The Faculty of Arts and Humanities (FAH) offers a rich multi-cultural, and exciting environment for students who engage with the intersection of Arts, Humanities and Technology, addressing the great human challenges of our times. FAH offers degrees in four key areas of studies: Media Arts and Technology; Architecture and Design; History and Heritage; Languages and Culture.
The Faculty of Business and Law (FBL) focuses on the study of management and leadership in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. FBL aims to develop innovative and society-oriented leaders to address the challenges and opportunities of Macao, the Pearl River Delta region, and its international partners. The Faculty has been growing since 1997, and its current alumni are present in all five continents.
The Faculty of Religious Studies and Philosophy (FRSP) is a community of scholars and students engaged in research, teaching and studying the disciplines of Philosophy and Theology.
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Education (FSSE) is a large and vibrant community of students, teachers, and academics who are keen to understand societies and its members and promote societal, community, and personal well-being. The three main disciplines of the Faculty serve these very well: education, social work and psychology.
The Institute for Data Engineering and Sciences (IDEAS) at USJ pursues our core mission of teaching, training and research, in the interest of the public good. The Institute provides a solid foundation in data science for students with specialized domain knowledge, such as smart elderly care, business analytics, financial technology (Fintech), smart tourism, health informatics, and smart city technology. We use and teach data analytics and artificial intelligence for the development and benefit of society.
The Institute of Science and Environment (ISE) develops research and teaching of the highest standards in different domains of Science, including Biology, Environmental Sciences, and Ocean and Earth Sciences. In addition, ISE also supports science and mathematics modules from other USJ undergraduate and graduate programmes.