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Minor in Mathematics




Programme Requirement & Structure

Please refer to Academic Regulations and Records Office (ARRO)'s website of Minor for the latest information.


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Adding/Dropping Minor


Period for Add/Drop of Minors

Announcement of Results

Effective Term for Add of Minors

Effective Term for Drop of Minors


1 -15 November 2022

From 6 December 2022

Semester B 2022/23

Semester A 2022/23


23 June - 6 July 2023

From 27 July 2023

Semester A 2023/24

Summer Term 2023

Note: Requests for add/drop of minors must be submitted by 23:00 of the last day of the application period and late requests submitted after the specified deadlines will not be accepted. Students can view the results of their requests for adding minors in AIMS, and no separate emails will be issued to students announcing the results.

Minor Award

The minor awards for students who have applied for graduation will be verified by the Academic Regulations and Records Office when the course grades are available. After verification, the home academic units may then consider the proposed award classification for the students.

Department of Mathematics, CityU

Room Y6524, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, 83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Tel : (852) 3442-8643

Fax : (852) 3442-0250




Course List

Minor Requirements (15-17 credit units)

Catalogue Term : Semester A 2020/21 & thereafter

Minor Requirements (15-18 credit units)

Catalogue Term : Before Semester A 2020/21

Students who wish to take a Minor in Mathematics should take note that they are required to fulfill the prerequisites of the required courses which include MA1200 and MA1201. MA1006 is an exclusive course of these two prerequisites. According to the Academic Regulations, students will be restricted from registration in a course when they have earned credit units for an exclusive course. In this connection, students should not have taken MA1006 before they declare a Minor in Mathematics.