Master of Arts in the Field of Chinese Language and Culture
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.
30 credits for the thesis option, 33 credits for the non-thesis option.
|Students whose Chinese language skills are determined by examination to be below the advanced level must take CHIN 4108: Readings in Modern Chinese. Students whose skills are determined to be at the required level take an alternative 3-credit course, which must be pre-approved.|
|Major Field Courses|
|A minimum of 18 credits from the following:|
|CHIN 6109||Introduction to Classical Chinese|
|CHIN 6110||Introduction to Classical Chinese 2|
|CHIN 6111||Chinese Literature in Translation|
|CHIN 6112||Chinese Literature in Translation|
|CHIN 6123||Structure of Chinese|
|CHIN 6125||History of the Chinese Language|
|CHIN 6126||Chinese Phonology|
|CHIN 6128||Chinese Semantics|
|CHIN 6163||Taiwanese Literature and Film|
|CHIN 6171||Poetry of the Tang and Song Periods I|
|CHIN 6172||Poetry of the Tang and Song Periods II|
|CHIN 6173||Traditional Chinese Theatre and Drama|
|CHIN 6179||Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature I|
|CHIN 6180||Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature II|
|CHIN 6199||Graduate Seminar|
|CHIN 6201||Second Language Acquisition of Mandarin Chinese|
|CHIN 6210||Introduction to Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language|
|CHIN 6310||Practicum in Chinese Language Instruction|
|A minimum of 6 credits from the following:|
|CHIN 6550||Independent Study for Chinese Language and Culture (Thesis Option) *|
|CHIN 6841||Religion and Politics in China|
|CPED 6557||Second Language Acquisition|
|CPED 6627||Teaching Second Language Reading and Writing|
|EALL 6811||Confucian Literature in East Asia|
|EALL 6831||Introduction to Daoism|
|EALL 6832||Myth, Ritual, and Popular Religion in China|
|EALL 6881||Women, Gender, and Religion in China|
|HIST 6610||Readings Seminar: Late Imperial China (Thesis Option (3 credits)) *|
|For students pursuing the thesis option a total of 3 credits from the following:|
|CHIN 6999||Thesis Research|
*Or an alternative pre-approved course.
**Students must submit a research proposal before enrolling in CHIN 6550.
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