Seminole State Summer Programs in China

Seminole State is committed to providing a high quality U.S. college education to a diverse student population. To further this objective, Seminole State launched two new international centers in China (Beijing and Shanghai), where students can take a selection of summer courses and earn Seminole State credit.  Select an international center to view the courses and corresponding syllabi offered.

The dates of the Seminole State College Summer Program in Beijing and Shanghai are June 24, 2019- July 26, 2019

Apply for the Beijing or Shanghai program

Seminole State currently offers two summer programs featuring courses representing a variety of different disciplines.

The locations of the programs are Beijing and Shanghai The Beijing Campus is located at the Capital University of Economics and Business, Hongmiao campus. The Shanghai Campus is located at the Xianda College of Economics & Humanities Shanghai International Studies University.

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Courses

Available Beijing Courses

  • ACG 2021 - Principles of Financial Accounting
  • ACG 2071 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • AMH 2020 - United States History 1865 to Present
  • ARH 2051 - Art History II
  • AST 1002 - Introduction to Astronomy
  • BSC 1005 - Concepts of Biology
  • BUL 2241 Business Law I
  • CHM 1020 - Contemporary Chemistry
  • CHM 1020C - Contemporary Chemistry (with lab)
  • COP 2224 - c++ Programming
  • COP 2800 - Programming in Java
  • ECO 2013 - Principles of Economics (MACRO)
  • ECO 2023 - Principles of Economics (MICRO)
  • ECO 3223 - Money and Banking  
  • ENC 1210 - Technical Writing
  • EVR 1001 - Introduction to Environmental Science
  • FIN 3403 - Principles of Business Finance


  • FRE 1120 - Elementary French I
  • LIT 2120 - World Literature II
  • MAC 2312 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
  • MAN 2021 - Introduction to Management
  • MAN 2300 - Human Resources Management
  • MAS 2103 - Linear Algebra
  • MMC 1000 - Survey Mass Media
  • PHI 1630 - Contemporary Ethical Problems
  • PHI 2010 - Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHY 1053 - General Physics
  • PHY 1053C - General Physics (with lab)
  • PSY 2012 - General Psychology
  • REL 2300 - Religions of the World
  • SPC 1608 - Introduction to Oral Communication 
  • STA 2023 - Statistical Methods I
  • SYG 2000 - Introduction to Sociology
  • WOH 1022 - World History Since 1500

Available Shanghai Courses

  • ACG 2021 - Principles of Financial Accounting
  • ACG 2071 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • AMH 2020 - United States History 1865 to Present
  • ARH 2051 - Art History II
  • ART 1300C - Drawing I
  • AST 1002 - Introduction to Astronomy
  • BSC 1005 - Concepts of Biology
  • CHM 1020 - Contemporary Chemistry
  • CHM 1020C - Contemporary Chemistry (with lab)
  • COP 2224 - c++ Programming
  • COP 2800 - Programming in Java
  • ECO 2013 - Principles of Economics (MACRO)
  • ECO 2023 - Principles of Economics (MICRO)
  • ECO 3223 - Money and Banking
  • ENC 1101 - English I
  • ENC 1210 - Technical Writing
  • EVR 1001 - Introduction to Environmental Science


  • FIN 3403 - Principles of Business Finance
  • LIT 2120 - World Literature II
  • MAC 2312 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
  • MAS 2103 - Linear Algebra
  • PHI 1630 - Contemporary Ethical Problems
  • PHI 2010 - Introduction to Philosophy I
  • PHY 1053 - General Physics
  • PHY 1053C - General Physics (with lab)
  • PSY 2012 - General Psychology
  • REL 2300 - Religions of the World
  • SPC 1608 - Introduction to Oral Communication
  • SPN 1120 - Elementary Spanish I
  • STA 2023 - Statistical Methods I
  • SYG 2000 - Introduction to Sociology
  • WOH 1022 - World History Since 1500

Course Syllabi

The following is a list of syllabi for each of the courses to be offered at our Beijing and Shanghai campuses.  Please note that these are the institutional syllabi for each course; individual course instructors will have the final say in determining the course syllabi for their course and will disseminate these on the first day of class. 

* Independent study/ special topics courses equaling one semester credit can be combined with any of the courses listed below and are available for students who require additional course credits

Courses offered at Seminole State in Salzburg, Austria, will begin in Summer 2018, and will be posted soon. 

*Please note that the policies and dates that are applicable to Seminole State campuses in Florida may or may not apply at our international locations.

*It is important to highlight that all courses offered at Seminole State's international centers are equivalent to those offered on our campuses in Seminole County.

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