School of Intercultural studies

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       General Introduction

 

1. Historical Development

The School of Intercultural Studies (SIS) was established in 2001 as an international-oriented college within Jiangxi Normal University. SIS is committed to the advancement of higher education in China, expanding its scope and depth, while pursuing a higher standard of education. These goals are pursued in part by collaborating with key overseas universities. Its chief task is recruiting and training overseas students to study in China, as well as recruiting domestic students to study abroad. There are 3,200 undergraduate students, over 140 overseas students and 21 postgraduates.

2. Disciplinary Construction

At present, the School of Intercultural Studies offers 6 Majors and 8 areas of focus for undergraduates: Business English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Accounting and Finance. This includes a special Chinese language major for overseas student recruits. SIS is also proud to announce it now provides a new postgraduate master’s degree in Japanese, which is the first and only master’s degree offered in Jiangxi Province.

3. Science and Research

During the past 16 years, 8 projects of National Social Science Foundation, as well as over 30 provincial-level projects of science and research have been approved for the teachers of SIS. Besides, works of the teaching staff, including 5 treatises and hundreds of papers, have come out. SIS established a Southeast Asia Research Centre, the program—“the evolution and development of the academy culture in Southeast Asia” of which was granted as one of the most special program of science and research in the university. In addition, the high-standard YaoHu Lake forum has been hosted by SIS for 3 times to broaden the horizon of all the participating members.  

4. Teaching Staff

SIS employs 90 staff members, 76 of whom are full-time teachers. Among the 90 staff members, 27 are with doctoral degrees and 55 with master degrees. There are 2 professors, 18 associate professors, 53 lecturers and 3 teaching assistants. Of these teachers, 2 were granted as “outstanding teachers”, 8 as “top ten best teachers” and 2 as with star-rated classes. In addition, 15 foreign teachers of full time are recruited to teach English, Japanese, French and other languages.

5.Talent Cultivation

Currently, there are over 3200 undergraduates of international classes, more than 140 foreign students and 18 postgraduates in SIS. Talent cultivation has been the top priority of SIS for students are the future of the country. Therefore, SIS is always seeking for all-round development of morality, intelligence and physique for them, with the hope of breeding more professional and creative talents who boast excellent English skills, broad scope of knowledge and other abilities to meet the demand of modern society.

6. Social Service

Apart from employing qualified teachers and cultivating outstanding students, SIS is also committed to contributing to the society by guaranteeing student’s employment rate and collaborating with parents. Despite the job-hunting plight in China’s workplace, from 2012 to 2015, consecutively, the employment rate of students graduating from SIS remains above 90%. On the other hand, to explore the new teaching mode by intensifying contacts with parents, SIS set a Parent Committee in December, 2011, which has obtained fruitful achievements since its foundation.

7. International Cooperation

Under the leadership of the Jiangxi Ministry of Education in conjunction with the administration and other departments of Jiangxi Normal University, SIS is seeking a stronger collaboration from multiple sectors of society. By encouraging a high standard of academic excellence, hiring and retaining highly-trained teaching staff, and focusing on relevant curricula for both international and domestic students, it is our commitment to build and sustain a college of international distinction.

 

 


A list of the discipline &program of School of Intercultural Studies

 

 

 

No.

 

Category of discipline

Discipline

 Code

Program Name

 

 

Level

   Years

 

Introduction

1

 

literature

 

English Language And Literature General

050626

Business English (International Business

B

4

Students will be well trained and competent at such basic English skills as listening and speaking, to be well informed and have extensive knowledge about science and culture. Students are to develop into high-quality versatile talents with practical knowledge and competence in international business.  

Business English (International Accounting)

B

4

Guarantee students to be competent at English skills, well informed to have extensive knowledge and competence in administration, economy, law, Computerized Accounting; Intermediate Financial finance, banking, etc. and well adapted to the needs of modern development and international and domestic market economies.

Business English (International Finance)

B

4

Make sure students be well trained to be competent at basic English skills, well informed to master the basic theoretical knowledge of finance, especially international finance, such businesses as banking, securities, investment and insurance, as well as to be familiar with relevant financial policies and laws at home and abroad to fit for international-finance-related jobs in economy-management sectors or undertakings.

2

lituratue

Foreign  Languages and Literature

050209

Korean

B

4

Students are to be well trained to be highly competent at basic Korean Language skills, Well informed to have broad international perspective and international business skills. Upon graduation students will be competent in these fields: national and local foreign affairsteaching or scientific researching in colleges and universities; international trade; cross-cultural communication, business, translation; international tourism foreign-related secretary; etc.

3

literature

Chinese Language and Literature

050101

Chinese language

B

4

Set for foreign students to be well trained with basic Chinese skills such as listening and speaking to learn more about the extensive and profound Chinese culture, to be familiar with cross-cultural communication with Chinese and to develop practical competences.

4

literature

Foreign Languages and Literature

050207

Japanese(International Business)

B

4

Students will be well trained to be highly competent at such basic Japanese skills as listening and speaking and well informed to have extensive knowledge about science and culture. Students are to develop into high-quality all-round Japanese-language talents with practical knowledge and competence in international business.

 

 

 

 

 

A list of the course of Korean

 

No.

code

Course Name

 

Level

1

269257

Basic Korean

B

2

 

Korean ListeningⅠ

B

3

269271

Korea Overview

B

4

 

Conversational KoreanⅠ

B

5

 

Korean ReadingⅠ

B

6

269299

Basic Korean

B

7

 

Korean ListeningⅡ

B

8

 

Conversational Korean Ⅱ

B

9

 

Korean  Reading Ⅱ

B

10

269261

Basic Korean

B

11

 

Korean Listening Ⅲ

B

12

 

Conversational Korean Ⅲ

B

13

 

Korean  Reading

B

14

269260

Korean Grammar

B

15

269263

Basic Korean IV

B

16

 

Korean Listening Ⅳ

B

17

 

Conversational Korean Ⅳ

B

18

 

Korean  Reading IV

B

19

269272

Korean Writing

B

20

269265

Advanced Korean

B

21

269273

Theory and practice of Korean and Chinese Translation

B

22

269267

Selected readings in Korean Newspaper

B

23

269269

Korea Literature History

B

24

269276

History and culture of Korea(Korean)

B

25

269270

Selected readings in Korean Literature

B

26

269282

Trade Korean

B

27

269266

Advanced Korean Ⅱ

B

28

269274

Theory and Practice of Chinese and Korean Translation

B

29

269281

International Business Negotiation

(Korean)

B

30

269275

Advanced  Korean Interpreter

B

31

024003

Graduation Practice

B

32

024001

Graduation ThesisPaper

B

33

269027

Second Foreign LanguageEnglish Ⅰ SIS

B

34

269028

Second Foreign LanguageEnglish Ⅱ SIS

B

35

269029

Second Foreign LanguageEnglish Ⅲ SIS

B

36

269030

Second Foreign LanguageEnglish Ⅳ SIS

B

37

   252195

International Trade Theory SIS

B

38

   269283

International Trade Practices SIS

B

39

   252194

International Finance SIS

B

40

   254170

International Marketing

(Korean)

B

41

   269034

International Business Law SIS

B

42

   269290

Korean Music Appreciation

B

43

 

English Grammar

B

44

 

Korean Speech

B

45

 

TOPIK Simulation Test

B

46

 

Korean Film and Television Media

B

47

   269291

Korean Lexicology

B

48

   269293

Korean Contemporary Politics and Society

B

49

   252205

International Business Culture

(English)

B

50

 

English for International  Business  Law SIS

B

51

 

Advanced Business English SIS

B

52

   252205

 International Business Culture SIS

B

53

   269287

Conversational  Korean  Ⅰ

B

54

   269123

Second Foreign LanguageJapaneseⅠ SIS

B

55

   269219

Second Foreign LanguageFrenchⅠ SIS

B

56

 

Second Foreign LanguageRussianⅠ SIS

B

57

   269218

Second Foreign LanguageJapanese SIS

B

58

   269220

Second Foreign LanguageFrenchⅡ SIS

B

59

 

Second Foreign LanguageRussianⅡ SIS

B

60

   269288

Conversational  Korean Ⅱ

B

61

   269292

Research on North Korea

B

62

 

Special Topics on Korean Society and Economy SIS

B

63

 

Global Media and Culture

B

64

 

Research and Practice of Local Economy in Jiangxi  SIS

B

65

   269295

History of Korean Cultural Exchange

B

66

 

Cross-border Electric Business Practice

B

 

 

A list of the course of School of International Business

 

 

No.

 

code

Course Name

Level

1

269155

Japanese Pronunciation

B

2

269082/269083

269084/269085

Basic JapaneseⅠ/Ⅱ/Ⅲ/Ⅳ

B

3

252193

International Trade affairs

Japanese

B

4

269027/269028

269029/269030

Second Foreign LanguageⅠ/Ⅱ/Ⅲ/Ⅳ

 

B

5

 

Japanese Extensive-ReadingⅠ/Ⅱ/Ⅲ

B

6

269105/269106

269107/269108

Japanese Audio-VideoⅠ/Ⅱ/Ⅲ/Ⅳ

B

7

269109/269110

269111/269112

Oral JapaneseⅠ/Ⅱ/Ⅲ/Ⅳ

B

8

269088/269089

Japanese GrammarⅠ/Ⅱ

B

9

269090/269115

Japanese WritingⅠ/Ⅱ

 

B

10

269086/269087

Advanced JapaneseⅠ/Ⅱ

B

11

269092

Japanese Translation

B

12

269122

Japanese Oral Interpretation

B

13

 

Advanced Japanese Audio VisualⅠ/Ⅱ

B

14

269158

Japanese Business Writing

B

15

269081

International Trade Theory

B

16

254170

International MarketingJapanese

B

17

269116

Japanese Culture

B

18

269108

Introduction to Japan

B

19

269126

International Economics

B

20

269181

Accounting Affairs(Japanese)

B

21

 

The History of Japanese Literature

B

22

252199

Customs Declaration Practice

B

23

269059

Spoken English

B

24

269229

Fundamentals of Management

B

25

 

Higher Mathematics

B

26

269157

International Finance

B

27

 

Practice of Cross-border Electricity Suppliers

B

28

269176

Modern logistics

B

29

252200

Basic Accounting

B

30

 

Japanese Newspaper

B

31

 

International Business Case Analysis

B

32

252198

Foreign Trade English System

B

33

269039

International Settlement

B

34

269152

Business Statistics

B

 

 

 

 

A list of the course of School of International Accountant

 

No.

code

Course Name

Level

1

255506

Higher Mathematics Ⅰ

B

2

269307

Comprehensive EnglishⅠ

B

3

269308

Comprehensive EnglishⅡ

B

4

255507

Higher Mathematics Ⅱ

B

5

269309

Comprehensive EnglishⅢ

B

6

269331

Comprehensive EnglishⅣ

B

7

269242

Reading Course in Selected English Business News Publications

B

8

269241

Intercultural business communication

B

9

254004

Microeconomics

B

10

268015

Basic of Accounting

B

11

254003

Macro-Economics

B

12

268023

Intermediate financial accounting

B

13

268002

Economics of Money and Finance

B

14

268082

Accounting English

B

15

 

Basic Statistic

B

16

 

Computerization Accounting

B

17

 

Graduation Practice

B

18

 

Graduation Thesis

B

19

 

Audiovisual EnglishⅠ

B

20

269059

Interactive SpeakingⅠ

B

21

 

Audiovisual EnglishⅡ

B

22

269060

Interactive SpeakingⅡ

B

23

 

Western Culture Background

B

24

269063

Basic WritingⅠ

B

25

 

Audiovisual EnglishⅢ

B

26

269061

Interactive SpeakingⅢ

B

27

268008

Intermediate financial Management

B

28

 

Audiovisual EnglishⅣ

B

29

269062

Interactive SpeakingⅣ

B

30

269064

Basic WritingⅡ

B

31

268121

Economic Law Practice

B

32

268018

Cost Accounting

B

33

269229

Management Science

B

34

268112

Advanced financial Management

B

35

268051

International Settlement

B

36

 

Challenging Interpreting: A Course book of Interpreting Skills

B

37

 

International Accounting

B

38

269141

International Tax Law

B

39

268108

Auditing

B

40

 

Skills and Practice of English-Chinese Translation

B

41

269025

Survey of Major English-speaking Countries

B

42

269046

English Grammar

B

43

269172

A Concise History of English Literature

B

44

269021

English Pronunciation and Intonation for Communication

B

45

254219

Probability and Mathematical Statistics

B

46

269173

The Concise History of American Literature

B

47

254648

International Business Law

B

48

269070

English Lexicology

B

49

269204

Global Marketing

B

50

252205

International Business Culture

B

51

269069

Introduction to Applied English Linguistics

B

52

268087

Accounting Experiment

B

53

255215

Linear Algebra

B

54

 

Professional Skills Training

B

 

 

 

A list of the course of Business English

 

No.

code

Course Name

 

Level

1

254004

Microeconomics

B

2

254003

Macro-Economics

B

3

268002

Economics of Money and Finance

B

4

268033

International Finance

B

5

255506

Higher MathematicsⅠ

B

6

255507

Higher MathematicsⅡ

B

7

268015

Basic of Accounting

B

8

268121

Economic Law Practice

B

9

268034

Financial Market and Investment

B

10

268101

International Economics

B

11

268119

Basic Statistic

B

12

268007

Technical Analysis

B

13

269141

International Tax Law

B

14

268031

Public Finance

B

15

 

Financial EnglishⅠ

B

16

 

Commercial Bank Economic Management

B

17

269161

International Financing

B

18

 

Financial EnglishⅡ

B

19

268051

International Settlement

B

20

268122

Modern Financial Business

B

21

268072

Corporate Finance

B

22

269162

Exchange Transaction: Theory and Practice

B

23

024005

Graduation Practice

B

24

024001

Graduation Thesis

B

25

 

Comprehensive English

B

26

 

Audiovisual English

B

27

269059

Interactive SpeakingⅠ

B

28

 

Comprehensive English

B

29

 

Audiovisual English

B

30

269060

Interactive SpeakingⅡ

B

31

 

Western Culture Background

B

32

 

Comprehensive English

B

33

 

Audiovisual English

B

34

269061

Interactive SpeakingⅢ

B

35

269063

Basic WritingⅠ

B

36

269064

Basic WritingⅡ

B

37

 

Comprehensive English

B

38

 

Audiovisual English

B

39

269062

Interactive SpeakingⅣ

B

40

269242

Reading Course in Selected English Business News Publications

B

41

 

Challenging Interpreting: A Course book of Interpreting Skills

B

42

269241

Intercultural Business Communication

B

43

 

Skills and Practice of English-Chinese Translation

B

44

269046

English Grammar

B

45

254170

Global Marketing

B

46

268071

Investment Banking

B

47

269172

A Concise History of English Literature

B

48

269021

English Pronunciation and Intonation for Communication

B

49

269173

The Concise History of American Literature

B

50

269025

Survey of Major English-speaking Countries

B

51

259219

Tax Law

B

52

268103

Econometric

B

53

268003

Principles of Insurance

B

54

269033

international trade affairs

B

55

252205

International Business Culture

B

56

269070

English Lexicology

B

57

269229

Management Science

B

58

255215

Linear Algebra

B

59

254051

International insurance

B

60

269069

Introduction to Applied English Linguistics

B

61

269150

Business Etiquette

B

62

254219

Probability and Mathematical Statistics

B

63

268075

Global Financial System

B

 

 

 

 

A list of the course of School of Business English

 

No.

code

Course Name

level

1

269021

English Phonetics

B

2

269047

Business English Intensive ReadingⅠ

B

3

269051

Business English Extensive ReadingⅠ

B

4

 

Elements of International BusinessBilingualism

B

5

269021

English Phonetics

B

6

269047

Business English Intensive ReadingⅠ

B

7

269051

Business English Extensive ReadingⅠ

B

8

 

Elements of International BusinessBilingualism

B

9

269021

English Phonetics

B

10

269047

Business English Intensive ReadingⅠ

B

11

269051

Business English Extensive ReadingⅠ

B

12

269055

Visual-audio-oral Business English Ⅰ

B

13

269059

Oral English Ⅰ

B

14

 

General Theory of Chinese Culture

B

15

269048

Business English Intensive Reading Ⅱ

B

16

269052

Business English Extensive Reading Ⅱ

B

17

269056

Visual-audio-oral Business English Ⅱ

B

18

269060

Oral English Ⅱ

B

19

269063

English Writing Ⅰ

B

20

269049

Business English Intensive Reading Ⅲ

B

21

269053

Business English Extensive Reading Ⅲ

B

22

269057

Visual-audio-oral Business English Ⅲ

B

23