Introduction to SUFE International Summer School Program

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Introduction to SUFE International Summer School Program

SUFE International Summer School is operated and hosted by its home institution: Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE), established in 1917 The mission of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics is to cultivate excellence in both research and teaching so as to become an internationally renowned research institute specializing in finance and economics. After generations of hard work and unremitting efforts for 101 years, SUFE has become a multi-disciplinary key university with finance and economics as the most prominent focus, in addition to coordinated development in other disciplines including management, law, arts and social science. 

As one of the most international universities in China, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics has collaborations with a great number of international cooperations, world’s most distinguished universities and research institutions through various ways such as studying abroad, summer programs and exchange student programs. As one of our global initiatives, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics has established the SUFE International Summer School Program since summer 2018. In summer 2018, SUFE International Summer School Program has opened 18 courses. 103 students has joined the SUFE program and gained excellent experience.

The mission of SUFE International Summer School Program is to provide high standard college-level courses for international students and enrich their global perspectives by immersing in traditional and modern Chinese culture. SUFE International Summer School Program is a four-week summer program expected to open from June 3rd, 2019 to June 28 th, 2019. The program will provide nearly 20 college-level courses for students. Courses cover subjects and fields of humanity, history, sociology, mathematics, literature, psychology, economics, finance, accounting, ect. SUFE International Summer School Program emphasizes the study of liberal-art education for a better understanding of the world and people.

All classes will be instructed in English by visiting professors or lecturers from our partner universities, including Columbia University, College of William and Mary, University of California, Irvine and other world-renowned institutions. Each course will include 32 lecture hours from Monday to Thursday by instructors, 8 hours discussion sessions held by teaching assistants, 8 hours office hours and 4 hours review sessions. Some courses may have extra classes as arranged by the instructor. Students are required to attend classes regularly. Attendance, assignments, papers, projects, mid-terms and finals will be considered and evaluated as the final grade one student could get in a particular course. Each class will be counted 4 credits.


2019 SUFE International Summer School Program

Class Schedule

  

Time    Slot

Course    Name

Instructor

Course    Syllabus

8:00-9:50

Introduction to Philosophy

Ross Hamilton, 

Columbia University

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8:00-9:50

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Byung-Joo Lee

University of Notre Dame

Download

8:00-9:50

Introduction to Psychology

Job Chen,

Clemson University

Download

8:00-9:50

Financial Accounting

Kang Cheng,

Morgan State University

Download

8:00-9:50

Renaissance to Modern Art in   West

TBD

Download

8:00-9:50

Principle of Marketing

TBD

Download

8:00-9:50

Advanced College Writing

TBD

Download

10:00-11:50

Introduction to Art   History from Prehistoric to Medieval

Ross Hamilton,

Columbia University

Download

10:00-11:50

Introduction to Microeconomics

Byung-Joo Lee

University of Notre Dame

Download

10:00-11:50

Calculus 1

Anja Bankovic

Boston College

Download

10:00-11:50

Introduction to Finance

Kang Cheng,

Morgan State University

Download

10:00-11:50

Introduction to Anthropology

Juli Minoves,

University of La Verne

Download

10:00-11:50

Western Civilization Since 1648

TBD

Download

10:00-11:50

Human Capital in Organizations

TBD

Download

12:00-13:50

Introduction to Programming

Mo Sha

State University of New York at Binghamton

Download

12:00-13:50

Historic Survey of American Civilization

Brandon Downing

Marietta College

Download

12:00-13:50

Race Relations in the U.S.

Brenda L. Moore

University at Buffalo

Download

12:00-13:50

Elementary Japanese Language

Naoko Kurokawa,

Duke University

Download

12:00-13:50

English Literature: Romantic Poetry

Ross Hamilton,

Columbia University

Download

12:00-13:50

Intermediate Microeconomics

Islam Rizvanoghlu,

University of Houston

Download

12:00-13:50

Strategic Management

TBD

Download

14:00-15:50

Information System

Mo Sha

State University of New York at Binghamton

Download

14:00-15:50

Introduction to Statistics

Byung-Joo Lee

University of Notre Dame

Download

14:00-15:50

Introduction to World History

Brandon Downing

Marietta College

Download

14:00-15:50

Linear Algebra and Differential   Equations

Anja Bankovic

Boston College

Download

14:00-15:50

Western Civilization to 1648

Juli Minoves,

University of La Verne

Download

14:00-15:50

Seeing Community

TBD

Download

14:00-15:50

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Islam Rizvanoghlu,

University of Houston

Download

16:00-17:50

Introduction to Sociology

Juli Minoves,

University of La Verne

Download

16:00-17:50

Calculus 2

Anja Bankovic

Boston College

Download

16:00-17:50

World War 1 & 2

Brandon Downing

Marietta College

Download

16:00-17:50

History of Jazz

Bert Seager,

New England Conservatory

Download

16:00-17:50

Introduction to Film and Film   Theory

Ross Hamilton,

Columbia University

Download

16:00-17:50

Introduction to Physics (with   lab)

Jiang Yu

Download

16:00-17:50

Introduction to Religion

Job Chen,

Clemson University

Download

18:00-19:50

Rhetoric and Academic Research

Ross Hamilton,

Columbia University

Download

18:00-19:50

Introduction to European History

TBD

Download

18:00-19:50

Business Law

Mehdi Hakimi,

Stanford University

Download

18:00-19:50

Introduction to Logic

Job Chen,

Clemson University

Download

18:00-19:50

Multivariable Calculus

Anja Bankovic,

Boston College

Download

18:00-19:50

Social Psychology

TBD

Download

18:00-19:50

Abnormal Psychology

TBD

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Note: The courses and instructors are subjected to change. Please contact your academic advisor in SUFE for your study plan or update on courses and instructors.

    

Program Application:

1) Each student can only take no more than THREE summer courses in SUFE International Summer School Program.  

2) All applicants should get the following English Proficiency before they apply for SUFE program: 

TOEFL IBT: 90

IELTS6.5

SAT Reading above 500

Certificate of Enrollment from a university or college in the United States or Canada

3) If you are interested in taking SUFE International Summer School Program, please consult with your academic advisor in your own institution for your study plan. Students are responsible for their own credit transfer results according to the policies in different schools.