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Course Code
CHIN B1032
Course Name
Academic Chinese Reading and Writing I
Credit
3.0 - 3.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Introduction
This course is basically designed for distinguished level learners to help them handle academic topics, especially in humanity and social science. It focuses on students’ skills of reading and writing academic language materials. And their listening and speaking skills will also be developed.
Course Code
ECON B1003
Course Name
Accounting I
Credit
3.0 - 3.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2020/2021 Spring Summer
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Mathematics & Statistics II
Course Code
CHIN B1004
Course Name
Advanced Chinese Reading and Writing
Credit
6.0 - 6.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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Introduction
This course is designed for advanced Chinese language learners and aims to help students understand deeper background knowledge which is rooted in literature (both ancient and modern). The selected learning materials are made up of classic, typical, important or sometimes interesting poems, essays and stories. We are primarily focusing on reading and writing, but oral tasks, such as reading aloud, recitation, discussion, presentation, are also involved in the course.
Course Code
ARTS B1001
Course Name
Chinese Literacy and Culture
Credit
4.0 - 4.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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Introduction
This course will help learners overcome the difficulties in learning Chinese characters faced by most foreigners. It helps students who have no Chinese characters knowledge at all. The course is divided into two semesters. In this course, you will study the basic strokes, writing orders and structures, the formations of Chinese characters, the culture of Chinese characters, some useful radicals, some frequently used Chinese characters and the source of Chinese characters which refers to how Chinese characters were created.
Course Code
COMMMGT B1002
Course Name
Communication Studies II
Credit
3.0 - 3.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2020/2021 Spring Summer
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Macroeconomics
Course Code
COMMMGT B1001
Course Name
Communications Studies I
Credit
3.0 - 3.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
朱廷举
Introduction
This course aims to introduce basic theories applicable to communication phenomena and problems related to different aspects of our daily life. We are primarily focusing on major communication theories, with also some coverages on cultural and social theories, as well as the development of China’s communication industry. The main goal of the course Communication I is to help students understand different research traditions in communication studies and various communication phenomena in contemporary China.
Course Code
CHIN B1001
Course Name
Elementary Chinese I
Credit
6.0 - 6.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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Introduction
This course is designed for students who have no or little knowledge of the Chinese language and aims to help student get some basic language knowledge and conversation skills to meet the need of daily life in China. Your skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing will all be developed. After this course, the level of your Chinese will be above HSK-2. The classes are made up of lecture classes and drill classes. We are primarily focusing on LISTENIGN and SPEAKING in the classes.
Course Code
CHIN B1012
Course Name
Elementary Chinese II
Credit
4.0 - 4.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2020/2021 Spring Summer
Introduction
Elementary Chinese Listening and Speaking
Course Code
CHIN B1013
Course Name
Elementary Chinese Listening and Speaking
Credit
2.0 - 2.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2020/2021 Spring Summer
Introduction
Introduction to Contemporary China
Course Code
F B1001
Course Name
Finance
Credit
2.0 - 2.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Dai Yuwen
Introduction
1. Course DescriptionIn this course, we study money, banking, and financial markets. Banks and other financial institutions make financial markets work by moving funds from people who save to people who have productive investment opportunities. To examine the effects of financial markets and financial intermediaries on the economy, we need to acquire an understanding of their general structure and operation. To that end, we first provide a general overview of the financial system, and explain what money is and how it is measured.