Jan 27, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalogue 
    
2019-2020 Catalogue

Chinese Studies, B.A.


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TENURED AND TENURED-TRACK FACULTY:
Mark Graham, Chair
Rujie Wang

 

The Program in Chinese Studies introduces students to both Chinese language and Chinese literature. Its objective is to teach students the basic skills of reading, listening, speaking, and writing Chinese. Besides providing practical training in Chinese for career purposes, the program is also designed to familiarize students with non-Western conceptual schemes and modes of thought. The courses in Chinese language and literature, together with related courses from the departments of Anthropology, History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies, will give students a strong background in China and East Asia in general.

Major in Chinese Studies


Consists of eleven courses:

Special Notes


  • Overseas Study: Majors in Chinese are required to complete an approved offcampus study program in China. Approved transfer credit from participation in this program can count toward the major requirements.
  • Minors in Chinese may satisfy the CHIN 20100 , CHIN 20200 , and CHIN 31100  requirements by taking the equivalent courses from endorsed off-campus programs.
  • Students who wish to take the maximum number of courses for this major are encouraged to complete additional courses from the options offered in the major requirements.
  • Majors and minor are not permitted to take any courses within the department for S/NC credit, nor will classes taken for audit count.
  • Only grades of C- or better are accepted for the major or minor.

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