Chinese has already become one of the biggest languages of the 21st Century, and it continues to grow.
Our program cooperated with the MOE’s policies to set up a MA Program in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, which was approved in the 2007 academic year and thus began recruiting students. The MA Program in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language takes advantage of the resources already existing at the university and uses them to achieve an even higher efficacy. The program also works to promote Chinese education by combining resources (foreign languages, Chinese, computers and information technology, Chinese culture and society, and education) from many of the university’s other programs, such as English Instruction, Sociological Education, Mathematics and Information Education, and Education. With such resources at hand, the program is equipped with vision and the ability to develop and improve the education and international exchange of Chinese as a second language.