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East China Normal University International Summer School

Campus:East China Normal University
Address: 500 Dongchuan Rd.,Shanghai 200241
Time: 06/04/2018 - 06/30/2018 (4-week)
   07/05/2018 - 08/08/2018 (5-week)

East China Normal University (ECNU) was established in 1951. Being a university with an international perspective, ECNU attaches great importance to the internationalization of its development and has established strategic cooperative partnerships with many world-renowned universities from all over the world.

Now, ECNU is steadily and enthusiastically working towards its goal of establishing itself as an internationally renowned high-level research university, and will therefore play a more prominent role in China’s rise in the 21st century.

SHANGHAI COURSES

4 weeks

Time Slot Course Code Course Name Instructor Course Syllabus

8:30-10:45

MAT 11

Calculus I

TBD

8:30-10:45

HIS 15

An Introduction to Canadian History

TBD

8:30-10:45

PSY 14

Social Psychology

TBD

8:30-10:45

MAT 22

Introduction to Statistics

TBD

8:30-10:45

BUS 22

Organizational Behavior

TBD

10:55-13:10

MAT 12

Calculus II

TBD

10:55-13:10

HIS 17

American History Since 1865

TBD

10:55-13:10

PSY 11

Principles of Psychology

TBD

10:55-13:10

COM 15

Computer Programming I

TBD

10:55-13:10

BUS 24

Business Law

TBD

14:00-16:15

MAT 23

Calculus III

TBD

14:00-16:15

ECO 11

Microeconomics

TBD

14:00-16:15

PHI 12

Introduction to Philosophy

TBD

14:00-16:15

ART 15

History of Art I

TBD

14:00-16:15

ENG 12/COM 11

Public Speaking

TBD

16:25-18:40

MAT 21

Linear Algebra

TBD

16:25-18:40

ECO 12

Macroeconomics

TBD

16:25-18:40

PHI 21

Introduction to Logic

TBD

16:25-18:40

ART 16

History of Art II

TBD

16:25-18:40

CMN 12

Introduction to Professional Writing

TBD


5 weeks

Time Slot Course Code Course Name Instructor Course Syllabus

8:45-10:35

ECO 11

Microeconomics

Liang Ding

8:45-10:35

ACC 11

Financial Accounting

Michael Peterson

8:45-10:35

SOC 11

Introduction to Sociology

Sampson Lee Blair

8:45-10:35

HIS 17

American History since 1865

Michael G. Vann

8:45-10:35

ENG 11

College Composition

Mark Stephenson

8:45-10:35

PSY 11

Principles of Psychology

Bianca Murphy

8:45-10:35

MAT 11

Calculus I

Bernard Brooks

8:45-10:35

MAT 21

Linear Algebra

Edward Butz

8:45-10:35

PHI 17

Introduction to Ancient and Medieval Western Philosophy

Keith McPartland

8:45-10:35

BUS 23

Strategic Management

Mike Chao

10:45-12:35

ECO 12

Macroeconomics

Liang Ding

10:45-12:35

ACC 12

Managerial Accounting

Michael Peterson

10:45-12:35

REL 28/PHI 16

Introduction to World Religions and Philosophy

Thomas Michael

10:45-12:35

SOC 31

Sociology of Family

Sampson Lee Blair

10:45-12:35

HIS 12

Introduction to World History

Michael G. Vann

10:45-12:35

PSY 14

Social Psychology

Bianca Murphy

10:45-12:35

MAT 12

Calculus II

Bernard Brooks

10:45-12:35

MAT 22

Introduction to Statistics

Edward Butz

10:45-12:35

PHI 12

Introduction to Philosophy

Keith McPartland

10:45-12:35

BUS 22

Business Sustainability:Ethics and Social Responsibility

Mike Chao

13:35-15:25

ART 11

Introduction to Western Art: Ancient and Medieval Art

Marion Lee

13:35-15:25

BIO 11

Introduction to Biology

Mary Montgomery

13:35-15:25

REL 12

Introduction to Christianity

Thomas Michael

13:35-15:25

MUS 18

Introduction to Jazz

William Post

13:35-15:25

ENG 22

Selected Works of British Literature, Medieval to 1800

Mark Stephenson

13:35-15:25

PHY 12

College Physics I(with Lab)

James Doyle

13:35-15:25

ECO 21

Intermediate Macroeconomics

TBD

13:35-15:25

COM 12

Introduction to Communication

Marcia Dawkins

13:35-15:25

MKT 21

Principle of Marketing

Mike Chao

15:35-17:25

CHE 13

General Chemistry I(with Lab)

James Doyle

15:35-17:25

ENG 12/COM 11

Public Speaking

Marcia Dawkins

15:35-17:25

ART 12

Introduction to Western Art: Renaissance to the Modern

Marion Lee

15:35-17:25

BUS 24

Business Law

Michael Peterson

15:35-17:25

REL 11/PHI 15

Introduction to Chinese Philosophy and Religion

Thomas Michael

15:35-17:25

MUS 20

World Music

William Post

15:35-17:25

FIM 11

Introduction to Film Studies

Mark Stephenson

15:35-17:25

CPP 11

Introduction to Computer Programming

Bernard Brooks

15:35-17:25

MAT 23

Calculus III

Edward Butz

15:35-17:25

ECO 22

Intermediate Microeconomics

TBD

SHANGHAI PROFESSORS

Benjamin Donaldson

Benjamin Donaldson

Education Background

Yale University

Teaching

PTT 11-A: Basic Photography-A;
PTT 11-B: Basic Photography-B

Education Background

MFA, Yale University, School of Art, New Haven, CT

Stephen Douglas Beets

Stephen Douglas Beets

Education Background

Wake Forest University

Teaching

ACC 11: Financial Accounting;
ACC 12: Managerial Accounting

Education Background

Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (VPI&SU)

Sampson Lee Blair

Sampson Lee Blair

Education Background

The State University of New York

Teaching

SOC 11:Introduction to Sociology;
SOC 31:Sociology of the Family

Education Background

Ph.D.,Penn State University

Edward Butz

Edward Butz

Education Background

University of British Columbia

Teaching

MAT 12: Calculus II;
MAT 22: Introduction to Statistics;
MAT 11: Calculus I

Education Background

Ph.D., University of Chicago

Ron Sheese

Ron Sheese

Education Background

York University

Teaching

PSY 11: Principles of Psychology;
PSY 14: Social Psychology

Education Background

Ph. D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

George Esenwein

George Esenwein

Education Background

University of Florida

Teaching

HIS 11: Introduction to World History: The Modern World, 1900-2000;
HIS 17: American History from 1865

Education Background

Ph.D., London School of Economics and Political Science

SHANGHAI HOUSING

We provide two on-campus housing choices in Beijing: Hongguoyuan Hotel and Beijing Jiaotong University International Student Apartment. The rooms will be allocated to students randomly.

1. On-campus housing:

The on-campus housing at BJTU is on constant updating. Please contact us by email via info@auiaschool.com or by Wechat via consultant.

2. Off-campus housing:

(1) Orange Hotel (Beijing Xizhimen North)

Tel: 010-52241010

(2) Super 8 Hotel (Xizhimen Beijing jiaotong University East Road)

Tel: 010-51466078

(3) Home Inns (Beijing Jiaotong University East Gate)

Tel: 010-62222288