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A special Memorandum of Understanding between SUNY – Buffalo State’s International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC) and Shixi (Beijing) Advisory Center the Master of Science Degree in Creativity is now available to qualified Chinese students. Through this collaborative agreement, Chinese students are able to initiate their graduate studies in creativity in China. That is the first 4 courses, delivered by ICSC’s professors, take place in China during the summer. Students will compete the Master of Science degree by taking the remaining 7 courses at Buffalo State.
This program will be based at Sichuan University. For detailed course schedule, please reference the official offer, or see the program format below. For further details also feel free to contact the ICSC China program coordinator (e-mail and phone provided below).
China’s rise as a world power is well documented. As such, China has a vision to continue its growth by becoming an even stronger “Innovation Nation.” Creativity is the fuel of innovation and educational practices in creativity serve as the catalyst to innovation. As a pioneer in the creativity education movement, and as a recognized world leader in applied creativity, the International Center for Studies in Creativity is proud to provide its cutting-edge creativity curriculum to qualified Chinese students. The goal of this collaborative program is to build a community of creative thinkers in China that will operate as a foundation to China’s quest to become an Innovation Nation.
A Master Degree of Science will be conferred. Base on the background of students, the study focus in this program could be:
The program format is summarized below.
Summer Courses to be Taken in China
|2 Required Courses (6 credits)||
|2 Elective Courses (6 credits)||
To be determined by International Center for Studies in Creativity (sample courses below)
Courses to be Taken in the USA (Buffalo)*
Fall Semester (9 credits) (late August to mid-December)
Spring Semester (9 credits) (late January to mid-May)
Summer (3 credits) (late May through June)
*Sample Schedule Subject to Change
Tuition for this program and mandatory fees will reflect current SUNY tuition rates and costs. For current rates go to insert web link here.
For on-campus living costs go to insert web link here.
For more information, please contact the Program Coordinator with +86-010-57483768 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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