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Chinese Courses (CHI)

GE Core denotes General Education Core credit;
GE Marker
denotes General Education Marker credit;
CAR denotes College Additional Requirement credit.

Courses for Undergraduates

101 Elementary Chinese I (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

Introduction to communicative Chinese. Essentials of speaking, listening, writing, reading, and basic grammar. (Fall)

102 Elementary Chinese II (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

Second course in the introductory sequence to Chinese language studies. Essentials of speaking, listening, writing, reading, and basic grammar. (Spring)

203 Intermediate Chinese I (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

CAR: GFL

Third course in a sequence leading to intermediate-level Chinese language proficiency. Conversational listening, speaking, writing, reading, and grammar structures. (Fall)

204 Intermediate Chinese II (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

CAR: GFL

Fourth course in a four-course sequence leading to intermediate-level Chinese language proficiency. Conversational listening, speaking, writing, reading, and grammar structures. (Spring)

210 Masterworks of Chinese Literature in Translation (3:3)

GE Core: GLT

GE Marker: GN

Readings and discussion of the best works of Chinese literature in English translation from the traditional to the modern periods. Taught in English. (Alt)

220 Modern China (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

Introductory Chinese culture course with interdisciplinary perspectives on modern Chinese society, history, literature, and art. Taught in English. (Alt)

301 Third-Year Chinese Language (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

Pr. CHI 204 or equivalent

Third-year Chinese language course to improve oral and written proficiencies, including the Mandarin writing system. Taught in Chinese. (Alt)

302 Third-Year Chinese Conversation and Composition (3:3)

GE Marker: GN

Pr. CHI 204 or equivalent

Third-year Chinese language course focusing on topics of current interest. Taught in Mandarin Chinese.

Please refer to International and Global Studies in this Bulletin for more information on the Asian Studies major or minor.