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.