Requires 31 hours including five advanced language courses beyond CHI 201.
|Required Major Courses|
|CHI 220||Third-year Chinese I||3|
|CHI 230||Third-year Chinese II||3|
|CHI 231||Fourth-year Chinese I||3|
|CHI 290||Chinese Abroad||3|
|CHI 296||Chinese across the Curriculum||1|
|EAL 275||Survey of East Asian Cultures||3|
|EAL 375||Senior Research Seminar||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Pre-Modern China to 1850|
|Modern China since 1850|
|Early Modernity in China|
|Ten Years of Madness: The Chinese Cultural Revolution, 1966 to 1976|
|Religion and Culture in China|
|Select three of the following electives in Chinese literature, film and/or culture: *||9|
|Themes in Chinese Literature I|
|Themes in Chinese Literature II|
|Early 20th-century Chinese Modernism|
|Mass Culture in Modern China|
|Literature and Film from Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Beyond|
|Kung Fu China: Culture, Narrative, Globalization|
|Contemporary East Asian Cinema|
|Study abroad in China or Taiwan **|
CHI 255 may substitute as an EAL elective course.
Under special circumstances, a student may substitute an approved intensive immersion program in the U.S. for the study abroad requirement.
A minimum C average is required for all courses in the major.
Highly qualified majors should apply for admission to the honors program in East Asian Languages and Cultures. To be graduated with the designation “Honors in Chinese Language and Culture” or “Honors in Japanese Language and Culture” following completion of EAL 375, the student must enroll in EAL 376, present an honors-quality research paper, successfully defend the paper in an oral examination, and earn an overall GPA of 3.0 with an average of 3.3 on work in courses taken as part of the major in Chinese or Japanese. For additional information, students should consult members of the department.