The Chinese minor provides students with linguistic skills and cross-cultural competence that will complement their studies in many other disciplines, such as business, international affairs, education, hotel management and social service. It prepares students for future academic and professional opportunities in which proficiency in Chinese is required or preferred. Students who have studied Chinese at UNH have gone on to use Chinese for a variety of career paths in both domestic and international settings.
20 credits which consist of the following:
|Four language courses above the 500 level:|
|CHIN 503||Intermediate Chinese I||4|
|CHIN 504||Intermediate Chinese II||4|
|CHIN 631||Advanced Chinese Conversation and Composition I||4|
|CHIN 632||Advanced Chinese Conversation and Composition II||4|
|Choose one of the following Chinese culture and literature courses: 1||4|
|Introduction to Chinese Culture|
|What does it Mean to be Modern? Lenses of Modern Chinese Literature and Film|
Or another Chinese culture or literature course approved by the faculty.
Up to two courses from our study abroad program in Chengdu may count towards the Chinese minor.
At the beginning of your final semester of study, please complete a Certification of Completion of Minor form, obtain the necessary signatures, and submit it to your Dean's Office.