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Applied to students admitted in 2018/19 or afterwards

 

REL as Home Major

Core Courses (27 units)

  • RELI 1005 Quest for Truth and Meaning
  • RELI 2006 Introduction to Christianity and Civilizations           
  • RELI 2007 Problems of Philosophy
  • RELI 2015 Approaches to the Study of Religion
  • RELI 2027 Introduction to Chinese Philosophy and Religion
  • RELI 2035 Introduction to Ethics
  • RELI 2036 Social Scientific Study of Religion
  • RELI 4898-9 Honours Project

Major Elective Courses (21 units)

Students need to choose ONE course of each from the four study areas (12 units) and then take any three courses (9 units) from the four study areas.

Study Area A: Philosophical Studies

  • RELI 3006 Major Streams in Chinese Philosophy
  • RELI 3007 Philosophy, Meaning and Knowledge
  • RELI 3027 Existentialism and Nihilism
  • RELI 3056 Philosophy of Mind, Consciousness, and Personal Identity
  • RELI 3065 History of Modern Western Philosophy
  • RELI 3087 Metaphysics: Quest for Reality
  • RELI 3095 Logic and Philosophy of Logic
  • RELI 3096 Contemporary Analytic Philosophy
  • RELI 4005 Philosophy of Religion
  • RELI 4016 Selected Topics / Readings in Philosophical Studies
  • RELI 4047 Mind in Chinese Buddhist Philosophy

Study Area B: Christian Studies and Comparative Religion

  • RELI 3005 Daoist Religion
  • RELI 3017 A Survey of Jewish and Christian Scriptures
  • RELI 3026 Christianity, Humanism and the Contemporary World
  • RELI 3037 Christian Spirituality
  • RELI 3127 History of Christian Thought
  • RELI 3135 Buddhism
  • RELI 3136 Religious Rituals and Practices in Hong Kong
  • RELI 3047 Islam
  • RELI 4025 Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • RELI 4027 Selected Topics / Readings in Christian Studies or Comparative Religion
  • RELI 4035 Comparative Religious Themes

Study Area C: Interdisciplinary Study of Religion

  • RELI 3075 Religion and Animal
  • RELI 3077 Religion and Social Movements
  • RELI 3086 Religion, Violence and Peace
  • RELI 3097 Psychology and Religion
  • RELI 3105 Anthropology and Religion
  • RELI 3106 Religion and Modern Chinese Societies
  • RELI 4015 Mysticism and Religious Experience
  • RELI 4036 Religion and Ideology
  • RELI 4037 Sociology of Religion and Modern Society
  • RELI 4046 Selected Topics / Readings in Religious Studies
  • RELI 4065 Dialogue between Religion and Modern Science

Study Area D: Ethics and Society

  • RELI 3016 Philosophy, Morality and Society
  • RELI 3045 Contemporary Ethical Problems: Hong Kong and Beyond
  • RELI 3107 Chinese Moral and Political Philosophy
  • RELI 3115 Theological Ethics
  • RELI 3116 Islamic Values and Contemporary Society
  • RELI 3117 Service Leadership and Meaning of Life and Death
  • RELI 3125 Social Justice, Liberalism and Economic Equality
  • RELI 3126 Theology, Liberalism and Sex in Chinese Societies
  • RELI 4066 Ethics of Human Rights: Theories and Controversies
  • RELI 4067 Environmental Ethics
  • RELI 4075 Selected Topics / Readings in Ethics

ENG as Second Major

Core Courses (30 units)

  • ENGL 1005 English, Creativity, and Cultures
  • ENGL 2005 Introduction to the Study of Language
  • ENGL 2007 Literary and Comparative Studies
  • ENGL 2006 Language, Culture and Society OR ENGL 2015 Literature and Culture
  • ENGL 2016 Sounds of English Around the World
  • ENGL 2017 Stepping Stones in English Grammar
  • ENGL 2025 The Art of Storytelling
  • ENGL 2026 Argumentation and Persuasion
  • ENGL 2027 Academic and Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3005 Research Skills in English Language and Literature

Major Elective Courses (12 units, 4 of the following; at least 2 courses of which must be at 3000 or 4000 level)

1. Language and Communication Studies

  • ENGL 2095 Foundations of Language Studies
  • ENGL 3007 Discourse Studies
  • ENGL 3026 Special Topic in Language
  • ENGL 3027 Special Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 3107 Acquiring and Learning a Language
  • ENGL 3205 Components of a Word
  • ENGL 3206 Critical Discourse Analysis
  • ENGL 3207 Language and Intercultural Communication
  • ENGL 3305 Studying Meaning
  • ENGL 3306 Understanding Phonological Patterns
  • ENGL 3307 Architecture of Grammar
  • ENGL 4006 Advanced Topic in Language
  • ENGL 4007 Advanced Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 4017 Advanced Seminar in Language and Gender
  • ENGL 4025 Analyzing Multimodal Communication
  • ENGL 4026 Exploring Intercultural Communication Through Films and Literature
  • ENGL 4027 Exploring Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
  • ENGL 4035 Functional Grammar
  • ENGL 4036 Language, Communication and Advertising
  • ENGL 4037 Language and the Workplace
  • ENGL 4045 Language in Education
  • ENGL 4047 Perspectives on Universal Themes
  • ENGL 4055 Stories of English
  • ENGL 4056 Theoretical Linguist Meets World
  • ENGL 4057 Unravelling Syntax

2. Literary and Comparative Studies

  • ENGL 2035 The Short Story
  • ENGL 2036 Pre-Modern Drama
  • ENGL 2076 Poetry
  • ENGL 2077 Critical Approaches to Literature
  • ENGL 2086 Poetry and Poetics
  • ENGL 3015 Creative Writing
  • ENGL 3025 Faces of Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 3036 Chinese-Western Literary Relations
  • ENGL 3037 Creative Writing Workshop
  • ENGL 3045 Great Novels in English
  • ENGL 3046 Literature and the Nobel Prize
  • ENGL 3055 Literature and Film
  • ENGL 3066 Modern and Contemporary Drama
  • ENGL 3096 The Child and Literature
  • ENGL 3105 Twentieth-Century Literature
  • ENGL 3106 Modern and Contemporary Poetry
  • ENGL 4016 American Popular Fiction after 1950
  • ENGL 4046 Hong Kong Stories in English
  • ENGL 4065 Dystopian Fiction
  • ENGL 4066 World Literatures
  • ENGL 4067 Comics and Graphic Novels
  • ENGL 4075 Special Topic in Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 4076 21st Century Fiction
  • ENGL 4077 Detective Fiction
  • ENGL 4085 Special Topic in Literature
  • ENGL 4086 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
  • ENGL 4087 Special Topic in Critical Theory
  • ENGL 4095 Gender and Literature
  • ENGL 4096 Diaspora Writing in English
  • ENGL 4097 Gothic Literature
  • ENGL 4105 Comparative Drama
  • ENGL 4106 Literary Journalism
  • ENGL 4107 Postcolonial Fiction

 

Applied to students admitted in 2016/17 or and 2017/18

 

REL as Home Major 

Core Courses (27 units)

  • RELI 1005 Quest for Truth and Meaning
  • RELI 2006 Introduction to Christianity and Civilizations
  • RELI 2007 Problems of Philosophy
  • RELI 2015 Approaches to the Study of Religion
  • RELI 2027 Introduction to Chinese Philosophy and Religion
  • RELI 2035 Introduction to Ethics
  • RELI 2036 Social Scientific Study of Religion
  • RELI 4898-9 Honours Project

Major Elective Courses (21 units)

Students need to choose ONE course of each from the four study areas (12 units) and then take any three courses (9 units) from the four study areas. 

Study Area A: Philosophical Studies

  • RELI 3006 Major Streams in Chinese Philosophy
  • RELI 3007 Philosophy, Meaning and Knowledge
  • RELI 3027 Existentialism and Nihilism
  • RELI 3056 Philosophy of Mind, Consciousness, and Personal Identity
  • RELI 3065 History of Modern Western Philosophy
  • RELI 3087 Metaphysics: Quest for Reality
  • RELI 3095 Logic and Philosophy of Logic
  • RELI 3096 Contemporary Analytic Philosophy
  • RELI 4005 Philosophy of Religion
  • RELI 4016 Selected Topics / Readings in Philosophical Studies
  • RELI 4047 Mind in Chinese Buddhist Philosophy

Study Area B: Christian Studies and Comparative Religion

  • RELI 3005 Daoist Religion
  • RELI 3017 A Survey of Jewish and Christian Scriptures
  • RELI 3026 Christianity, Humanism and the Contemporary World
  • RELI 3037 Christian Spirituality
  • RELI 3127 History of Christian Thought
  • RELI 3135 Buddhism
  • RELI 3136 Religious Rituals and Practices in Hong Kong
  • RELI 3047 Islam
  • RELI 4025 Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • RELI 4027 Selected Topics / Readings in Christian Studies or Comparative Religion
  • RELI 4035 Comparative Religious Themes

Study Area C: Interdisciplinary Study of Religion

  • RELI 3075 Religion and Animal
  • RELI 3077 Religion and Social Movements
  • RELI 3086 Religion, Violence and Peace
  • RELI 3097 Psychology and Religion
  • RELI 3105 Anthropology and Religion
  • RELI 3106 Religion and Modern Chinese Societies
  • RELI 4015 Mysticism and Religious Experience

Study Area D: Ethics and Society

  • RELI 3016 Philosophy, Morality and Society
  • RELI 3045 Contemporary Ethical Problems: Hong Kong and Beyond
  • RELI 3107 Chinese Moral and Political Philosophy
  • RELI 3115 Theological Ethics
  • RELI 3116 Islamic Values and Contemporary Society
  • RELI 3117 Service Leadership and Meaning of Life and Death
  • RELI 3125 Social Justice, Liberalism and Economic Equality
  • RELI 3126 Theology, Liberalism and Sex in Chinese Societies
  • RELI 4066 Ethics of Human Rights: Theories and Controversies
  • RELI 4067 Environmental Ethics
  • RELI 4075 Selected Topics / Readings in Ethics

ENG as Second Major 

Core Courses (30 units)

  • ENGL 1005 English, Creativity, and Cultures
  • ENGL 2005 Introduction to the Study of Language
  • ENGL 2007 Literary and Comparative Studies
  • ENGL 2015 Literature and Culture OR ENGL 2006 Language, Culture and Society
  • ENGL 2016 Sounds of English Around the World
  • ENGL 2017 Stepping Stones in English Grammar
  • ENGL 2025 The Art of Storytelling
  • ENGL 2026 Argumentation and Persuasion
  • ENGL 2027 Academic and Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3005 Research Skills in English Language and Literature

Major Elective Courses (12 units: 4 of the following)

1. Language and Communication Studies

  • ENGL 2095 Foundations of Language Studies
  • ENGL 3007 Discourse Studies
  • ENGL 3026 Special Topic in Language
  • ENGL 3027 Special Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 3107 Acquiring and Learning a Language
  • ENGL 3205 Components of a Word
  • ENGL 3206 Critical Discourse Analysis
  • ENGL 3207 Language and Intercultural Communication
  • ENGL 3305 Studying Meaning
  • ENGL 3306 Understanding Phonological Patterns
  • ENGL 3307 Architecture of Grammar
  • ENGL 4006 Advanced Topic in Language
  • ENGL 4007 Advanced Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 4017 Advanced Seminar in Language and Gender
  • ENGL 4025 Analyzing Multimodal Communication
  • ENGL 4026 Exploring Intercultural Communication Through Films and Literature
  • ENGL 4027 Exploring Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
  • ENGL 4035 Functional Grammar
  • ENGL 4036 Language, Communication and Advertising
  • ENGL 4037 Language and the Workplace
  • ENGL 4045 Language in Education
  • ENGL 4047 Perspectives on Universal Themes
  • ENGL 4055 Stories of English
  • ENGL 4056 Theoretical Linguist Meets World
  • ENGL 4057 Unravelling Syntax

2. Literary and Comparative Studies

  • ENGL 2035 The Short Story
  • ENGL 2036 Pre-Modern Drama
  • ENGL 2076 Poetry
  • ENGL 2077 Critical Approaches to Literature
  • ENGL 2086 Poetry and Poetics
  • ENGL 3015 Creative Writing
  • ENGL 3025 Faces of Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 3036 Chinese-Western Literary Relations
  • ENGL 3037 Creative Writing Workshop
  • ENGL 3045 Great Novels in English
  • ENGL 3046 Literature and the Nobel Prize
  • ENGL 3055 Literature and Film
  • ENGL 3066 Modern and Contemporary Drama
  • ENGL 3096 The Child and Literature
  • ENGL 3105 Twentieth-Century Literature
  • ENGL 3106 Modern and Contemporary Poetry
  • ENGL 4016 American Popular Fiction after 1950
  • ENGL 4046 Hong Kong Stories in English
  • ENGL 4065 Dystopian Fiction
  • ENGL 4066 World Literatures
  • ENGL 4067 Comics and Graphic Novels
  • ENGL 4075 Special Topic in Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 4076 21st Century Fiction
  • ENGL 4077 Detective Fiction
  • ENGL 4085 Special Topic in Literature
  • ENGL 4086 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
  • ENGL 4087 Special Topic in Critical Theory
  • ENGL 4095 Gender and Literature
  • ENGL 4096 Diaspora Writing in English
  • ENGL 4097 Gothic Literature
  • ENGL 4105 Comparative Drama
  • ENGL 4106 Literary Journalism
  • ENGL 4107 Postcolonial Fiction

 

Applied to students admitted in 2015/16 or afterwards

 

REL as Home Major

Core Courses (36 units)

  • RELI 1005 Quest for Truth and Meaning
  • RELI 2006 Introduction to Christianity and Civilizations
  • RELI 2007 Problems of Philosophy
  • RELI 2015 Approaches to the Study of Religion
  • RELI 2016 Buddhism
  • RELI 2017 Religious Rituals and Practices in Hong Kong
  • RELI 2026 Theology, Liberalism and Sex in Chinese Societies
  • RELI 3005 Daoist Religion
  • RELI 3006 Major Streams in Chinese Philosophy
  • RELI 4005 Philosophy of Religion
  • RELI 4898-9 Honours Project

Major Elective Courses (Any 4 of the following three groups)

Group I: Philosophical Studies

  • RELI 2025 Social Justice, Liberalism and Economic Equality
  • RELI 3007 Philosophy, Meaning and Knowledge
  • RELI 3015 Existence and Reality
  • RELI 3016 Philosophy, Morality and Society
  • RELI 3027 Existentialism and Nihilism
  • RELI 3045 Contemporary Ethical Problems
  • RELI 3046 Hermeneutics
  • RELI 3055 Logic and Scientific Methodology
  • RELI 3056 Philosophy of Mind, Consciousness, and Personal Identity
  • RELI 3057 Philosophy, Modernism and Postmodernism
  • RELI 3066 The Meaning of Humanity: The Philosophies of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche
  • RELI 4006 Comparative Philosophy: East and West
  • RELI 4016 Selected Topics / Readings in Philosophy
  • RELI 4055 Philosophy of Language and Chinese Philosophy

Group II: Christian Studies

  • RELI 2005 History of Christian Thought
  • RELI 3017 A Survey of Jewish and Christian Scriptures
  • RELI 3025 Biblical Theology and Moral Life
  • RELI 3026 Christianity, Humanism and the Contemporary World
  • RELI 3036 Christian Social Thought
  • RELI 3037 Christian Spirituality
  • RELI 4017 Chinese Christianity
  • RELI 4025 Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • RELI 4026 Christianity, Modern Science and the Environment
  • RELI 4027 Selected Topics / Readings in Christian Studies

Group III: Religious Studies

  • RELI 3035 Philosophical Issues in Chinese Religion
  • RELI 3047 Islam
  • RELI 3065 History of Modern Western Philosophy: From Descartes to Marx
  • RELI 3067 Modern Logic and Logics in Religious Discourse
  • RELI 3075 Religious and Animals
  • RELI 3076 Religion and Consumerism
  • RELI 3077 Religion and Social Movements
  • RELI 3085 Chinese Popular Religion
  • RELI 3086 Religion, Violence and Peace
  • RELI 4015 Mysticism and Religious Experience
  • RELI 4035 Comparative Religious Themes
  • RELI 4036 Religion and Ideology
  • RELI 4037 Religion and Modern Society
  • RELI 4045 Religions in Northwestern China Today
  • RELI 4046 Selected Topics / Readings in Religious Studies
  • RELI 4047 Mind in Chinese Buddhist Philosophy
  • RELI 4056 Philosophy, Religion, and Market Economy
  • RELI 4057 Religious Charity, Public Good and Chinese Society

ENG as Second Major 

Core Courses (30 units)

  • ENGL 1005 English, Creativity, and Cultures
  • ENGL 2005 Introduction to the Study of Language
  • ENGL 2007 Literary and Comparative Studies
  • ENGL 2015 Literature and Culture OR ENGL 2006 Language, Culture and Society
  • ENGL 2016 Sounds of English Around the World
  • ENGL 2017 Stepping Stones in English Grammar
  • ENGL 2025 The Art of Storytelling
  • ENGL 2026 Argumentation and Persuasion
  • ENGL 2027 Academic and Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3005 Research Skills in English Language and Literature

Major Elective Courses (12 units: 4 of the following) 

1. Language and Communication Studies

  • ENGL 2095 Foundations of Language Studies
  • ENGL 3007 Discourse Studies
  • ENGL 3026 Special Topic in Language
  • ENGL 3027 Special Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 3107 Acquiring and Learning a Language
  • ENGL 3205 Components of a Word
  • ENGL 3206 Critical Discourse Analysis
  • ENGL 3207 Language and Intercultural Communication
  • ENGL 3305 Studying Meaning
  • ENGL 3306 Understanding Phonological Patterns
  • ENGL 3307 Architecture of Grammar
  • ENGL 4006 Advanced Topic in Language
  • ENGL 4007 Advanced Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 4017 Advanced Seminar in Language and Gender
  • ENGL 4025 Analyzing Multimodal Communication
  • ENGL 4026 Exploring Intercultural Communication Through Films and Literature
  • ENGL 4027 Exploring Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
  • ENGL 4035 Functional Grammar
  • ENGL 4036 Language, Communication and Advertising
  • ENGL 4037 Language and the Workplace
  • ENGL 4045 Language in Education
  • ENGL 4047 Perspectives on Universal Themes
  • ENGL 4055 Stories of English
  • ENGL 4056 Theoretical Linguist Meets World
  • ENGL 4057 Unravelling Syntax

2. Literary and Comparative Studies

  • ENGL 2035 The Short Story
  • ENGL 2036 Pre-Modern Drama
  • ENGL 2056 Faces of Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 2076 Poetry
  • ENGL 2077 Critical Approaches to Literature
  • ENGL 2086 Poetry and Poetics
  • ENGL 3015 Creative Writing
  • ENGL 3036 Chinese-Western Literary Relations
  • ENGL 3037 Creative Writing Workshop
  • ENGL 3045 Great Novels in English
  • ENGL 3046 Literature and the Nobel Prize
  • ENGL 3055 Literature and Film
  • ENGL 3066 Modern and Contemporary Drama
  • ENGL 3096 The Child and Literature
  • ENGL 3105 Twentieth-Century Literature
  • ENGL 3106 Modern and Contemporary Poetry
  • ENGL 4016 American Popular Fiction after 1950
  • ENGL 4046 Hong Kong Stories in English
  • ENGL 4065 Dystopian Fiction
  • ENGL 4066 World Literatures
  • ENGL 4067 Comics and Graphic Novels
  • ENGL 4075 Special Topic in Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 4076 21st Century Fiction
  • ENGL 4077 Detective Fiction
  • ENGL 4085 Special Topic in Literature
  • ENGL 4086 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
  • ENGL 4087 Special Topic in Critical Theory
  • ENGL 4095 Gender and Literature
  • ENGL 4096 Diaspora Writing in English
  • ENGL 4097 Gothic Literature
  • ENGL 4105 Comparative Drama
  • ENGL 4106 Literary Journalism
  • ENGL 4107 Postcolonial Fiction

 

Applied to students admitted in 2014/15 or before

 

REL as Home Major

Core Courses (36 units)

  • RELI 1005 Quest for Truth and Meaning
  • RELI 2006 Introduction to Christianity and Civilizations
  • RELI 2007 Problems of Philosophy
  • RELI 2015 Approaches to the Study of Religion
  • RELI 2016 Buddhism
  • RELI 2017 Religious Rituals and Practices in Hong Kong
  • RELI 2026 Theology, Liberalism and Sex in Chinese Societies
  • RELI 3005 Daoist Religion
  • RELI 3006 Major Streams in Chinese Philosophy
  • RELI 4005 Philosophy of Religion
  • RELI 4898-9 Honours Project

Major Elective Courses (Any 4 of the following three groups) 

Group I: Philosophical Studies

  • RELI 2025 Social Justice, Liberalism and Economic Equality
  • RELI 3007 Philosophy, Meaning and Knowledge
  • RELI 3015 Existence and Reality
  • RELI 3016 Philosophy, Morality and Society
  • RELI 3027 Existentialism and Nihilism
  • RELI 3045 Contemporary Ethical Problems
  • RELI 3046 Hermeneutics
  • RELI 3055 Logic and Scientific Methodology
  • RELI 3056 Philosophy of Mind, Consciousness, and Personal Identity
  • RELI 3057 Philosophy, Modernism and Postmodernism
  • RELI 3066 The Meaning of Humanity: The Philosophies of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche
  • RELI 4006 Comparative Philosophy: East and West
  • RELI 4016 Selected Topics/Readings in Philosophy
  • RELI 4055 Philosophy of Language and Chinese Philosophy

Group II: Christian Studies

  • RELI 3017 A Survey of Jewish and Christian Scriptures
  • RELI 3025 Biblical Theology and Moral Life
  • RELI 3026 Christianity, Humanism and the Contemporary World (Previously known as “Contemporary Theology and the Public World”)
  • RELI 3036 Christian Social Thought RELI 3037 Christian Spirituality
  • RELI 4007 Theology and Sex in Chinese Societies
  • RELI 4017 Chinese Christianity
  • RELI 4025 Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • RELI 4026 Christianity, Modern Science and the Environment
  • RELI 4027 Selected Topics/Readings in Christian Studies

Group III: Religious Studies

  • RELI 3035 Philosophical Issues in Chinese Religion
  • RELI 3047 Islam
  • RELI 3065 History of Modern Western Philosophy: From Descartes to Marx
  • RELI 3067 Modern Logic and Logics in Religious Discourse
  • RELI 3075 Religious and Animals
  • RELI 3076 Religion and Consumerism
  • RELI 3077 Religion and Social Movements
  • RELI 3085 Chinese Popular Religion
  • RELI 3086 Religion, Violence and Peace
  • RELI 4015 Mysticism and Religious Experience
  • RELI 4035 Comparative Religious Themes
  • RELI 4036 Religion and Ideology
  • RELI 4037 Religion and Modern Society
  • RELI 4045 Religions in Northwestern China Today
  • RELI 4046 Selected Topics/ Readings in Religious Studies
  • RELI 4047 Mind in Chinese Buddhist Philosophy
  • RELI 4056 Philosophy, Religion, and Market Economy
  • RELI 4057 Religious Charity, Public Good and Chinese Society

ENG as Second Major

Core Courses (30 units)

  • ENGL 1005 English, Creativity, and Cultures
  • ENGL 2005 Introduction to the Study of Language
  • ENGL 2007 Literary and Comparative Studies
  • ENGL 2015 Literature and Culture OR ENGL 2006 Language, Culture and Society
  • ENGL 2016 Sounds of English Around the World
  • ENGL 2017 Stepping Stones in English Grammar
  • ENGL 2025 The Art of Storytelling
  • ENGL 2026 Argumentation and Persuasion
  • ENGL 2027 Academic and Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3005 Research Skills in English Language and Literature

Major Elective Courses (12 units: 4 of the following) 

1. Language and Communication Studies

  • ENGL 2095 Foundations of Language Studies
  • ENGL 3007 Discourse Studies
  • ENGL 3026 Special Topic in Language
  • ENGL 3027 Special Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 3107 Acquiring and Learning a Language
  • ENGL 3205 Components of a Word
  • ENGL 3206 Critical Discourse Analysis
  • ENGL 3207 Language and Intercultural Communication
  • ENGL 3305 Studying Meaning
  • ENGL 3306 Understanding Phonological Patterns
  • ENGL 3307 Architecture of Grammar
  • ENGL 4006 Advanced Topic in Language
  • ENGL 4007 Advanced Topic in Linguistic Theory
  • ENGL 4017 Advanced Seminar in Language and Gender
  • ENGL 4025 Analyzing Multimodal Communication
  • ENGL 4026 Exploring Intercultural Communication Through Films and Literature
  • ENGL 4027 Exploring Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
  • ENGL 4035 Functional Grammar
  • ENGL 4036 Language, Communication and Advertising
  • ENGL 4037 Language and the Workplace
  • ENGL 4045 Language in Education
  • ENGL 4047 Perspectives on Universal Themes
  • ENGL 4055 Stories of English
  • ENGL 4056 Theoretical Linguist Meets World
  • ENGL 4057 Unravelling Syntax

2. Literary and Comparative Studies

  • ENGL 2035 The Short Story
  • ENGL 2036 Pre-Modern Drama
  • ENGL 2056 Faces of Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 2076 Poetry
  • ENGL 2077 Critical Approaches to Literature
  • ENGL 2086 Poetry and Poetics
  • ENGL 3015 Creative Writing
  • ENGL 3036 Chinese-Western Literary Relations
  • ENGL 3037 Creative Writing Workshop
  • ENGL 3045 Great Novels in English
  • ENGL 3046 Literature and the Nobel Prize
  • ENGL 3055 Literature and Film
  • ENGL 3066 Modern and Contemporary Drama
  • ENGL 3096 The Child and Literature
  • ENGL 3105 Twentieth-Century Literature
  • ENGL 3106 Modern and Contemporary Poetry
  • ENGL 4016 American Popular Fiction after 1950
  • ENGL 4046 Hong Kong Stories in English
  • ENGL 4065 Dystopian Fiction
  • ENGL 4066 World Literatures
  • ENGL 4067 Comics and Graphic Novels
  • ENGL 4075 Special Topic in Comparative Literature
  • ENGL 4076 21st Century Fiction
  • ENGL 4077 Detective Fiction
  • ENGL 4085 Special Topic in Literature
  • ENGL 4086 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
  • ENGL 4087 Special Topic in Critical Theory
  • ENGL 4095 Gender and Literature
  • ENGL 4096 Diaspora Writing in English
  • ENGL 4097 Gothic Literature
  • ENGL 4105 Comparative Drama
  • ENGL 4106 Literary Journalism
  • ENGL 4107 Postcolonial Fiction