Attn: All teaching units in TZC
The University of Illinoisis ranked as one of the top public universities in theUnited Statesand the world, and the University of Illinois College of Liberal Arts & Sciences proudly boasts highly touted under- graduate and graduate programs in Economics.
Here is an outstanding opportunity for students to study at their campus for three weeks, experience the teaching methods ofU.S.higher education faculty. Students will also learn, first-hand, about the academic life and culture at an American university campus. Three programs will be offered as below.
Deadline for application：Apr.10,2017
Please go to room D414(International Programs Office) Contact:Ms. Chen
Tel：0573-8287 8088 E-mail：firstname.lastname@example.org
Economics Summer School Program 2017
July 15 to August 5
This course focuses on the application of economic reasoning and analysis to business decision-making. Topics may include demand and supply analysis, estimation of demand by firms, pricing and non-price competition in contested markets, game theoretic perspectives on business strategy, and other topics of interest.
Money and Banking
This course will focus on the forces (information and transac-tion costs) that have propelled the historical evolution of money, credit, and financial intermediation from the ancient world to present. Related financial institutions such as bond, stock, and insurance markets are also explored. In addition, the course will cover the structure of the Federal Reserve System & bank regulation.
Accounting and Finance Program 2017
July 29 to August 19
The financial management course is a sophis-ticated examination of global assets and their attendant risks. Topics covered will include, but are not limited to, the mathematics and risks associated with equities, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, insurance, derivatives, and commodities, as well as the mathematics of Monday, interest rates, financial functions, domestic and global income tax considerations, retire-ment and health issues, and enterprise risk management.
Accounting Theory – Special Topics
This course introduces students to the role of accounting information as a tool used by decision makers for resource allocation and as a tool used by the firm internally to coordinate and control its broader organizational units. Within a small business context, students will develop a deeper appreciation for the qualities of useful information, the busi ness environment in which financial reporting decisions are made, and the risks which threaten the achievement of organizational objectives.
The goal of this course is to learn to use financial statements as tools to help manage a business, to learn some of the contemporary methods of financing small businesses, their attendant costs and benefits, to gain some understanding about the business environment and its effects on owner-managers of businesses, to gain an understanding of the problems of start-up ventures, and to learn different approaches to the valuation of businesses. The student is expected to assume the role and attitude of the owner-manager of a business. The course is intended to help the owner-manager with planning, contracting, financing alternatives, and valuation.
Information Science and Engineering Program
2017 July 8 to July 29
This course will focus on modeling of linear dynamic systems,Laplacetransform techniques, linear feedback control systems, stability criteria, and design techniques.
Information Science & Strategy
This class addresses how to evaluate, select and manage information systems that will be used in the daily operation of information centers. It includes the systems used by technical staff and the information consumers. Course will focus on information as a product. Attention is given to the operation of an organization as a whole and the impact of change on the integration of re-sources, work flow and usability. Formal methods for modeling systems, and industry practice techniques of analysis are used to address these problems and opportunities.
Program Fee includes tuition, training materials, cultural activities, use of university facilities, and local transportation through the Champaign-Urbana mass transit bus system. $3000 per person
Campus Housing Fee (14 days on campus):
Double occupancy room: $275 per person
Single occupancy room: $400 per person
Campus Meal Fee includes breakfast and dinner at Illinois Street Residence Hall. Other meals are at the participants’ ad- ditional expense. $240 per person
Cultural Travel Fee includes a 7-day group trip with a CELP chaperone. Students will visit key tourist sites inChicago,WashingtonD.C.andNew York Citybefore departing forChina. The travel fee does not include airfare, meals, or any other miscellaneous expenses (hotel tips, bus driver tips, sou-venirs, etc.). $900 per person
TOTAL PER STUDENT: $4,515
**Amount is with double occupancy room. Students also need to pay for their international round trip and domestic airfare, health insurance as required by theU.S.government, and purchase any required textbooks.