Chinese Language Courses {CHIN}

Penn Chinese Program offers Chinese courses from introductory through advanced levels. Besides Mandarin Chinese, the program also teaches some Chinese dialects, i.e. Cantonese, Shanghaiese, and Taiwanese on a regular basis. The language courses also improve students’ understanding of Chinese culture, history, and society. The size of the classes is small which makes it easier to learn and students receive a lot of attention in the class.

Students may contact appropriate course coordinators regarding course prerequisites, textbooks, objectives and methodology. The e-mail addresses and names of course coordinators are given below.

CHIN 011, 012 Dr. Maiheng Dietrich
CHIN 021, 022 Ms. Ya-ching Hsu
CHIN 031, 032 Ms. Grace Wu
CHIN 111, 112 Mr. Chih-jen Lee
CHIN 211, 212 Dr. Ye Tian
CHIN 231, 232 Ms. Grace Wu
CHIN 311, 312 Dr. Jiajia Wang
CHIN 371, 372 Dr. Ye Tian
CHIN 381, 382 Dr. Jiajia Wang
CHIN 411, 412 Dr. Maiheng Dietrich
CHIN 481, 482 Dr. Mien-hwa Chiang

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Note: If you feel there are circumstances such as gaps in your Chinese learning experience, choice of Chinese character form, significant “imbalance” in your language skills or learning difficulty, consult the coordinator of the Chinese Language Program.

To view all the Chinese language courses please visit:

http://www.upenn.edu/registrar/register/chin.html

To view all the General Education courses and East Asian Non-Language Courses in Literature, History and Culture offered in the EALC, please visit:

http://www.upenn.edu/registrar/register/ealc.html