Master of Arts in Quantitative Analysis for Business
Department of Management Sciences College of Business - City University of Hong Kong AACSB International EQUIS - European Quality Improvement System

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Programme Structure

Category Number of Courses (Credits)
1. Major 15 courses (45 Credits)
2. College/School requirement 9 courses (27 Credits)
3. Gateway Education 10 courses (30 Credits)
     - GE English (GE1401 + Discipline-Specific English) 2 courses (6 Credits)
     - Chinese Civilisation (GE1501) 1 courses (3 Credits)
     - Area requirement (3 areas) 7 courses (21 Credits)
4. Minor / free electives 6 courses (18 Credits)
Minimum Graduation Requirement: 120 Credits
Maximum Credit Units Permitted: 144 Credits

1. Major (15 courses, 45 credits) (2014 Cohort, Advanced Standing I, II)

1.1 Major Core (11 courses, 33 credits) 1.2 Major Elective (4 courses, 12 credits)

All statistics and analytical courses are application-oriented, meeting business needs. Business intelligence, risk management and software skills are built on statistics and analytical courses and are all inter-related.

Students are required to take 4 electives from Groups A and B and at least 2 must be from Group A

Major (15 courses, 45 credits) (2012, 2013 Cohort)

1.1 Major Core (9 courses, 27 credits) 1.2 Major Elective (6 courses, 18 credits)

All statistics and analytical courses are application-oriented, meeting business needs. Business intelligence, risk management and software skills are built on statistics and analytical courses and are all inter-related.

Students are required to take 6 electives from Groups A and B and at least 3 must be from Group A

2. College/School Requirement (8 college core + 1 college elective)

3. Gateway Education (10 courses, 30 credits)

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4. Minor/free electives (6 courses, 18 credits)

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Course Planning

4-year plan for 2012 cohort (existing Business Analysis year 3 students)

4-year plan for 2013 cohort (existing Business Analysis year 2 students )

4-year plan for 2014 cohort (will study Business Analysis year 2 in 2015/2016)

"4 minus 1” plan for ASI students

“4 minus 2” plan for ASII students