STDABRD 250 - Beijing Intensive Language Studies
Section: 204
Term: SU 2009
Subject: Study Abroad (STDABRD)
Department: LSA Global and Intercultural Study
Credits:
9
Advisory Prerequisites:
Sophomores and above with 3.0 overall GPA and at least 1-year of Chinese completed pre-departure with minimum grade of B.
Other Course Info:
(Beijing, China). Su.
Repeatability:
May be repeated for credit.

The program provides students with in-depth and intensive coursework in Chinese language instruction, drill work, and conversation practice. A core course gives equal emphasis to the four main language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening while focusing on a different topic of study each week. Students can expect to complete one year of Chinese during the 8-week course.

The Beijing Chinese Language program offers students an intense language immersion program, where they can complete one year of language instruction in eight weeks. Classes are conducted with other foreign students from a wide variety of language levels (from first-year to advanced). Students live and study at the Beijing Institute of Education. Learning opportunities are enhanced through optional Chinese roommates, full-time language pledge, and 18 hours per week of language instruction. Standard Mandarin is taught with simplified characters. Classroom work is supplemented with excursions around Beijing to historical and cultural sites.

Intended audience: LSA undergraduates (sophomores and above) with at least one year of university-level Chinese completed pre-departure. Designed for students with a concentration in Asian Languages & Cultures and interest in Chinese language.

Course Requirements: Exams and oral presentations.

Class Format: Language classes and faculty-led site visits tied to specific classes.

STDABRD 250 - Beijing Intensive Language Studies
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