This is Study Beyond.

The China Institute is a gateway to your future. Jet to China for 14 weeks during the spring 2016 semester. At the University of Dayton China Institute, you'll gain an international perspective for today's job market. As you learn form UD professors, international professionals and prominent leaders in innovation, you'll advance your resume - and enrich your future career.

Program Dates

The China Institute's Fall 2016 Semester Abroad Program will run from August 18 to November 22, 2016. This timeline contains two six-week academic sessions:

Thursday, August 18 - Depart Dayton for Shanghai
Friday, August 19 - Arrive in Shanghai
Monday, August 22 - Academic Session 1 Begins
Friday, September 30, 2016 - Academic Session 1 Ends
Saturday-Sunday, October 1-9 - Chinese Holiday Break
Monday, October 10 - Academic Session 2 Begins

Friday, November 18 - Academic Session 2 Ends (after last class)

The fall program will end with a Beijing tour. Students will depart Beijing on Tuesday, November 22 and arrive in the United States on the same day (due to the time change) - you'll be back in time for Thanksgiving!

Program Cost

We live and work in a world without borders, and employers are looking for global leaders. We want to help you gain a global experience - and an edge in the workplace. That's why we consider all students not currently registered at the University of Dayton for up to $15,000 in scholarships to help cover the cost of tuition, your international airfare and visa, prearranged housing, meals and tours of a few of China's most spectacular cities.

UD students are eligible for a $3,000 travel abroad scholarship, which will help cover the cost of your international airfare, visa costs and excursions/tours. That means, if you're a current UD student, you can study for a semester a the China Institute at the same cost as one on-campus semester at UD.

Course Listing

You may choose to take up to 18 credit hours from the 12 courses* offered across the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration and School of Engineering.**

College of Arts and Sciences

  • ASI 341: Special Tops in Arts Study: Chinese Language and Culture***
  • ENG 100: Writing Seminar I (3 credits)
  • HST 103: The West and the World (3 credits)
  • PHL 103: Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHL 312/313: Ethics/Business Ethics (3 credits)
  • MTH 129: Calculus for Business (3 credits)
  • VAH 330: Arts of Asia (3 credits)

School of Business Administration#

  • ECO 203: Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
  • FIN 300/301: Introduction to Financial Management (3 credits)****
  • MGT 494: Seminar in Management (3 credits)

School of Engineering±

  • EGR 198/298: Multidisciplinary Research & Innovation Laboratory (1-6 credits)
  • EGR 201: Engineering Mechanics (3 credits)
*Courses may be subject to change.
**Students should discuss study plans with their adviser before applying to the program.
***This course is mandatory for all students requiring a visa to study in China.
****FIN 300 for non-business majors only; FIN 301 for business majors only.
#The University of Dayton School of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB - The Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
±The University of Dayton School of Engineering is ABET accredited.

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