BA Modern China Studies (2-subjects-BA)
Language training: The degree program provides basic skills in modern, standard spoken Chinese needed for mastering everyday communication as a prerequisite for subsequent in-depth studies.
Knowledge transfer: Students acquire introductory qualifications in the fields of history and philosophy/religion. Additionally, students choose three from the following five fields to acquire introductory qualifications: politics, society, economics, law of modern China and linguistics of modern Chinese. These introductory qualifications enable students to understand processes in modern and contemporary China.
Theory and methodological training: Graduates have a critical understanding of important cultural and social science theories and methods as applied to the subject of China.
Academic research work and preparation for advanced degree programs: Students develop the ability to deepen the knowledge acquired independently and to develop knowledge of the current state of research. They acquire the capability to take a differentiated approach to reflection regarding modern China and are introduced to scientific work on issues that arise in this context.
Subjects in 2-subjects-BA programs
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