Master of Philosophy in Chinese Literature Duration: 2 years Medium of Instruction: Chinese Aims Exposing students to classic, modern, and contemporary Chinese literature as well as related theories. Improving students’ competence in Chinese literature and enhancing their understanding of latest research and developments in the field. Broadening students’ horizon and enable them to explore Chinese literature in new ways, new perspectives and by employing new theories. Laying a solid foundation for the further pursuit of studies in Chinese literature. Equipping students with the capacity for independent research and the ability to produce high-quality theses Features In-depth understanding of the various aspects of Chinese literature; Building competence in academic research in Chinese literature; Courses spanning two semesters followed by the writing of a thesis. Programme Intended Learning Outcomes Demonstrate their understanding of classic, modern, and contemporary Chinese literature as well as related theories; Use their competence in Chinese literature to enhance their understanding of latest research and developments in the field; Explore Chinese literature in new ways, new perspectives and by employing new theories; Produce independent research and high-quality theses. Curriculum Curriculum for students admitted in or after 2019/2020 (Master of Philosophy) Curriculum for students admitted in or after 2018/2019 (Master of Arts) CORE FACULTY >Graduation Requirements Obtain 30 credits as stated in the study plan of the programme; GPA Requirement: cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above; Write a thesis and pass the oral defence. Entry Requirements Please refer to the website of the Graduate School for details. Career Prospects Our graduates enjoy a competitive edge in the education sector and government offices in Hong Kong, Macao and the Chinese mainland. Brighter prospects in other fields, encompassing the media, writing, publishing, and cultural creative industry, etc. Prepare students to pursue PhD programmes in Chinese literature. Remarks Resources for current students in Graduate School; Please refer to the Course Catalog for course information of the curriculum.