International College Beijing (ICB) is a joint education program between the University of Colorado Denver (UC Denver) in Denver, Colorado and the China Agricultural University (CAU) in Beijing.
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- Headquartered in
- Jessica Greenbaum, Asia Study Abroad Coordinator
- Address: Office of Global Education, 1380 Lawrence Street , Denver, Colorado 80217
- Tel: 1-303-315-0024
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
At ICB students earn a bachelor of arts degree from UC Denver with a major in either economics or communication. Courses are taught in English by UC Denver faculty on the China Agricultural University campus in Beijing. The curriculum is academically rigorous and equal to that of the economics or communication major on the downtown Denver campus. Beijing students have an opportunity to study on the downtown Denver campus and U.S. students may chose to study in Beijing as well, fostering a truly global classroom experience.
In Beijing, ICB is located on the east campus of China Agricultural University in the Haidian district north of downtown Beijing, the capital of the People's Republic of China. The campus is a thirty-minute ride from downtown Beijing, Beijing International Airport and major cultural centers such as Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, and the Summer Palace.
International Colleges Beijing courses are CU Denver courses. Students earn CU Denver undergraduate credit and courses appear on students’ transcripts as regular CU Denver courses.
Students may stay for a semester, a year, or more taking classes that fulfill elective or major credit. While the foci of the program are for Communication and Economics majors, other course offerings include: English, History, International Studies, Math, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Accounting, and Sociology.
All non-Chinese students are required to take Chinese Language (beginning through intermediate) and Contemporary Chinese Culture and Society. Chinese, American, and other international students are integrated in the same classroom giving students the opportunity to experience different viewpoints, create lasting friendships, and develop global contacts.
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