • BEng in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Computer Engineering Program Office
  • Computer Engineering Program Office
    BEng in Computer Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
    BEng in Computer Science
Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • Electronic and Computer Engineering
    BEng in Electronic Engineering
Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management
  • Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management
    BEng in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
  • BEng in Logistics Management and Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
    BEng in Aerospace Engineering
  • BEng in Mechanical Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
    BSc in Computer Science
Program Dept/Office
Program Code
Program Title
School of Business and Management
Accounting
  • Accounting
    BBA in Professional Accounting
Economics
  • Economics
    BBA in Economics
Finance
  • Finance
    BBA in Finance
SBM UG Programs Office
  • SBM UG Programs Office
    BBA in General Business Management
  • BBA in Global Business
Information Systems, Business Statistics and Operations Management
  • Information Systems, Business Statistics and Operations Management
    BBA in Information Systems
  • BBA in Operations Management
Marketing
  • Marketing
    BBA in Marketing
Management
  • Management
    BBA in Management
Economics
  • Economics
    BSc in Economics and Finance
Finance
  • Finance
    BSc in Quantitative Finance
World Bachelor in Business Program Office
  • World Bachelor in Business Program Office
    BBA in World Business*
* This is a self-financed program jointly offered by HKUST, the University of Southern California in the United States and Bocconi University in Italy.
Program Dept/Office
Program Code
Program Title
School of Humanities and Social Science
  • School of Humanities and Social Science
  • BSc in Global China Studies: Humanities and Social Science
Social Science
  • Social Science
    BSc in Quantitative Social Analysis^
^ This is a major program jointly offered by the School of Humanities and Social Science and the School of Science.
Program Dept/Office
Program Code
Program Title
Environment and Sustainability
  • Environment and Sustainability
    BSc in Environmental Management and Technology
Interdisciplinary Programs Office
  • Interdisciplinary Programs Office
    BSc in Risk Management and Business Intelligence
  • Curriculum Framework of BSc Program in Individualized Interdisciplinary Major

Notes:

  • Students admitted in the current academic year can find detailed curriculum requirements in this Program Catalog, whereas students admitted in previous years should refer to the Undergraduate Curriculum Handbook at http://ugadmin.ust.hk/curriculum_hb/index.html
  • Students who are permitted to study under arrangements for a Dual Degree, for instance degrees in both Business and in Engineering, are required to complete all the requirements for both degrees. These students may benefit from pre-approved deviations from the curriculum allowing them to complete both degrees in 5 years. For details, students should seek advice from the Dual Degree Program Office.
  • To graduate with an additional major, students admitted in 2015-16 or after must take all the requirements specified for that major, within which they must complete at least 20 single-counted credits. These 20 credits cannot be used to fulfill any other requirements for graduation except for the 120-credit degree requirement.
  • To make sure they can complete their program within the normal duration of study, students are also recommended to seek academic advice from their Schools and Departments, and follow an appropriate study plan.  For up-to-date information on courses offering and scheduling, students should check it out from their Schools and Departments, and the ARR, Academic Registry website. Examples on student’s pathways for each major are provided FOR REFERENCE.