Courses in Chinese that Qualify for the Miami Plan

Chinese Dragon Dancers Chinese Dragon Dancers
The Forbidden City The Forbidden City
 The Great Wall of China  The Great Wall of China
 Red Lanterns  Red Lanterns
 Chinese New Year Decorations  Chinese New Year Decorations
 Chinese Great Panda  Chinese Great Panda
Shanghai Cityscape Shanghai Cityscape
 Tianjin Library Interior  Tianjin Library Interior
 Xian Terra Cotta Warriors  Xian Terra Cotta Warriors
 Yunnan With Mountains in the Background  Yunnan With Mountains in the Background

CAS-A Requirement:

CHI 101 - Elementary Chinese I (4)
CHI 102 - Elementary Chinese II (4)
CHI 201 - Intermediate Chinese I (3)
CHI 202 - Intermediate Chinese II (3)

CAS-B Requirement:

CHI 251 - Chinese Literature to 1800 in English Translation (3)
CHI 252 - Modern Chinese Literature in English Translation (3)
CHI 255 - Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)

Foundation IIB (Humanities):

CHI 251 - Chinese Literature to 1800 in English Translation (3)
CHI 252 - Modern Chinese Literature in English Translation (3)
CHI 255 - Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)

Cultural Perspective:

CHI 251 - Chinese Literature to 1800 in English Translation (3)
CHI 252 - Modern Chinese Literature in English Translation (3)
CHI 255 - Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)

Thematic Sequences:

The Chinese minor counts as a thematic sequence.

CHI 1:  Developing Language Skills in Chinese.

For students who have completed the first two semesters of college-level Chinese language or the equivalent. This sequence develops speaking, listening, reading and writing ability using a variety of materials drawn from textbooks as well as multimedia. The courses are characterized by small sections and in-class and out-of-class interaction. Courses may not be taken credit/no credit and must be taken in order.

CHI 201 - Intermediate Chinese I (3)
CHI 202 - Intermediate Chinese II (3)
CHI 301 - Third Year Chinese I (3)