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1 Chinese Culture (Masters Course)
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Chuo University Japan Hachioji, Tokyo, Korakuen, Shinjuku 2013-05-15
Second language skills are seen as an asset enhancing the study of all other fields and which provide students with practical as well as theoretical bases for a variety of paths after graduation. You will be prepared to continue graduate studies in second language-related areas such as linguistics and literature or you may use your undergraduate experience and background as a complement to careers in fields such as the arts, government or public service, volunteer work, technology, business and management, law, and other areas in which proficiency in a second language and knowledge of other cultures is of great benefit.With a Masters in Chinese Studies at Chuo University you will typically have majored in Modern Languages allowing you to acquire communicative language proficiency in your language of specialization. You will typically have taken courses in culture and civilization providing you with a solid foundation in the main currents in national literatures as well as artistic and social movements. You will typically have integrated study of cultures with skill development in reading, writing, and aural/oral communication. In addition, as a major in Modern Languages you will have developed a perspective on the learning and use of second languages, from both a social and cognitive point of view, within the society in which you live and in an increasingly global communal environment. As a language major you will have been guided to develop personal interests by taking courses in other disciplines such as the fine arts, history, psychology, philosophy, and other humanities and social sciences.
masters students: Your course work will typically have consisted of both compulsory and optional taught modules. You may have looked at China’s role in competing capitalisms along with the business environment and strategy in China. Your optional course units may have included, for example, looking at the changing dynamics of management in China, marketing strategies for China, deepening you proficiency in the Chinese language and looking at corporate restructuring and governance in China.
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