Asian Studies Classes
Program Contact: Ron Ross
As part of the process of pursuing the Asian Studies Focus Award, students are encouraged to work with an Asian Studies committee member as a mentor. For more information on the award and to connect with a mentor, contact Bryan Hull or Ron Ross.
To receive the Asian Studies Focus Award, a student will complete at least 16 credits from the following choices, which must:
- Include no more than two courses from one discipline (e.g. Art, Japanese, Literature)
- Cover more than one geographic area of Asia
- Include no more than one general course, in which the student should focus on Asian topics (ATH 103; BA 203; GEO 107; MUS 108; PS 204; PS 205; R 210; SP 140; WS 201)
Although only two courses from one discipline may apply toward the award, we encourage and wholeheartedly support taking two full years of an Asian language.
To receive this focus award, go to the English and World Languages Division, Sylvania CT 219.
Course of Study
Courses may be selected from the following list.
The course links will take you directly to the term schedule (either the current term if registration is still active or the upcoming term). If that course is not offered that term, the schedule will say there are no results.
|ATH 103||Introduction to Cultural Anthropology||4|
|ART 207||History of Asian Art: India||4|
|ART 208||History of Asian Art: China||4|
|ART 209||History of Asian Art: Japan||4|
|BA 203||International Business||3|
|CHN 101, 102, 103||First Year Chinese||5|
|CHN 201, 202, 203||Second Year Chinese (coming in fall 2011)||5|
|CHN 260, 261, 262||Chinese Culture||3|
|COMM 140||Introduction to Intercultural Communication||4|
|GEO 107||Geography of the Developing World||4|
|HST 105||History of India and South Asia Region||4|
|HST 106||History of China||4|
|HST 107||History of Korea and Japan||4|
|JPN 101, 102, 103||First Year Japanese||5|
|JPN 111B, 112B, 113B||First Year Japanese Conversation||1 to 3|
|JPN 150, 151||First Year Japanese||6|
|JPN 211B, 212B, 213B||Second Year Japanese Conversation||1 to 3|
|JPN 201, 202, 203||Second Year Japanese||5|
|JPN 250, 251||Second Year Japanese||6|
|JPN 260, 261, 262||Japanese Culture||1 to 3|
|ENG 207||World Literature: Asian–Indian||4|
|ENG 208||World Literature: Asian–Chinese||4|
|ENG 209||World Literature: Asian–Japanese||4|
|MUS 108||Music Cultures of the World||4|
|PHL 210||Introduction to Asian Philosophy||4|
|PS 204||Comparative Political Systems||4|
|PS 205||Global Politics: Conflict & Cooperation||4|
|WS 201||Women of the World||4|