J-Term Courses at NYU Shanghai

NYU Shanghai will offer six January Term (J-Term) courses in Shanghai this January 2017. Students who study away at NYU Shanghai for Spring 2017 will be eligible to pay a discounted rate for J-term housing based on their rate for the spring semester. Contact shanghai.globalaffairs@nyu.edu if you have specific questions.
J-Term courses give students the opportunity to study away in Shanghai and experience the excitement and wonder of Shanghai, one of the most dynamic cities in Asia. Courses typically include excursions in the local Shanghai community and surrounding areas to complement what is being taught in the classroom. Students live at the NYU Shanghai residence halls and benefit from NYU’s facilities, professors, and full-time academic and student life staff. The courses offered this year are:

CSCI-SHU 50 The Design Sprint: Modern Aging and the Future of Health in China
BUSF-SHU 321 Equity Valuation
CCEX-SHU 119 Microbes
CCSF-SHU 134 “China for Sale” : Drugs, Food, Travel, and Advertising in Modern China
MGMT-SHU 301 Management & Organizations
NEUR-SHU 261 Special Topics: Neurobiology of Decision Making

Equity Valuation and Management & Organizations are equivalent to the Stern courses.  
Additionally, the Neurobiology course counts towards the Neural Science undergraduate major in NY. 

NYU students can apply on Albert, the priority application deadline was Monday October 17th and the final application deadline is November 25, 2016. For more information, visit our website: shanghai.nyu.edu/jterm 

Reach out to shanghai.globalaffairs@nyu.edu with any questions.

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