A minor in Chinese is great for students seeking Chinese language skills as a supplement to a second major, such as business administration, economics, international studies, political science, or history. Completion of the minor requires at least 18 semester hours.
- Exchange partnerships with universities Shanghai, Zhuhai, Hong Kong, and Taichung
- Several study abroad opportunities in Chinese-speaking countries
- Leader among liberal arts colleges with East Asia programs
- One of the largest Chinese programs for a liberal arts college in the nation
What You'll Study
Going Beyond the Great Wall
Dedicated Faculty, Diverse Curriculum
Our faculty know it’s not just about learning Chinese. That’s why we’ve built a diverse curriculum focused on key issues, global relationships, and hands-on experience.
Putting theory into practice
When You Graduate
Make your Chinese Proficiency Count!
Your Trinity degree is just the beginning. Our faculty and alumni are here to help you turn that degree into next steps, international opportunities, and future careers.
Earning your Chinese Minor is a great option for students seeking global careers in foreign policy, international business, and more.
- International business
- Political Science