Case Studies on Intercultural Communication, a Lecture Series
Intercultural Theatre: From Greece to the Present
Intercultural Communication-Cultural/Creative Industries
Traditional and Modern Chinese Arts and Performance in Global Perspectives
Modern Chinese Society and Politics Through Film
The remaining 18 credits are from elective courses, including:
3-4 in Chinese language courses (mandatory if Chinese is not proficient enough);
4-6 in studio courses (Chinese opera acting, dance, filmmaking);
4 in project courses (faculty advised production & other practical projects);
6 credits for writing the MA thesis under the advisor’s supervision. These can be taken after the first year.
The MA thesis is the culmination of the student’s two-year study. It will start with a thesis proposal developed in consultation with professors, chosen at the end of Semester I, and will be examined by a group of three professors at the end of Semester II. After the acceptance of her/his proposal, the student will spend the next year, or more if needed, to write the thesis, while consulting with the MA advisor in person or electronically. Once completed, the thesis will be defended before a group of five professors. The student will then be granted the MA degree at the next commencement ceremonies.
Name: Shirley Zou
Address: 630 Huashan Road, Shanghai, China
Tel: 0086 21 62498896