Major in Chinese

Official Requirements for the Major in Chinese Studies:

  • One introductory course from: A EAS 103, A EAS 105 or A EAC 170.

  • Required language: A EAC 201, 202, 301, and 302.

  • Three intermediate prerequisite courses from: A EAS 255, 260, 270; A EAC 205, 210, 211, 212, 230, 280, 379, 380.

  • One seminar from: A EAC 414, 415, 420, 430, 432, 471, 480.

  • One 300-or 400-level elective from: any A EAC course or A EAS 495.

Description in plain English (unofficial, but we figured easier to understand):

Three years or more of Chinese language class and 6 non-language classes related to China.

Minor in Chinese

Requirements for the Minor in Chinese Studies

A minimum of 21 graduation credits of which 15 must be A EAC 102, 201, and 202. The remaining 6 credits may be earned from any A EAC or A EAS course except A EAC 101 and A EAS 220.

Note: No student may use a minor title that is the same as the title of the student’s major

Last updated February 18, 2013