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FLIE Chinese

The FLIE/Chinese program aims to help you master Chinese language skills and cultural literacy which, when combined with knowledge in international economics, will prepare you for actively participating in a world of global business, commerce, and industry. Well prepared to become global citizens of the 21st century and make a difference in today’s world, our graduates pursue careers in International Business, International law, Diplomatic Corps, Non-profit organizations, Foreign and Public Service, Tourism, National security, Publishing, Translation, Journalism, and private business. For more information, please contact Dr. Jianjun He at
Chinese Language Curriculum for FLIE Majors
CHI 301: Advanced Intermediate Chinese  (3)
CHI 302: Advanced Intermediate Chinese  (3)
CHI 331: Intro to Chines Culture since 1840  (3)
MCL/SPA 300: Contact Zones (3)
Plus 12 hours drawn from the following list:
CHI 310: Sounds of East Asian Languages (3)
CHI 320: Gender Politics in Chinese Lit. (3)
CHI 321: Intro to Cont. Chinese Film (3)
CHI 322: Self and Society in Chinese Cult. (3)
CHI 323: Chinese Drama (3)
CHI 330: Intro to Chinese culture to 1840 (3)
CHI 333: Chinese Short Stories (3)
CHI 345: Early Chinese Thought (3)
CHI 395: Ind. Study (variable credit)
CHI 401: Advanced Chinese (3)
CHI 402: Advanced Chinese (3)
CHI 430: Pop. Culture in Mod. China (3)
CHI 450: Daoism, East and West (3)
CHI 495G: Advanced Independent Work in Chinese (1-3)
CHI 511: Literary Chinese (3)
CHI 520: Chinese Linguistics (3)
A-H 415G: Top. in Asian Art History* (3)
HIS 355: Non-West. History since 1789* (3)
HIS 597: Uses of the Past in Mod. China (3)
HIS 598: Emergence of Mod. China (3)
A&S 300: Special Top. Course* (3)
MCL 375: Language Study Abroad (1-3)
MCL 376: Cultural Studies Abroad (1-3)
MCL 390 002 Popular Culture in Modern East Asia (3)
MCL 390 003 Traditional Chinese Medicine (3)
MCL 595 The White Snake (3)

*Subtitle required
Other courses as approved by the advisor