NVCC 2004-2005 Catalog


     

PROGRAMS OF STUDY


     

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CHINESE STUDIES
Career Studies Certificate AL

Purpose: The program is specifically designed for both degree seeking and non-degree seeking students who are interested in reviewing or developing an in-depth understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture, history, and language. Other students will be able to enhance their employability in careers such as teaching or social service occupations.

First Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester


 

   CHI

101

Beginning Chinese I

5

 

ENG

251

Survey of World Literature I

 

 

   

 

(Focus on China)

3

 

 

   CHI

102

Beginning Chinese II

 

5

 

   HIS

255

History of Chinese Culture and Institutions

 

3

 


 

 

Total Credits/Semester

8

8

Second Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester


 

  CHI

201

Intermediate Chinese I

3

 

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Elective

3

 

 

  CHI

202

Intermediate Chinese II

 

3

 


 

 

Total Credits/Semester

6

3

Total credits for the Chinese Studies Career Studies Certificate = 25.

All first-time students must take a one-credit Student Development (STD) course prior to enrolling in their 16th credit at NVCC.

1 Prerequisites for this course are ENG 111 and 112.

2 Elective may be selected from the following: ECO 210, International Economics; PSY 119, Cross-Cultural Psychology; SPD 229, Intercultural Communication; ART 104, History of Far Eastern Art; SOC 255, Comparative Sociology; and GEO 220, World Regional Geography.

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