2019-2020 Catalog

Minor in Chinese Studies: Culture and Business

The minor in Chinese Studies: Culture and Business is offered through the College of Business and Public Administration and is open to all students across campus. The Chinese Studies minor provides a formal, structured, multidisciplinary approach to the study of modern China, its history, language, customs, culture and economy. The program targets students from all majors for in-depth examination of a region of growing global importance with special emphasis on the practical development of cross-cultural business skills. The minor requires a minimum or 23 credits in three different categories: Chinese language, area studies and business. It also requires fieldwork or an internship experience in China.

Program Requirements: a minimum of 23 credits distributed between Parts A, B and C as follows:

Language (Part A)
CHIN 101First Year Chinese I4
CHIN 102First Year Chinese II4
Area Studies (Part B)
Select two of the following:6
Chinese Culture Through Films
Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy
Modern China
Daoism and Confucianism
Regional Geography
Special Topics
Business Studies (Part C)
BADM 316Introduction to Business in China3
BADM 318
BADM 319
China Then and Now
and Business Fieldwork in Shanghai (summer in China)
or BADM 497 Internship in China
Total Credits23

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