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CUHK-SZ adds three new undergraduate programs
    2016-03-09  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Zhang Qian

    zhqcindy@163.com

    The country’s Ministry of Education recently approved the Chinese University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen’s application to add three undergraduate programs, according to the university’s official website.

    The three new programs are BA in translation and interpreting studies, BSc in math & applied math and BBA in accounting. Students can enroll in the new programs starting this September.

    Future students of accounting will be taught an internationally recognized curriculum, with a key emphasis on cultivating students’ competency in recognizing and solving accounting affairs on both local and international levels.

    According to the university, the curriculum will help students earn certifications from multiple accounting groups such as the HKICPA, the ACCA and the CICPA without sitting for exams.

    For the BSc in math and applied math, the university offers three majors: theory math, applied math and finance math. Students will take general math and science courses during the first two years of study and will choose their majors before their third year.

    This particular degree will incorporate practical studies of cutting-edge industries like finance, high technology and logistics in Shenzhen, which offers students a broader selection of careers upon graduation.

    The BA in translation and interpreting studies will focus on translation between Chinese and English. The university had already opened a postgraduate program in translation and interpretation studies before the setting of the bachelor degree. The first postgraduate students will receive their certification before this September.

    The curriculum includes language courses as well as cultural studies of the East and West with the goal of cultivating students’ critical and philosophical thinking skills. With the assistance of various kinds of IT learning tools like language labs and CAT (computer-aided translation), the degree will combine literature learning with practical use of technology.

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