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Graduate School Courses

Compulsory Courses Offered in 2016-17

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GRSC6020 Introduction to Thesis Writing (The Humanities & Related Disciplines) Sem 1 & Sem 2
GRSC6021 Introduction to Thesis Writing (The Sciences & Related Disciplines) Sem 1 & Sem 2
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GRSC6029 Research Ethics for Graduate Students (Faculties of Business and Economics, Education, Law and Social Sciences) Sem 1 & Sem 2
GRSC6030 Research Ethics for Graduate Students (Faculties of Arts and Architecture) Sem 1
GRSC6031 Research Ethics for Graduate Students (Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Dentistry) Sem 1 & Sem 2
GRSC6032 Research Ethics for Graduate Students (Faculty of Engineering) Sem 2
GRSC6033 Research Ethics for Graduate Students (Faculty of Science) Sem 1 & Sem 2
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GRSC6034 Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods (The Humanities & Related Disciplines) Sem 1 & Sem 2
GRSC6035 Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods (The Sciences & Related Disciplines) Sem 1 & Sem 2
GRSC6036 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (The Humanities & Related Disciplines) Sem 2
GRSC6037 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (The Sciences & Related Disciplines) Sem 2
GRSC6007 Applied Quantitative Research Methods (note 4) Sem 2

note 1: Students wishing to enroll in the course not intended for their home Faculty must seek approval from their supervisor(s) and Chairman of the Departmental Research Postgraduate Committee (DRPC). A request form is downloadable here. Change of course is however not advisable.
note 2: Students may apply for a waiver of the Transferable Skills course.  The waiver application will be considered on exceptional basis and on recommendation of the Faculty Higher Degrees Committee with full justification and support of the supervisor and Departmental Research Postgraduate Committee. 
note 3: The Graduate School will invite applications for the course via bulk email in December. A course fee and approval of the Faculty are required for course enrollment.
note 4: Prerequisite - Students must provide documentary evidence that they possess basic knowledge in measurement and statistical concepts.
note 5: Students will be identified of their need of English enhancement by their TOFEL or IELTS scores upon admission and those required to take this course will be notified individually by the Graduate School.