|Academic Year of Entry||2021/22|
|Mode of Funding||Government funded|
|Mode of Study||Full time|
|Normal Duration of Programme||4 years|
|Tuition Fee||Click here for more information|
|Admission to BSocSc Criminology & Sociology / Psychology / Social Work||Bachelor of Social Sciences in Psychology|
The Psychology major provides students with comprehensive training in psychology with an emphasis on experimental and research competencies, and prepares students for professional development in human service careers and advanced training in professional psychology and related fields.
To be considered for admission, you must satisfy the minimum entrance requirements.
During their first year, students will study a broad range of Gateway Education (GE), College core and Departmental requirement courses.
For details of the programme’s curriculum structure, please visit the Undergraduate Catalogue. (Note: The catalogue for the 2020 cohort is for reference only. The 2021 catalogue will be published around July 2021.)
Our graduates are particularly suited for people-oriented jobs, such as human resources, public relations, customer services, children and youth services, education and training, counselling and guidance, health-related services, family and community work, etc. Students are also well-prepared for jobs that require strong research skills and competence, critical analysis and communication abilities, such as scientific or applied research, research and development, project management and so on. Students who aspire to practise as professional psychologists will be able to pursue advanced education at the Master's or doctoral level in Hong Kong or overseas with training in pursuing scientific research or applied psychological training such as health, forensic, clinical, educational, counselling and occupational psychology.
Graduates who satisfy the requirements stipulated by the Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS) can apply for Graduate Membership of the Society (Note: Graduate Membership of the HKPS is normally regarded as an entrance requirement for advanced training in professional psychology).