Skip to content

Global Education

Global Education: Profile Video

Hien Pham came to Keuka via Vietnam and found success. Watch her video. >>>

The Keuka China Academic Program

To earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Management (B.S.M.), KCP students must complete 120 credits of required courses. Thirty courses (90 credits) are taught in Chinese by faculty members at the Chinese partner universities and are transferable to Keuka College. Ten courses (30 credits) are taught in English by faculty selected by Keuka College. All courses are approved by the Ministry of Education in China and the New York State Department of Education in the USA.

Management courses, general education courses, and a Field Period requirement make up the Keuka China academic program. With the skills and knowledge they have learned, Keuka China students are ready to enter the workforce and be valuable contributors in the workplace.

Keuka China students begin taking Keuka College courses in the second semester of their first year at a partner university. They finish taking Keuka College courses in Semester 7, or the fall semester of their fourth year of study.

The sequence of courses can be found here: BSM 4-Year Curriculum Template

Click below to see courses and descriptions.

Keuka College Courses

Keuka College Delivered Courses

The following requirements (30 credits) are taught by Keuka College faculty in China in the sequence listed below:

Course Title Credits
BUS 101 Introduction to Business and Society 3
BUS 202 Business Law 3
HRM 208 Human Resources Management 3
MGT 345 Organizational Behavior 3
INS 301A Integrative Studies: Creativity 3
INS 301J IS: Leadership 3
MGT 351 Small Business Management 3
MKT 220 Principles of Marketing 3
FIN 312 Financial Management 3
BUS 444 Strategic Management 3

Chinese Partner University Courses

Chinese Partner Transfer Course Requirements

Students are required to take the following required courses with the partner university, which are later accepted as 90 transfer credits towards their degree:

Course Title Credits
ACC 101 Acct I: Intro to Financial Accounting 3
ACC 102 Acct II: Intro Managerial Accounting 3
ART 201 Art History: Beginning to Early Modern 3
BUS 330 Operations and Production Management 3
CMP 120 Introduction to Computer Applications 3
COM 122 Introduction to Communication 3
COM 123 Public Speaking 3
COM 350 Digital Publishing 3
ECO 210 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ECO 211 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ENG 110 College English I 3
ENG 112 College English II 3
ENG 209 Topics in World Literature 3
FP 401 FP: Career Mgmt and Exp Learning 2
FYE 101 Experiential Learning 1
HIS 114 Western Civilization II 3
MAT 102 College Algebra 3
MAT 105 Pre-Calculus 3
MAT 106 Calculus I 4
MAT 207 Calculus II 4
MGT 353 Business and Government Relations 3
MKT 335 Internet Marketing 3
MKT 440 Marketing/Sales Management 3
PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PHL 115 Ethics 3
POL 140 International Relations 3
PSY 101 Introductory Psychology 3
SS 231 Statistics for Social Science 3
Natural science course with lab is also required - 4 credits