All Computer Engineering programmes, including those with pathways are phasing out starting from the 2021 Spring Term. For new admission, please consider other programmes.
This programme provides comprehensive knowledge of a wide range of electronic principles, practical skills in electronics and the capacity to analyse and synthesize circuits and devices. The Honours programme gives students the opportunity to specialize in certain areas of electronics, and includes training in independent project work.
Graduates are qualified to embark on a career as an electronic design engineer, analyst or consultant.
Programme List and Prospectus
|BSc in Computer Engineering||(BSCCE)||120 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc in Computer Engineering (through Pathway 1)||(BSCCE1)||40 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc in Computer Engineering (through Pathway 2)||(BSCCE2)||50 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc in Computer Engineering (through Pathway 3)||(BSCCE3)||50 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc (Hons) in Computer Engineering||(BSCHCE)||160 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc (Hons) in Computer Engineering (through Pathway 1)||(BSCHCE1)||80 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc (Hons) in Computer Engineering (through Pathway 2)||(BSCHCE2)||80 credits||Prospectus|
|BSc (Hons) in Computer Engineering (through Pathway 3)||(BSCHCE3)||90 credits||Prospectus|
- BSCCE & BSCHCE: Admission is open to anyone in Hong Kong over the age of 17.
- BSCCE1 &BSCHCE1: a student shall normally possess a higher diploma or associate degree in a discipline closely related to Computer Engineering.
- BSCCE2 &BSCHCE2: a student shall normally possess the Certificate in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering awarded by The Open University of Hong Kong.
Mode of Study:
- Distance learning
- In distance learning, students are provided with self-study materials which allow them to study at their own pace. Tutors will provide tutorials and online support.
- The programme structure and the course outline can be seen in the prospectus. (See the Programme List and Prospectus section above.)
- Since most DL students study part-time, at their own pace, the length of time they take to complete their studies varies. For example, most people take around five years to gain the 120 credits needed for a Bachelor’s Degree (usually taking one or two courses at a time), but some have managed to compress it into three.
- Students can take courses in any order (except those with prerequisites). In general, new students are advised to choose a course or courses at the Foundation or Middle level that are listed for the programme.
Credit Exemption – Pathway:
- Pathways (BSCCE1, BSCCE2, BSCHCE1 and BSCHCE2) provide a very convenient means to obtain credit exemption for students holding a relevant qualification.
- 80 credits are exempted through Pathway 1; 70 credits are exempted through Pathway 2.
Credit Exemption - Advanced Standing:
- Block Credit Transfer (BCT) is the general means of applying for credit exemption based on your current academic qualification.
- Application should be submitted to Advanced Standing & Records Office. The office will assess your academic qualification and determine the number of exempted credits.
- Before your application, you may search for precedent cases for your qualification. The result can be used as an indicator for the assessment of your qualification.
- There is a charge for BCT application.
- The course fee is based on number of credits and course level. For example, a 10-credit middle-level course costs $10,800 in 2016.
- The OUHK has two intakes each year - normally in Autumn Term (September) and Spring Term (January).
- Admission normally opens three months before the Term starts.
- Ways to register include online registration and Application by hand.