CMU starts academic partnership with Chinese university



The bond between Central Michigan University and China's institutions of higher learning will become stronger in fall 2014.

In a new partnership between CMU and the Asian superpower, students from Jilin University-Lambton College will be able to take courses taught by CMU faculty in China and then finish their program in Mount Pleasant.

The university is located in the Changchung, the capital city of the Jilin province.

Designated CMU faculty members will teach the first five classes of the program overseas.

Chinese students will be able to pick from four major concentrations: leadership, general administration, human resources and international administration.

Selected students will finish their academic programs during the 2015-16 school year at CMU's main campus.

Approval of the program was received from the Chinese government in February.

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