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The USF Department of World Languages offers Concentration in Chinese and a Chinese Minor.  Click here for more information. 

CHI 1120 Modern Chinese I (4) AS WLE
Mandarin. An intensive study of basic skills: pronunciation, listening, comprehension, speaking, and some composition.

CHI 1121 Modern Chinese II (4) AS WLE
Mandarin. PR: CHI 1120 or equivalent. A continuation of CHI 1120. More sophisticated oral/aural skills are attained. Basic reading skills are acquired.

CHI 2220 Modern Chinese III (4) AS WLE
PR: CHI 1121 or the equivalent. For language students who intend to attain basic proficiency.

CHI 2221 Modern Chinese IV (4) AS WLE
PR: CHI 2220 or the equivalent. Continuation of CHI 2220. Practice of writing, speaking and listening skills for language students who intend to attain basic proficiency.

CHI 3241 Chinese Conversation I (3) AS WLE
CHI 3241 is the first of a two-course sequence in advanced spoken Mandarin Chinese at the third-year level. Particular emphasis is placed on student performance in commonly encountered contexts in Chinese culture, both formal and informal.

CHI 3242 Chinese Conversation II (3) AS WLE
CHI 3242 is the second of a two-course sequence in advanced spoken Mandarin Chinese at the third-year level. Particular emphasis is placed on student performance in commonly encountered contexts in Chinese culture, both formal and informal.

CHI 4443 Networking in China & America (3) AS WLE
PR: CHI 2221 and permission of the instructor required. Intensive study of Chinese language and culture at the upper division. Focus on interaction skills necessary to interact in business and professional settings.