Chinese Program

The Chinese Program at Framingham State University is a vibrant program of language and FSU Chinese Program Titleculture. It emphasizes the significance of language study as the building block for further work, and aims to prepare students to become global citizens, connect with the community, and foster the atmosphere of cultural diversity both on campus and in the community. The program offers a minor in Chinese, and the plan of a Chinese concentration under Modern Languages Major is being formulated.

Courses and Curriculum Requirements

The Chinese Program offers a full range of language courses at the elementary, intermediate and advanced levels. See the Course Descriptions, and the current course offerings.

The Chinese Minor requires (at least) five courses from the course list.

  • Recommended coursework:
    • MLCH 171 Elementary Chinese I (Gen. Ed. Domain 1-C)
    • MLCH 172 Elementary Chinese II (Gen. Ed. Domain 1-C)
    • MLCH 271 Intermediate Chinese I (Gen. Ed. Domain 1-C)
    • MLCH 272 Intermediate Chinese II (Gen. Ed. Domain 1-C)
  • Additional coursework:
    • MLCH 118 Chinese Writing System and Calligraphy (New Gen. Ed. course, Fall 2014)
    • MLCH 371 Advanced Chinese: Composition and Conversation I
    • MLCH 372 Advanced Chinese: Composition and Conversation II

Please consult the World Languages Department for the offering of other electives that count towards the Chinese minor.

Students' calligraphic works for the 2014 Lunar New Year

"Happy New Year"

calligraphy-pan

"Congratulations and Be Prosperous"

calligraphy-pu

"Have More Than You Need Every Year"

calligraphy-su

"Have More Than You Need Every Year"

calligraphy-han

"Happy New Year"

calligraphy-feng

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