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The Graduate Program in China Studies in the Department of Asian Studies covers a wide range of topics related to Chinese history, archaeology, philosophy, intellectual and political thought. Students in this program also expand their understanding in China’s interactions with Asian and European cultures in the pre-modern era, as well as the culture, society, and politics of traditional, modern, and contemporary China.
The importance of the program is derived from its interdisciplinary nature, combining various fields of study and research methodologies in both the humanities and social sciences. Students in the program will be joining a vibrant academic community and enjoy opportunities for stimulating scholarly exchanges through international workshops and conferences as well as guest
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Admission to the English language MA program in the China Section requires a Lower Advanced level of English proficiency. Prior to graduation, candidates are expected to attain Upper Advanced level in English.
Candidates who did not major in Chinese Studies at the BA level will be subject to additional requirements.
In the Research MA track, students are required to study a second foreign language in addition to their language of specialization.
• Students in the Research MA track whose MA thesis focuses on contemporary China (1978-present) may be exempt from the second foreign language requirement.
- $4,850 USD for non research track.
- Free of charge for research track with thesis.
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