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The Department offers a dual Bachelor's-Master's degree program in both Sociology and Criminology to undergraduate students matriculated at UD's partner universities in China. The primary goal of the program is to cultivate the next generation of Chinese sociologists and criminologists through rigorous and systematic training in theory and research methodology. By having UD faculty available to lecture on a Chinese campus during summer breaks, Chinese students are able to complete their master degrees in a more expeditious and affordable way.
Currently, five academic units in four Chinese universities are participating in the program (see below). The Department is expected to sign more agreements with Chinese universities during the 2017-2018 semester year.
The decision to admit an applicant to the China program in Sociology or Criminology is primarily based on:
Online application is due on June 1st, 2018.
All questions should be addressed to program director Dr. Ivan Sun at email@example.com
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Agreement Signing Ceremony
Beijing Normal University, Sociology
October 10, 2016
Beijing Normal University, Law
Southwest University of Finance and Economic, Law
October 12, 2016
Sichuan International Study University, Sociology
October 13, 2016
Xiamen University, Sociology
October 14, 2016