Xingbo Li, Assistant Professor
The Chinese program introduces students to the Chinese language and Chinese culture. The various courses offered enable students to lay the groundwork for fluency in Chinese and to enhance practical language skills for specific career purposes.
Students may complete a Chinese Language Minor or may elect to submit for approval a Chinese Studies major in conjunction with Fudan University in Shanghi, China, or Peking University in Beijing, China, which will provide a Chinese immersion experience.
The Chinese program seeks to educate students to become more effective participants in the global community by promoting international and ethnic awareness and sensitivity to other cultures.
21 total credits
Chinese Required Courses (12 credits required):
|CHIN 101||Beginning Chinese I -- 3 credits|
|CHIN 102||Beginning Chinese II -- 3 credits|
|CHIN 201||Intermediate Chinese I -- 3 credits|
|CHIN 202||Intermediate Chinese II -- 3 credits|
(Any or all of the above courses can be reduced or eliminated by earning a grade of B- or higher in the next higher course. For example, a student who completes a 300-level Chinese course with a grade of B- or higher will receive retro-credits to his or her transcript for CHIN 101, 102, 201, and 202 for a total of 12 retro-credits in Chinese.)
Chinese Elective Courses (9 credits required):
|CHIN 300||Advanced Chinese -- 3 credits|
|CHIN 301||Chinese Conversation -- 3 credits|
|Chinese Civilization and Culture -- 3 credits
Chinese Study Aboard -- 6 to 18 credits
Independent Study -- 1-6 credits
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