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BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE)

The BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE) aims at preparing students for a career in Physics and/or in the energy sector that involves applications of scientific principles and technology.  In addition to the university-wide whole person education, the specific objectives are to equip students with:

  1. A solid and broad foundation in physics to build up their careers or to pursue further studies;
  2. Experimental, theoretical, and computational skills to meet the needs and challenges of contemporary society;
  3. Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE)

BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE)BSc (Hons) in Green Energy and Smart Technology (GEST)

The BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE) aims at preparing students for a career in Physics and/or in the energy sector that involves applications of scientific principles and technology.  In addition to the university-wide whole person education, the specific objectives are to equip students with:

  1. A solid and broad foundation in physics to build up their careers or to pursue further studies;
  2. Experimental, theoretical, and computational skills to meet the needs and challenges of contemporary society;
  3. Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.

For students joining this programme at Year 2 in the AY22-23, they are expected to opt for the Applied Physics Concentration.

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BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE)

The aim of the programme is to nurture young professionals with the knowledge and practical skills to develop and implement green and smart technology-driven approaches for a career in the rapidly expanding sector of smart and net-zero carbon city development.  This programme provides training in green energy science and smart technology, such as green energy generations, smart energy storage and distribution, smart control system and IoT, carbon audit, energy audit and energy management.  In addition to in-class learning and projects, students have experiential learning opportunities, such as internship and overseas study exchange.  Courses are also available to help students to prepare for professional certification examinations.  Students graduating from this programme are well equipped and highly competitive for careers as green energy and smart technology professionals, e.g., in energy audit and consulting, energy/utility companies, green/smart building design and management, smart transportation and energy conservation.  The basic science training also prepares students for further studies in science and engineering, or careers in technology innovation.

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BSc (Hons) in Green Energy and Smart Technology (GEST)

 

The requirements of entry for Year 2 admission:

Major Programme: BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy (PGE) / BSc (Hons) in Green Energy and Smart Technology (GEST)

Relevant HKDSE subject(s) with 5* for guaranteed admission: Physics

Minimum Requirement(s):

(1) Grade C in PHYS1005 Introduction to Green Energy#; AND
(2) Grade C in at least two other Year 1 Science courses (including BIOL1005, CHEM1005, COMP1005 and MATH1025)

#For students admitted to Year 1 in or before 2020-2021:
Grade C in PHYS1005 Introduction to Green Energy; OR
Grade C in PHYS1006 Introduction to Physics

Remark: If "DT (Distinction) / S (Satisfactory) / U (Unsatisfactory)" grade instead of “Letter grade” is assigned for the Year 1 Science Courses in 2020-21 and sem 1 of 2021-22, students who get “DT” or “S” grade in the relevant Year 1 Science course will satisfy the minimum grade requirement of the respective major programme. 

 

Energy Management and Technology Concentration

Applied Physics Concentration

University Student Handbook 2021-2022

Student Handbook (Guidelines for Theses (2021-2022))