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									IBGM Electives Offered by Faculty of Business and Economics




Objectives of offering IBGM Electives:
               1./ enrich students' knowledge in the aspects of international business and global management
               2./ basic tools are excluded, such as language, mathematics courses


Courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics that can be counted as IBGM electives

Course Code    Course Title
BUSI0004       Advertising Management
BUSI0015       Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation
BUSI0019       Intermediate accounting I
BUSI0026       Employment and labour relations
BUSI0027       Management accounting I
BUSI0028       Management accounting II
BUSI0029       Human resource management and business strategy
BUSI0032       Multinational Corporations
BUSI0034       Human Resources: Theory and Practice
BUSI0036       Quantitative analysis for business decisions I
BUSI0038       Services marketing
BUSI0050       Consumer behaviour
BUSI0071       Strategic marketing management
BUSI0075       Current topics in human management
BUSI0095       Critical thinking and business judgment
BUSI1005       Organisation behaviour
BUSI3512       Developing marketing competence through branding
ECON0106       Games and Decisions
ECON0104       Public Finance
ECON0205       Theories of investment
ECON0207       Monetary Economics
ECON0210       Investment, Technology, and Economic Growth
ECON0301       Theory of International Trade
ECON0302       International Finance
ECON0501       Economic Development
ECON0503       Urban Economics
ECON0601       Economic Development of China
ECON0603       Economic system of Hong Kong
ECON0606       Current economic affairs
ECON0706       Uncertainty and Information
ECON1002       Introduction to Economics II
ECON2101       Microeconomic theory
ECON2102       Macroeconomics theory
FINA0003       Current Asian finance: issues, ideas and practices
FINA0102       Financial market & institution
FINA0103       International banking
FINA0104       Management of Commercial Banks
FINA0106       Insurance: Theory and Practice
FINA0301       Derivatives (mutually exclusive courses: STAT2808, STAT3308)
FINA0302       Theories of corporate finance
FINA0303       Case studies in corporate finance
FINA0304       Advanced Corporate Finance
FINA0501       Asian Financial Institutions
FINA0804       Fixed Income Securities
FINA0805       Real Estate Finance
FINA2802       Investments and portfolio analysis
FINA1001       Finanical statement analysis



Last Update: 18 March, 2010
IBGM Electives Offered by Faculty of Social Science




         Objectives of offering IBGM Electives:
                         1./ enrich students' knowledge in the aspects of international business and global management
                         2./ basic tools are excluded, such as language, mathematics courses


         Courses offered by other Faculties / Departments that can be counted as IBGM electives

         Course Code     Course Title
         CLIT 2085/      Hong Kong Community and cultural policy in the global context
         SOCI 0075
         EUST3010        European Political and Economic Institutions and Processes
         FOSS0003        Human security in the global context
         FOSS0004        Gender and the global economy (currently cross-list with POLI0016)
         FOSS0005        Globalization and crime
         FOSS0010        East Asian politics and societies (currently cross-list with POLI0012)
         FOSS0011        Researching Media and Culture (replaced by SOCI0079 Researching Media and
         GEOG1012        Culture ) and Social Development in an Urbanizing World
                         Economic
         GEOG1016        Nature conservation for sustainable societies
         GEOG2030        Global Development
         GEOG2083        Sustainable Cities: Theory and Praxis
         GEOG2101        Globalizing China I: Resources, Politics, and Population
         JAPN2039        Negotiation and Conflict resolution: A cross cultural perspective
         JAPN2040        Understanding Japanese business through novels
         LANG0002        Introducing Germany and the Germans
         LANG0006        Italian classical roots of European civilization
         POLI0005        Capitalism and social Justice
         POLI0012        East Asian political economy
         POLI0016        Gender and development
         POLI0017        Government and business
         POLI0018        The Japanese way of Politics
         POLI0020        Hong Kong Politics
         POLI0022        Governing China (Semester 1)
         POLI0033        Problems of the Third World
         POLI0035        Public administration in Hong Kong
         POLI0037        Managing people in public organizations
         POLI0044        American democracy
         POLI0045        The political economy of the European Union
         POLI0046        Thesis in Politics and Public Administration
         POLI0047        US foreign policy
         POLI0052        International relations of East Asia
         POLI0059        China and the world
         POLI0060        Public Financial Management
         POLI0062        Political Analysis
         POLI0081        Workshop in Global Studies
         POLI1003        Making sense of politics
         PSYC0033        Industrial psychology
         PSYC0041        Consumer psychology
         PSYC0044        Organizational psychology
         PSYC0063        Industrial / organizational psychology
         SOCI0001        History of Social Theory
         SOCI0003        Contemporary Chinese society
         SOCI0009        Economic development and social change
         SOCI0012        Gender and Society
         SOCI0014        Globalization, work and industry
         SOCI0018        Japanese society
         SOCI0055        A Cultural Study of Tourism and Tourist
         SOCI0060        Fraud, corruption and computer crime
         SOCI0065        Understanding Media Studies
         SOCI0066        Asian economic miracles and beyond
         SOCI0070        Chinese identities and global networks
         SOCI0073        Global Migration
IBGM Electives Offered by Faculty of Social Science



         SOCI0075        Hong Kong: community and cultural policy in the global context
         SOCI0077        Media, Culture and Communication in Contemporary China
         SOCI0079        Researching Media and Culture
         SOCI1001        Introduction to Sociology
         STAT2306        Business logistics
         STAT2313        Marketing Engineering
         STAT2310        Risk Management and Insurance
         STAT2808        Derivatives Markets (mutually exclusive with STAT3308 & FINA0301)
         STAT3305        Financial data analysis
         STAT3308        Financial Engineering (mutually exclusive with FINA0301 & STAT2808)


         Last Update: 30 September, 2010
              IBGM Electives Offered by Faculty of Social Science




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