The Chinese Studies Program is your gateway to one of the world’s oldest and richest civilization. We open and pave your way to multiple China-related fields with solid preparation in the Chinese language, literature, and culture. We train you to achieve advanced language proficiency in Mandarin Chinese and to think critically about Chinese cultural phenomena.
Spring 2023 Course Offerings
CHIN 1001/01Elementary Chinese IFace-to-Face
MW 3:30 - 4:4511984
CHIN 1001/W01Elementary Chinese ISynchronous online
TR 11:00 - 12:1511985
CHIN 1002/01Elementary Chinese IIFace-to-Face
TR 11:00 - 12:1511986
CHIN 1002/02Elementary Chinese IIFace-to-Face
MW 5:00 - 6:1511987
CHIN 2001Intermediate Chinese IFace-to-Face
MW 5:00 - 6:1511988
CHIN 2002Intermediate Chinese IIFace-to-Face
MY 3:30 - 4:4511989
CHIN 3200Critical Reading & Applied WritingFace-to-Face
TR 2:00 - 3:1511890
CHIN 4402Contemporary Culture66% Hybrid
M(WF) 2:30 - 3:2011991
CHIN 4456Advanced Gammar & LinguisticsFace-to-Face
TR 3:30 - 4:4511993
CHIN 4499Senior SeminarTBA11996
The B.A. in Modern Language and Culture has four concentrations to choose from:
- Second Language and Culture
- Teacher Certification in Foreign Language (FLED)
- Applied Business
- Cross-disciplinary Perspectives
Why Study Chinese?
There are many compelling reasons to study Chinese:
- China is one of the world’s oldest and richest cultures, over 5000 years old.
- China is currently the second largest economy in the world.
- China is one of largest trading partners of the United States.
- Speaking Chinese is an asset and will open new doors for you.
- Knowing Chinese may give you an edge when applying for competitive positions.
- Knowing Chinese may give you new perspectives to look at the world.
Career opportunities with Chinese
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Every year the Chinese Language and Culture Club organizes a series of cultural events, including a celebration of the Chinese New Year with food and student performances, Chinese cultural workshops, excursion to the local Chinese communities, and guest lectures on China-related topics. To learn more about Chinese Club, join them on Instagram, or check out their OwlLife page.