18 courses found which satisfy the condition "Area Studies".
English Writing is taught with these specific goals in mind – to develop students` English writing ability in a variety of forms, instill confidence and excitement in their writing ability, and improve their capacity to express thoughts and opinions through the written word. The course focuses on developing essay writing skills involving order, logic, efficiency and purpose. Students will become familiar with the types of essays most utilized in academic and literary writing, discuss a variety of important issues we face every day in life, and enhance their ability to share ideas through writing and classroom discussion. The course will explore the key features writers employ to effectively express ideas and connect with their audiences.
English Listening Comprehension
General Introduction to Journalism & Communications
Along with dimensions of men & women,messages and media, this coursre generally introduce basic branches of journalism & communication studies, such as intropersonal communication, interpersonal communication, small group communication, verbal and nonverbal communication and mass communication. It focuses on technical development and organizational production of mass media. Normative theories and social science research on mass media are also introduced.
History of International Relations
The goal of International Organization course is that students develop a theoretical as well as practical understanding of international organizations (IOs) and the global problems they attempt to address. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to articulate the leading explanations within political science for why IOs exist, controversies surrounding IOs in the context of international relations theory, why they are thought to help solve global problems, and the major challenges IOs face in meeting their objectives. Students should also be able to apply theoretical arguments from the IR literature to several specific cases.
Introduction to Information Resource Management
This course provides a broad overview of managing information system resources. This course will discuss planning, organizing, controlling, and the administration of information systems.
Studies of Comparative Politics
The Outline of Chinese Politics
this course introduce chinese present major assues systemly, including Fourcondinal Principles,chinese present goverment, chinese ligislative system,chinese political culture, refourmof the politicle system , citizens` basic political rights and so so. passing through this course,the students will be to have a explicit and comprehansive understand for the chinese present major assues.
International law is the law of nations. Countries are subject to international law in much the same way that people are subject to domestic law. It imposes specific obligations and rights on nations, just as domestic law imposes them on individuals. Its purpose is similar to that of domestic law: eliminate international disorder by stipulating how states should behave towards each other.
Introduction to International Politics
The purpose of this course is to introduce students some basic concepts and some process of contemporary international plitics, particular its complex and progresses of global change and reforms.
Methodology of Social Science
This course primarily focuses on the fundamental logic, research process, and some basic research methods of doing empirical studies in social sciences. In so doing, it aims to help students evaluate others’ academic works and successfully carry out their own research.
Analytical Techniques of Data
The course mainly forcus on basic principles of data analysis and use data analyisis techinic as a tool to do research on sociological issues. Main topics including basic knowledge of SPSS, data input, data management,data clean,and how to use "Frequencies,Descriptives,Explore, Crosstabs, Means, T-Test, ANOVA, Correlate,Regression,and Plot " to do sociological research.
Introduction to Politics
This one-semester course aims to let students acquire a general understanding of the essence and the fundamental issues of politics, thus which would lay a solid fondation of their future studies.
Jurisprudence is the science, study and theory of law. It includes principles behind law that make the law. Scholars of jurisprudence, also known as jurists or legal theorists (including legal philosophers and social theorists of law), hope to obtain a deeper understanding of the nature of law, of legal reasoning, legal systems and of legal institutions.
This course introduces you to the basics of social statistics—techniques that sociologists and other social scientists use to summarize numeric data obtained from censuses,surveys, and experiments.
Introduction to Sociology
This course is designed to introduce students to foundemental concepts, theories and methods in sociology. It will also focus on helping students to learn major topics and perspectives in sociological research in China and wordwide, strengthening their professional identity as well as building a sense of social responsibility
Methods of Social Survey and Social Research
This course--Methods of Social Survey and Social Research is designed for finding and solving kinds of social problems, providing the basic principles､programs､methods and applications of social research methods.
The main methods of social science research are statistical survey method､Field study method､Experimental method and Method of literature. This course is going to leading students to study and use those four methods, setting up the basement of their future study of special fields in social science.
Principles of economics is the basic course for economics major, and also introduces basic economics for other majors.The course is composed of two parts: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. We offer basic knowledge of economics in this course, and also enhance students understanding of everyday economy affairs. Most importantly, the course pay special attention to the intuitions of economics through class as well as exercises. We believe economics is not just an brunch of math or others, it has its own perspectives. training intuitions will do help students understan unique perspectives of economics.