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Chinese Studies (Minor)

The Chinese Studies minor offers a basic understanding of the Chinese Language along with an exploration of at least two disciplines in Chinese history and culture.

Course Requirements

  • Three quarters of college-level Chinese language (at any level).
  • Five additional courses focusing on China from at least two different disciplines, chosen in consultation with an advisor or faculty member, from the current approved Chinese Studies Allied Course List.

Chinese Studies Allied Course List

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select five additional courses from below (as noted above):20
Art and Architecture, History of
HAA 115
INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN ART
HAA 215
CHINESE ART
HAA 218
ARTS OF THE SILK ROAD
HAA 220
BUDDHIST ART
Asian American Studies
AAS 210
ASIAN ART
AAS 211
BUDDHIST ART
AAS 215
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL INEQUALITY
AAS 216
CHINESE ART
AAS 246
ASIAN FOREIGN POLICY
AAS 248
CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY
AAS 253
ASIAN POLITICS
AAS 315
THE STATE & ECONOMIC GROWTH IN EAST ASIA
AAS 342
ASIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY
AAS 352
CHINESE POLITICS
Chinese Studies
CHN 252
INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCIAL CHINESE
CHN 321
TRANSLATION
Economics
ECO 334
UNDERSTANDING CHINA'S ECONOMY
Geography
GEO 215
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL INEQUALITY
GEO 266
WORLD ECONOMY: STATES, MARKETS AND LABOR
GEO 315
THE STATE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
History
HST 161
EAST ASIA TO C. 1200
HST 162
EAST ASIA c. 1200 TO 1800
HST 163
EAST ASIA , c.1800-PRESENT
HST 232
CULTURE AND POLITICS IN IMPERIAL CHINA
HST 233
THE RISE OF MODERN CHINA
HST 322
TOPICS IN ASIAN HISTORY
HST 339
HISTORY FROM PICTURES: VISUAL CULTURE IN EAST ASIAN HISTORY
HST 434
COLLOQUIUM IN ASIAN HISTORY
Intercultural Communication
CMNS 338
ASIAN CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION
Management
ICS 350
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SEMINAR (when study abroad in China)
MGT 357
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (when 1/3 content is about China)
Marketing
MKT 340
MARKETING ACROSS CULTURES: A CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE ON MULTICULTURAL MARKETS
MKT 360
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (when 1/3 content is about China)
Modern Languages
MOL 244
CLASSICAL CHINESE I
MOL 245
CLASSICAL CHINESE II
MOL 246
CLASSICAL CHINESE III
MOL 247
CHINA AND SOCIAL MEDIA
MOL 248
CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY
MOL 249
MODERN CHINESE LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY
MOL 250
CHINESE CINEMA -- A WINDOW ON CHINA
MOL 307
TOPICS IN CHINESE LITERATURE
Philosophy
PHL 287
INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES
PHL 388
TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY
Political Science
PSC 246
ASIAN FOREIGN POLICY
PSC 253
ASIAN POLITICS
PSC 343
ASIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY
PSC 344
WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY (when dealing with China)
PSC 349
ADVANCED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (International Political Economy of the Pacific Rim)
PSC 352
CHINESE POLITICS
Religious Studies
REL 143
BUDDHIST EXPERIENCE
REL 241
RELIGION IN CHINESE HISTORY, SOCIETY AND CULTURE
REL 246
TRADITIONS OF CHINESE POPULAR CULTURE
REL 248
LITERATURE AND RELIGION IN CHINA
REL 341
TAOISM: CHINA'S INDIGENOUS HIGH RELIGION
REL 343
MORAL PHILOSOPHY, POLITICAL POWER, & RELIGION IN PRE-MODERN CHINA
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
SNC 194
CHINA: MONEY, POWER AND THE 21ST CENTURY
Women's and Gender Studies
WGS 394
WOMEN, SELF, AND SOCIETY SEMINAR (SA: China in Transition: Contemporary Film and Photography)

Students majoring in Chinese Studies (BA) or minoring in Chinese Language are restricted from earning this minor.

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