You can choose to participate in an internship an organization in Beijing. Why intern? Because you can gain practical experience, improve language skills, build your résumé, and get an insider’s view of Beijing all at the same time. Internships also allow you to give back to the local community that is hosting you.
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 choose one of these courses (or two if you decide to opt out of an internship):
CS250 Understanding Modern China: History, Culture and Politics
CS255 Chinese History from 1800 to the Present
CS270 Politics in China
CS276 Environmental Issues in China
CS280 Traditional Chinese Medicine & China’s Healthcare System
CS285 Discovering China through Film
CS290 Philosophy in China
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
Professor of Sociology
Associate Professor of History
Professor of East Asian Languages & Cultures
Chairperson and Associate Professor of Art and Art History
Professor of Asian Studies and Cinema Studies