Please note these courses are tentative and subject to change.
|Tentative 2017 Courses||Course Attributes||Instructor|
|COE 2001 Statics||Tech Elect CS, Engr, & Science||Dr. Leihong Li|
|CS 4001 Computing & Society||Ethics Requirement, Tech Elect CS, Engr, & Science||Dr. Henry Owen|
|ECE 2020 Digital Systems Design||Required course for EE and CompE majors. Eng elective for IE||Dr. Henry Owen|
|ECE 3710 Circuits & Electronics||Tech Elect CS, Engr, & Science (not open to ECE majors)||Jean Sands|
|ISyE 3770 Statistics||Tech Elect CS, Engr, & Science||Jean Sands|
|HTS 2084 Technology and Society||Ethics Requirement, Social Science Requirement||Dr. John Krige|
|LMC 3256 Major Filmmakers - East Asian Auteurs||Humanities Requirement||Dr. Qi Wang|
All students are required to register for 8 - 10 credit hours, but Chinese language and cultural courses (below) do not count for credit. All courses are offered on a the letter-grade basis (not pass/fail) and are taught in English. There are no concurrent classes and no schedule conflicts. Class attendance is required and accounts for at least 10% of your course grade. Classes will begin on May 22, 2017 and will conclude on July 20, 2017. Final exams will be held during July 21-22, 2017.
Non-Credit Optional Chinese Language Courses: A beginner Chinese language course will be taught Monday - Thursday each week from 4:15 - 5:00pm in Tianjin. The nominal fee for 12 classes is $80. A perfect attendance scholarship will be give to those students who have had a perfect attendance record for the Chinese language course. Scholarships will be awarded in the form of a refund for the course fee and will be issued to the student's OSCAR account. No partial award for students who have had a less than perfect attendance record. Chinese languages classes are taught by local university faculty members who specialize in teaching Chinese as a foreign language. There is no scheduling conflict between the Chinese language classes and regular GT courses.
Non-Credit Optional Chinese Cultural Courses: The program will offer optional Chinese Martial Arts and Taijiquan courses. Each course will provide six classes and the nominal fee for each is 60 RMB (approximately $6 USD).