CHINESE • CHIN

Native speakers of Chinese will not receive credit for courses marked with an asterisk (*).

General education courses are marked with stars ().

*1101 Beginning Mandarin Chinese (4)Persons with prior knowledge of Mandarin may not take this course for credit. Basic lexicon and structure of Chinese;
development of speaking and listening skills.

*1102 Beginning Mandarin Chinese (4)Basic lexicon and structure; emphasis on communicative language use.

*2001 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese (4)Prereq.: CHIN 1102. Continuation of the study of basic lexicon and structures of Chinese; emphasis on further development of speaking, writing, and reading skills.

*2002 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese (4)Prereq.: CHIN 2001. Continuation of the study of basic lexicon and structures of Chinese; emphasis on further development of speaking, writing, and reading skills.

3101 Advanced Chinese (3)Prereq.: CHIN 2002 or equivalent. Introduction of authentic materials of increasing complexity on a variety of topics; emphasis on the use of relatively sophisticated structures vocabulary in complex communication.

3102 Advanced Chinese (3)Prereq.: CHIN 3101 or equivalent. Introduction of authentic materials of increasing complexity on a variety of topics; emphasis on the use of relatively sophisticated structures vocabulary in complex communication.

3801 Traditional East Asian Literature (3)Taught in English; knowledge of East Asian languages not required. Also offered as JAPN 3801. Introduction to the genres, themes, and representative works of traditional Chinese and Japanese literature; emphasis on critical reading.

3802 Modern East Asian Literature (3)Taught in English; knowledge of East Asian languages not required. Also offered as JAPN 3802. Introduction to the genres,
themes, and representative works of modern Chinese and Japanese literature; emphasis on critical reading.