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East China Normal University International Summer School

Campus:East China Normal University
Address: 500 Dongchuan Rd.,Shanghai 200241
Time: 06/04/2018 - 06/29/2018 (4-week)
   07/05/2018 - 08/08/2018 (5-week)

East China Normal University (ECNU) was established in 1951. Being a university with an international perspective, ECNU attaches great importance to the internationalization of its development and has established strategic cooperative partnerships with many world-renowned universities from all over the world.

Now, ECNU is steadily and enthusiastically working towards its goal of establishing itself as an internationally renowned high-level research university, and will therefore play a more prominent role in China’s rise in the 21st century.

4 WEEKS

Time Slot Course Code Course Name Instructor Course Syllabus

08:00 - 10:00

PSY 14

Social Psychology

Cecilia Cheng

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08:00 - 10:00

MAT 12

Calculus II

Anja Bankovic

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08:00 - 10:00

ART 15

Introduction to Art History

Ross Hamilton

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10:00 - 12:00

HIS 17

American History Since 1865

Ross Hamilton

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10:00 - 12:00

ECON 11

Introduction to Microeconomics

Islam Rizvanoghlu

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10:00 - 12:00

PSY 11

Introduction to Psychology

Cecilia Cheng

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10:00 - 12:00

MAT 23

Calculus III

Anja Bankovic

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12:00 - 14:00

PHY 12

Introduction to Physics (with lab)

Jordan Morelli

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12:00 - 14:00

PHI 12

Introduction to Philosophy

Ross Hamilton

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12:00 - 14:00

ACCT 13

Financial Accounting

Xu Haoping

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14:00 - 16:00

ENG 22

Selected Works of British Literature, Medieval to 1800

Ross Hamilton

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16:00 - 18:00

CHE 13

Introduction to Chemistry (with lab)

Fan Zhang

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16:00 - 18:00

ECON 12

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Islam Rizvanoghlu

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16:00 - 18:00

SOC 19

Race Relations in the U.S.

Noriko Matsumoto

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18:00 - 20:00

MAT 21

Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Anja Bankovic

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18:00 - 20:00

MAT 22

Introduction to Statistics

Islam Rizvanoghlu

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18:00 - 20:00

SOC 11

Introduction to Sociology

Ross Hamilton

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5 WEEKS

Time Slot Course Code Course Name Instructor Course Syllabus

8:45 - 10:35

ECO 11

Microeconomics

Liang Ding

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8:45 - 10:35

ACC 11

Financial Accounting

Michael Peterson

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8:45 - 10:35

SOC 11

Introduction to Sociology

Sampson Lee Blair

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8:45 - 10:35

HIS 17

American History since 1865

Michael G. Vann

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8:45 - 10:35

PSY 11

Principles of Psychology

Bianca Murphy

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8:45 - 10:35

MAT 11

Calculus I

Bernard Brooks

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8:45 - 10:35

MAT 21

Linear Algebra

Edward Butz

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8:45 - 10:35

PHI 21

Introduction to Logic

Keith McPartland

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8:45 - 10:35

BUS 23

Strategic Management

Mike Chao

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10:45 - 12:35

ECO 12

Macroeconomics

Liang Ding

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10:45 - 12:35

ACC 12

Managerial Accounting

Michael Peterson

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10:45 - 12:35

SOC 31

Sociology of Family

Sampson Lee Blair

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10:45 - 12:35

HIS 12

Introduction to World History

Michael G. Vann

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10:45 - 12:35

PSY 14

Social Psychology

Bianca Murphy

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10:45 - 12:35

MAT 12

Calculus II

Bernard Brooks

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10:45 - 12:35

MAT 22

Introduction to Statistics

Edward Butz

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10:45 - 12:35

PHI 12

Introduction to Philosophy

Keith McPartland

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10:45 - 12:35

BUS 22

Business Sustainability:Ethics and Social Responsibility

Mike Chao

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13:35 - 15:25

ART 11

Introduction to Western Art: Ancient and Medieval Art

Marion Lee

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13:35 - 15:25

MUS 18

Introduction to Jazz

William Post

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13:35 - 15:25

ENG 22

Selected Works of British Literature, Medieval to 1800

Mark Stephenson

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13:35 - 15:25

COM 12

Introduction to Communication

Marcia Dawkins

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13:35 - 15:25

MKT 21

Principle of Marketing

Mike Chao

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15:35 - 17:25

ENG 12COM 11

Public Speaking

Marcia Dawkins

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15:35 - 17:25

ART 12

Introduction to Western Art: Renaissance to the Modern

Marion Lee

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15:35 - 17:25

MUS 20

World Music

William Post

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15:35 - 17:25

FIM 11

Introduction to Film Studies

Mark Stephenson

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15:35 - 17:25

CPP 11

Introduction to Computer Programming

Bernard Brooks

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15:35 - 17:25

MAT 23

Calculus III

Edward Butz

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PROFESSORS

Julio Minoves

Julio Minoves

Teaching Background

University of La Verne

Teaching

Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to World History
Introduction to Comparative Politics
Introduction to Anthropology

Education Background

Ph.D. in Yale University
Ross Hamilton

Ross Hamilton

Teaching Background

Columbia University, Barnard College

Teaching

Introduction to Philosophy - From Plato to Fanon
History of Art-Prehistory to Postmodernism
Introduction to American History
Introduction to Film and Film Theory
English Literature

Education Background

Ph.D in Yale University
D.E.A. École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Yale University, M.A. English Literature
M. Lee Alexander

M. Lee Alexander

Teaching Background

College of William and Mary

Teaching

Public Speaking
College Writing

Education Background

Ph.D., Folklore Studies, Minor Finno-Urgric Studies, Indiana University
M.A., Applied Linguistics, Indiana University
B.A., Double Major Comparative Literature and Modern Languages, Beloit College
Sampson Lee Blair

Sampson Lee Blair

Teaching Background

The State University of New York

Teaching

SOC 11:Introduction to Sociology
SOC 31:Sociology of the Family

Education Background

Ph.D.,Penn State University
Edward Butz

Edward Butz

Teaching Background

University of British Columbia

Teaching

MAT 12: Calculus II
MAT 22: Introduction to Statistics
MAT 11: Calculus I

Education Background

Ph.D., University of Chicago
NORIKO MATSUMOTO

NORIKO MATSUMOTO

Teaching Background

University of Vermont

Teaching

Race Relations in the U.S.

Education Background

P.H.D., City University of New York
M.Phil., City University of New York
M.A., State University of New Jersey
B.A., University of Massachusetts
Islam Rizvanoghlu

Islam Rizvanoghlu

Teaching Background

University of Houston

Teaching

Introduction to Microeconomic
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Introduction to Statistics

Education Background

P.H.D., Rice University
M.A., Central European University
B.A., Bogazici University
James E. Hartley

James E. Hartley

Teaching Background

Mount Holyoke College

Teaching

Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics

Education Background

Ph.D., Economics, University of California
James R. Doyle

James R. Doyle

Teaching Background

Macalester College

Teaching

College Physics I
General Chemistry

Education Background

Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder
Michael Petersen

Michael Petersen

Teaching Background

North Dakota State University

Teaching

Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Business Law

Education Background

Ph.D., The University of Iowa
Marcia Dawkins

Marcia Dawkins

Teaching Background

University of Southern California

Teaching

Introduction to Communication
Public Speaking

Education Background

Ph.D., University of Southern California
Jordan Morelli

Jordan Morelli

Teaching Background

Queen’s University

Teaching

Introduction to Physics (with lab)

Education Background

Ph.D., University of Saskatchewan
M.A.Sc., University of Windsor

SHANGHAI HOUSING

We provide two on-campus housing choices in Beijing: Hongguoyuan Hotel and Beijing Jiaotong University International Student Apartment. The rooms will be allocated to students randomly.

1. On-campus housing:

The on-campus housing at BJTU is on constant updating. Please contact us by email via info@auiaschool.com or by Wechat via consultant.

2. Off-campus housing:

(1) Orange Hotel (Beijing Xizhimen North)

Tel: 010-52241010

(2) Super 8 Hotel (Xizhimen Beijing jiaotong University East Road)

Tel: 010-51466078

(3) Home Inns (Beijing Jiaotong University East Gate)

Tel: 010-62222288