FIELDS OF STUDY
In Summer session I, students will enroll in 1 to 2 courses during the 5 weeks of the program, they can also enroll in 3 courses with a written authorization from their home institute. In Summer Session II, students will be able to enroll in 1 to 2 courses during the 4-week program.
Courses are available in Business, Economics, Marketing, Communication, Psychology, Philosophy, Science, Chinese Language and Culture Studies.
SUMMER 2019 COURSE LIST
|Subject Area||Course Name||Course Code||Prerequisite||Credits||Offered by|
|Business||Introduction to Financial Accounting||ACCT 2021||N/A||3||FDU|
|Management Information System||MIS 2001||N/A||3||FDU|
|Fundamentals of International Business||IBUS 3201||N/A||3||FDU|
|Principles of Marketing||MKTG 2120||N/A||3||FDU|
|Economics||Intro to Macroeconomics||ECON 2102||N/A||3||FDU|
|Intro to Microeconomics||ECON 2001||N/A||3||FDU|
|Social Sciences & Humanities||Cultural History of the Silk Roads||HIST 4431/HUMN 4430||N/A||3||FDU|
|Introduction to Philosophy||PHIL 1102||N/A||3||FDU|
|Intercultural Communication||COMM 1105||N/A||3||FDU|
|Comparative Religions||PHIL 2448||N/A||3||FDU|
|Introduction to World Civilization (World History)||HIST 1214||N/A||3||FDU|
|Child Adolescent Development||PSYC2002||N/A||3||FDU|
|Cross Cultural Psychology||PSYC3361||N/A||3||FDU/Norwich|
|Cross Cultural Perspectives||UNIV 2001||N/A||3||FDU|
|Global Issues||UNIV 2002||N/A||3||FDU|
|Masterpieces of World Literature II||ENGL 2202||N/A||3||FDU|
|The Global Art World||ART 2238||N/A||3||FDU|
|Geography and World Issues||GEOG 1102||N/A||3||FDU|
|Fundamentals of Music Theory||MUSIC 2221||N/A||3||FDU|
|Introduction to World Cinema||FILM 3215||N/A||3||FDU|
|Developing a Sustainability Mindset in a Globalized World||POLS 3201||N/A||3||FDU|
|Introduction to Sociology||SOCI 1201||N/A||3||FDU|
|Language Studies||Oral and Written Report||ENGL 2207||N/A||3||FDU|
|Public Speaking||SPCH 1155||N/A||3||FDU|
|Technical Communications||ENGR 2210||N/A||3||FDU|
|Basic Chinese for Business Purpose/Elementary Chinese I||CHIN 1009||N/A||3||FDU|
|Intermediate Chinese I (requires CN101 & 102)||CHIN 2103/CN 205||CN 101 & 102||3||FDU|
|Advanced Chinese||LANG3337||CHIN 2103/CN 205||3||FDU|
|Internship||Professional Development and Experiential Learning in China||UNIV 2005||N/A||3||FDU|
|STEM||Introduction to Computer Programming||CSCI 1205||N/A||3||FDU|
|Mathematical Methods||MATH 1128||N/A||3||FDU|
|Applied Statistics||MATH 1133||N/A||3||FDU|
|Modern Technologies: Principles/Applications/Impacts||ENGR 3000||N/A||3||FDU|
|Climate Change Biology||BIOL 1180||N/A||3||FDU|
*G-MEO reserves the right to cancel or adjust the course offering depending on student enrollment.
SUMMER 2019 COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Schedule for Session I Course Schedule for Session II Course Schedule for Shanghai Course Schedule for Internship
*Please make sure you refer to the course schedule when selecting courses to avoid time conflict.
G-MEO reserves the right to adjust the course schedule depending on student enrollment.
In our summer session, dropping and adding classes is only allowed through the third academic day. This limited time frame is due to the condensed format of the 5-week/4-week summer session. Drop/add opportunities are dependent on prior advisor approval and course availability as displayed on the established course schedule.
It is the students’ responsibility to get the approval from their academic adviser and fulfill the add/drop form at Center’s office. After the final add/drop date, students may not add/drop a course.
During the summer session, current students enrolled in two courses who drop one course as per G-MEO's summer add/drop policy will receive a 30% refund for the course dropped.