Spring 2017 (tentative list)
Pre-registration is designed to ascertain students` interest and to determine the final list of courses to be actually offered.

Note: If a class has less than 5 enrollments, it is subjected to cancellation.

First Name£º
Last Name£º
Subject Courses£º
China in the Global Economy
Sino-American Relations
Chinese Architecture and Culture
China in Transformation
Doing Business in China
Contemporary Chinese Novels and society
Chinese Media Studies
Social Stratification and Inequality in China
International Business and China
Language Classes:
Non-Immersion track (9 hours per week):
Chinese Language I
Chinese Language II
Chinese Language III
Immersion Chinese Language (27 hours per week)
Internship Preferences:
Business
Non-government Organizations
Media/journalism
Law firms
IT
Housing Preferences:
Note:
Approval is needed for indepedent housing. Homestay and off campus apartment are options for the Chinese immersion track.

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