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Chinese Studies: Study Chinese at CSULB

This LibGuide provides information for college students who have interests in Chinese language, culture and news.

Chinese Study Online

First created November 1997 by Dr. Tianwei Xie, Learning Chinese Online has assisted millions of Internet visitors locate the latest Chinese learning resources. Dr. Xie is retired now but this site will remain and will be owned and managed by the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies at California State University, Long Beach.

Visit the Chinese Studies Program in the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies at California State University, Long Beach.

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Courses-Chinese Studies AT CSULB

101. Fundamentals of Chinese (4)

Prerequisites: One GE Foundation course which may be taken concurrently, or formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for CHIN 101. 
Introduction to pronunciation, reading, writing, conversation, and grammar. 
Students with previous training or native speakers of Chinese may not enroll.

102. Fundamentals of Chinese (4)

Prerequisites: One GE Foundation course which may be taken concurrently, or formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for advanced study in Chinese. 
Introduction to pronunciation, reading, writing, conversation, and grammar.
Students with previous training or native speakers of Chinese may not enroll.

201. Intermediate Chinese (4)

Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements, or formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for advanced study in Chinese. 
Continuation of first year Chinese. Further development of syntax, grammar and sentence patterns, reading, writing and conversation. 
Students with previous training or native speakers of Chinese may not enroll.

202. Intermediate Chinese (4)

Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements, or formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for advanced study in Chinese. 
Continuation of first year Chinese. Further development of syntax, grammar and sentence patterns, reading, writing and conversation. 
Students with previous training or native speakers of Chinese may not enroll.