The Chinese program is designed to prepare students to successfully communicate and interact in Chinese-speaking cultures and communities. Students will develop their language skills, cultural awareness and knowledge through introductory, intermediate, and advanced language courses.
Beyond the Classroom
Students have a wide array of opportunities for research, internships, conferences, and networking beyond the classroom that give them an advantage to prepare for life after W&J.
- Semester-long stays in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Qingdao in China
- Summer Magellan projects in China
- Apply for Fulbright program to teach in Taiwan
Students have opportunities to conduct field research in China paid for by the 4-year implementation of a Luce foundation grant.
To qualify, students must take at least two semesters of Chinese language courses. Student projects focus on areas related to environmental issues. For details see: washjeff.edu/wj-liase-grant
Translator, linguist, teacher, journalist, diplomat law enforcement, government agencies, international law, banking, patent attorney, international science researcher, and more
Han Ye, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chinese