Your knowledge of Chinese culture, history, and language will make you a more attractive candidate to potential employers and will prepare you for careers in different industries.

A degree in Chinese should be considered by students who are interested in careers in business, technology, healthcare, engineering, government, international commerce, teaching, criminal justice, social work, and more!

  • Foreign competition research analyst
  • Transcriber
  • Global marketing director
  • Marketing development coordinator
  • Sales and marketing specialist 
  • Lawyer
  • Tourism research and policy manager 
  • Public information officer 
  • Translator/interpreter 
  • Customer service representative
  • Security analyst
  • Journalist/reporter
  • Client service associate
  • Nurses and healthcare workers
  • HR manager 
  • Job recruiter
  • Business development analyst

Knowledge of the Chinese language and culture can open many doors, allowing you to pursue jobs in various industries, including:

  • Government and politics
  • Food and beverage
  • Law, including commercial and immigration law
  • International business and international trade
  • Media
  • Tourism
  • Education
  • Marketing
  • Healthcare
  • And more! 

Alumni have gone on to top graduate programs in medicine, engineering, or positions with employers such as:

  • Axiom Law Practice
  • Actalent
  • Credit Suisse
  • Obsidian Translations
  • Yangtze Normal University
  • Pioneer Academics
  • SoftwareONE
  • Fragomen law firm
  • Paychex


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