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Year One Curriculum

List of Academic Advisors

Department Programme/Concentration Academic Advisor
Biology Applied Biology - concentration in Biotechnology Prof Xia Yiji
Applied Biology - concentration in Environmental Science Dr Jill M Y Chiu
Chemistry Analytical and Testing Sciences Dr Li Hung Wing
Chemistry Dr Ken C F Leung
Computer Science Computer Science - concentration in Computing and Software Technologies Dr Feng Jian
Computer Science - concentration in Information Systems and Analytics Dr Fion S L Lee
Computer Science - concentration in Data and Media Communication Dr Chen Li
Mathematics Mathematics and Statistics Prof Chiu Sung Nok
Physics Physics and Green Energy - concentration in Applied Physics Dr Jack T F Ng
Physics and Green Energy - concentration in Energy Management and Technology Dr Ma Guancong

Introduction to Biology

  • suit the needs of students who need a broad background in biology; and
  • to deliver the main principles and mechanisms in biological sciences for pursuing in-depth studies

Introduction to Chemistry

  • provide students with fundamental concepts and principles in chemistry; and
  • to demonstrate the diverse and important applications of chemistry in everyday life.

Essence of Computing

  • prepare students with problem solving methodologies and skills using computer;
  • discuss the key components of a computer and the use of computer in our daily life.
  • introduce high level programming methodology and skills.
  • upon completion, students are able to:
    1. describe how a computer works and its importance in our daily life and
    2. write high level programs for solving real world problems.

Calculus

  • introduce general calculus of a single real variable; and
  • help students understand the basic concepts and fundamental theories of differentiation, integration and their applications.

Introduction to Physics and Energy Science

  • introduces the basic concepts of physics with emphasis on real-life examples;
  • explores the fundamental physical principles in the workings of everyday objects and natural phenomena;
  • discusses physical principles applied in the field of energy science and technology.

Integrated Science Laboratory

  • provide students with basic foundation knowledge in laboratory; and
  • give practical experience in solving real life problems by integrating knowledge from various science perspectives.

Note: No laboratory works is allowed before the student completed the Laboratory Safety training in the first class.

Common First Year courses

"Common First Year" courses refer to the list of science courses that all of you will study in the first year, so you can build up a solid foundation before moving on to your Major programme.