Build your language skills with a professor whose background is in pedagogy, grammar and second language acquisition. He’s regularly published in national journals and presents at conferences several times each year.
Even better, the faculty enthusiasm for the Chinese language is contagious and you’ll probably find yourself stopping by the department just to chat – in Chinese, of course.
You can take language courses on campus, study in China for a semester or year, work as a language counselor at the Concordia Language Villages and participate in an internship using your Chinese language skills. Our deep roots in liberal learning and small classes taught by faculty – not teaching assistants – will give you an edge
Megan Shelden '17
One of the reasons I chose to study Chinese at Concordia was because this school is known for excelling in languages. So far, I have had a great experience with the Chinese program. I have learned a lot in a short amount of time. Chinese is a challenging class but is also very fun and rewarding.
Dr. Tao Ming
I think teaching is the best profession for me because it entails seeing and interacting with people every day. I think that this is my dream job.