China: Brooklyn College Study Abroad in China
May 28, 2014 – June 22, 2014 (Summer Session I)
Experience five cities in four weeks! Brooklyn College in China combines course work in speech, history, business and/or Chinese language with an extensive cultural and historical exploration of China, allowing students an opportunity to experience this unique country and culture through observation and interaction with local people and places. Participants will travel to five of the most famous and beautiful Chinese cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an. Side trips include exploring the Forbidden City, climbing the Great Wall, and visiting Tiananmen Square, the Terracotta Warriors and various Buddhist temples, Islamic mosques and other historical and cultural sites of interest. Course selection is from among Chinese culture, history, language and intercultural perspectives (please refer to the program website for details).
All courses will be taught by Brooklyn College faculty, under the direction of Professor Shuming Lu of the Department of Speech and Communication Arts and Sciences. This program is open to undergraduate and graduate students, all majors.
May 28, 2014 – June 22, 2014
$3,350 (includes international airfare, health insurance, program-related transportation in China, excursions, housing and some meals)
$350, plus Brooklyn College tuition. Non-tuition out-of-pocket costs include estimated costs for personal expenses, visa, tips ($70) and out-of-pocket meals ($150).
Courses and Credits
Three to six credits may be taken in the area of Asian business, Chinese language, intercultural communications and history. Upper and lower Core curriculum courses are offered. Final course offerings depend on enrollment. For a complete list, see the program website. Commonly offered courses are:
- BUSN 3175: Asian Business
- CHIN 1010: Intensive Elementary Chinese
- CHIN 1020: Intermediate Chinese
- CORC 1110: Classical Cultures of China
- CORC 3206: Development of the Silk Road
- HIST 3534: Revolutionary China
- SPEC 1619: Intercultural Communication
Financial aid may apply, and alternative loans are available. Scholarships that apply to this program are: SASA, Tow and Furman, among others (see Scholarship Opportunities).
How to Apply
- Complete the IEGE Notification of Study Abroad/Brooklyn College Study Abroad Application (pdf) and submit via e-mail to the International Education and Global Engagement office, or in person at the IEGE office, 1108 Boylan Hall.
- Complete the China program application.
Friday, March 21, 2014
International Education and Global Engagement
1108 Boylan Hall
Please note that all information listed above is subject to change.