History, Philosophy and Theology

Subject code
WUR31.0019

Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme is delivered over four years and emphasises the acquisition and development of wide-ranging legal and intellectual skills. Learning and teaching are interactive and aligned with intended learning outcomes. Students are trained to apply laws and legal principles to solve real-life problems. The LLB programme provides a firm foundation for a career in law and law-related fields, public service and post-graduate studies in Hong Kong and overseas.

Doctor of Philosophy

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in CityU School of Law consists of a substantial research project and a limited coursework component. A PhD thesis, in particular, must make a substantial original contribution to knowledge in the relevant subject area. Research postgraduate students are encouraged to be active members of the Law School's research community. Supervision is available under regional and international experts in a diverse array of subject areas, including public law, human rights, criminal law, private law, comparative law, international law and maritime law.

Victorian Gothic: History, Literature and Culture (Part time)

Victorian society and culture was a contradiction – an era of bold vision and technological wonders entwined with deep social fears and cultural anxieties.

This MA explores not just 19th-century Gothic cultures but, more generally, the fears, wonders, and dark imagination of the Victorian era. Through a rich and fascinating range of historical, literary and folkloric texts, themes and approaches, you'll probe the darker side of the Victorian age.

Victorian Gothic: History, Literature and Culture (Full time)

Victorian society and culture was a contradiction – an era of bold vision and technological wonders entwined with deep social fears and cultural anxieties.

This MA explores not just 19th-century Gothic cultures but, more generally, the fears, wonders, and dark imagination of the Victorian era. Through a rich and fascinating range of historical, literary and folkloric texts, themes and approaches, you'll probe the darker side of the Victorian age.
 

MA in Late Antique, Medieval and Early Modern Studies

This program is designed for students with a strong research agenda centered around late antique and medieval Latin, Byzantine and Post-Byzantine, Slavonic, South Caucasian, Eastern Christian, Arabic, Ottoman or Indian culture and a solid grounding in medieval or early modern history or a bordering discipline, such as philology, literature, philosophy or archeology. You will master the latest research methodologies and enrich your research through the study of relevant source languages.

Philosophy

What is consciousness? What is the relation between truth and democracy? If our world is mechanistic, how could chances ever exist?

Students will further train the philosophical knowledge and skills they developed in their Bachelor's degree programme and are encouraged to engage in philosophical discussions at a deeper level.

Master's students in Philosophy can choose from three specializations:
●    Theoretical Philosophy
●    History of Philosophy
●    Ethics Social and Political Philosophy