Stevens Programs in China-发布日期：2019-09-12 21:24:58
Stevens Institute of Technology, in collaboration with several notable Chinese schools of higher education, has initiated a number of significant masters and corporate training programs in China. One-third of the courses in these programs are delivered online by Stevens' faculty. Another third are taught in conventional classrooms in China by Stevens' faculty, and the final third are delivered face-to-face in China by faculty from partner institutions. All courses are delivered in English. Degrees earned by students in China are exactly the same as those awarded by Stevens to students in the U.S. Current programs have been approved and accredited by the Chinese Ministry of Education.
Beijing Institute of Technology
Stevens' first graduate programs in China were launched three years ago with two masters degrees--one in Telecommunications Management and another in Photonics and Microelectronics. All students who entered the telecommunications program graduated successfully in 2005 and are now working at top international and Chinese high-tech companies. A second cohort graduated this January.
Central University of Finance and Economics
A masters program in Project Management, started in fall 2005, being delivered to 30 employees of the China Development Bank. The curriculum follows Stevens' masters degree in Project Management. It is one of the few programs in China offered by a US university to employees of a Chinese company. Students are expected to graduate this May and attend ceremonies on the Hoboken campus.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Two programs--one in Telecommunications Management and another in Information Technology--are waiting for approval from the Chinese Ministry of Education. Degrees awarded and delivery modes will follow the same pattern as those at Beijing Institute of Technology and Central University of Finance and Economics.
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
A memorandum of Understanding has been concluded. Chances are likely that masters degrees from Stevens will be awarded to students late in 2007.
International Business Machines Corporation
A pilot program to assess IBM technical employees in China is now underway.
Stevens China Council
Stevens China Council is an advisory body composed of senior executives from Fortune 500 and other companies operating in China. The Council meets twice a year in either Beijing or Shanghai and offers advice to Stevens on education and corporate training in China.
John Chen, Thomson
Paul Evans, Reed Elsevier
David Li, CIMC
Peter Jen, IBM
Christina Wu, Lucent
Lily Li, Lucent
Simon He, Lucent
Jianhua Gao, Beijing Huizhi Management Company
Jerry Zuo, Microsoft
Agustin J. Campos-Marquetti, Citigroup
Jane Wang, Intel
Shih-Hung Lin, Honeywell
Joseph Wu, Sun
Shaun Rein, WebCT
Vernon Stinebaker, Consultant
Stevens China Programs in the News
Students in China Earn Master抯 Degrees through Stevens Institute of Technology
Chief Learning Officer,February 5, 2007The China Trade: An Online Education Strategy at Stevens Institute
Sloan-C View, September 2006
The Wild, Wild East: Foreign universities flock to china, but are there riches to
be made, or just fool's gold?
Chronicle of Higher Education, February 17, 2006
STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FORMS PARTNERSHIPS WITH
FOUR CHINESE INSTITUTIONS TO OFFER HYBRID GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
Educational Pathways, September 2005
MANAGEMENT AMERICAN STYLE: A U.S. University Teaches Western
Business Ways to Chinese Students
IEEE Spectrum, June 2005
Stevens-China accord allows candidates to work on master's degree from home
The Star Ledger, October 5, 2003
For information about Stevens China Programs, contact:
Robert Ubell,Dean of Stevens School of Professional Education.