Ms. Nanxi Meng
Minor in Chinese
A minor in Chinese consists of a minimum of 18 semester hours in Chinese, including 6 advanced hours. Demonstration of proficiency may be substituted for credit in courses equivalent to CHIN 1010 through CHIN 2050. A minimum grade of C is required for a course to count toward the minor.
Syllabi & Courses
Transfer Credit and Placement Test
Students may earn credits in Chinese through a placement test or by transferring credits from another institution. For more details, please look for testing information under the Resources section of this website or call the department office.
For study-abroad opportunities, please look under the Resources section of our website for the Study Abroad page, contact our main office, or contact the Study Abroad Office at https://studyabroad.unt.edu or by calling (940) 565-2207.
- Chinese Government Scholarship
- Confucius Institute Scholarship
- MOFCOM Scholarship (for Master's and Ph.D programs in China)
- Fulbright U.S. Student Program
- Critical Language Scholarship
- The Blakemore Foundation for Chinese and Japanese