Chinese is one of the many languages offered by the Department of Languages and Linguistics. Chinese courses may be taken to satisfy the Liberal Arts foreign language requirement, or to enhance one’s program of study as an elective.
CHIN 1301. Elementary Chinese I
An introductory course to Chinese language. Emphasis on Chinese alphabet, pronunciation and basic elements of grammar. Reading of simple texts and limited conversational skills.
CHIN 1302. Elementary Chinese II
A continuation of Elementary Chinese I, with the introduction of more elements of grammar, as well as oral and written communication skills within a cultural context. Prerequisite(s): (CHIN 1301 w/C or better)
CHIN 2301. Intermediate Chinese I
Low-Intermediate competencies in communicative skills in Chinese, including oral and written communication, and a corresponding level of cultural competency. Prerequisite(s): (CHIN 1302 w/C or better)
CHIN 2302. Intermediate Chinese II
A continuation of CHIN 2301, with a focus on high- intermediate competencies in communicative skills, including oral and written communication, and a corresponding level of cultural competency. Prerequisite(s): (CHIN 2301 w/C or better)
Please contact Dr. Danielle Xiaodan Morales, Chinese Program Liaison, Old Main 310, (915) 747-6679, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Jane E. Evans, LART 137, email@example.com, (915) 747-7029 for further information about the Chinese language program.