The program is based at Capital Normal University. The CNU campus is filled with resources and close to public transportation. The Beijing subway is clean and efficient—a great way to explore the city.
You’ll share a room with a local roommate in an international students’ dormitory. This modern building offers it all: multimedia classrooms, stores, kitchens, laundry facilities, and even a swimming pool. For meals, take your pick of cafeterias and restaurants.
If you choose to participate in an internship, you’ll work at your internship placement for at least 8 hours/week.
You also take this course:
2 credits for course + placement
You choose one of these courses:
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
CS251 The Rise of China
Dr. David Moser has lived in China for over 25 years. As an old China hand and a long-time China watcher, he has seen China transform (and has the stories to prove it). David is an expert on Chinese philosophy, humor and media, and his breadth of knowledge has gotten him featured on podcasts, quoted in the New York Times, and giving speeches in front of dignitaries. David is about as linked in to China as one can get, and as the Academic Director of this program, he shares his network, connections and expertise with students.