Bachelor of Science in Global China Studies (Humanities & Social Science)

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Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Data not available
Duration 4 years
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$ 12
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$ 38
Foreign students

Student Visa

$ 29
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Entry Requirements

  • High school graduation; and
  • SAT Reasoning Test with a combined score of 1800 or above (in one sitting) or ACT Plus Writing with composite score of 27 or above (in one sitting); and
  • (i) American College Board Advanced Placement (AP) in three subjects, each with a score of 3 or above; or
  • (ii) Three SAT Subject Tests, each with a score of 600 or above

Curriculum

  • Modern China
  • Contemporary China: Continuity and Change
  • The Making of the Modern World: Renaissance to the Present
  • First-Year Seminar
  • Approaches to Humanities in China Studies
  • Research Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Capstone Project
  • Honors Thesis
  • Science, Technology and Environment
  • Economic Development
  • China's Economic Transformation
  • China in the Global Political Economy
  • China's Sustainable Development
  • Community and Cultural Identity
  • Philosophical Inquiry into the Modern World
  • Heritage in Cross-Cultural Perspectives
  • Confucianism in Global Context
  • Comparative Politics
  • Social Inequality and Social Mobility
  • Social Change in Contemporary China
  • Understanding Chinese Politics
  • Language, Communication and Culture
  • Questions of Humanity in World Literature
  • Language and Literature in Modern China
  • Verbal and Visual Representation of China

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