Overview of the Chinese Language Program
The Chinese Program at Wake Forest University began in 1989 and has grown vigorously ever since. Students can take seven semesters of Chinese as well as an optional course in Business Chinese. Our dedicated instructors, who are all trained in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, work closely with the students in and out of the classroom. Chinese majors spend a semester abroad immersing themselves in the target language and culture. Every semester the Chinese Program sponsors various extracurricular activities to enhance formal learning. Past graduates work in a variety fields such as marketing and advertising, finances, secondary education and law.
Fengyan Hu, Assistant Professor of the Practice
Fangfang Li, Assistant Professor of the Practice
Andy Rodekohr, Assistant Professor of Chinese
Yaohua Shi, Associate Professor of Chinese
Student Projects (create new link for video projects from Chinese language and culture classes: Fangfang, Fengyan, and Andy will supply the videos.)
For Incoming Students:
New students who took Chinese in high school need to take a Chinese language placement test. For details, please read the placement test information.
Students from China who would like to be exempt from the College requirement in foreign language should contact the Chair of the Department.