Bachelor of Arts in Chinese (Asian Studies)

With its rapid economic growth, the world's largest population, and its rich cultural traditions, China plays an important role in today's world. While traditional arts such as tea ceremony, gardening, and architecture have made a strong impact on Western and other cultures, new trends in film, design, and manufacturing continue to influence global culture.

Students with a Chinese major can pursue careers in the foreign service, government and other organizations, serve as a consultant or analyst in corporations doing business with China, or teach English in China. 

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