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The Academic Program
     

Chinese Language
Chinese in Translation
East Asian Studies
Japanese Language
Japanese in Translation
Korean Language
Korean Language in Translation
Tibetan Language

This course is not intended for native or near native speakers of Mandarin Chinese. This is a 4-credit beginning level course in Modern Standard Mandarin Chinese for students with no or little prior experience in the language. Native or near-native speakers of Chinese are not eligible for this course. The course helps students gain constant training in listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills on a daily basis. Students are expected to attend the class five days per week. Homework and quizzes are completed on a weekly basis. In addition to daily preparation, two-hour individual lab work per week by working on digital files is required outside of the class. Students are required to write Simplified characters.

10518 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Miao-Fen Tseng

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell 543

10519 

002

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Miao-Fen Tseng

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell 543

10522 

003

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Ran Zhao

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 412

10521 

004

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

MoTuWeThFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 319

10520 

005

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Shu-Chen Chen

MoTuWeThFr 1:00PM - 1:50PM

New Cabell Hall 319

16585 

006

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

MoTuWeThFr 1:00PM - 1:50PM

New Cabell Hall 438

19883 

007

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

MoTuWeTh 2:00PM - 2:50PM

New Cabell Hall 438

CHIN 1060 - Accelerated Elementary Chinese

Note: Students must have the permission of the instructor in order to register for this course. Most students will receive this permission via the placement test administered two days earlier than the first day of instruction. This is a 4-credit Intensive First Year Chinese course designed for students with native or near-native speaking ability in Mandarin Chinese. The major goal of this course is to help students develop proficiency in reading and writing based on their self-acquired competence in listening and speaking. Specifically, students are expected to express themselves clearly in writing on a variety of topics centering upon everyday life and achieve reading competency with an approximation of 1000 characters. CHIN 1060 meets four hours per week. Students are required to write Simplified characters.

10523 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

MoTuWeFr 2:00PM - 2:50PM

New Cabell Hall 546

CHIN 2010 - Intermediate Chinese

Note: No auditors are allowed. Everyone must register for credit or being an official auditor. This course is not intended for native or near native speakers of Mandarin Chinese. This 4-credit course is the continuation of Chinese 1010 and 1020. Students who have not had CHIN 1020 at UVa are required to take a placement exam. The goal of this course is to help students continue to attain proficiency in four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are expected to master linguistic structures through constant practice in learned grammar, sentence patterns, and phrases and expressions. With the mastery of linguistic structures, students are therefore able to achieve communicative functions on a variety of topics centering on campus life, social issues, and aspects of Chinese culture. An approximation of 700 characters will be covered. CHIN 2010 meets five times per week. Students can choose to write either Traditional or Simplified characters but are required to be able to read both.

10524 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 16

Ran Zhao

MoTuWeThFr 9:00AM - 9:50AM

New Cabell Hall 412

10525 

002

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 16

Ran Zhao

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 412

10526 

003

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Shu-Chen Chen

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 521

10527 

004

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 16

Shu-Chen Chen

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 521

19884 

005

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 16

Staff

MoTuWeTh 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 444A

 CHIN 3010 - Readings in Modern Chinese

Note: No visitors allowed. Everyone must register for credit or as an official auditor. This course is not intended for native or near native speakers of Mandarin Chinese.  This 3-credit course is designed for students who have completed CHIN 2020. Students who have not had CHIN 2020 at UVa are required to take a placement exam. All four basic skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are equally stressed. Students are required to listen to audiotapes everyday and actively participate in class activities. Student work is evaluated on the basis of class attendance and participation, a variety of exercises, dictations, quizzes, oral performances and exams. The class is conducted mainly in Mandarin Chinese. As for the two different Chinese writing forms, students are free to write either form, yet required to recognize both Traditional and Simplified characters. The course meets twice per week, each time one and a half hour.

The supplementary listening and reading materials will be provided in the class.

10528 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15 (0 / 18)

Staff

MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 318

10529 

002

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15 (0 / 18)

Staff

MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 430

19885 

003

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15 (0 / 18)

Staff

MoWeFr 1:00PM - 1:50PM

New Cabell Hall 412

 CHIN 3015 - Language House Conversation

For students residing in the Chinese group in Shea House. Prerequisite: instructor permission.

10530 

001

Lecture (1 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Ran Zhao

TBA

TBA

CHIN 3050 - Accelerated Readings in Modern Chinese Literature

Note: No visitors allowed. Everyone must register for credit or as an official auditor. This 3-credit course is designed for students who have native or near-native speaking ability in Mandarin Chinese and who have completed CHIN 2060 ("Accelerated Intermediate Chinese"). Students who have not had CHIN 2060 at UVa are required to take a placement exam. The goal of CHIN 3050 is to enhance students' reading comprehension by systematically exposing them to formal written Chinese. The course meets two times a week. Student work is evaluated on the basis of dictations, quizzes/tests, oral performance, frequent essays, class participation, and attendance. Classes are conducted in Chinese. Students can choose to write either Traditional or Simplified characters but are required to be able to read both.

12079 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 18

Miao-Fen Tseng

MoWeFr 1:00PM - 1:50PM

New Cabell Hall 318

CHIN 4010 - Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese

Note: No visitors allowed. Everyone must register for credit or as an official auditor. This 3-credit course is designed for students who have completed CHIN 3020 or CHIN 5020. Students who have not had CHIN 3020 or CHIN 5020 are required to take a placement exam. The goal of this course is to help students understand journalistic essays through systematic study of sentence patterns and formal writing styles. Students are required to listen to audiotapes every day and actively participate in class activities. The course meets for one hour three times per week. Student work is evaluated on the basis of dictations, quizzes/tests, oral performance, frequent essays, class participation, and attendance. The class is conducted mainly in Chinese. Students can choose to write either Traditional or Simplified characters but are required to be able to read both.

19887 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 12 (0 / 15)

Hsin Liang

MoWeTh 10:00AM - 10:50AM

Shea House 211

10531 

002

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 12 (0 / 15)

Hsin Liang

MoWeTh 11:00AM - 11:50AM

Shea House 211

CHIN 4830 - Introduction to Classical Chinese Prose

Introduces the grammar and structure of classical Chinese prose.

19890 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 25 (0 / 30)

Anne Kinney

TuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PM

New Cabell Hall 431

CHIN 4993 - Independent Study in Chinese

Independent Study in Chinese. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor

10532 

001

Independent Study (1 - 3 Units)

Open

0 / 5

Hsin Liang

TBA

TBA

CHIN 5010 - Readings in Modern Chinese Literature

Note: No visitors allowed. Everyone must register for credit or as an official auditor. This course is not intended for native or near native speakers of Mandarin Chinese.  This 3-credit course is designed for students who have completed CHIN 2020. Students who have not had CHIN 2020 at UVa are required to take a placement exam. All four basic skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are equally stressed. Students are required to listen to audiotapes everyday and actively participate in class activities. Student work is evaluated on the basis of class attendance and participation, a variety of exercises, dictations, quizzes, oral performances and exams. The class is conducted mainly in Mandarin Chinese. As for the two different Chinese writing forms, students are free to write either form, yet required to recognize both Traditional and Simplified characters. The course meets twice per week, each time one and a half hour.

The supplementary listening and reading materials will be provided in the class.

14714 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 3 (0 / 18)

Staff

MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 318

10533 

002

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 3 (0 / 18)

Staff

MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 430

19886 

003

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 3 (0 / 18)

Staff

MoWeFr 1:00PM - 1:50PM

New Cabell Hall 412

CHIN 5810 - Media Chinese I

Studies electronic and print media in Chinese, emphasizing current events as reported in the Chinese speaking world, to further develop oral and written proficiency. Prerequisite: CHIN 5020 or equivalent, or instructor permission.

19889 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 12

Hsin Liang

MoWeTh 1:00PM - 1:50PM

Shea House 211

CHIN 5830 - Introduction to Classical Chinese

Introduction to the grammar and structure of classical Chinese.

10534 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 5 (0 / 30)

Anne Kinney

TuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PM

New Cabell Hall 431

CHIN 7010 - Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese

Note: No visitors allowed. Everyone must register for credit or as an official auditor. This 3-credit course is designed for students who have completed CHIN 3020 or CHIN 5020. Students who have not had CHIN 3020 or CHIN 5020 are required to take a placement exam. The goal of this course is to help students understand journalistic essays through systematic study of sentence patterns and formal writing styles. Students are required to listen to audiotapes every day and actively participate in class activities. The course meets for one hour three times per week. Student work is evaluated on the basis of dictations, quizzes/tests, oral performance, frequent essays, class participation, and attendance. The class is conducted mainly in Chinese. Students can choose to write either Traditional or Simplified characters but are required to be able to read both.

19888 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 3 (0 / 15)

Hsin Liang

MoWeTh 10:00AM - 10:50AM

Shea House 211

10535 

002

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 3 (0 / 15)

Hsin Liang

MoWeTh 11:00AM - 11:50AM

Shea House 211

CHIN 8993 - Independent Study in Chinese

Independent Study in Chinese. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor

10536 

001

Independent Study (1 - 3 Units)

Open

0 / 5

Hsin Liang

TBA

TBA

CHTR 3010 - Survey of Traditional Chinese Literature

An overview of Chinese literature from earliest times to the beginning of the 20th century, exploring major genres through the works of representative authors in English translation. Fulfills the non-Western perspectives requirement.

15800 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 22 (0 / 30)

Charles Laughlin

MoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PM

New Cabell Hall 419

CHTR 3840 - Writing Women in Modern China

This course examines images of women in modern Chinese literature by authors of both genders. The works span the 20th century from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong and will be provided in both Chinese and in English translation. The course is writing intensive and will focus on a single author each week, and students will be expected to make in-class presentations.

19903 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 10 (0 / 15)

Charles Laughlin

Tu 3:30PM - 6:00PM

New Cabell Hall 516

CHTR 5010 - Survey of Traditional Chinese Literature

An overview of Chinese literature from earliest times to the beginning of the 20th century, exploring major genres through the works of representative authors in English translation. Fulfills the non-Western perspectives requirement.

15801 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 8 (0 / 30)

Charles Laughlin

MoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PM

New Cabell Hall 419

CHTR 5840 - Writing Women in Modern China

This course examines images of women in modern Chinese literature by authors of both genders. The works span the 20th century from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong and will be provided in both Chinese and in English translation. The course is writing intensive and will focus on a single author each week, and students will be expected to make in-class presentations.

19904 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 5 (0 / 15)

Charles Laughlin

Tu 3:30PM - 6:00PM

New Cabell Hall 516

EAST 4993 - Independent Study

Independent study in special field under the direction of a faculty member in East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.

13992 

001

Independent Study (1 - 3 Units)

Open

0 / 30

Staff

TBA

TBA

EAST 4998 - Distinguished Majors Senior Thesis

A two-semester sequence of tutorial work for students completing a Senior Thesis as part of the Distinguished Majors Program in East Asian Studies or East Asian Languages and Literatures.Prerequisites: Student must be enrolled in the Distinguished Majors Program in East Asian Studies or East Asian Languages and Literatures.

16942 

001

Independent Study (3 Units)

Open

0 / 30

Gustav Heldt

TBA

TBA

EAST 8998 - Non-Topical Research: Prepaation  for Research

For master’s research, taken before a thesis director has been selected.

16711 

001

Independent Study (1 - 12 Units)

Open

0 / 30

Charles Laughlin

TBA

TBA

EAST 8999 - Non-Topical Research

For master’s thesis, taken under the supervision of a thesis director.

16712 

001

Independent Study (1 - 12 Units)

Open

0 / 30

Charles Laughlin

TBA

TBA

JAPN 1010 - First-Year Japanese

Introduces the basic speech patterns and grammatical units, including casual, daily spoken style, and the polite speech used in formal occasions. Emphasizes speaking, listening, and reading. Writing hiragana, katakana, and

200 kanji are also introduced.

10956 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Mieko Kawai

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 325

10957 

002

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Mieko Kawai

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 325

10958 

003

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Mieko Kawai

MoTuWeThFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 325

10959 

004

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Tomomi Sato

MoTuWeThFr 2:00PM - 2:50PM

New Cabell Hall 325

 JAPN 2010 - Second-Year Japanese

Continuation of Elementary Japanese introducing more complex sentence patterns, idioms, and vocabulary to prepare students for an intermediate-level communication. Reinforces spoken Japanese skills with writing and reading exercises, and 250 kanji are introduced. Prerequisite: JAPN 1020 or equivalent.

10960 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Tomoko Marshall

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 516

10961 

002

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Tomoko Marshall

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 516

10962 

003

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Tomoko Marshall

MoTuWeThFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 516

JAPN 3010 - Third-Year Japanese I

Emphasizes comprehension and active reproduction of modern Japanese beyond the basic patterns of speech and writing. Various topics on current Japanese culture and society are introduced. Prerequisite: JAPN 2020 or equivalent, or instructor permission.

10963 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 13

Tomomi Sato

TuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AM

New Cabell Hall 318

10964 

002

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 13

Tomomi Sato

TuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PM

New Cabell Hall 318

JAPN 3015 - Language House Conversation

For students residing in the Japanese group in Shea House. Prerequisite: instructor permission.

10965 

001

Lecture (1 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Tomomi Sato

TBA

TBA

JAPN 3100 - Supplemental Reading in Japanese I

The first in a two-part sequence, to be taken in conjunction with JAPN 3010. Students will acquire college-level reading and writing skills through engagement with articles and essays written by Japanese for the Japanese public.

11994 

001

Lecture (1 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Tomomi Sato

Mo 3:00PM - 3:50PM

New Cabell Hall 521

JAPN 4880 - Reading Banana Yoshimoto & Haruki Murakami

This language seminar introduces two of Japan’s most popular contemporary fiction writers by reading and interpreting selections from Kitchen and Dance, Dance, Dance, Selections give students an insight to how today’s Japanese youth, in search of meaning in life and intimate connections, copes with Japan’s rapidly changing society and culture. Prerequisite: JAPN 302 or placement test

19891 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15 (0 / 18)

Michiko Wilson

TuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PM

Wilson Hall 215

JAPN 4993 - Independent Study in Japanese

Independent study in Japanese.

10966 

001

Independent Study (1 - 3 Units)

Open

0 / 10

Staff

TBA

TBA

JAPN 5880 - Reading Banana Yoshimoto and Haruki Murakami

This language seminar introduces two of Japan’s most popular contemporary fiction writers by reading and interpreting selections from Kitchen and Dance, Dance, Dance, Selections give students an insight to how today’s Japanese youth, in search of meaning in life and intimate connections, copes with Japan’s rapidly changing society and culture. Prerequisite: JAPN 302 or placement test

19892 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 3 (0 / 18)

Michiko Wilson

TuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PM

Wilson Hall 215

JPTR 3010 - Survey of Traditional Japanese Literature

This course is devoted to an in-depth examination of Japan's most renowned work of literature and the world's first novel. Prior exposure to Japanese literature is encouraged but not required.

10967 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20 (0 / 22)

Gustav Heldt

TuTh 3:15PM - 4:30PM

New Cabell Hall 432

 JPTR 4100 - Ancient Japanese Literature: Myth, History, and Song

This seminar will focus on the very first writings in the Japanese literary tradition, consisting of the mytho-histories and poetry recorded in the eighth century. Prior exposure to Japanese literature is encouraged, but not required.

19893 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15 (0 / 20)

Gustav Heldt

We 1:00PM - 3:30PM

New Cabell Hall 520

JPTR 4800 - Women's Fiction and the Other Japan

A seminar focusing on the resurgence of the female literary tradition from 1904 to the present. Focuses on Japanese women writers as cultural critics, how each individual female artist challenges and is shaped by Japanese culture and society. Prior exposure to Japanese literature encouraged but not required.

11995 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20 (0 / 24)

Michiko Wilson

We 3:30PM - 6:00PM

Wilson Hall 215

JPTR 5010 - Survey of Traditional Japanese Literature

This course is devoted to an in-depth examination of Japan's most renowned work of literature and the world's first novel. Prior exposure to Japanese literature is encouraged but not required.

10968 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 2 (0 / 22)

Gustav Heldt

TuTh 3:15PM - 4:30PM

New Cabell Hall 432

JPTR 5100 - Ancient Japanese Literature: Myth, History, and Song

This seminar will focus on the very first writings in the Japanese literary tradition, consisting of the  mytho-histories and poetry recorded in the eighth century. Prior exposure to Japanese literature is encouraged, but not required.

19894 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 5 (0 / 20)

Gustav Heldt

We 1:00PM - 3:30PM

New Cabell Hall 520

JPTR 5990 - Modern Japanese Women Writers

Introduces the resurgence of the female literary tradition from 1904 to the present. Focuses on how literary women in Japan express their subversive voice often through the autobiographical fiction. Taught in English. Restricted to area studies majors and minors. Prerequisite: JPTR 522 or equivalent, or instructor permission.

11996 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 4 (0 / 24)

Michiko Wilson

We 3:30PM - 6:00PM

Wilson Hall 215

KOR 1010 - Elementary Korean

Introduces the basic speech patterns and grammatical units, including casual, daily spoken style, and the polite speech used in formal occasions. Emphasizes speaking, listening, and reading.

11978 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Junghee Kim

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 520

11979 

002

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Junghee Kim

MoTuWeThFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 521

KOR 2010 - Intermediate Korean

Continuation of Elementary Korean introducing more complex sentence patterns, idioms, and vocabulary to prepare students for an intermediate-level communication. Reinforces spoken Korean skills with writing and reading exercises.

11980 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Teresa Lee

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 542

12410 

002

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Teresa Lee

MoTuWeThFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

New Cabell Hall 542

KOR 3010 - Advanced Korean

Emphasizes comprehension and active reproduction of modern Korean beyond the basic patterns of speech and writing. Various topics on current Korean culture and society are introduced.  Prerequisite: KOR 2020, or equivalent, or instructor permission.

11981 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 10

Teresa Lee

TuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PM

New Cabell Hall 432

KOR 3015 - Language House Conversation

Korean conversation for residents of the Shea language house.

16953 

001

Lecture (1 Units)

Open

0 / 30

Junghee Kim

TBA

TBA

KOR 4010 - Advanced Readings in Modern Korean

This course will offer the students the opportunities to develop advanced reading proficiency in modern Korean language. The course will deal with advanced reading material, mostly from authentic writings in various genres and styles, such as newspaper editorials, columns, essays, T.V. news clips, short stories, and other expository and literary writings.

16309 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 10

Junghee Kim

TuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AM

Ruffner Hall 227A

KOR 4993 - Independent Study in Korean

Independent Study in Korean

16310 

001

Independent Study (1 - 3 Units)

Open

0 / 0

Staff

TBA

TBA

KRTR 3020 - Survey of Modern Korean Literature

This course is an introduction to major topics in modern Korean literature through representative texts from the early twentieth century to the contemporary era. No prerequisite.

19895 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20 (0 / 20)

Susie Kim

MoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PM

New Cabell Hall 323

KRTR 3030 - Survey of Korean Cinema

Introduction to major aspects of Korean cinema. Critical overview includes sub-topics such as home, family, national division,  gender, class, and youth culture. No prerequisite.

19897 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20 (0 / 40)

Susie Kim

Tu 3:30PM - 6:00PM

New Cabell Hall 316

KRTR 5020 - Survey of Modern Korean Literature

This course is an introduction to major topics in modern Korean literature through representative texts from the early twentieth century to the contemporary era. No prerequisite.

19896 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20 (0 / 20)

Susie Kim

MoWe 3:30PM - 4:45PM

New Cabell Hall 323

KRTR 5030 - Survey of Korean Cinema

Introduction to major aspects of Korean cinema. Critical overview includes sub-topics such as home, family, national division,  gender, class, and youth culture. No prerequisite.

19898 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20 (0 / 40)

Susie Kim

Tu 3:30PM - 6:00PM

New Cabell Hall 316

TBTN 1010 - Elementary Tibetan I

An introduction to the grammar and syntax of spoken and written Tibetan for beginners with the intention of developing proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Examples are drawn from Tibetan short stories and proverbs, among other sources. Students gain knowledge of Tibetan culture to improve communication skills using a dynamic, interactive format.

12130 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 16

Tsetan Nepali

MoTuWeThFr 9:00AM - 9:50AM

New Cabell Hall 444A

TBTN 2010 - Intermediate Tibetan I

Intermediate skill-building in the grammar and syntax of spoken and written Tibetan, along with development of skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing through the integrated use of spoken and literary forms. Students will also enhance their knowledge of Tibetan culture in order to improve their communication skills. Pre-Requisites: TBTN 2010 Intermediate Tibetan I.

12131 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 7

Tsetan Nepali

MoTuWeThFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 444A

TBTN 3010 - Advanced Modern Tibetan I

A continuation of the Intermediate Tibetan language sequence, focusing on advanced grammar, syntax, and structures. Emphasis is laid on mastering comprehension and communication in colloquial Tibetan, writing skills in the various scripts of literary Tibetan, and integrating comprehension of colloquial and literary forms. Pre-Requisites: TBTN 2020 Intermediate Tibetan II.

12132 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 2 (0 / 10)

Tsetan Nepali

MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 432

 TBTN 3030 - Advanced Modern Tibetan III

A continuation of the Advanced Tibetan I/II language sequence, focusing on advanced grammar, syntax, and structures. Additional emphasis will be placed mastering oral communications skills through conversation, utilizing grammatical structures introduced in Advanced Modern Tibetan II. Pre-Requisites: TBTN 3020 Advanced Modern Tibetan II.

12133 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 4 (0 / 10)

Tsetan Nepali

MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 432

TBTN 8010 - Elementary Tibetan I

An introduction to the grammar and syntax of spoken and written Tibetan for beginners with the intention of developing proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Examples are drawn from Tibetan short stories and proverbs, among other sources. Students gain knowledge of Tibetan culture to improve communication skills using a dynamic, interactive format.

20384 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 2 (0 / 10)

Tsetan Nepali

MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:50PM

New Cabell Hall 432

TBTN 8011 - Intermediate Tibetan I

Intermediate skill-building in the grammar and syntax of spoken and written Tibetan, along with development of skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing through the integrated use of spoken and literary forms. Students will also enhance their knowledge of Tibetan culture in order to improve their communication skills.

20400 

001

Lecture (4 Units)

Open

0 / 2 (0 / 10)

Tsetan Nepali

MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM

New Cabell Hall 444A

TBTN 8012 - Advanced Modern Tibetan I

A continuation of the Intermediate Tibetan language sequence, focusing on advanced grammar, syntax, and structures. Emphasis is laid on mastering comprehension and communication in colloquial Tibetan, writing skills in the various scripts of literary Tibetan, and integrating comprehension of colloquial and literary forms.

20401 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 2 (0 / 10)

Tsetan Nepali

TBA

TBA

TBTN 8030 - Advanced Modern Tibetan III

A continuation of the Advanced Tibetan I/II language sequence, focusing on advanced grammar, syntax, and structures. Additional emphasis will be placed mastering oral communications skills through conversation, utilizing grammatical structures introduced in Advanced Modern Tibetan II.

20385 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 2 (0 / 10)

Tsetan Nepali

TBA

TBA