BSU in China

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 BSU Summer program in China

Earn credits from Bridgewater State University while in China this summer. BSU is offering 4-week credit courses for students from around the world who are studying in China.

The China summer sessions will be held in Shanghai in 2019.

Location: L3 No. 45, Guangyuan West Street, Xuhui District, Shanghai, May 27th to June 21st 

Courses will be instructed by BSU faculty in English, covering a variety of disciplines including English, History, Accounting, Psychology, Sociology, Economics and Art History, etc. All the courses are listed as 3-credit courses in Bridgewater State University’s course catalog and strictly follow BSU’s academic policies and standards.

Upon completion of the courses, official transcripts will be issued by the Registrar’s Office of BSU.

Registration and payment of courses is a two-step process. 

Step 1: Click on the button below to register and pay for a course:

Registration and Payment


Step 2: After registering, students will need to create an account using BSU's Non-Degree application on BSU’s website

Click on the button below to create an account via the Non-Degree application. (Please note: Within 24 hours of completing the Non-degree application, an email with BSU ID and login information will be sent to the email provided. Students can then log into their BSU account and view their courses.)

BSU Non-degree application


Courses run from 5/27/19 to 6/21/19
Monday to Friday (Course length: 1 hour, 50 minutes each day)

ACFI 200 Introduction to Financial Accounting

ACFI 350 Introduction to Managerial Accounting

ANTH204 Global Human Issues

ARTH 103 Art History to 14th Century

ARTH 104 Art History 14th Century to Present

COMM 102 Public Speaking

COMM 224 Communication Research and Writing

ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics

ENGL201 Technical Writing

ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics

GRST200 Introduction to Global Religious Studies

HIS 131 World History to 1500

HIST 222 United States History and Constitution since 1865

MATH 120 Linear Algebra

MATH 160 Calculus II

MGMT 140 Human Resources Management

MGMT 200 Principles of Marketing 

MGMT 303 Organizational Behavior

MGMT 494 Marketing Management/Strategy

PHIL 151 Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 301 Ancient Philosophy

PSYC 100 Introductory Psychology

SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology