The course is divided into three parts. Part I is located at Indiana University Northwest. This part of the course presents an introduction to urbanization and transformation in China. Part II is the study abroad section. We will spend seven days and six nights in Shanghai. Lodging and classes will be at held at East China Normal University. This section will also include off site classes and lectures by leading experts in urbanization, Women’s Studies, etc. Part III of the course will be held at IUN. During our last class sessions we will have extensive discussions, reflections and a summative evaluation of our study abroad experience.
Part I of Course. Classes at IUN*
Monday, July 7, First day of class
Wednesday, July 9
Wednesday, July 16
Part II. Short term Overseas Study--Classes in Shanghai, China
July 25, Friday Arrive Shanghai, China
July 31, Depart, Shanghai China
Part III. Classes at IUN
Wednesday, August 6th
August 20th Last day of class
* For non-resident IUN students this is a hybrid/blended course. IUN classes will be online with permission of instructor.
IU Resident Instructor:
Earl R. Jones, PhD.AM.,ASCE,
Chair, and Associate Professor,
Department of Minority Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
Adjunct, Associate Professor Department of Sociology,
Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
This fee includes the following:
Estimated expenses not included in fees:
Due Date for IUN Grants and Scholarships
Application for IUN Grants and Scholarships.
Due Dates for Program Fee of $1,500. Make payment to IUN Bursar.
IUN Grants and Scholarships up to $950.00 will be subtracted from your program fee.
April 10th deposit, $250.00
May 10th remaining amount due, $300.00, if you have applied for and received IUN Grants and Scholarships of $950.00.