Anthropology, Chinese Language, Sociology & Women Studies China Trip


China has the second largest economy and is becoming more and more important in the world.  Yet China is one of the most misunderstood countries from those in the West and the United States. The best way to obtain an unbiased knowledge and viewpoint about China, its history, cultures, peoples, and political situation is to go there and see it with one’s own eyes.  Join us on a trip of a lifetime and get expand your world view!



Participants must:

-Be 18 years of age or older.

-Be a high school graduate or above.

-Read, speak, and understand English.

-Provide documentation of sufficiently good enough health to travel and participate in a two-week study program.


Great Wall of China

Beijing, Xi'an, Tibet, Chengdu and Shanghai in China


May 23, 2018 -  June 6, 2018 


Dr. Huiying Wei Hill


$4,700.00 (Airfare Included)

  • Suggested Payment Schedule:
  • Deposit: $200
  • Jan. 26, 2018: $1,000
  • Feb. 23, 2018: $1,000
  • March 30, 2018: $1,000
  • April 27, 2018: $1,000
  • May 11, 2018: $200
  • Must be paid in full by May 22, 2018

Deposit: $500 dollars will need to be paid when you hand in your application.

All payments must be made through the Hurst Center, NOT at the main cashier's office.  Payment can be made in person, or over the phone at (801) 626-6600.  The Hurst Center is located on the south side of campus next to the Alumni Center.

Will include visa, room and board, domestic transportation, and most meals.
Not included: passport, incidentals, excess baggage costs, any unscheduled travel, and all meals.



Ancient Garden
ITINERARY: Please attend the pre-departure meetings!!

May 23:  Departure 

May 24-June 5:  Beijing, Xi'an, Tibet, Chengdu and Shanghai

June 6:  Return (tenative on airline ticket availability)


  • The Great Wall of China
  • The Forbidden City
  • Tiananmen Square 
  • Perl factory
  • Temple of Heaven 
  • Terra Cotta Warrior Museum
  • Jade Factory
  • Tibet Museum
  • Potala Palace
  • Barkhor street market
  • Drepung Monestary 
  • Jokang Temple
  • Panda Resort
  • Acrobatic Show
  • The Bund
  • ChengHuang Miao market
  • Zhujiajiao water town

Students who participate in this study abroad program will be able to register for up to six (6) semester credits through Weber State University in ANTH 2920 OR ANTH 4920; ANTH 4950; SOC 4830; SOC 4990; CHNS 2852; CHNS 3850; WGS 4060; WGS 4830; WGS 4900


If program is cancelled all participants will be refunded 100% of fees paid (WSU cannot reimburse personal funds spent outside beyond the program fee).  Withdrawal from the program may result in penalty fees, to be determined by the Study Abroad Director according to the refund policy described in the application.  All costs are non-refundable in their entirety 30 days prior to departure, without exception. Dates and prices may change. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of any such changes by staying in contact with the program director.

Any questions feel free to contact the Study Abroad Office at (801) 626-8155  or by calling the Continuing Education Office at (801) 626-6600.