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Keuka China Programs

Welcome to Keuka China and Keuka Vietnam, with College President, Dr. Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera.

The Keuka China Program (KCP) offers a Bachelor of Science degree completion program in Management. A graduate of the program receives a bachelor’s degree conferred by Keuka College and a degree conferred by the Chinese partner university. These degrees are recognized by both the People’s Republic of China and the United States of America.

China embraces free enterprise and individual opportunity, and Keuka College, as a leader in experiential, hands-on learning, has been able to provide its Chinese partners with support for introducing Field Period internships for all KCP students.

Keuka’s partner universities in China value the Field Period concept that requires students to apply what they have learned in the college classroom to real-life situations. Field Period is a way for Keuka students, both in the U.S. and in China, to become more competitive in the job market. Chinese businesses appreciate the skills that Keuka graduates have, and American companies in China are very receptive to the Field Period idea. With thousands of American companies operating in China, Keuka College is primed to have a positive impact on two of the most powerful economic forces in the world.

Hear what Chinese students have to say about Keuka College.

Keuka College’s partner universities include Yunnan University of Finance & Economics (YUFE), Tianjin University of Science & Technology, Jimei University, and Wenzhou University.

Currently, more than 2,700 students are enrolled in the Keuka China Program, with approximately 4,500 successful graduates from all partner universities.

Of all U.S. colleges offering degree programs in China, Keuka College boasts the largest enrollment.

Students pursuing Keuka degrees in Keuka Park have reaped many benefits from the College’s presence in China.

  • Exchange students from KCP partner universities attend classes in Keuka Park with American classmates. Since 2008, the College has hosted more than 100 exchange students from China.
  • The first Keuka College study abroad student to China studied at YUFE in Fall 2010, returned to graduate from Keuka and was admitted to Tsinghua University’s M.S. in International Relations program in Beijing, entering in Fall 2012.
  • Thirteen Keuka students conducted their January 2006 Field Periods in China. Six were stationed at the Beijing Children’s Home, an orphanage that also provides medical treatment to children from all over northern China, and seven helped establish a Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team at YUFE.
  • The women’s basketball team played a series of goodwill games against Keuka’s partner universities in China in June 2006.

Accreditation in China

The Keuka-China international relationship has the official approval of the Office of Academic Degrees Committee for the State Council in the People’s Republic of China. Keuka’s programs in China follow the rules and regulations of the Ministry of Education, People’s Republic of China.

KCP provides the same degree and is accredited in the same way as traditional Keuka College programs in the U.S. The Bachelor of Science in Management (B.S.M.) degree is accredited by the International Association for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). For more information about our program’s accreditation, visit the Division of Business and Management’s IACBE Accreditation Information page. Keuka College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher EducationView the 2011-12 IACBE Assessment Report.

Dr. Michael Hwang, administrative chancellor for China campuses provides a calligraphy lesson to Dr. Joseph G. Burke, president emeritus, and Dr. Jorge L. Díaz-Herrera, president.