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2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Asian Studies, B.A. Major in

The Asian Studies program is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide the student with a broad understanding of the traditional and modern civilizations of East Asia and Southeast Asia. The Asian Studies program offers both major and minor specialization. Study of an Asian language is strongly recommended for all majors and minors, and language courses beyond level 4 may be counted toward the major requirements.

Students majoring in Asian Studies will choose a core of four courses, concentrating on either traditional or contemporary Asia, and also take a seminar as part of the major. To assure that students receive training in a specific discipline, students are required to complete a minor (18 s.h.) in the discipline of their choice, in addition to their Asian Studies courses, as a requirement of the major.

Program Requirements - Total Semester Hours: 30

30 credits in Asian studies and a minor consisting of 18 credits in an academic discipline, distributed as follows:

B. Choose From - Semester Hours: 15

15 additional s.h. in courses chosen from the following:

C. 3 semester hour seminar

D. A Minor, Consisting of 18 Semester Hours, Taken in an Academic Discipline

Courses taken in the major may not be applied toward the minor.

See Also: Complete B.A. Requirements

B.A. Requirements  in HCLAS.