The China Studies Focus Award recognizes students who have gained considerable knowledge of China, its language and its culture. The award can be especially useful to transfer students who will focus on International Studies, Asian Studies, International Business, or Chinese. The award also demonstrates to employers that the student has a significant background in East Asian culture and an expanded worldview. To receive the China Studies Focus Award, a student must complete a minimum of 15 credits, including CHN 102 or higher or demonstrate equivalent language proficiency.
A focus award is not a state approved award and will not appear on a student's transcript. For more information, contact Tom Huminski, Department of English, firstname.lastname@example.org.
China Studies Focus Award Requirements
- Meet Chinese language proficiency by completing CHN 102 or above or demonstrating equivalent language skills.
- Complete a minimum of one class from Core A course list.
- Complete a minimum of one class from the Core B course list.
- Complete a minimum of 15 total credits.
|Chinese language courses|
|CHN 101||First Year Chinese||5|
|CHN 102||First Year Chinese||5|
|CHN 103||First Year Chinese||5|
|CHN 201||Second Year Chinese||5|
|CHN 202||Second Year Chinese||5|
|CHN 203||Second Year Chinese||5|
|Core A: Choose a minimum of one course from below|
|CHN 260||Chinese Culture||3|
|or PS 242||Modern China and Its Neighbors|
|HST 106||History of China||4|
|Core B: Choose a minimum of one course from below|
|ART 208||History of Asian Art||4|
|ENG 208||World Literature - Asian (China)||4|
|PHL 210||Introduction to Asian Philosophy||4|
|R 201||Asian Religions||4|