Math Moves Up to 2nd in Popularity
Majoring in Math at International College Beijing
Math has become a favorite second major for many students in International College Beijing (ICB), a joint education program between the University of Colorado Denver and China Agricultural University. Serving as a model to universities worldwide, the ICB program offers economics, communication, and dual degrees to Chinese students; the program allows for study on both the Denver and Beijing campuses.
Student Realizes Full Potential
Student: Fahad Alhammadi
Home Country: United Arab Emirates
Degrees: Master of Urban & Regional Planning, Master of Public Administration and Master of Urban Design
Between completing three Master’s degrees at the University of Colorado Denver (totaling 87 credits with an outstanding 3.6 GPA), studying abroad in China, completing an internship, traveling throughout the United States, and making new friends, Fahad Alhammadi has clearly been busy.
Aaron Meininger, Economics Instructor
Chinese students enrolled in International College Beijing (ICB) enjoy learning from University of Colorado Denver faculty on both the Denver and Beijing campuses. For Aaron Meininger, PhD, landing a teaching position at ICB represented a convergence of three important areas of interest: teaching, traveling, and learning about new cultures.
By Haiyue Liu
According to Lara Farrar’s article, How Will China’s Tech-savvy, Post-90s Generation Shape the Nation? individuals born in China after 1990 (the “Post-90s”) have been labeled as generally “lazy, promiscuous, confused, selfish, brain-damaged and overall hopeless.” …