The Chinese Certificate aims to deepen students’ Chinese language proficiency and cultural knowledge of China and Chinese-speaking regions in the world. Upon completion, students are expected to reach novice-high or intermediate-low proficiency in Chinese. This certificate will be a beneficial credential to reflect students’ investment in and knowledge of Chinese.
|Minimum of fifteen semester credits, including:|
|CHIN 101||Beginning Chinese||4|
|CHIN 102||Beginning Chinese||4|
|CHIN 201||Intermediate Chinese||4|
|At least 3 credits selected from: 1|
|Foreign Civilization and Culture (when focused on China)|
|Foreign Film as Cultural Expression (when focused on China)|
or FLTR 330
|Chinese Culture through Films|
|Language and Intercultural Competence|
|Modern East and Southeast Asia|
|History of China|
|International Experience in China|
Other courses with a focus on China may count toward the certificate electives in consultation with the advisor, Dr. Kaishan Kong.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students completing this program will be expected to meet the following learning outcomes:
- Engage in interpersonal communication on familiar or everyday topics.
- Present information to an audience of listeners on topics of a personal nature.
- Describe Chinese cultural practices and compare them with their own culture.