Course Listings

Chinese (CHI)

1301 Elementary Chinese TCCNS: CHIN 1411 
Introduction to the Chinese language and culture; practice in three communicative modes: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). Designed to help students progress through novice proficiency levels.

1302 Elementary Chinese TCCNS: CHIN 1412 
Prerequisite(s): CHI 1301 or 2 units of high school Chinese. 
Introduction to the Chinese language and culture; practice in three communicative modes: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). Designed to help students progress from novice toward intermediate level proficiency.

2310 Intermediate Chinese 
Prerequisite(s): CHI 1301 and 1302 or three units of high school Chinese. 
Practice in three communicative modes at intermediate level proficiency: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). Designed to help students attain intermediate level proficiency in Chinese.

2320 Intermediate Chinese 
Prerequisite(s): CHI 1301, 1302, and 2310 or four units of high school Chinese. 
This course intends to develop spoken and communictive skills in Chinese at the intermediate level. Practice in three communicative modes at intermediate level proficiency: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading).

3301 Chinese Conversation, Composition, and Readings I 
Prerequisite(s): Fourteen semester hours of Chinese or consent of Division Director. 
Development of communication and reading skills.

3302 Chinese Conversation, Composition, and Readings II 
Prerequisite(s): Fourteen semester hours of Chinese or consent of Division Director. 
Continuation of CHI 3301.

3305 Chinese for Business I 
Prerequisite(s): CHI 2320 or four units of high school Chinese. 
Designed to help students develop competency in using Chinese in business contexts; practice in three communicative modes: interpersonal, presentational (speaking, writing), and interpretive (listening, reading). Classes conducted in Chinese.

3306 Chinese for Business II 
Prerequisite(s): CHI 3305. 
Development of advanced communicative skills in Chinese, through a focus on China's fast-changing economy and business.Uses business case studies to foment understanding of Chinese business culture and practices.

3V70 Special Problems (1 to 3 sem. hrs.)
Prerequisite(s): Consent of Division Director. 
With content changed, this course may be repeated once for credit.

3V9R Research              (1 to 3 sem. hrs.)
Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.
Undergraduate research undertaken with the supervision of a faculty member.  May be taken for a maximum of six hours.

4301 Chinese Literature and Culture I 
Prerequisite(s): CHI 3302 or consent of instructor.
An analytical study of the representative works of literature, history, and philosophy from the early Zhou through the Han dynasties.

4302 Chinese Literature and Culture II
Prerequisite(s): CHI 3302 or consent of instructor.
An analytical study of the representative works of literature, history, and philosophy since the Wei dynasty.

4V9R Research              (1 to 3 sem. hrs.)
Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.
Undergraduate research undertaken with the supervision of a faculty member.  May be taken for a maximum of six hours.