Chinese

Chinese grammar is not as complicated as that of many European languages. When learning Mandarin Chinese, you will not study verb conjugation (no tenses!) or distinctions of plurals and gender. It's not as hard as you may think!

Waubonsee offers Elementary Chinese I & II during alternating semesters at Waubonsee's Sugar Grove Campus. Learning the language of the Chinese people will enhance your appreciation of this country's awe-inspiring history and culture.

The Language of Business
With the second largest economy in the world, China holds a prominent place in the current global market. Many U.S. companies have developed long-term investments in China, prompting American businessmen and women to learn more about its language and culture. If you hold aspirations toward a career in business, learning Mandarin will provide an advantage in a competitve job market.