Courses

Chinese Language Courses (CHI)

CHI-101   Chinese Language and Culture I4 credits

Semester-sequenced beginning course in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing Chinese, focused on cultural understanding and proficiency in communication.

CHI-101REV   Chinese Grammar and Phonetics Review1 credit

Prerequisites: CHI-101 or Instructor permission

A systematic review of the most challenging elements of first semester Chinese using a different set of instructional materials from those employed in CHI-101. This course provides students with an opportunity to preserve, reinforce, and enhance their mastery of newly acquired skills before beginning their second semester in the language.

CHI-102   Chinese Language and Culture II4 credits

Prerequisites: CHI-101 or Instructor permission

Semester-sequenced beginning course in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing Chinese, focused on cultural understanding and proficiency in communication.

CHI-201   Chinese Language and Culture III3 credits

Prerequisites: CHI-102 or Instructor permission

Using civilization, contemporary society, and the cultural heritage for context, this course focuses on increasing fluency at the intermediate level while providing additional training in grammar and writing.

CHI-202   Chinese Language and Culture IV3 credits

Prerequisites: CHI-201 or Instructor permission

Using civilization, contemporary society and the cultural heritage for context, this course focuses on increasing fluency at the intermediate level while providing additional training in grammar.