Chair: Haoming Liu;
Professors: Haoming Liu, Peipei Qiu;
Associate Professors: Hiromi Tsuchiya Dollase, Wenwei Du;
Adjunct Instructors: Yuko Matsubara, Anne Parries;
Visiting Instructor: Liu Li.
Honors’ Requirements: Students who wish to be considered for departmental honors must complete a thesis or project of sufficient quality. A thesis is normally written in both semesters of the senior year. A senior project may be done either as a one-unit course in one semester, or a half-unit course in each of two semesters.
Departmental courses are arranged in three groups: 1) courses in Chinese-Japanese literary and cultural studies (CHJA); 2) courses in Chinese language and literary/cultural studies (CHIN); and 3) courses in Japanese language and literary/cultural studies (JAPA).
Chinese and Japanese Certification Programs: The Chinese and Japanese Department jointly with the Department of Education offers programs leading to the New York State Initial Adolescent Education Certificate (grades 7-12) in both Chinese and Japanese. Students who choose to obtain the credential must be major in Chinese or Japanese, and complete 9.5 units in education. Upon successful completion of the program, candidates will be eligible to teach in any secondary school in New York, as well as many other states that have signed reciprocity agreements with the State of New York.
Correlate Sequences in Chinese and Japanese
Chinese/Japanese: I. Introductory
Chinese/Japanese: II. Intermediate
Chinese/Japanese: III. Advanced
Chinese: I. Introductory
Chinese: II. Intermediate
Chinese: III. Advanced
Japanese: I. Introductory
Japanese: II. Intermediate
Japanese: III. Advanced