This program is your chance to see if a career in China will work for you. Get to know your colleagues at work. Meet Chinese MBA students. Discuss your on-the-job experiences with peers in your internship course. And take every advantage of the much-used and much-loved CET China Alumni Job Board, to which you’ll have full access after you leave the program.
If you choose to participate in an internship, you’ll work at your internship placement for at least 10 hours/week.
You also take this course:
3 credits for course + placement
You are placed into one of these courses:
CL100 Beginning Chinese
CL150 Advanced Beginning Chinese
CL200 Intermediate Chinese
CL260 Intermediate High Chinese
CL300 Pre-Advanced Chinese
CL400 Advanced Low Chinese
CL500 Advanced High Chinese
You choose two of these courses (or three if you decide to opt out of an internship):
SH230 The Chinese Economy
SH240 Politics and Governance
SH250 Shanghai: Key to Modern China?
SH260 International Marketing
SH270 Foundations of Chinese Design: Fashion, Music and the Visual Arts
SH310 International Economics
CET maintains an advisory board of US-based scholars that provides guidance and expertise, and helps shape program development.
Assistant Professor, School of Education, Case Study Advisor, Center for Public Policy
Professor of History
Deputy Director, Freeman Chair in China Studies and Director, Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy
Professor of Sociology
Associate Professor of History
Chairperson and Associate Professor of Art and Art History
Professor of Asian Studies and Cinema Studies