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BSU in China

BSU Summer program in China 2022
 

Earn credits from Bridgewater State University while in China this summer. BSU is offering online and in-person credit courses for students from around the world. 

In-person Term 1: 13 June – 14 July, 2022

In-person Term 2: 11 July -5 August, 2022

Online Term: 11 July -5 August, 2022


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 & 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 Bears 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

 

BSU COURSES 

Courses offered (tentative)

Online courses
ACFI 200   Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACFI 305   Business Law I
ACFI 350   Introduction to Managerial Accounting 
ANTH 204 Global Human Issues 
ARTH 104 Survey of Global Art from 14th Century to the Present
CHEM 243 Organic Chemistry I
COMM 102 Introduction to Public Speaking  
COMP 250  Data Structures and Algorithms
ECON 101  Principles of Microeconomics   
ECON 102  Principles of Macroeconomics  
ECON 201  Intermediate Microeconomic Theory    
ECON 205  Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory      
ECON 315  Money, Banking and Financial Markets  
ECON350   Urban Economics
ENGL 201  Technical Writing  
ENGL 202  Business Communication  
ENGL 234  Survey of American Literature  
GEOG 122 Global Physical Systems  
GRST 200  Introduction to Global Religious Studies  
HIST 131   World History to 1500  
HIST 222   United States History and Constitution since 1865
LAJA 101  Elementary Japanese I  
MATH 120 Linear Algebra  
MATH 162 Single Variable Calculus (Calculus II )     
MATH 200 Statistical Methods I  
MATH 261 Multivariate Calculus (Calculus III )  
MGMT 140 Human Resources Management  
MGMT 200 Marketing Principles   
MGMT 303 Organizational Behavior   
MGMT 304 Leadership and Team  
MGMT 426 Services Operations Management  
MGMT 494 Marketing Management and Strategy  
PHIL 151   Introduction to Philosophy   
PHIL 301   Ancient Philosophy  
PSYC 100  Introductory Psychology   
SOCI 102   Introduction to Sociology  

In-Person courses
ACFI 200     Introduction to Financial Accounting  
ACFI 305     Business Law I   
ACFI 350     Introduction to Managerial Accounting  
ECON 101   Principles of Microeconomics   
ECON 102   Principles of Macroeconomics  
ECON 201   Intermediate Microeconomic Theory    
ECON 205   Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory      
ECON 315   Money, Banking and Financial Markets 
ENGL 201   Technical Writing  
ENGL 202   Business Communication  
ENGL 234   Survey of American Literature 
LAJA 101   Elementary Japanese I  
MATH 120  Linear Algebra  
MATH 162  Single Variable Calculus (Calculus II )     
MATH 200  Statistical Methods I  
MATH 261  Multivariate Calculus (Calculus III )  
MGMT 140 Human Resources Management  
MGMT 200 Marketing Principles   
MGMT 303 Organizational Behavior   
MGMT 304 Leadership and Team  
MGMT 426 Services Operations Management  
MGMT 494 Marketing Management and Strategy  
PHIL 151    Introduction to Philosophy   
PHIL 301    Ancient Philosophy  
PSYC 100   Introductory Psychology