Course Listing

Core

All Schwarzman Scholars share a core curriculum that serves as an anchor for the rest of their studies and builds connections among them as a cohort. Schwarzman Scholars will complete much of the core curriculum together early in the program, in the summer and fall of their year in Beijing. Core courses include:

Chinese Culture, History, and Values

3

Leading Issues in the Global Economy

3

Leadership

3

Comparative Governance

3

Leading Issues in International Relations

3

Concentrations

Scholars will work individually with their faculty advisor to design a concentration, a set of courses that meet the Scholars' academic and professional goals. Concentration course offerings currently under development include:

Comparative Study of International Business – A Functional and Cultural Approach

3

Reforms and Social Changes in China

3

Global Media and Communication: Theories, Practices and Trends

3

Environment, Climate and Governance

3

Managing Risk: Insurance, Financial and Accounting Perspectives

3

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

3

Political Development: A Comparative Perspective

3

Strategic Management of Public Organizations

3

Cosmopolitan Imaginations in Literature, Arts and Social Thought

3

Ambicultural Strategic Management

3

Comparative Law

3

Comparative Economic Institutions and Economic Policy

3

Chinese Political Institutions

3

Political Economy of Developing Countries

3

Financial Markets and the Global Economy

3

Public Ethics

3

Major Powers and International Security

3