Special Topics in Chinese Studies or Commerce: Success in the China-related job market CHST 490R-002
The course is open for everybody and is taught in English.
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This course is normally offered in Spring semester.
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Spring 2013, TR 1-2:15, SC Cafeteria 2ndfl./SA 308A, Final Exam R 4/25 1pm - 2:50pm, 3 cr.Instructor: Dr. Martin Woesler, Email: email@example.com
Office hours: Thu 9.15 a.m. – 9.45 a.m. PE 151 F, phone: +1 (801) 863 5195
Chinese Lunch: Tue Thu 1.00 p.m. – 1.30 p.m., 2nd floor SC cafeteria
Course web site: https://uvu.instructure.com/courses/211911,
Course Syllabus: https://uvu.instructure.com/courses/211911/assignments/syllabus,
Business with or in China is an important and growing job market for UVU graduates. This course asks, how UVU students with a China-related qualification can prepare best for a job in this market. The character of the course is more like an internship, students will write their resume, do job interviews as role plays, invite China-related Utah business leaders on campus, arrange a lecture series with them and interview them. The main target is to connect students to China-related companies for internships and a career as well as to build up a database with expertise, profiels, internship offers and job offers on the Chinese Studies Website. Depending on the Chinese language level, students will communicate partly in Chinese and will have lunch together.