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Credit transfer for compulsory subjects may be sought before the MA programme starts, and is normally granted on a case-by-case basis.
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[This curriculum is applicable to cohorts admitted in or after 2016/17.]

The following list is subject to revision. Their offering is subject to the availability of teaching staff and viable enrolment numbers. Some elective subjects may not be offered every year. The Department has the discretion on the offering semester and class quota.

The Chinese Language Block
^ Students are allowed to choose either CBS532 or CBS539 to satisfy the compulsory credit requirement. 
* Students are allowed to choose either CBS530 or CBS533 to satisfy the compulsory credit requirement.
The Chinese Literature Block
The Chinese Culture Block
Credit transfer for compulsory subjects may be sought before the MA programme starts, and is normally granted on a case-by-case basis.

Students are required to take at least one 3-credit elective subject from the Chinese Language Block and one 3-credit elective subject from the Chinese Literature Block.

 
The Chinese Language Block
The Chinese Literature Block
Other

# Students who choose to register for the CBS593 MACLL Dissertation must have (a) successfully completed 6 credits from the compulsory subjects with an overall GPA of 3.50 or above; (b) registered the outstanding credits of compulsory subjects concurrently in the same semester of the same academic year; and (c) obtained permission from the Programme Leader.

 
Non-CBS elective subjects
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