Interested in learning Mandarin Chinese?
The Department of World Languages offers Mandarin Chinese courses: CHNE121, CHNE122, CHNE211, and CHNE212. These courses fulfill the requirements of Humanities in General Education Area 4 and may count towards your major. Please note that we do not offer a Chinese Major or a Minor at this time, but we are building the capacity to create a Chinese Minor program in the years to come.
- CHNE 121 Beginning Chinese I (course description)
- CHNE 122 Beginning Chinese II (course description)
- CHNE 211 Beginning Chinese III (course description)
- CHNE 212 Beginning Chinese IV (course description)
- Fall 2013 Schedule
Advanced Placement (AP): If you have taken an Advanced Placement test in Chinese and earn a score of at least three, you will be granted five credits equivalent to CHNE121. If you earn a score of four, you will be granted five credits equivalent to CHNE122. If you do not have an AP test score, you must take an in-house placement test in the Department of World Languages.
If you have any questions about the Chinese courses or the placement test, feel free to contact Dr. Wendy Wang at email@example.com.
Wendy Wang, Ph.D.
Chinese Program Coordinator
Department of World Languages
326 Alexander Hall
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Chinese/American Student Association
Purpose: The goals of the Chinese/American Student Association are to promote language learning, understanding and appreciation of Chinese cultures, history, and people. For more information about the Chinese/American Student Association, visit the website at http://www.emich.edu/ois/studentorgs.html
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