Chinese Program

Saint Johns University
New York, United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
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Intakes
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Total tuition fee (local)
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Total tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

An application is not complete until we have received the below items:

  • Application for Admission and Scholarships

Prospective first-year and transfer students who are U.S. citizens may apply for admission using either the CSB/SJU GET INspired Application or The Common Application.

  • Writing Sample

Submit a writing sample on a topic of your choice or a previously written paper. It should be one to two pages in length, typed and double-spaced.

  • Official Transcript
  • Official ACT/SAT results
  • Official ACT/SAT results
  • Teacher Evaluation

The evaluation should be from a teacher from one of your core academic courses (English, math, science, or social science). Only one evaluation is required, but you may submit more than one

 

Curriculum

The following courses serve to fulfill the global language requirement :

  • Chinese 111 (Elementary Chinese I)
  • Chinese 112 (Elementary Chinese II)
  • Chinese 211 (Intermediate Chinese I)

We also offer the following upper division classes:

  • CHIN 212 (Intermediate Chinese II)
  • CHIN 311 (Chinese Conversation/Composition I)
  • CHIN 312 (Chinese Conversation/Composition II)
  • MCLT 315: Chinese Literature in Translation
    Fulfills humanities, intercultural and gender requirements of the common curriculum, and counts toward the Chinese minor (through the MCL Department), Asian Studies major and minor (through the Asian Studies Program)
  • GEND 290B Chinese Women in Literature
    Fulfills humanities, intercultural and gender requirements of the common curriculum. Also counts toward the Chinese minor (through the MCL Department), Asian Studies major and minor (through the Asian Studies Program), and Gender Studies major and minor (through the Gender Studies Program)

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