You want to improve your career chances?
Choose a Minor in Chinese Studies! It goes with any other Major.
More and more employers have contacts with China. Utah's exports are growing.
Stand out from the mass of applicants with a qualification in Chinese and on China!
This program prepares you for career paths, that require a global perspective with a focus on China, including working in Utah companies with links to China, in international organizations, in trade, tourism, and in international companies and organizations in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore or in Overseas Chinese communities. Become a China expert in business, politics, economics, international trade, public relations, media and film industry, human rights advocacy, or do graduate work in international studies, economics, political science, history, or communication.
The careers are numerous, just to name typical ones: managers and executives in companies or organizations with a relation to China, expatriates, quality control managers, teachers, heads of joint ventures, software and web developers, tour guides.
In this Minor, you learn to understand China, you even learn Chinese up to the 2000 or 3000 level. If you already know Chinese, you can use these language course credits or you can transform your knowledge level into course credits.
The study program is extremely interesting due to the numerous differences between the Chinese culture and the US culture, the possibilities to go to China for a summer or a term, to make an internship, to participate in research and China activities like the Chinese Lunch and other China related events at UVU.
Please visit the study advisors Sarah Lindsey, 801-863-8047, email SarahL@uvu.edu or Lynne Hetzel, 801-863-8455, email email@example.com, websites: http://www.uvu.edu/lang/Advisement/index.html, office LA 013 and http://www.uvu.edu/idst/Advising/advising.html, office LI 507.
- Minor in Chinese Studies : (CHIN 1010, CHIN 1020, core: CHIN 3510, CHST 200G, electives: CHIN 2020, CHST 362G, CHST 363G, CHST 373G, CHST 375G, CHST 416G, CHST 490R , CHST 481R ) study advisor Sarah Lindsey, 801-863-8047, email SarahL@uvu.edu or Lynne Hetzel, 801-863-8455, email IS_advising@uvu.edu . Websites: http://www.uvu.edu/lang/Advisement/index.html, o ffice LA-013 and http://www.uvu.edu/idst/Advising/advising.html, office LI 507
Link to courses
Other China-related study programs at UVU
- Chinese Studies Emphasis in Integrated Studies : (CHST 200G, CHIN 2010, 12 cr from any of the following: CHIN 202G, CHIN 3510, CHST 362G, CHST 363G, CHST 373G, CHST 375G, CHST 416G, HIST 3610, POLS 3600, CHST 490R , CHST 481R ). Study advisor Lynne Hetzel, 801-863-8455, email IS_advising@uvu.edu . Website: http://www.uvu.edu/idst/Advising/advising.html, office LI 507.
- Chinese as selection of International Emphasis of Bachelor of Science in Business Management, contact David McArthur
- Minor in Chinese Language
One of two
Minors in Languages
This minor can be earned in conjunction with any Bachelor degree major that UVU offers. It requires 9 cr upper division course work in one language and 11 cr of intermediate level course work in another language (prerequisites will vary from student to student), contact Alex Yuan.