Exchange Programme
College of Business - City University of Hong Kong AACSB International EQUIS - European Quality Improvement System

Tentative Course Offered List of Semester A, 2017/18

Department of Accountancy

Course Code Course Title
CB2100 Introduction to Financial Accounting 
CB2101 Introduction to Management Accounting
CB3041 Financial Statement Analysis
AC3202 Corporate Accounting I
AC4161 Accounting & Management Information Systems
AC4251 Taxation and Tax Planning
AC4303 Advanced Financial Accounting
AC4321 Management Accounting
AC4331 Corporate Financial Policy
AC4342 Auditing
GE1204 Living with the Unexpected and Unknown in Modern Society

Department of Economics and Finance

Course Code Course Title
CB2400 Micro-Economics
CB2402 Macro-Economics
CB3410 Financial Management
EF2047 Personal Finance and Retail Banking
EF2452 Mathematics for Economics and Finance
EF3320 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
EF3331 Asia-Pacific Capital Markets & Standards of Practice
EF3333 Financial Systems, Markets and Instruments
EF3441 Intermediate Macroeconomics
EF3451 Economic and Business Forecasting
EF4312 Mergers and Acquisitions
EF4314 Corporate Valuation
EF4321 Derivatives and Risk Management
EF4323 Trading Room Workshop
EF4334 Regulation and Management of Financial Institutions
EF4473 International Trade
EF4490 Urban Economics
EF4520 Principles of Option Pricing
GE1202 Managing Your Personal Finance
GE1205 Green Economics

Department of Information Systems

Course Code Course Title
CB2500 Information Management
IS2505 e-Business
IS3230 Information Systems Construction
IS3237 Information Services for Business Organizations
IS3331 Data Management
IS4034 Information Products and Services Design
IS4333 Human-Computer Interaction for Business
IS4435 Governance and Regulatory Compliance for Financial Information Systems
IS4532 Project Management and Outsourcing
IS4822 Analytics for Financial Services
IS4834 Business Intelligence and Analytics
IS4940 Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship
GE1201 Information Management and Its Social Impact
GE1206 Accelerating Professional Growth on the Web
GE1212 Building Personal and Firm Images in the Digital Society
GE2242 Conducting Online Commerce in China
GE2257 Mobile Application for Business
GE2335 Business Programming with Spreadsheet

Department of Management

Course Code Course Title
CB2300 Management
CB4303 Strategy and Policy
MGT3302 Interactive Skills Workshop for Business
MGT3305 Corporate Social Responsibility
MGT3306 Organizational Behaviour & HRM
MGT4207 Training and Development
MGT4220 Team Leadership and Management
MGT4227 International Business
MGT4237 Current Topics in Human Resources Management
MGT4303 Doing Business in Southeast Asia and Oceania
GE1216 Loving Work, Working to Love
GE2204 Business Ethics and Society
GE2231 Business, Media and Society
GE2232 Knowing Ourselves Better in Work and Life
GE3204 Business and Hong Kong Society

Department of Management Sciences

Course Code Course Title
CB2011 Solving Business Problems with Spreadsheet Modelling
CB2200 Business Statistics
CB2201 Operations Management
MS3251 Analytics using SAS
MS3252 Regression Analysis
MS4111 Enterprise Resource Planning
MS4251 Quantitative Analysis for Marketing
GE2202 Globalization and Business
GE2213 Understanding Uncertainty and Statistical Reasoning

Department of Chinese and History

Course Code Course Title
CAH2956 Mandarin for Non-Chinese Speakers I
CAH2996 Basic Cantonese I
CAH2998 Cantonese Communication Skills for Putonghua Speakers
GE1501 Chinese Civilisation - History and Philosophy
GE1105 Chinese Music Appreciation
GE1106 Chinese Art Appreciation
GE1108 The Silk Road: A Pathway of Interactive Culture from the Ancient to the Modern World (English)
GE1101 Chinese Cultural Heritage in Modern Perspective (English)
GE2132 Discovering the Dynamics of Contemporary Cities and Architecture in China (English)

Department of English

Course Code Course Title
GE2105 Popular Culture
GE2108 Literature in Our Lives
GE2401 English for Science
GE2402 English for Business Communication
GE2404 Asian Literature in English
GE2407 Reading Lives, Writing Selves: Autobiography and Culture
GE2408 Travel Writing: Discovery and Experience
GE2409 Words & Images: Reading and Writing in the 21st Century
GE2410 English for Engineering
GE3401 Exploring English Cinema

Department of Linguistics and Translation

Course Code Course Title
GE1132 Mind, Brain and Language: How Are Human Beings Special?
GE2125 The Bible: Its History, Literature, and Influence
LT2203 Language in Society
LT2204 Language and Mind
LT2206 Fundamentals of Statistics for Language Studies
LT2229 Linguistics I
LT2321 Culture and Translation
LT2341 General Translation
LT3210 Electronic Publishing
LT3214 Phonology
LT3233 Computational Linguistics
LT3234 Language and Cognition
LT3322 Reading Bilingual Literature
LT3345 Discovering and Managing Terms
LT3349 Legal Translation
LT3350 Translation for the Media
LT3352 Scientific and Technical Translation
LT3403 French 3
LT3503 German 3
LT3603 Spanish 3
LT4216 Advanced Topics in Linguistics
LT4223 Instrumental Phonetics
LT4239 Conversation Analysis
LT4319 Advanced Audiovisual Translation
LT4361 Specialized Translation in Commerce and Finance
LT4363 Specialized Translation in Government and Public Administration
LT4380 Theory of Translation

Department of Mathematics

Course Code Course Title
GE1350 Essential Mathematics in Daily Life
MA1200 Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra I
MA1201 Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra II
MA2001 Multi-variable Calculus and Linear Algebra
MA2158 Linear Algebra and Calculus
MA2172 Applied Statistics for Sciences and Engineering
MA2177 Engineering Mathematics and Statistics
MA2181 Mathematical Methods for Engineering
MA2185 Discrete Mathematics
MA2503 Linear Algebra
MA2504 Discrete Mathematics
MA2508 Multi-variable Calculus
MA3512 Partial Differential Equations
MA3514 Numerical Methods for Differential Equations
MA3518 Applied Statistics
MA3522 Analysis
MA3523 Introduction to Abstract Algebra
MA4542 Real Analysis
MA4546 Introduction to Stochastic Processes


  1. Course list for inbound exchange students is subject to further changes without prior notice.
  2. Course approval will be considered on a case-by-case basis.