About The Course
Frequently Asked Questions
What will I gain from this course?
This course will equip you with a better understanding of the Confucian tradition and how it has shaped Chinese society and culture over the centuries. It should help broaden your perspective in reflecting on fundamental questions of ethics and culture, which are of critical importance to today’s globalized and technology-driven world.
Do I need to know Chinese to take this course?
No, knowledge of the Chinese language is not necessary. Some key Chinese terms will be introduced, but they do not require prior knowledge of Chinese.
What do I need to take this class?
All you need is a computer with an internet connection, the time to read, reflect, write, and discuss with your peers.
Will I earn a certificate of completion?
Yes, students who successfully complete this course will receive a Statement of Accomplishment.
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