Courses

The Chinese Studies Program, through various departments and other programs, offers a variety of courses to students that wish to deepen their understanding of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, etc.  Besides the study of Chinese history, politics, economics and society, there are also courses that allow students to build their Chinese Language skills.  Additionally,  courses that touch upon the visual arts and cultural aspects are also available to accommodate students on a wide range of interests.

  • Fall 2014 Non-Language Courses
  • Summer 2014 Non-Language Courses (see below)  CHIN Language Courses
  • Spring 2014 Non-Language Courses (see below)
  • Winter 2014 Non-Language Courses (see below)
  • Fall 2013 Non-Language Courses (see below)

Fall 2014 Non-Language Courses

For CHIN Language Course Offerings, use UCSD Schedule of Classes.

The following is a list that shows what courses are being offered by various departments at UCSD. These listed courses may be applied towards a Chinese Studies B.A. and minor. Read the information carefully as some courses may only qualify for the minor or may have special requirements. The Chinese Studies Program CANNOT AUTHORIZE you for any of the courses listed below. Contact the home department that offers the couse via email or Virtual Advising Center for approval requirements, prerequisite information or authorization. Always use UCSD Schedule of Classes to confirm times/dates/locations and to enroll.

Course Name
Section
ID
UD/LD
(Units)
Days
Time
Faculty
Location
Notes
HIEA122 Late Imperial
Chinese Culture & Society
818572
UD
(4.0)
MWF
LEC.
1200-1250p
Schneewind
sschneewind@ucsd.edu
SOLIS
111
You must enroll via WebReg
HIEA 140 China
Contemporary the World
818573
UD
(4.0)
MW
500-620p
Gerth
kgerth@ucsd.edu
CSB
004
You must enroll via WebReg
HIEA 168 Seminar in Classical & Medieval Chinese History
818574
SE
(4.0)
Wed 300-550p Cahill
suzannecahill@gmail.com
HSS
3086
Contact the Dept. of History for approval via
Virtual Advising
HIGR 217A Graduate Seminar
in China before Buddhism
818583
Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
Th
1200-250p
Schneewind
sschneewind@ucsd.edu
HSS
3086
Contact the Dept. of History for approval via
Virtual Advising
HIGR 210 Graduate Seminar
in Modern Chinese History
818582
Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
M
900-1150p
Gerth
kgerth@ucsd.edu
HSS
3086
Contact the Dept. of History for approval via
Virtual Advising
POLI 113A East Asian Thought a Comparative Prospective
818541
UD
(4.0)
MWF
1200-1250p
Magagna
PRICE
THEATER
Contact the Dept. of Poli Sci. for approval via
Virtual Advising
POLI 113A East Asian Thought a Comparative Prospective 822300
UD
(4.0)
MWF
900-1050a
Magagna PRICE
THEATER
Contact the Dept. of Poli Sci. for approval via
Virtual Advising
LTEA 110C Contemporary Chinese Fiction in Translation 822338
UD
(4.0)
MWF
1200-1250p
staff
WLH
2114
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
MED 253 Medicne Seminar
in Medical Chinese
821558
Grad
SE
(1.0)
TBA
TBA
Dong
h2dong@ucsd.edu

CSB
004
Contact Prof.
Hui Dong via email for more information. This course may be by invitation only
.
IRGN 486 Graduate Seminar
in Economic & Social Development in China
813392

Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
MW
500-620p
Naughton
bnaughton@ucsd.edu
RBC
GARDEN
Prof. Naughton's
approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
IRGN 490 Graduate Seminar in International Pacific Affairs: Chinese Sources on Chinese Politics & Economics
813396
Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
TuTh
200-320p
Shih
vcshih@ucsd.edu

RBC
3202
Prof. Shih's
approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.

Special Enrollment Instructions for:

  • HIEA 140 China in the Contemporary World is a new upper-division course taught by Professor Karl Gerth. Please bring a syllabus for this course to HSS 3086. Chinese Studies majors and minors will need to submit a Student Petition requesting to include HIEA 140 as a non-language upper-division Chinese studies elective. 
  • HIEA 168 Clasical & Medieval Chinese History is a SEMINAR with limited spaces. One seminar is required for a Chinese Studies major. You need to request permission to the instructor and historyundergrad@ucsd.edu to be authorized to enroll. In your email to Professor Cahill (suzannecahill@gmail.com) explaining why you would be a good participant in this seminar/research course in Chinese history. Be sure to include your name, PID# and reason you wish to enroll.
  • POLI 113A East Asian Thought a Comparative Prospective is a course offered by the Department of Political Science. If you have difficulty enrolling via WebReg, you will need to contact the Department of Political Science via Virtual Advising Center for permission to enroll.
  • HIGR 210 is a graduate level courses offered by Professor Karl Gerth from the Department of History. Contact the professor at kgerth@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves per an email message, contact the department via Virtual Advising Center to get authorized to enroll. Please note that the instructor can decline your request.
  • HIGR 217A is a graduate level courses offered by Professor Sarah Schneewind from the Department of History. Contact the professor at sschneewind@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves per an email message, contact the department via Virtual Advising Center to get authorized to enroll. Please note that the instructor can decline your request.
  • MED 253 Medical Chinese is a School of Medicine graduate level course offered by Professor Hui Dong. Contact the professor, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced one unit seminar course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to the SOM Student Advising for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. Please note that the instructor or the School of Medicine can decline your request.
  • IRGN 486 is a graduate level course offered by Professor Barry Naughton at IR/PS. Contact the professor via email at bnaughton@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.
  • IRGN 490 is a graduate level course offered by Professor Shih at IR/PS. Contact the professor via email at vcshih@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.

Summer 2014 CHIN Language Courses

Learn One Full Year of Chinese in Just 9 Weeks at UCSD During Special Summer Session 2014

This summer Shannon Xiaoguang Shi will be offering CHIN 10AN, CHIN 10BN and CHIN 10CN during Special Summer Session starting on June 30th. Or if you qualify, you may take CHIN 20AM for 3 weeks with Qian He.

To enroll visit UCSD Schedule of Classes or use WebReg.

You will need to take a short and informal placement interview to find out which is the best CHIN course for you.  See Chinese Studies Placement Interview Information and complete interviews on either Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays during instructor office hours during spring quarter.

Section CHIN Course Title Units Instructor Session Type Time
810973 10AN First Year Chinese
for Non-Natives I
5 Shi, Xiaoguang
CHIN 10AN

Shi, Xiaoguang
CHIN 10BN

Shi, Xiaoguang
CHIN 10CN
June 30
- July 19
Lecture and Section Monday - Friday
5:00pm-8:50pm
 810975 10BN First Year Chinese
for Non-Natives II
5 July 21 - August 9
810984 10CN First Year Chinese
for Non-Natives III
5 August 11 - August 31
810986 20AN Second Year Chinese
for Non-Natives I
4 CHIN 20ANJuly 1-20 Lecture and Section Monday - Friday 5:30pm-9:30pm

Summer 2014 Non-Language Courses

The following is a list that shows what courses are being offered by various departments at UCSD during Summer
Session 1 and Summer Session 2. These listed courses may be applied towards a Chinese Studies B.A., minor or a college requirement (see your college advisor).
 
Read the information carefully as some courses may only qualify for the minor or have special requirements. The Chinese Studies Program cannot authorize you for any of the courses.  Please contact the home department via email or Virtual Advising Center or email for approval requirements, prerequisite information or authorization. All courses are 4 units and upper-division unless otherwise noted. Always use UCSD Schedule of Classes to confirm times/dates/locations and Tritonlink Webreg to enroll.


Course Name
Section ID Session
Faculty
Days
Time
Location
Notes
Summer Session I 2014 June 30, 2014 - August 2, 2014
POLI 113A East Asian Thought from a
Comparative Perspective
812709
1
Magagna
MW
1100-150p
PCYNH
106
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
Must be petitioned.
HIEA 131 China War &
Revolution 1911-1949
812514 1 staff
MW
200-450p
HSS
1138
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
LTEA 120A Chinese Film 812549
1
Zhang
MW
1100-150p
WLH
2204
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
VIS 105D Aesthetics of
Chinese Calligraphy
812803
1 Li
MTuWTh 1230-150p
MANDE
B-104
Contact the Dept. of VIS ARTS for approval via Virtual Advising Center
Summer Session II 2014: August 4, 2014 - September 6, 2014
HIEA 126 The Silk Road 813091
2 staff MW
1100-150p
HSS 1128A
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
or contact the
Dept. of History
HIEA 128 History of
Material Culture in China
813092  2 staff TuTh 500-750p
SOLIS
109

Special Instructions for summer courses

  • HIEA 126, HIEA 128 & HIEA 131 You may need to request permission from Professor Suzanne Cahill (SuzanneCahill@gmail.com) and the Department of History (historyundergrad@ucsd.edu) to enroll in these courses.
  • POLI 113A East Asian Thought from a Comparative Perspective is only applicable to a Chinese Studies major or minor when you submit a student petition. Please bring a syllabus to HSS 3084 to petition this course.


Spring 2014 Non-Language Courses


For CHIN Language Course offerings, use UCSD Schedule of Classes

The following is a list that shows what courses are being offered by various departments at UCSD. These listed courses may be applied towards a Chinese Studies B.A. and minor. Read the information carefully as some courses may only qualify for the minor or may have special requirements. The Chinese Studies Program CANNOT AUTHORIZE you for any of the courses listed below, contact the home department via email or Virtual Advising Center for approval requirements, prerequisite information or authorization. Always use UCSD Schedule of Classes to confirm times/dates/locations and to enroll.

Course Name
Section
ID
UD/LD
(Units)
Days
Time
Faculty
Location
Notes
HILD 12 Twentieth-Century
East Asia
SEE
TRITONLINK
LD
(4.0)
MWF
LEC.
100-150p
Henry
tahenry@ucsd.edu
PCYNH
109
You must enroll in
a section via
WebReg
MUS 13AS World Music
of Asian & Oceania
SEE
TRITONLINK
LD
(4.0)
TuTh
930-1050a
staff
WLH
2005
You must enroll in
a section via
WebReg
TWS 23 Third World Studies
Contemporary Chinese Lit.
SEE
TRITONLINK
LD
(4.0)
TuTh 930-1050a Zhang
yinzhang@ucsd.edu

CENTER
212
You must enroll in
a section via
WebReg
POLI 113C Chinese &
Japanese Political Thought
802559
UD
(4.0)
M
500-750p
Hoston
ghoston@ucsd.edu
YORK
4080A
Contact the Dept. of Poli Sci. for approval via
Virtual Advising
POLI 130B Politics of the People’s Republic of China 809879
UD
(4.0)
MWF
100-150p
Gueorguiev
dgueorgu@ucsd.edu
TBD
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
LTCH 101 Readings in Contemporary Chinese Lit.
(in English & Mandarin)
803878
UD
(4.0)
MWF
300-350p
Liao
piliao@ucsd.edu

CSB
004
Contact the Dept. of Literature for approval via
Virtual Advising Center
LTEA 110C Contemporary Chinese Fiction in Translation
803888
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
1230-150p
Chau
acchau@ucsd.edu
PCNYH
121
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
VIS 105E Chinese Calligraphy
as an Instillation
807580
UD
(4.0)
Tu
330-620p
Li
h3li@ucsd.edu
MANDE
2111
Contact the Dept. of Visual Arts for approval via
Virtual Advising
HIEA 128 History of Material Culture in China
807357
UD
(4.0)
MWF
1200-1250p
Cahill
suzannecahill@gmail.com
WLH 2207
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
HIEA 132 History of the People's Republic of China
807358
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
200-320p
Pickowicz
bikewei@ucsd.edu
HSS 1330
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
HIEA 135 Thought & Religion
in China: Buddhism
807359
UD
(4.0)
MW
500-620p
Cahill
suzannecahill@gmail.com

CENTER
105
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
HIEA 138 Women and the Chinese Revolution 807360
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
1230-150p
Lu
w1lu@ucsd.edu


CENTER
222
SPACES enroll
via WebReg
HIEA 140 China in the
Contemporary World
810585
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
930-10:50a
Gerth
kgerth@ucsd.edu
WLH
212

New course needs to be petitioned.
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg
IRGN 490 International Pacific
Affairs: Financing the Chinese Economic Miracle
806358

Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
TuTh
330-450p
Shih
RBC 1428
Prof. Shih's
approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
IRGN 460 Economic & Social Development in China
806427
Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
MW
1100-1220p
Naughton
bnaughton@ucsd.edu
RBC
GARDEN
Prof. Naughton's
approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
IRGN 403 The Rise of China
806334
Grad
Lec.
(4.0)
TuTh
200-320p
Cheung
RBC
3201
Prof. Cheung's
approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
ANTH 87 B00 Chinese
Tales & Values
801549
LD Seminar
(1.0)
TBD
TBD
Jordan
dkjordan@ucsd.edu

TBD
Freshman Seminar SPACES enroll
via WebReg

ANTH 87 A00 Taiwan
801548
LD Seminar
(1.0)
TBD
TBD
Jordan
dkjordan@ucsd.edu
TBD
Freshman Seminar SPACES enroll
via WebReg

Special Enrollment Instructions for:

  • HILD 12 is a lower-division East Asian history course that is required for a Chinese Studies major and optional for a minor. Please note that the Department of History may not offer this course next academic (2014-15) so do not delay in completing this requirement. Use WebReg to enroll yourself in an of the six available sections and you will automatically be enrolled in the lecture on MWF with Professor Henry.
  • LTCH 101 Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature is a course in English and Mandarin. You will need to contact the Department of Literature via Virtual Advising Center for permission to enroll. A student needs to be proficient in Mandarin to at least the 4th grade level.
  • HIEA 140 China in the Contemporary World is a new upper-division course taught by Professor Karl Gerth. Please bring a syllabus for this course and fill out a student petition requesting to include HIEA 140 as a non-language upper-division Chinese studies elective.
  • VIS 105E Chinese Calligraphy as an Instillation, Contact the Dept. of VIS ARTS for approval via Virtual Advising Center permission to enroll and override any prerequisite. 
  • The ANTH 87 courses are Freshman seminars and will earn you one unit. To learn more go to  http://ugseminars.ucsd.edu/UGSEM_SeminarListing.asp
  • IRGN 490 is a graduate level course offered by a professor at IR/PS. Contact the professor, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.
  • IRGN 460 is a graduate level course offered by Professor Barry Naughton at IR/PS. Contact the professor via email at bnaughton@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.
  • IRGN 403 is a graduate level courses offered by Professor Taiming Cheungat IR/PS. Contact the professor, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.


Winter 2014 Non-Language Courses

For CHIN Language Course offerings, use UCSD Schedule of Classes

The following is a list that shows what courses are being offered by various departments at UCSD. These listed courses may be applied towards a Chinese Studies B.A. and minor. Read the information carefully as some courses may only qualify for the minor or may have special requirements. The Chinese Studies Program CANNOT AUTHORIZE you for any of the courses listed below, contact the home department via email or Virtual Advising Center for approval requirements, prerequisite information or authorization. Always use UCSD Schedule of Classes to confirm times/dates/locations and to enroll.

Course Name
Section
ID
UD/LD
(Units)
Days
Time
Faculty
Location
Notes
HILD 11 East Asia & the West,1279-1911
SEE
TRITONLINK
LD
(4.0)
MWF
LEC.
1200-1250p
Schneewind
sschneewind@ucsd.edu
HSS
1330

You must enroll in
a section via
WebReg

HIEA 133 20th Century China/Cultural History
795287
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
500-750p
Pickowicz
bikewei@ucsd.edu

PCYNH
121
 
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg

HIEA 136 Thought & Religion
in China: Daoism
795288
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
330-450p Cahill
scahill@ucsd.edu

PETER 103
 
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg

HIEA 137 Women &
Family in Chinese History
795289
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
1100-1220p
Lu
w1lu@ucsd.edu
WLH
2111


SPACES
enroll
via WebReg

HIEA 171 Society & Culture
in Premodern China
795291
UD
Seminar
(4.0)
Thurs.
230-530p
Lu
w1lu@ucsd.edu
HSS
3086
This 4 unit seminar
& is a
requirement for Chinese Studies major.
Email your PID# to
w1lu@ucsd.edu

for permission to enroll.

LTCH 101 
Readings in Contemporary Chinese Lit.

791688
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
200-320p
Chau
acchau@ucsd.edu

WLH
2113

Contact the Dept. of Literature for approval via
Virtual Advising Center

LTEA 110A Classical Chinese Fiction in Translation
791697
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
330-450p
Liao
piliao@ucsd.edu

PCYNH
120
 SPACES enroll
via WebReg

MUS 111
World Music Traditions: Chinese Opera
801273
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
1100-1220p
Guy
nguy@ucsd.edu
WLH
2154
 
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg


POLI 113B
Chinese &
Japanese Political Thought
796016
UD
(4.0)
M
500-750p
Hoston
ghoston@ucsd.edu

PCYNH
120
 
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg


POLI 132
Political Development & Modern China
796024
UD
(4.0)
Tu
500-750p
Hoston
ghoston@ucsd.edu


CSB
005
 
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg

VIS 105D Aesthetics of
Chinese Calligraphy
794425
UD
(4.0)
W

300-550p
Li
h3li@ucsd.edu


MANDE
220A
 
Contact the Dept. of VIS ARTS for approval via
Virtual Advising Center

VIS 127C Arts of
Modern China
801591 UD
(4.0)
TuTh

630-750p

Shen
kshen@ucsd.edu


CENTER
113


Contact the Dept. of VIS ARTS for approval via
Virtual Advising Center

HITO 87 Freshman Seminar Ming China in Short Stories
790867
LD
Seminar
(1.0)
M
300-350p

Schneewind
sschneewind@ucsd.edu

HSS
3086

SPACES
enroll
via WebReg


MUS 87 Pop Music in
20th Century Taiwan
790890
LD
Seminar
(1.0)
M
200-450p
Guy
nguy@ucsd.edu

CPMC
145

SPACES
enroll
via WebReg

IRGN 404 Chinese Politics
792460
Grad Lecture
(4.0)
MW
200-320p
Shirk
sshirk@ucsd.edu
Robinson
Building Complex
3201
Prof. Shirk's approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
IRGN 405 U.S.-China Relations 792462
Grad Seminar
(4.0)
TuTh
200-320p
Shirk
sshirk@ucsd.edu
Robinson
Building Complex
1428
Prof. Shirk's approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
IRGN 412 E. Asian Economies
792464
Grad Lecture
(4.0)
MW
330-450p
Naughton
bnaughton@ucsd.edu

Robinson
Building Complex
Garden
Prof. Naughton's approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.
IRGN 461 Doing Business
in China
792477
Grad Lecture
(4.0)
Tu
630-920p
Naughton
bnaughton@ucsd.edu
Robinson
Building Complex
Garden
Prof. Naughton's approval on
ADD CARD.
SEE INFO BELOW.

Special Enrollment Instructions for:

  • HILD 11 is a lower-division East Asian history course that is required for a Chinese Studies major and optional for a minor. Please note that the Department of History may not offer this course next academic (2014-15) so do not delay in completing this requirement. Use WebReg to enroll yourself in an of the six available sections and you will automatically be enrolled in the lecture on MWF with Professor Schneewind.
  • HIEA 171 Society & Culture in Premodern China is a SEMINAR with limited spaces. One seminar is required for a Chinese Studies major. You need to request permission to the instructor and historyundergrad@ucsd.edu to be authorized to enroll. In your email to Professor Lu (w1lu@ucsd.edu) explain why you would be a good participant in this seminar/research course in Chinese history. Be sure to include your name, PID# and reason you wish to enroll.
  • LTCH 101 Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature is a course in English and Mandarin. You will need to contact the Department of Literature via Virtual Advising Center for permission to enroll. A student needs to be proficient in Mandarin to at least the 4th grade level.
  • VIS 105D Aesthetics of Chinese Calligraphy, Contact the Dept. of VIS ARTS for approval via Virtual Advising Center permission to enroll and override the prerequisite.
  • HITO 87 and MUS 87 are Freshman seminars and will earn you one unit. To learn more go to  http://ugseminars.ucsd.edu/UGSEM_SeminarListing.asp
  • IRGN 404 and IRGN 405 are graduate level courses offered by Professor Susan Shirk at IR/PS. Contact the professor via email at sshirk@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.
  • IRGN 412 and IRGN 461 are graduate level courses offered by Professor Barry Naughton at IR/PS. Contact the professor via email at bnaughton@ucsd.edu, explaining why you would be a good participant in this advanced seminar/research course. Once the professor approves, take an ADD CARD to the instructor for an approval signature. Take that ADD CARD to RBC - Student Affairs for an approval stamp. Then take your completed ADD CARD to the UCSD Registrar. A strong GPA is also required to receive approval to participate in this course.

Fall 2013 Non-Language Courses

For CHIN Language Course offerings, use UCSD Schedule of Classes

The following is a list that shows what courses are being offered by various departments at UCSD. These listed courses may be applied towards a Chinese Studies B.A. and minor. Read the information carefully as some courses may only qualify for the minor or may have special requirements. The Chinese Studies Program CANNOT AUTHORIZE you for any of the courses listed below, contact the home department via email or Virtual Advising Center for approval requirements, prerequisite information or authorization. Always use UCSD Schedule of Classes to confirm times/dates/locations and to enroll.

Course Name
Section
ID
UD/LD
(Units)
Days
Time
Faculty
Location
Notes
HILD 10 East Asia:
The Great Traditions
SEE
TRITONLINK
LD
(4.0)
MWF
LEC.
100-150p
Schneewind
CENTER
119
You must enroll in
a section via TritonLink
LTEA 110B Modern Chinese Fiction in Translation 788478
UD
(4.0)
MWF
1100-1150a
Chau
CSB
001
 SPACES enroll
via WebReg
LTEA 120B Taiwan Films
784618
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
500-620p Liao
SOLIS
104
 FULL
HITO 87 Freshman Seminar: Ming China in Short Stories
788838
LD
(1.0)
Th
100-150p
Schneewind HSS
3086

1 UNIT - Freshman Seminar 
SPACES
enroll
via WebReg
POLI 113A East Asian Political Thought/ Comp. Perspective
786854
UD
(4.0)
MWF
100-150p
Magagna
PRICE C.
THEATER
 FULL
Must be petitioned
VIS 127B Arts of China
784905
UD
(4.0)
TuTh
500-620p
Shen
CENTER
216
 FULL
HIEA 126 The Silk Road 789324
UD
Seminar
(4.0)
MWF
900-950a
Bass
CSB
005
 SPACES enroll
via WebReg

Special Enrollment Instructions for:

  • HILD 10 is a lower-division East Asian history course that is required for a Chinese Studies major and optional for a minor. Please note that the Department of History may not offer this course next academic so do not delay in completing this requirement. Use WebReg to enroll yourself in an of the six available sections and you will automatically be enrolled in the lecture on MWF with Professor Schneewind.
  • POLI 113A East Asian Thought from a Comparative Perspective is only applicable to a Chinese Studies major or minor when you submit a student petition. Please bring a syllabus to HSS 3084 to petition this course.
  • VIS 129E Asian Art History is a SEMINAR on W 300-550p with Professor Shen. You must request to enroll via email at kshen@ucsd.edu. Explain why you would be a good participant in this advanced course in Asian art history. Be sure to include your name, PID# and reason you wish to enroll. It may be a good idea to contact Visual Arts via Virtual Advising Center as well. One seminar course is a requirement of a Chinese Studies major.





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List of Non-Language Courses

The following is a list of Chinese Studies non-language electives that have been approved by the Academic Senate as automatically compatible with a Chinese Studies major or minor. These are courses offered by other departments and are not hosted and cannot be modified by the Chinese Studies Program. If you have a question about a specific course list above or below you may need to contact the home department. The portion of the UCSD General Catalog with Chinese Studies Program information can be accessed at http://www.ucsd.edu/catalog/curric/CHIN.html.


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Petitioning Courses

  • Upon returning from study abroad a student will need to petition each course for reviewed and approval by the Director of the Chinese Studies Program. A student may also need to petition a UCSD course that is not pre-approved.
  • Please provide all materials from a course with each petition, including but not limited to syllabus, textbooks, notes, handouts, presentations, final paper, exams, etc. Please see FAQ tab more information. Materials will be returned.
  • What form do I use for a Student Petition? Print the form from the UCSD Registrar webpage  where you will find a list of forms under the bold "Academic forms" title. Select and print the PDF listed as  "Student petition, undergraduates". You may use any of the applicable examples shown below to complete the form.
Examples of wording for Student Petitions:
          
Use this example for a course taken at UCSD
  • Request: To review and approve COURSE & NUMBER: TITLE taught by INSTRUCTOR'S NAME at UCSD as an upper-division (or lower-division) non-language Chinese Studies elective.
  • Reason for Request: To use COURSE & NUMBER towards earning a major/minor in Chinese Studies.

Use this example for a course taken at a university other then UCSD (a.k.a. abroad)
  • Request: To review and approve COURSE & NUMBER: TITLE taken via EAP (or OAP) at NAME OF UNIVERSITY as an upper-division (or lower-division) non-language Chinese Studies elective.
  • Reason for Request: To use COURSE & NUMBER towards earning a major/minor in Chinese Studies.

Use this example for a course taken as a colloquium at UCSD
  • Request: To review and approve COURSE & NUMBER: TITLE as a colloquium/seminar. Professor (insert name) has agreed to enhance the content /assignments of this upper-division course so that it may qualify as a colloquium.
  • Reason for Request: To use COURSE & NUMBER to meet the colloquium requirement for earning a B.A. in Chinese Studies.

                   
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