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Course Code
ARTS 423B09
Course Name
A modern interpretation of Traditional Chinese thought
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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Introduction
Traditional Chinese Culture and Public Diplomacy has been listed as a major course on the corriculum of the Global Engagement Program. As China has entered a new stage on in the internnational community, becoming one of the greatest global players, standing at the very center of the world. To be more specific, China has been now considered as the most important global player by many countries. Therefor, China is supposed to take more responsibilies, and make more contributions to the further development of the world.
Course Code
CEE 195
Course Name
About Civil Engineering
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 Fall Winter
Henschen, Jacob
2019/2020 Fall Winter
LaFave, James
2018/2019 Fall Winter
LaFave, James, Liu Liang Y
2017/2018 Fall Winter
Liu Liang Y
Introduction
Civil engineering orientation including historical developments, education requirements, relation to science, professional practice, and specialties within the profession.
Course Code
MATH 416
Course Name
Abstract Linear Algebra
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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Introduction
Rigorous proof-oriented course in linear algebra. Topics include determinants, vector spaces over fields, linear transformations, inner product spaces, eigenvectors and eigenvalues, Hermitian matrices, Jordan Normal Form. 3 or 4 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Credit is not given for both MATH 416 and either ASRM 406 or MATH 415. Prerequisite: MATH 241 or consent of instructor; MATH 347 is recommended.
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
ARTS 421A03
Course Name
Academic writing
Credit
1.0 - 1.0
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
It aims to introduce the students some of the basic social research methods which are widely use in mainstream academic world and therefore to teach them how to write academically accepted research paper.
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
Introduction
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
STAT 448
Course Name
Advanced Data Analysis
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
Several of the most widely used techniques of data analysis are discussed with an emphasis on statistical computing. Topics include linear regression, analysis of variance, generalized linear models, and analysis of categorical data. In addition, an introduction to data mining is provided considering classification, model building, decision trees, and cluster analysis. Same as CSE 448. 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: STAT 400 or STAT 409, and credit for or concurrent registration in STAT 410.
Course Code
MATH1001
Course Name
Advanced Mathematics
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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2021/2022 Fall Winter
张宇
2020/2021 Fall Winter
黄雯雯
2019/2020 Fall Winter
Bocharov, Sergey
2018/2019 Fall Winter
Bocharov, Sergey
2017/2018 Spring Summer
Bocharov, Sergey
Introduction
Advanced Mathematics is a fundamental university-level mathematics course. You will learn the skills and techniques to solve the mathematical problems in biology and medicine. The course consists of two parts: Calculus, and Probability and Statistics.Part I - Calculus. Calculus is a branch of mathematics that was developed in the latter half of the 17th century. There are two branches of calculus: differential calculus and integral calculus. Differential calculus (derivatives) involves the study of all sorts of rates of change, including the slope of a tangent line.
Course Code
ENGL2001
Course Name
Advanced Spoken EnglishⅠ
Credit
1.5 - 1.5
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
Holmes,Robert
Introduction
This is a spoken English language course. The major learning objective of this course is to enhance the spoken English proficiency of undergraduate students to support their participation in international studies (e.g., the ZJU-UIUC study abroad program). A broader objective is to improve students’ success in standardized assessments required for participation in overseas study. This course focuses on developing spoken communicative competence and awareness of successful strategies for clear meaning making.