The Chinese Studies degree offers a comprehensive knowledge of Mandarin Chinese and an understanding of Chinese history, philosophy, and culture. The business track covers the fundamentals of business in a Chinese context. The humanities track focuses on aesthetic theories and the literature and arts of China. The social sciences track provides a broad introduction to the social realities in China and frameworks for analyzing them. The degree includes the option to spend the junior year in China.
China’s growth and the increasing number of organizations that deal with China offer graduates a wide variety of career opportunities in business, foreign service, tourism, translation, research, arts, teaching, and writing, both in the Philippines and abroad.