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2016 American Universities in Asia (AUIA)

NTUST International Summer School is hosted by National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech) and AUIA International Summer School Platform. Established in 2011, AUIA International Summer School Platform is one of the most reputable summer school brands in the Greater China Area due to its strict academic standards as well as a rich variety of extra-curriculum activities. Its mission is bringing the most authentic American college atmosphere and high quality classes to Asia.

In summer 2016, NTUST International Summer School will be running from July 4, 2016 to August 6, 2016. The program includes 21 entry level liberal arts and sciences classes, business classes and a GRE training class. Each class will take 72 credit hours, including lectures, office hours, TA sessions as well as field trips. All of the professors will teach their courses strictly according to their course syllabus, which are available on AUIA official website. At the end of the program, all of the grade reports will be evaluated by NTUST admission office and the official transcript will be sent from the university to students’ home universities directly.

This International Summer School provides opportunities to students for not only earning credits through studying, but also exploring local culture and experiencing a different type of college life. It is hoped that this program could create a once-in-life kind of memory for all of its students while contributing to their academic curriculum.

 

Instructors

Ross Hamilton

David Moreau

Danielle Christmas

From

Columbia University, Barnard College, Professor of English

Teaching Courses

Literature;
Introduction to Philosophy;
Introduction to Western Art;
Introduction to Film Studies;
Introduction to U.S History.

Academic Background

Ph.D in Yale University;

D.E.A. École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris;

Yale University, M.A. English Literature

From

The University of Auckland, Research Scientist

Teaching Courses

Introduction to Psychology

GRE Tutoring

GMAT Tutoring

Academic Background

Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton University (USA)

Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, University of Lille (France)

From

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Assistant Professor

Teaching Courses

Public Speaking

College Writing

Academic Background

Ph.D., English Literature, University of Illinois at Chicago;

B.A., English Literature with minor in Women and Gender Studies, Washington University in St. Louis

Byung-Joo Lee

Ivan Matic

Julio Minoves

From

University of Notre Dame, Associate Professor

Teaching Courses

Business Statistics

Principle of Macroeconomics

Principle of Microeconomics

Academic Background

Ph.D, University of Wisconsin-Madison;

M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison;

M.A., Pennsylvania State University, University Park;

B.S., Seoul National University

From

The City University of New York, Assistant Professor

Teaching Courses

Calculus 1;
Calculus 2;
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Academic Background

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley;

B.Sc. Mathematics, University of Belgrade

From

University of La Verne,

Teaching Courses

Introduction to Sociology;
Introduction to World History;
Introduction to Political Science;
Introduction to Anthropology

 Academic Background

Ph.D., Political Science, Yale University;

M.S., Political Science, University of Fribourg

 

 

Patrick F. O’Bryan

 

 

From

Binghamton University, Associate Professor

Teaching Courses

Financial Accounting

Managerial Accounting

Academic Background

M.S., Accounting, Binghamton University

B. S., Management, Binghamton University

 

 

 

                                             2016 Class Schedule

Time Slot

Course Title

Instructor

Syllabus

8:00-10:00

Introduction to Philosophy

Ross Hamilton

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Introduction to Microeconomics

Byung-Joo Lee

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Financial Accounting

Patrick F. O'Bryan

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Introduction to Biology

David Moreau

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10:00-12:00

Literature

Ross Hamilton

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Introduction to Sociology

Julio Minoves-Triquell

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Introduction to Macroeconomics

Byung-Joo Lee

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Managerial Accounting

Patrick F. O'Bryan

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12:00-14:00

Introduction to Antropology

Julio Minoves-Triquell

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Business Statistics

Byung-Joo Lee

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Public Speaking

Danielle Christmas

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14:00-16:00

Introduction to Western Art History

Ross Hamilton

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Calculus 1

Ivan Matic

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Introduction to Psychology

David Moreau

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College Writing

Danielle Christmas

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16:00-18:00

Introduction to World History

Julio Minoves-Triquell

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Introduction to U.S History

Ross Hamilton

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Calculus 2

Ivan Matic

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18:00-20:00

Introduction to Film Studies

Ross Hamilton

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Introduction to Political Science

Julio Minoves-Triquell

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Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Ivan Matic

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GRE Tutoring

David Moreau

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Important Notice

  1. A nonrefundable program fee (NTD$1,000) is required if one passes the evaluation. The payment method will be listed on the acceptance letter.

  2. If you want to apply for credit transfer, please refer to the department and related units first to confirm the procedure and whether the credits are transferrable in order to prevent future misunderstandings.

  3. This program offers intensive classes held from Monday through Friday. Please manage your time appropriately before you file the application.

Please attach the filled application form, an academic transcript within two semesters, a photocopy of student ID card and a certificate of English proficiency (if you are a native speaker of English, you don't need to provide proof of your English-language proficiency) to Ms. Wang at wang@mail.ntust.edu.tw.

 

For more information about the program, please e-mail Ms. Wang at wang@mail.ntust.edu.tw

 

 

Office of International Affairs

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

 

Attachment: 2016 AUIA Summer School Application Form

Update: 2016 / 05 / 24