In Summer session, students will enroll in 1 to 3 courses during the 5 weeks of the program.

Courses are available in Business, Economics, Marketing, Psychology, Philosophy, Science, Chinese Language, Math, Technology and Culture Studies.


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Subject AreaCourse NameCourse CodeCreditsOffered by
Business & EconomicsIntroduction to MicroeconomicsECON 20013FDU
Introduction to MacroeconomicsECON 21023FDU
Introduction to Financial AccountingACCT 20213FDU
Principles of MarketingMKTG 21203FDU
Management Information SystemMIS 20013FDU
Fundamentals of International BusinessIBUS 32013FDU
Principles of Financial AnalysisFIN 32503FDU
Social Sciences & HumanitiesUnited States History IHIST 11143FDU
Intro to World CivilizationHIST 12143FDU
Cultural History of the Silk RoadsHIST 4431/HUMN 44303FDU
Geography and World IssuesGEOG 11023FDU
Introduction to SociologySOCI 12013FDU
Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL 11023FDU
Child & Adolescent DevelopmentPSYC 20023FDU/Norwich
Cross Cultural PsychologyPSYC 33613FDU
Art History: Renaissance - TodayARTH 12063FDU
Cross Cultural PerspectivesUNIV 20013FDU
Global IssuesUNIV 20023FDU
Movies and Chinese Culture-3FDU
Fundamentals of Music TheoryMUSIC 22213FDU
Listening to Live Music in Chengdu-3FDU
MathematicsApplied Statistics IMATH 23373FDU
Calculus IIMATH 22024FDU
Natural Science & TechnologyClimate Change BiologyBIOL 11803FDU
Ecosystem and Environmental ScienceBIOL 1070/10714FDU
Introduction to Computer ProgrammingCSCI 12053FDU
Language & Culture StudiesTechnical CommunicationsENGR 22104FDU
Oral and Written ReportENGL 22073FDU
Public SpeakingSPCH 11553FDU
Basic Chinese For Business Purpose (Elementary Chinese I)CHIN 10093FDU
Intermediate Chinese ICHIN 21033FDU
Advanced Chinese ILANG 33373FDU
World Food and CultureHUMN 22053FDU

*G-MEO reserves the right to cancel or adjust the course offering depending on student enrollment.


Course Schedule Sample  

*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.

Add/Drop Policy

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 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 approval from their academic adviser and fulfill the add/drop form at the 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.

Living in Chengdu


Contact G-MEO

  • NY Office Phone: 646-216-2186
  • Email:
  • Address: 260 Madison Ave. Suite 8046
    New York, NY 10016
  • Chengdu American Center Phone+86 (028) 8550 2761
  • Address: No.17, Section 13, Ren Min South Road, Chengdu, China 610044
  • (Search on Baidu Maps, or search Chengdu American Center directly on Google Maps due to Google search restriction in China)

World Food and Culture Class Field Trip - Sichuan Cuisine Museum

World Music Class Field Trip - Tibetan Music