INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE STUDIES - CHINESE

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Workforce Development Certificate

Certificate Program Description:
This program provides an in-depth study of the spoken and written language and prepares students to use the chosen language as a career skill.
 The courses are designed to emphasize acquisition of competency sufficient to communicate orally and in writing with a native speaker of the 
target language on a professional or work-related basis. TCC instructional methods infuse technology into the learning process, which increases
 access to resources for the language. Graduates find a variety of positions with government or social organizations and firms involved with 
speakers of the target language (translating, interpreting, investments, accounting, banking, education, publishing, manufacturing, sales, service,
 and travel).

 

Degree Awarded: Certificate of Achievement

 

Chinese 12 hours
CHNS 1103 Chinese I
*CHNS 1213 Chinese II
*CHNS 1313 Chinese III
*CHNS 1413 Chinese IV

 

Controlled Electives 8 hours
CHNS 1001 Chinese for Communication I
CHNS 1031 Chinese Pronunciation
*CHNS 1201 Chinese for Communication II
CHNS 2033 Chinese Literature in Translation
CHNS 2041 Chinese-Introduction to the Arts
CHNS 2071 Chinese History and Geography Introduction
*CHNS 2113 Intermediate Chinese l
*CHNS 2121 Intermediate Chinese Communication
CHNS 2143 Asian Civilization and Culture
*CHNS 2213 Intermediate Chinese II
*CHNS 2331-3 Chinese International Seminar and/or Field Studies
CHNS 2421 Chinese Culture Comparisons
ASNS 1103 Asian Philosophy and Culture
ASNS 2693 Asian Literature in Translation

 

NOTE: One alternate language, 1-3 credit hours, may be
 substituted if necessary to complete the required total credit hours
 for Controlled Electives. Select from Arabic, French, German,
Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian or
 Spanish.

Total Credit Hours: 20
*Course has prerequisite (See course description section of catalog).

 

General education requirements can be found at: www.tulsacc.edu/gened.

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