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SUMMER SCHOOL | 2019年立信国际财经学院国际暑期课程即将开始
发布日期:2019-05-06 10:36:54   发布人:国际财经学院   


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时间:  2019/07/01-2019/08/02

地点: 上海立信会计金融学院徐汇校区中山西路2230

 

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开设课程列表:

Business & Management

Course Number:

ECO202

Credits:

4

Title:

Principles of Macroeconomics初级宏观经济

Description:

This course is an introduction to the behavioral science of economics which focuses on the aggregate behavior of households, firms and the government. Topics covered include gross domestic product, national income, economic growth, unemployment, inflation, the business cycle, fiscal policy and monetary policy, and international trade.初级宏观经济向学生们介绍宏观层面的国民经济问题。本课程强调家庭、公司和政府方向。课程内容主要包括国内生产总值、国民收入、经济增长、失业、通货膨胀、商业周期、财政政策和货币政策以及国际贸易。

 

Course Number:

ECO201

Credits:

4

Title:

Principles of Microeconomics初级微观经济

Description:

The course will introduce you to the principles of microeconomic analysis, or the theory of markets. We will begin with an overview of how a market economy works, then develop a set of tools (for example, demand and supply analysis, elasticity concepts, the principle of comparative advantage).初级微观经济学向学生们介绍消费者和生产者如何分配有限的资源去满足无限的需求。本课程强调了产品市场的本质与功能,市场要素,以及政府在提高效率和公平性方面的作用。课程内容主要包括稀缺性、需求与供给、均势、机会成本、生产可能性、无差异曲线、专业化、比较优势、经济利润、市场不同的结构,以及世界贸易和平衡。

 

Course Number:

ECO301

Credits:

4

Title:

Intermediate Microeconomics Analysis 中级微观经济

Description:

Intermediate Microeconomics is the study of firm and consumer behavior in various market structures. Topics include: price theory, consumption theory, public policy analysis, and strategic firm behavior. Tools and concepts include: indifference curves, budget constraints, cost curves, and game theory.中间微观经济是研究竞争性市场体系下的消费者与生产者行为。主题包括:价格理论、消费理论、公共政策分析和战略企业行为等。


Course Number:

BLS350

Credits:

4

Title:

Legal Environment of Business商法概论

Description:

The legal environment of business is defined as: the attitude of the government toward business, the historical development of this attitude; current trends of public control in taxation, regulation of commerce and competition; freedom of contract, antitrust legislation and its relationship to marketing, mergers and acquisitions; and labor management relations.商法概论课程主要包括:了解政府与企业的关系及其历史发展;税收、市场秩序规制与竞争法的当前趋势;合同法、反垄断法及市场营销、兼并和收购的关系等。

 

Course Number:

ECO344

Credits:

4

Title:

International Economic Relations国际经济关系

Description:

Comparative advantage as basis for gains from specialization and trade examined in some detail. Supply and demand analysis used to study the effects of barriers to trade (tariffs, quotas, etc.). Study of monetary aspects of international economic relations, including: alternative forms of international monetary organization, balance of payments, exchange rates, and mechanisms of balance of payments adjustment.国际经济关系课程主课程包含:世界贸易概览、研究国际经济关系中的货币体系,包括:国际货币替代形式、国际收支、汇率和国际收支调节机制。

 

Math & Statistics

Course Number:

STAT200

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Statistics基础统计

Description:

We then cover the basic concepts and applications of probability, both discrete and continuous random variables and their probability distributions. After the midterm, we will start tackling the techniques in statistical inference that account for much common statistical methodology. By the end of the course, we will cover the introduction to regression analysis, which is one of the most widely used statistical tools.基础统计学课程将介绍基本概念和应用,包括常见的离散型和连续型随机变量概率分布。后期将学习统计推断,统计推断是通过样本推断总体的统计方法。

 

Course Number:

STAT202

Credits:

4

Title:

Applied Statistics应用统计

Description:

Introduction to probability, Bayestheorem; discrete and continuous random variables, expected value, probability distributions; point and interval estimation; hypothesis tests for means and proportions; least squares regression. This course has a focus on statistical methods and applications.本课程主要讨论概率问题及贝叶斯定理;离散型随机变量的方差与期望值;点估计和区间估计 假设检验均值比较;最小二乘法。

 

Course Number:

MATH151

Credits:

5

Title:

Calculus I微积分I

Description:

This class will go over chapter 2-6 of the textbook. No formal pre-requisites; an understanding of pre-calculus will be assumed.本课程主要学习教材中2-6节内容,帮助学生更好的了解微积分。

 

Course Number:

MATH152

Credits:

5

Title:

Calculus II微积分II

Description:

This is the second course in the calculus sequence designed to provide students with an appreciation of the usefulness and power of calculus.本课程主要针对有微积分学习经验的学生,课程目的为让学生更好的运用微积分。

 

Social Science

Course Number:

AAA210

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Asian/Asian American Studies亚裔美国人研究

Description:

This class is designed to be an exciting and challenging introduction to the field of Asian American Studies. Studying Asian Americans means that we examine the concept of race and racial dynamics in the United States more broadly. Regardless of whether you identify as Asian American or not you will be challenged to examine how social identities and their constructed meanings have impacted your life and the lives of others.本课程为亚裔美国人研究方向的入门课程。主要研究亚裔美国种族和种族动态的概念。无论你是否认同亚裔美国人,你都将面临挑战,去探讨亚裔美国人在其社会上的身份及其构成的意义。

 

Course Number:

HIS260

Credits:

4

Title:

Wrold History世界历史

Description:

This course begins roughly at the year 1500. In one course, it is impossible to cover all civilizations and significant historical phenomena of the past five centuries. The course will pay close attention to developments in China and Japan as well as Europe and North America. A persistent theme will be war and peace and the ideal of international reconciliation.世界历史课将从1500年的历史开始讨论。涵盖过去五个世纪的文明和重大历史现象。本课程将重点讨论关注中国、日本、欧洲和北美的发展。

 

Course Number:

ART120

Credits:

4

Title:

Survey of Western Art from Prehistoric to Medieval古代艺术史

Description:

This course is the first component of a two-part survey. It introduces students to the historical and intellectual content of Western art by exploring the painting, sculpture and architecture from the Paleolithic to the late Medieval period in Europe as presented in terms of history, style, meaning and social context.本课程为艺术史的第一部分,主要讨论从旧石器时代到中世纪晚期的绘画、雕塑和建筑的历史、风格、意义和社会背景,向学生介绍西方艺术的历史和社会发展。

 

Course Number:

ART123

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Western Art from Renaissance to Modern现代艺术史

Description:

History of Western European Art and Architecture is a general introduction to the history of western European art, its ancestry and its heritage. It is designed for the beginning student, and assumes no previous experience in art or art history.  In addition to lectures, students will be expected to participate in class discussions.现代艺术史课程将为学生介绍概括性的艺术发展。帮助没有艺术或艺术史学习经验的学生累计经验。除讲座外,学生还将参与课堂讨论。

 

Course Number:

PHIL110

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Philosophy哲学原理

Description:

This course is an introduction to problems and methods from the Western philosophical tradition. We will investigate three central questions of fundamental human concern from three areas of philosophy: the Philosophy of Religion, the Philosophy of Mind, and Metaphysics. The course is organized around the following questions.本课程主要介绍西方哲学。将从宗教哲学、心灵哲学和玄学这三个哲学领域来探讨核心问题。

 

Course Number:

SOC201

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Sociology社会学原理

Description:

This course is an introductory course to sociology. We will examine some major sociological theories and concepts. You will learn perspectives to understand the world from a sociological point of view.本课程是社会学原理的入门课程。将研究主要的社会学理论和概念。从社会学的角度出发来理解我们的世界。

 

Course Number:

HIST202

Credits:

4

Title:

US History 1877 To Recent美国历史

Description:

This course will introduce students to the most significant trends of modern United States history from Reconstruction to the present day. The student will get a diverse view of the past and will be introduced to social, political, economic, and cultural changes in roughly the last one hundred and fifty years of United States history.本课程将向学生介绍美国历史上重要的发展趋势,并从过去150年的美国历史中了解社会、政治、经济和文化的变化。

 

Course Number:

PHIL 220

Credits:

4

Title:

Classical Greek Philosophy 古代哲学史

Description:

This course will examine the foundations of Western civilization by surveying the philosophies of the ancient Greek thinkers. We will begin by examining the crucial transition from Mythos to Logos that took place with the early Milesian philosophersdeparture from the earlier worldview found in the poems of Homer and Hesiod, the oldest surviving pieces of literature in the Western world.本课程将通过考察古希腊思想家的哲学家来了解西方文明的基础。课程包含:研究从神话到逻各斯的重要转变,荷马和赫西俄德的文学作品等。

 

Course Number:

GEO215

Credits:

4

Title:

Rise of Industrialism in East Asia亚洲工业发展

Description:

This course will focus on the emergence and evolution of industrial societies in East Asia.本课程将重点介绍亚洲工业社会的发展和演变。

 

Course Number:

GEO100

Credits:

4

Title:

Human Geography, Local Diversity基础地理

Description:

This course covers the interlinkages of the economy and society at local, national, and global scales. The first half of the course provides an overview of key concepts from human geography that are used to study society and the economy and describes major economic trends.本课程主要研究地理、国家和全球范围内经济与社会的的关联。课程包含研究社会与经济趋势的关键概念。

 

Course Number:

GEO342

Credits:

4

Title:

Geography of East Asia东亚地理

Description:

This course is an introduction to the study of people and places in contemporary East Asia from a geographic perspective. The course will survey the region's environment, economy, culture, politics and history.本课程从地理角度研究当代东亚人类与地理研究。将调查该地区的环境、经济、文化、政治和历史。

 

Course Number:

SOC301

Credits:

4

Title:

History of Women in the U.S.美国女性历史

Description:

Women, it seems, are more publicly visible than they ever have been. They now routinely occupy places we used to think were only for men: as Supreme Court justices, corporate executives, ghostbusters, and, of course, presidential candidates. In 2016, Hillary Clinton almost made history when she was competing with Trump for the US president.本课程将讨论女性在当今社会中日渐重要的地位。越来越多的女性开始从事以往只有男性占主导地位的工作,例如法官、公司高管、当然还有总统候选人。2016年,希拉里·克林顿在与特朗普竞争美国总统几乎创造了历史。

 

Course Number:

SOC302

Credits:

4

Title:

Women studies - Race, Class and Gender女性学研究

Description:

This course will deal primarily with the interplay of race, ethnicity, class, and gender in the U.S. The focus will be on how knowledge is constructed within a racialized and gendered environment, and the implications of such constructions on the lives of women in this country. 本课程将主要讨论种族、阶级和性别的相互作用。重点将讨论如何在种族化和性别化的环境中知识建构,以及此类知识建构对女性生活的影响。

 

Course Number:

HIST 265

Credits:

4

Title:

Modern African History现代非洲史

Description:

Modem African History focuses on the history of Sub-Saharan Africa from approximately the eighteenth century to the present. Because of the complexity and size of the African continent, the course does not attempt to provide a comprehensive history of each country, people, and region. Rather, it is organized chronologically and thematically, examining questions of race, gender, ethnicity, violence, environment, disease, and nationalism in the pre-colonial, colonial, and post-colonial contexts.现代非洲史主要研究大约18世纪到现在撒哈拉以南非洲的历史。由于非洲大陆的复杂性和规模,本课程将按时间的顺序,在前殖民地、殖民地和后殖民地背景下研究种族、性别、种族、暴力、环境、疾病和民族主义问题。

 

Course Number:

GEO251

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Migration in a Global Perspective国际移民研究

Description:

Immigration is again transforming the United States. It is also transforming other countries, from the European nations that sent people to the Americas a century ago, to oil-rich Middle Eastern states and developing nations.本课程主要探讨国际移民对美国及其他发达国家与发展中国家的影响

 

Course Number:

ANTH305

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Medical Anthropology 人类医学概论

Description:

Medical anthropology is the study of human health, illness and healing. In its broadest sense, it encompasses all four fields of anthropology (biological anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology and linguistic anthropology).人类医学概论是研究人类健康、疾病和康复的学科,涵盖了人类学的四个领域(生物人类学、考古学、文化人类学和语言人类学)。

 

Course Number:

POL351

Credits:

4

Title:

Gender in World Politics性别与国际政治

Description:

This course offers a survey of classic and contemporary scholarship on women and gender in world politics. It is designed as a seminar for students who are motivated to think critically about a range of issues related to gender and politics in an international context.本课程主要探讨世界政治中妇女和性别的经典案例。课程会以研讨会的形式呈现,与学生共同探讨性别与国际政治的问题。

 

Course Number:

REL110

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to the studies of religion宗教研究

Description:

Religion, arguably, is central to all societies, even those that profess an official secularism. The study of religion from a scholarly perspective encompasses a wide gamut of approaches, goals, and concerns. Religious studies aims to investigate religion and its historical, cultural, and social context from a detached perspective.本课程从学术角度通过各种方法、目标和关注点对宗教进行研究。宗教研究旨在从一个独立的角度研究宗教及其历史、文化和社会背景。


Science & Lab


Course Number:

PHY101

Credits:

4

Title:

Fundamentals of Physics I基础物理

Description:

This course is an introduction to physics. The main emphasis will be on the branch of physics known as mechanics. This is the study of motion and the causes of motion through the applications of fundamental principles of physics.本课程为基础物理入门课程。主要重点将放在物理学分支,正确认识运动和力的关系。

 

Course Number:

BIO102

Credits:

4

Title:

Environmental Biology with Lab环境生物

Description:

This course is a general introduction to the field of biology, with an emphasis on biological processes relating to the environment. We will focus on understanding how ecosystems and the populations of organisms within them function and interact. We will also examine human dependence, interaction, and impacts on ecosystems.本课程环境生物学基础课程,重点介绍与环境有关的生物学过程。重点了解生态系统及其内生物种群的功能和相互作用。还将研究人类对生态系统的依赖、相互作用及其影响。

 

English & Communication

Course Number:

ENG222

Credits:

4

Title:

Public Speaking公共演讲

Description:

This course helps students learn and apply the major strategies, concepts, and principles of public speaking. Students should gain both understanding and practice in researching, preparing and delivering speeches. This course covers several of the major varieties of speeches used to address real world situations, including instructing, informing, persuading, and praising.本课程帮助学生学习公共演讲的策略、概念和原则。涵盖了几种主要类型的演讲,用于处理在演讲中会发生的情况,通过学习去了解如何指导、告知、说服和赞扬听众。

 

Course Number:

ENG202

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction and Poetry创意写作

Description:

In this class, we will read typically 3-5 poems and one short story a week over the course of the semester to challenge and broaden your comprehension of the craft of poetry and fiction. With a focus on people of color, queer, and marginalized voices, we will explore our responsibility as writers under the modern sociopolitical pressures.本课程将在整个学期内每周阅读3-5首诗歌和一篇短篇小说,以挑战和拓展学生对诗歌和小说的理解,探讨现代社会政治压力下作家的责任。

 

Course Number:

COMM101

Credits:

4

Title:

Introduction to Media基础传媒

Description:

This course is designed for students who have grown up in a rapidly changing global multimedia environment and want to become more literate and critical consumers and producers of culture. Through an interdisciplinary comparative and historical lens, the course defines "media" broadly as including oral, print, theatrical, photographic, broadcast, cinematic, and digital cultural forms and practices.本课程针对全球多媒体环境中成长的学生所设计。通过跨学科的比较和历史视角来学习基础传媒的定义。信息传媒媒介包含:通信、出版、戏剧、电视、广播、电影和数字文化形式和实践等。

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