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Introduction to the Master’s Degree Programs of the School of Chinese Language and Literature at Beijing Normal University

(Examples from the First Semester, 2008-2009)

1、 Institute of Classical Chinese Studies (includes research on Chinese Philology, Exegetics, Classical Chinese Grammar, and Phonology)
Chinese Philology
Reading Literature

2、Institute of Modern Chinese (includes the major research areas: Modern Chinese Grammar and Rhetoric, Modern Chinese Language Vocabulary, and Modern Chinese Phonetics and Dialects)
Modern Chinese Phonetics

3、 Institute of Literature and Art (includes Chinese Ancient Literary Theory, Western Literary Theory, Basic Theory of Literature, Popular Culture, and Literary Aesthetics)
Special Topics in Literature and Art
Introduction to Folklore Art
Special Topics in Marxism and Modern Aesthetics
Special Topics in the History of Chinese Aesthetics

4、Institute of Ancient Chinese Literature (includes five major research areas: Pre-Qin and Han Dynasty Literature, Tang and Song Dynasty Literature, Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasties Literature, Chinese Ancient Literature Book Collation and Study, and History of Ancient Chinese Literary Criticism)
Classical Chinese Literature
Introduction to the History of Ancient Chinese Literature

5、Institute of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature (includes four major research areas: Modern Literature, Contemporary Literature, Children's Literature, and Drama and Film Literature)
Special Topics in Contemporary Chinese Literature
Special Topics in the History of Modern Chinese Literature
Theoretical Research on Children's Literature

6、Institute of Comparative Literature and World Literature (includes three major research areas: Theory of Comparative Literature, Literature of Europe and America, and Oriental Literature)
Basic Theory of Comparative Literature
Theories of Comparative Literature and Modern Literature

7、Institute of Folklore and Cultural Anthropology (includes three major research areas: Folk Art, Folklore, and Cultural Anthropology)
Introduction to Folklore
Principles of Sociology

8、Institute of Folklore and Social Development (includes five major research areas: Historical Folklore, Modern Folklore, Digital Folklore, Gender Studies, and Technological Folklore)
Modern Folklore
Historical Folklore

9、Institute of Journalism and Communication (includes three major research areas: Editing and Publishing, Communication, and Journalism)
Media and Popular Culture
Special Topics in Copyright Law
Special Topics in Western Communication Theory

10、Institute of Language Education (includes two major research areas: Language Education at Primary and Secondary Schools, and College Language Education)
The History of Language Education
Psychology in Language Education

11、Institute of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (includes five major research areas: Phonetics and Phonology, Semantics, Syntax, Historical Linguistics, and Applied Linguistics)
Introduction to General Linguistics
History of Linguistics

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