China: Domestic, Global and Arctic Trajectories (30 ECTS)
China is rapidly becoming a genuine super power. This minor studies programme provides a unique opportunity to gain an interdisciplinary insight in to the rising and increasingly heterogenic China and its escalating engagement in the Arctic regions. This minor programme is special, not only in the sense that it provides a complementary and comprehensive understanding of domestic driving forces, consistencies and inconsistencies of globalizing China, but focuses on Chinese increasing activities in the Arctic regions.
The completion of the minor studies programme will provide students good skills, conceptual and theoretical tools of understanding domestic trajectories of globalizing China and enable students to successfully interact with Chinese institutions and individuals in global and regional (Arctic) context.
The programme is designed for Finnish and foreign degree students, exchange and Open university students from all disciplines. Leading national and visiting international specialists in their respective fields teach in the programme. The teaching language is English. Study material can be either in English or in Finnish.
The minor studies programme consists of six 5 study credits courses of which students can freely choose the required 25 study credits for their minor studies. The teaching period of the courses extends over the whole academic year. Studies can be completed by taking individual courses or completing the whole minor programme. Students are required to register for all courses in advance by using WebOodi system.
CHINA: DOMESTIC, GLOBAL AND ARCTIC TRAJECTORIES (30 ECTS)
OTMEVAL0013 Chinese Culture and History 5 ECTS
OTMEVAL0014 China's Political System and China as a Global Actor 5 ECTS
OTMEVAL0015 China - Business and State 5 ECTS
OTMEVAL0016 Chinese Society - China and Media 5 ECTS
ONEVAL0018 Legal Culture and Legal System in Chinese Society 5 ECTS
ONEVAL0019 Chinese Language 5 ECTS