Courses For Spring 2015

Chinese History Courses

HIST 432. Topics in World History: China and the World

This course will explore the relationship of China with the rest of the world, including with East Asia, Africa, Europe, and the U.S.

This course will use films to help understand Chinese history, covering Chinese history from the early imperial period up to the present.

TSU Course Catalogue listings

  • Topics in World History - HIST 432 - 01, CRN 21297, Tuesdays 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm (classroom TBA).

Chinese Language Courses

Elementary Chinese I

We offer three sections of Elementary Chinese I for students interested in learning and applying Mandarin Chinese. Students that are registered for at least one semester of the Chinese language courses will be given priority to participate in the summer trip to China in 2015.

TSU Course Catalogue listings

  • Elementary Chinese I - CHNS 131 - 01 MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am, M.L.K. Center 311
  • Elementary Chinese I - CHNS 131 - 02 MWF 10:00 am - 10:50 am, M.L.K. Center 311

Elementary Chinese II

We offer one section of Elementary Chinese II for students interested in advancing their Mandarin Chinese skills to an intermediate level. For students that have not taken Elementary Chinese I, but possess a background in basic Chinese language training, we will provide a placement exam to assess their skills and level of Chinese fluency.

TSU Course Catalogue listings

  • Elementary Chinese II - CHNS 132 - 01, MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 pm, M.L.K. Center 311

Intermediate Chinese I

Intermediate Chinese course, continues on building vocabulary, structure, and cultural information, with strengthened skills of comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing, with practice on correct use of language via composition and presentation.

TSU Course Catalogue listings

  • Intermediate Chinese I - CHNS 231 - 02, MWF 01:00 pm - 01:50 pm, M.L.K. Center 311
  • Intermediate Chinese I - CHNS 232 - 01, MWF 01:00 pm - 01:50 pm, M.L.K. Center 311

Chinese Language Courses through the College of Continuing Education

Elementary Chinese

We offer a non-credit Elementary Chinese course designed for working professionals interested in learning and applying conversational Chinese in a business environment. There will be a strong focus on business etiquette, language and culture.

Intermediate Chinese

We offer an Intermediate Chinese course for working professionals interested in acquiring more Chinese vocabulary, practicing their ability to comprehend, using more advanced level Chinese and exploring aspects of Chinese culture and systems pertaining to their professional interests.

TSU Course Catalogue listings

  • Elementary Chinese - Weekday Evenings, Dates and Times TBD, M.L.K. Center 302
  • Intermediate Chinese - Weekday Evenings, Dates and Times TBD, M.L.K. Center 302
  • For more informati on about any of the courses, please call (713) 313-5662 or email Chamblissbd@tsu.edu.