The Mandarin Chinese Language minor prepares students for intermediate proficiency in the languages defined by the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages and the Interagency Language Roundtable. A student can earn this minor by successfully completing 18 credit hours as follows:
|LCH 101||Mandarin Chinese I||3|
|LCH 102||Mandarin Chinese II||3|
|LCH 201||Mandarin Chinese III||3|
|LCH 202||Mandarin Chinese IV||3|
|LCH 301||Intermediate Mandarin Chinese I||3|
|LCH 302||Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II||3|
A student may also earn this minor by successfully passing Embry-Riddle course equivalency tests for up to 12 credits and earning 6 upper-level credits from the list above. At the discretion of the Foreign Languages Coordinator or the Department Chair, LCH199 or LCH399 earned during study abroad may be used to substitute for select classes.
Note: This minor is not open to native speakers of Chinese or students in the GSIS Chinese track.