Chinese Language and Culture Advising

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**The Business Chinese Language and Culture program is no longer accepting new students. It has been replaced by Business Language and Culture .**

Nearly 90 percent of surveyed executive recruiters believe bilingualism is critical to global business success, according to the Korn/Ferry International Executive Recruiter Index. The W. P. Carey business degree in Chinese language and culture prepares you to lead on a global scale with expertise in Mandarin Chinese — the most spoken language in the world. You’ll graduate ready to capitalize on demand for Mandarin-speaking business professionals in a range of industries worldwide.

Major Requirements

The business degree in Chinese language and culture requires 32 credit hours within the concentration area. Native speakers please refer to major map for course requirements and recommended electives.

Sequencing
CHI 202CHI 301CHI 302CHI 401CHI 402CHI 407CHI 408

Chinese Language & Culture Degree Courses

CHI 202  Second-Year Chinese II
CHI 301  Third-Year Chinese I
CHI 302  Third-Year Chinese II
CHI 401  Fourth-Year Chinese I
CHI 402  Fourth-Year Chinese II
CHI 407  Chinese for Academic and Professional Purposes I
CHI 408  Chinese for Academic and Professional Purposes II
MGT 459  International Management (G)

Advising

Chinese language and culture major advising is available on the Tempe campus.  If you would like to schedule an advising appointment but are located on a different campus, you are welcome to schedule a phone advising appointment, meet with the concentration advisor at the Tempe campus, or meet with a W. P. Carey advisor located on your home campus. Appointments may be scheduled online using Advising SOS.

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