Location: Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China
Semester; Duration: January term; Two weeks (December 27-January 10)
Language of Instruction: English
Program Description: This two-week program offers the course "Chinese Culture and Business Practices," an introduction to Chinese business and culture, combined with visits to cultural sites and companies.
Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing
Credits: 3 undergraduate (fulfills upper-level business elective or concentration)
Cost: $3,500 (projected), financial aid and scholarships apply
Application Deadline: October 1; rolling admission prior to deadline
Contact: Christine A. Lai
If you have completed English 101 (CWP 101), English 102 (CWP 102), and the math requirement* (Qualitative Reasoning - IF Program) and have earned an overall Buffalo State GPA of 2.5 or higher, you will be accepted into the program.
*The following courses will fulfill the math requirement:
|Math 103||Introduction to Contemporary Math|
|Math 122||Elementary Math from an Advanced Standpoint II|
|Math 161||Calculus I|
|Math 311||Introduction to Probability & Statistics|
|Math 110 (or equivalent)||Intermediate College Algebra & Trigonometry|
|Eco 305||Economic Statistics|
Once the above requirements are met and you would like to declare Business Administration (0425) as your major, you must complete a Change of Major form and a Business Administration (0425) Program Sheet. The Change of Major form must be signed by the Business Department chair and then taken over to the Registrar's Office, located in Moot Hall 210. The Registrar's Office is where the official change will be made. The processing time for the Change of Major form is typically 24 hours.
The bachelor of science degree in business administration prepares students for leadership roles in management and marketing in both domestic and international business, and public and nonprofit organizations.
This two-week program offers an introduction to Chinese business and culture, combined with visits to historical sites and emerging companies. This three-credit course will fulfill an upper-level business elective or concentration requirement.
During the first two years of the program, students acquire a foundation in accounting, economics, and computers. The last two years are devoted to upper-division courses in management, marketing, human resources, law, finance, and production-operations management, with a capstone course in business strategy.
The Business Department at Buffalo State College graduates business men and women who will meet the challenge of regional growth and development of Western New York.
Fundamental to our mission is the sustained and appropriate support of faculty intellectual development, instructional excellence, scholarly publication, and community service. We are committed to excellence in the classroom that provides our diverse undergraduates with a foundation in business concepts, analytical skills for solving business problems, and interpersonal and written communication competence. The emphasis of our program is active learning of practical business knowledge through case analysis, class discussion, hands-on projects, internships, and service learning.
Our graduates learn an ethical lifestyle and appreciate the importance of diversity and different cultures in the modern world of business. The department maintains close relationships and partnerships with area businesses, non profits. and public agencies to ensure that internships and career opportunities are available to students.
Review the Business Department Internship Web Page for application process, course requirements, and expectations. Students must apply the semester prior to placement. For more information, contact Professor Lynne M. Scalia, Business Department Internship Coordinator at email@example.com, (716) 878-5322 or stop by Chase Hall 335.
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