纽约城市大学巴鲁学院本科2+2双学位报名通知
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美国纽约城市大学巴鲁学院(Baruch College)地处金融中心的纽约曼哈顿,其商学院(杰克林商学院,Zicklin School of Business)是美国最大的商学院。巴鲁学院的本科项目,在2010年被福布斯评为全美最受欢迎的25个本科项目之一,巴鲁商学院的福布斯2010-2011全美排名在前50名(详见http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/pressroom/honors.htm)。会计系在全美排名前20,所培养美国注册会计师多于任何一个学校,在美国会计界具有很高的声誉。在90年初期代巴鲁学院就同西南财大建立了友好关系,接受了一批访问学者,是目前西南财大海外可持续师资项目的战略合作伙伴。巴鲁学院的本科项目具有如下特色:


1. 地处世界金融中心,以纽约市为校园,有大量的实习和工作机会。学校教育与金融中心大都会的环境密切结合,为学生增加视野以及个人成长提供一个良好的环境。学院课程允许学生以修学分的方式在学习过程中实习工作,无须担心签证问题。这有效克服中国学生缺乏工作经验的缺点。以金融会计服务为中心的纽约市也特别方便这些专业的毕业生就业。

2. 商学教育力量强大。金融系拥有一批世界级学者。诺贝尔奖获得者马克威茨就曾经长时间在此教学。金融工程硕士项目2011年被评为全美第五名。巴鲁学院会计系一直是美国四大事务所招聘员工重点目标院校之一。每年进入美国四大会计事务所工作和实习的人数一百多人。会计系目前教师包括了美国审计最高权威PCAOB的两任首席审计师。管理系(以创业学为特色),市场学与国际商务学系,均具有良好的师资力量。

3. 对于学习成绩优秀的会计专业学生可进入BBA/MS项目,允许学生通过一年的额外学习,获得会计硕士(Master of Science in Accountancy)学位。允许学生可以在适应美国学习工作环境前提下尽早拿到学位。

4. 学费低廉。纽约州补贴了纽约城市大学四分之三的运作费用。相较于私立学校每年3-4万美元的学费,纽约城市大学对来自外国的本科生学费每年仅1.4万美元左右。纽约市生活费(包括住宿费)约每年1.2万美元。


纽约城市大学巴鲁学院与西南财大合作建立财大本科优秀学生2+2双学位项目,将进行第三届招生,对象是西南财大一年级在读本科生。入选学生将继续在财大学习至二年级结束,在此期间组成一个特殊班级,由巴鲁学院与西南财大组织人事部,西南财大“教师教学发展中心”(获批 “十二五”国家级教师教学发展示范中心)合作,开设三至四门巴鲁学院的课程。这些课程全部为全英文教学,课程成绩计入财大成绩。巴鲁学院将为这些课程提供优秀师资,作为财大本科教学特别是通识教育的示范课程。在学生进入巴鲁之后,学分可以转入巴鲁学院,减轻在巴鲁学院的学习负担,加快学习进程并降低学费。

入选学生于2014年夏天进入 巴鲁学院学习。预期在巴鲁学院继续学习2年之后,完成西南财大与巴鲁学院的相应的专业课程要求,以及西南财大毕业论文要求,同时获得纽约城市大学和西南财大双边的学士学位。巴鲁学院对于学生主修方向的没有限制,因此学生可以主修会计,金融,市场学,管理学,创业学,人力资源管理,公共管理等学院开设的任何专业。西南财大将根据学生所学专业授予同样的学位。


录取标准是学生在财大期间学习成绩优秀,表现良好,具有较好的沟通能力和英语水平。项目申请人不需要托福或者雅思成绩,但成绩达标者(托福不少于85分或雅思不少于6.5)可以免去英语密集训练部分。项目的具体流程如下:

(1) 报名面向全校一年级本科生。有兴趣的同学请于2013年3月30日前填写并email报名表,并于5月15日前提交托福/雅思成绩。

(2) 项目将根据学生各方面表现,英语成绩,以及面试进行选拔。

(3) 学生将于二年级期间继续在财大学习,其中三至四门课程由巴鲁学院组织国外教授讲课。全部课程(成绩不少于70分)可以转为巴鲁学院的学分。

(4) 托福低于85(雅思低于6.5)的被录取的学生将于短学期参加有巴鲁学院组织英语密集训练并通过结业考试。学生需在训练中表现合格方可继续。

(5) 学生在2014年春季学期结束后前往纽约。所有学生需参加CUNY Assessment Test (包含阅读,写作,数学) 。通过考试之后成为巴鲁学院正式学生并在夏天修习课程。完成商学院所有预备课程。


联合培养学生选拔工作由外事处,相关学院与巴鲁学院共同主持,欢迎全校学生参加。挑选根据学生的大学成绩,表现,英语四级成绩等各个方面。


宣讲会:3月15日下午4点,通博楼D207会计学院会议室。申请者请于2013年3月30日前将申请表和财大英文成绩单(扫描件)打包发送至: wanglf@swufe.edu.cn。(请将压缩文件命名为学生名字) 联系人:王路菲老师,Tel:028-87092977


报名表下载:http://kj.swufe.edu.cn/bookpic/20133513121973499.doc


拟由巴鲁学院在财大开设的课程(最终开设的课程取决于教师聘请结果):


(1) ENG2100: Writing I 英文写作1

(2) ENG2150: Writing II 英文写作2

(3) MSC1003: Music in Civilization音乐与文明

(4) SOC1005: Introduction to Sociology 社会学入门

(5) PSY1001:General Psychology 一般心理学

(6) PHI1600: Logic and Moral Reasoning 逻辑与道德推理(确定2013年5月开设,由巴鲁学院哲学系主任,耶鲁大学博士Douglas Lackey教授主讲)

(7) POL1101:American Government: Practices and Values 美国政府:做法与价值观

(8) HIS3851:Heritage of Chinese Civilization (美国人眼中)中华文明的传统文化

(9) THE1041: Introduction to the Theatre Arts 戏剧艺术入门

课程描述

ENG 2100 WRITING I

4 hours; 3 credits

This is an intensive course introducing students to writing as a means of discovery. In Writing I students practice and share their written articulation of ideas as a community of writers. Students read a variety of intellectually challenging and thematically coherent texts in a range of genres. Throughout, the emphasis is on writing and communication skills as processes involving multiple steps, including drafting, discussion, revision, and rethinking. The work of the class is conducted in classroom, small-group, and one-on-one sessions. This course is required for all undergraduate degrees granted by Baruch College..

ENG 2150 WRITING II

4 hours; 3 credits

Writing II is an intensification of Writing I. This course encourages students to read, reflect on, write about, and synthesize ideas from a range of genres and literary forms. Students examine and learn how to employ different styles, various appropriate uses of evidence and counter-evidence, multiple methods of interpretations, close readings of texts, and, finally, literary-cultural contextualizations. As the course proceeds, students further develop competency in the use and evaluation of multiple external sources as they shape and express their own ideas—and cast them into well-organized, thoughtful, and persuasive argumentative essays. This course is required for all undergraduate degrees granted by Baruch College.

Prerequisite: ENG 2100 or equivalent.

HIS 3851 THE HERITAGE OF CHINESE CIVILIZATION

3 hours; 3 credits

This course will examine the important social, cultural, intellectual, and economic trends that led to the formation of Chinese civilization. The period covered will be from the prehistoric period to the 14th century. The course will focus

on the idea of the Mandate of Heaven, the cultural values inspired by Confucianism, the changes and continuities within the Chinese society, the patterns of economic growth, China’s interactions with neighboring settled and nomadic societies, and the creation of the Sinocentric world view.

Prerequisites: Tier II in history and ENG 2150 or departmental permission.

MSC 1003 MUSIC IN CIVILIZATION

3 hours; 3 credits

An introductory survey of music in cultural and social history. The course proceeds chronologically through historical style periods to consider the development of Western classical music in relation to the cultural background with some inclusion of non-Western traditions. (Credit will be granted for MSC 1003 or MSC 1005, not both.)


PSY 1001 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

2 lecture hours; 2 recitation hours; 4 credits

This course introduces students to the scientific study of human behavior. It covers the basic psychological processes of thinking, motivation, perception, learning, and the significance of the brain in mediating these processes. It examines the normal personality, how it develops, and how it functions in a social context. Psychological disorders are also discussed. Students select from the following: three hours of participation as subjects in approved psychological research; participation in a library research workshop on psychological topics; or preparation of a proposal for a simple experiment. Psychology 1001 is a prerequisite for all other courses in psychology.

PHI 1600 (2010) LOGIC AND MORAL REASONING

3 hours; 3 credits

This course examines the principles of clear and accurate thought, including sound and valid arguments and methods of scientific reasoning in moral and political argument.

Corequisite: ENG 2100.

POL 1101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT: PRACTICES AND VALUES

3 hours; 3 credits

An analysis of structures, ideas, and practices, with special reference to the American Constitution and the democratic process in the United States.


SOC 1005 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

3 hours; 3 credits

This course is a survey of sociological perspectives—particularly social interactionism, functionalism, and conflict theory. It focuses on the role of culture in shaping behavior patterns; key social institutions, such as the family, work, and religion; and the ways that globalization and multiculturalism are altering contemporary social life.


THE 1041 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE ARTS

3 hours; 3 credits

By examining how the creative arts of the playwright, director, actor, and designer contribute to the form of the play that ultimately appears on stage, the course provides a basic understanding and critical appreciation of the arts of the theatre. Students attend productions when feasible.

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