China: The Food System-CANCELLED
China is the largest export destination for agricultural and food products from the United States. This course focuses on learning about the agricultural and food supply chain operations in China right from the production practices used in the fields to operations in various facilities where agricultural products are processed, imported, packed, tested, transported, inspected, traded and so forth. The visits may include a briefing with the U.S. Embassy Agricultural Attache as well as a meeting with representatives of Chinese food companies. Participants will have extended visits at cooperating universities to bring about an exploration of ideas and cross-cultural exchange.
||Dr. Srini Konduru
559.278.4434 • email@example.com
Department of Agricultural Business
Dr. Dave Goorahoo
559.278.8448 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Plant Science
The fee of $3,170 includes:
- 3 units of Fresno State credit
- All instruction
- Airport transfers
- Local transportation
- Lodging, double room, 3 meals daily
- Museum and show entry fees
- Tours of Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai
- Visits to the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, Terracotta Warriors and moreWhat’s excluded: Round trip airfare from Fresno to China (estimated at $1,200), passport
Required Orientation Sessions
- Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, 4:30-5:30; PB 033
- Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, 5:00-6:00; PB 105
- Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, 4:00-5:00; AGM 101 (Tentative location)
See instructors for dates and locations.
Registration and Fee Payment
All participants in this program must register for credit, including non-matriculated individuals.
Course fee is $3,170.
Make fee payments payable to “Fresno State.” Note: all fees are subject to change.
International Travel Grants
- January 22, 2018: fee payment of $480 due to the Division of Continuing and Global Education
- January 29, 2018: $100 non-refundable airfare deposit due to the travel agent, Sayang Holidays
- February 16, 2018: balance of fee payment, $2,690, is due to the Division of Continuing and Global Education
- March 20, 2018: balance of your airfare is due to Sayang Holidays. Airfare non-refundable.
Travel grants of $1,000 are available for qualified Fresno State students. Grants will pay the travel agent toward your airfare, thus reducing your airfare cost by $1,000. Contact the instructor for more information.
CGE Refund Schedule
You may withdraw from the program, and will be eligible for a full refund of your CGE paid fees if you withdraw before January 22, 2018. Beginning January 22, 2018, no refunds will be made. If you withdraw from the program on or after January 22, 2018, the university will place a hold on your student account and require you to pay the full amount of fees for the travel study program. Further, you will be unable to register in future Fresno State classes until this financial obligation is paid in full.
Participants in this program must have a valid passport. Those needing a U.S. Passport can apply in the Continuing and Global Education office, located in Kremen Education Building, Room 130.