More Credits. More Options.
Academic courses with PKU credits are offered for undergraduates, graduates, and working professionals. A variety of course credits, subjects and durations are available to choose.
Academic courses are 3 credits bearing (equaling 46-50 PKU credit hours) and 2 credits bearing (equaling 30-32 PKU credit hours). Chinese Language Course of 1.5 credit is part of the program and is optional for students who want to get a grasp of mandarin Chinese or polish up the related language skills. Each student can choose courses with no more than 6 credits. The courses are divided into three levels: General Courses; Advanced Courses; and Frontier Courses, and split into three sessions: Session A (June 29th-July 10th); Session B (July 13th-July 24th) and Session A&B (June 29th-July 24th). Each student may only choose courses from within one level and cross sessions, provided the times do not clash.
General Courses: For undergraduates who wish to have an in-depth understanding of China and the World
Advanced Courses: For upper undergraduates and graduate students who aspire to pursue further academic training and achievements
Frontier Courses: For students who aim to deep dive in the latest scientific and technological developments in the fields
Session A: June 29-July 10 Session B: July 13-24 Session A&B: June 29-July 24
|Course Name||Instructor||Session||Credit||Field||Class Time||Syllabus|
|The Rise of China and Change in World Politics||XU Xin||Session A&B||3||
Politics, Law &
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
|Modern Chinese Fiction through Film||MA Naiqiang||Session A&B||2||Arts & Humanities||