Interdisciplinary Track in Chinese Studies

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Students electing this track choose a departmental advisor and a primary mentor in another department/discipline, such as Anthropology, History, Comparative Literature, Art History, Political Science, or Religion. The advisor and the mentor work with the student to formulate the student's program of elective courses. This track enables students to concentrate in disciplinary areas not represented within the department.


A. Required Course

Interdisciplinary Track in Chinese Studies
Course Number Course Title Semester Hours

CHIN:4101-4102
OR
CHIN:4103-4104

Classical Chinese: First-Second Semester
OR
Fourth-Year Chinese: First-Second Semester

6 s.h.

CHIN:3341
OR
CHIN:3202
OR
CHIN:4203

Chinese Literature: Poetry
OR
Chinese Literature: Prose
OR
Modern Chinese Writers

3 s.h.

039:154

Modern China: 1800-Present

3 s.h.

B. Elective Courses

Interdisciplinary Track in Chinese Studies
Course Name Semester Hours

To be decided in consultation with the departmental advisor and primary mentor.

18 s.h.

 

30 s.h.


Exit Requirement for Interdisciplinary Track
Students may complete the final three semester hours of the program by writing a thesis. Persons who do not select the thesis option fulfill the degree requirements by accumulating 30 semester hours in coursework. These students submit a copy of a seminar paper, including a bibliography, to the mentor and the advisor, who meet with the student to discuss and approve the final version.