The undergraduate minor in Chinese consists of five courses.

At least three of the courses must be language courses beyond CHIN 203 (the first semester of Intermediate Chinese), chosen from among the following:

CHIN 204: Intermediate Chinese II
CHIN 212: Intermediate Written Chinese
CHIN 305: Advanced Chinese I
CHIN 306: Advanced Chinese II
CHIN 313: Advanced Written Chinese
CHIN 407: Readings in Modern Chinese I
CHIN 408: Readings in Modern Chinese II
CHIN 414: Advanced Reading and Composition
CHIN 440: Advanced Chinese Grammar
CHIN 441: Chinese-English Translation and Interpreting
CHIN 442: Modern Chinese Society
CHIN 443: Business Communication in Chinese
CHIN 490: Topics in Chinese Literature and Language
CHIN 510: Introduction to Classical Chinese
CHIN 511: Literary Chinese
CHIN 525: Ancient Philosophers and their Modern Reincarnation
CHIN 532: Modernizing the Chinese Language
CHIN 590: Advanced Topics in Chinese Literature and Language
CHIN 631: Writing Chinese (in) America: Advanced Studies of a Foreign Literature from U.S. Homeland

The other two courses may be either more language courses chosen from the list above, or culture courses chosen from among the following:

ASIA 52: First-Year Seminar: Food in Chinese Culture
ASIA 55: First-Year Seminar: Kung-fu: The Concept of Heroism in Chinese Culture
ASIA/WMST 56: First-Year Seminar: Writing Women in Modern China
ASIA 65: First-Year Seminar: Philosophy on Bamboo: Rethinking Early Chinese Thought
ASIA 453: Global Shangri-La: Tibet in the Modern World
CHIN 150: Introduction to Chinese Civilization
CHIN 231: Chinese Literature in Translation Through the T’ang
CHIN 232: Chinese Literature in Translation Since the Sung
CHIN 242: Chinese Qin Music
CHIN 244: Introduction to Modern Chinese Culture through Cinema
CHIN 252: Introduction to Chinese Culture Through Narrative
CHIN 253: Chinese Language and Society
CHIN 255: Bandit or Hero: Outlawry in Chinese Literature and Films
CHIN 342: The Rise of China: A Global and Multidisciplinary Approach
CHIN 346: History as Fiction or Fiction as History? Early Chinese History in Film and Literature
CHIN 354: Chinese Culture through Calligraphy
CHIN 356: Chinese Environmental Literature
CHIN 361: Chinese Traditional Theater
CHIN 367: Illustration and the Animation of Text
CHIN 463: Narrative Ethics in Modern China
CHIN 464: The City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film
CHIN 531: The Chinese Zither in Poetry and Painting
CHIN 551: Chinese Poetry in Translation
CHIN 552: Topics in Chinese Prose
CHIN 562: Contemporary Chinese Urban Culture and Arts
CHIN 563: Post-Mao Chinese Literature in Translation

No more than one first-year seminar may be counted toward the minor.

Placement credit (PL) may not be used to meet minor requirements.