Major in Chinese (None)
Minor in Chinese (20 credits)
Minors can choose 20 credits (five courses) from the following offerings: CHIN 211 (4) or 215 (4) abroad; CHIN 212 (4) or 216 (4) abroad; 311 (4) or 315 (4) abroad; 312 (4) or 316 (4) abroad; 321A (4); 321B (4); 330 (4); and/or one course from the Asian Studies Program course list with a focus on China (4). See Asian Studies for details.
You can complete the Chinese Minor in ways that cater to your Chinese language proficiency, academic interests and schedule. You can take CHIN 211, CHIN 212, CHIN 311, CHIN 312 out of sequence.
The following are some examples for courses taken at CSB/SJU:
Example One: CHIN 211, CHIN 212, CHIN 311, CHIN321A, CHIN321B
Example Two: CHIN211, CHIN212, CHIN312, CHIN321A, CHIN321B
Example Three: CHIN212, CHIN 311, CHIN312, CHIN321A, CHIN321B
Example Four: CHIN211, CHIN212, CHIN311, CHIN 312, CHIN321A
Example Five: CHIN212, CHIN 311, CHIN312, CHIN321A, One Asian Studies course with a focus on China
Example Six: CHIN211, CHIN 312, CIN321A, CHIN321B, One Asian Studies course with a focus on China
The Chinese Language and Culture Program encourages immersive learning experiences in China. If you participate in the CSB/SJU study abroad program in Beibei, China, some of your credits can count toward your Chinese Minor. If you have other college-level Chinese language credits from institutions off-campus, they may count toward your Chinese Minor as well. Please contact Dr. Sophia Geng for further details