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RED Divisional Foundation/Common Core Courses, PURPLE Disciplinary/Interdisciplinary Courses/Signature Work , BROWN Electives Download PDF
YEAR ONE
FALL SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
CS 101/STAT 102
EAP101-a(2credits)
Another 2 credits
Total credits
credits
IC
8
SESSION 2
Course
Infosci 102
MATH 105
EAP101-b(2credits)
Total credits
credits
IC
DF
10
SPRING SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
CS 201
GChina 101
EAP 102-a (2credits)
Total credits
credits
10
SESSION 2
Course
CS205
Choose Electives
EAP 102-b (2credits)
Total credits
credits
DC
E
10

YEAR TWO
FALL SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
CS 203
Math 206
Total credits
credits
DC
IC
8
SESSION 2
Course
Infosci 103
GLOCHALL 201
Total credits
credits
IC
8
SPRING SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
CS 311
PHY/CHEM/BIO
Total credits
credits
DC
DF
8
SESSION 2
Course
CS306
STATS 202
Total credits
DC
IC
8

YEAR THREE
FALL SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
CS330 @Duke
equals CS 308 @DKU
or
Infosci 104
CS208
Total credits
credits
DC
IC
E
8
SESSION 2
Course
CS371 @Duke
equals CS 309 @DKU
or
ETHLDR 201
CS207
Total credits
credits
E
E
8
SPRING SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
CS330 @Duke
equals CS 308 @DKU
or
ETHLDR 201
CS304/CS401
Total credits
credits
DC
E
8
SESSION 2
Course
CS371 @Duke
equals CS 309 @DKU
or
CS302
Electives
Total credits
credits
E
E
E
8

YEAR FOUR
FALL SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
Infosci 104
CS208/402
and/or
Graduate
electives
Total credits
credits
IC
E
will
10
SESSION 2
Course
Capstone 1
COMPDSGN490
and/or
take 2 sessions
Total credits
credits
IC
E
10
SPRING SEMESTER
SESSION 1
Course
Capstone 2
CS 304/401
and/or
Graduate
electives
Total credits
credits
E
will
10
SESSION 2
Course
CS302
Choose Electives
and/or
take 2 sessions
Total credits
credits
E
E
E
10

Please read the suggestions :
  1. Students should explore though 4 years at DKU various discipline to broaden knowledge and develop interests. Especially for freshmen year, student should take EAP, writing courses and possibly public speaking courses and various intro courses in AH, SS, DNAS, such economics, environments, political science, philosophy, psychology, literature, media etc.
  2. Students with no CS background should take CS101 or STAT102 and other DF/ID courses in freshmen year. Students with no CS background should consider taking CS201 in sophomore year as well (not in the freshmen year). Once you’ve taken CS201, you cannot take CS101 anymore. (anti-prerequisite).
  3. Students should follow bulletin and pre-req sequence to take D/ID/DF courses and encouraged to explore various electives if interested and pre-req satisfied.
  4. Students go to Duke should plan and with due preparation to explore and the Duke CS, Math and STATS course offerings. Check duke bulletin, example courses are Duke CS307, CS330, CS308, CS316, CS310, CS230, CS250, CS308, ECE 553, and many other courses that complements DKU’s offering. https://cs.duke.edu/course-catalog
  5. COMPSCI 203 is a common prerequisite for many Duke CS courses. It is recommended to complete this course before you go to Duke.
  6. Please review Duke-DKU credit transfer procedure before you enroll Duke classes. Duke CS 330 is simply a popular example which is equivalent to DKU COMPSCI 308 as shown in the 4-year plan. A full list can the found in the links below under “Equivalencies from Duke-DKU courses for major requirements””. https://globaled.dukekunshan.edu.cn/outbound/prepare/academics-credits/duke-dku-credit -transfer/
  7. COMPSCI 309/Math 405/STATS 302 is a common prerequisite for many AI-relevant classes. You may take an equivalent course: Duke CS 371 instead, which is equivalent to STATS 302.
  8. Students should note that in order to reach the 136 credits required for graduation, they will need 8 additional credits beyond the minimum course load of 16 credits per term for eight terms.
  9. Class of 2023 & Beyond Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan Students: additional 14 credits needed for 150 credits total.
    • 4 credits Military Training
    • 8 credits Ministry of Education courses CHSC101 and 102
    • 4 credits PE (2 of which can count toward the 136 credits for Duke degree): passing physical proficiency test set by Ministry of Education of China
  10. For all students a maximum of 2 PE credits can count toward the 136 credits required to graduate.
More details about degree requirements can be found in the Undergraduate Bulletin on Page 17 Questions? Schedule a meeting with you advisor or email advising@dukekunshan.edu.cn
Office of Undergraduate Advising No. 8 Duke Avenue, Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province, P. R. China 215316 Website: dukekunshan.edu.cn/en/academics/advising Email: advising@dukekunshan.edu.cn