Language and Culture Courses

Chinese Language instruction is one of our main tasks. Despite our business orientation, offering general Chinese classes is still one of our main focus areas. We offered two different kinds of Chinese courses, credit and continuing education courses.

Credit Courses

Helping build a Chinese program at Georgia State University is one of the main tasks of our institute. Credit courses target students at Georgia State University. In this initial stage of building a Chinese program at Georgia State University, our institute takes advantage of our strong faculty resources and offer multi-level, high-quality Chinese courses to meet the current demand. At the same time, we offer non-credit courses to satisfy the needs of the community.

Continuing Education Courses

Register Now  The non-credit courses included Survival or introductory Chinese and Chinese Business Culture and Etiquette.

FALL 2016 COURSES!!!

Continuing Education Courses at the Confucius Institute of Georgia State University 

For All Georgia State University Students, Faculty, & Staff:

Survival Chinese

  • Sept. 6th– Oct. 28th, 2016 (Every Monday and Wednesday) 3-4pm
  • Classroom: Citizens Trust Bank Building , 75 Piedmont Ave, Suite 408, Atlanta, GA, 30303
  • Contact Confucius Institute: Phone: 404-413-5299;
  •  Email: gsuci@gsu.edu
  • Fees: $40.00 for 8 week course (Materials included)
  • Registration & Payment Deadline: Monday September 5th (Labor Day)
  • Enrollment with less than 5 students may be cancelled.
  • Syllabi (TBD)

Chinese Business Culture & Etiquette

  • Sept. 6th– Oct. 28th, 2016 (Every Tuesday and Thursday) 3-4pm
  • Classroom: Citizens Trust Bank Building , 75 Piedmont Ave, Suite 408, Atlanta, GA, 30303
  • Contact Confucius Institute: Phone: 404-413-5299;
  •  Email: gsuci@gsu.edu
  • Fees: $40.00 for 8 week course (Materials included)
  • Registration & Payment Deadline: Monday September 5th (Labor Day)
  • Enrollment with less than 5 students may be cancelled.
  • Syllabi (TBD)
This course is designed for those who want to learn some basic, beginner and useful Chinese words and phrases. This course consists of topics including greetings, food, travel, transportation, shopping, and more.
This course is designed for those who wish to learn about Chinese business culture and etiquette through an in-depth look at the social rituals that guide business practices.

Spring 2016 Course Schedule

Non-Credit Chinese Courses Schedule (FALL 2016)
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
3:00 pm –  4:00 pm Survival Chinese Chinese Business Culture & Etiquette Survival Chinese Chinese Business Culture & Etiquette