Summer Program in China
Opportunity to Study With FSU Faculty!
Framingham State University will be offering courses at a 2019 summer session in Beijing, for students from around the world. The dates of the program are July 8 - August 9
A variety of regular Framingham State University courses will be offered that may fulfill undergraduate degree requirements at U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities. All courses offered are listed in the undergraduate catalog as regular academic offerings at FSU. Students will study with FSU faculty and earn credits that may be transferable for credit at their home schools. Official transcripts will be issued by the Registrar’s Office of FSU. Credits are accepted at the discretion of the student’s home institution and it is the responsibility of the student to complete their home school approval process for receiving credit.
The courses below are current planned offerings and more information will be posted as courses and faculty are confirmed.
There are two steps for registration:
1. Registration for classes must be submitted directly to Framingham State University. Complete the registration form , and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (classes can NOT be confirmed until you have registered with UIBE)
a) Read the information sheet
b) For any classes that require prerequisites, submit an official transcript to show you have met the requirements. You may scan and submit to email@example.com.
2. Register directly with the University of International Business and Economics website for general registration in the summer program, housing, and payment.
Below are the planned Course Offerings in Beijing. Each class is 4 semester hours in the US system. Courses are subject to change and/or cancellation.
|Course Number||Course Title||Faculty||Syllabus|
|ACCT 220||Introduction to Financial Accounting||Rowat|
|ACCT 221||Introduction to Managerial Accounting (prereq. ACCT 220 or equivalent)||Rowat|
|ARTH 270||History of Art I||Conboy||Yes|
|ARTH 272||History of Art II||Ruehrwein||Yes|
|CHEM 101||The Chemistry of Life||Chen||Yes|
|COMM 107||Effective Speaking||S. Freedman||Yes|
|COMM 208||Basic Photography (Digital SLR camera required)||Conboy|
|CSCI 130||Computer Science I Using JAVA (this will include a lab section also)||Jung|
|ECON 101||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|ECON 102||Principles of Microeconomics|
|ECON 301||Intermediate Macroeconomics (prereq. Econ 101 & 102)|
|ECON 302||Intermediate Microeconomics (prereq. Econ 101 & 102)|
|ENGL 110||Expository Writing||Agane|
|ENGL 262||American Writers II (prereq. Expository Writing or equivalent)||Agane|
|ENGL 286||Professional Writing (prereq. Expository Writing or|
|HIST 152||United States History Since Reconstruction||Winston|
|MATH 117||Introduction to Statistics||Yu||Yes|
|MATH 220||Calculus II (prereq. Calculus I with grade of C or better)||Sandberg||Yes|
|MATH 221||Calculus III (prereq. Calculus II)||Yu||Yes|
|MATH 226||Linear Algebra & Applications (prereq. Calculus I)||Sandberg||Yes|
|MGMT 215||Legal Environment of Business||J. Freedman|
|MGMT 280||Organizational Behavior||J. Freedman|
|MGMT 381||Human Resource Management (prereq. course in Organizational Theory)||Palabijik||Yes|
|MRKT 181||Marketing Principles||Palabijik||Yes|
|MRKT 402||Strategic Marketing (prereq. MRKT 181 & 300 level|
MGMT or MRKT course)
|PHIL 101||Invitation to Philosophy||various|
|PHIL 201||History of Ancient Philosophy|
|PSYC 101||General Psychology||Gonsalves||Yes|
|PSYC 224||Social Psychology|
|SOCI 101||Introduction to Sociology|
|SPAN 101||Elementary Spanish I||Alvarado||Yes|