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East Asian Language (Supplementary)

Can be taken as: Supplementary Minor

The Department of East Asian Studies is committed to offering a rigorous, innovative and interdisciplinary environment in which students learn a variety of critical and historical approaches to the study of East Asian arts, cultures, histories, languages, literatures, media and social practices.

The research expertise of the department’s faculty members spans a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds from anthropology, archeology, art history, ethnic studies, film and media studies, gender and women's studies, history and literature, to religion both institutional and popular. The unique curriculum of East Asian Studies allows students to gain an intellectually rich, historically informed, theoretically sophisticated and materially grounded understanding of China, Japan and Korea as spaces of dynamic formation and transformation, all the while developing proficiency in languages of the region.

The East Asian language Supplementary Minor program offers students who have a background in an East Asian language the opportunity to study this language at the advanced level, including the classical language.

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DETAILED PROGRAM OUTLINE:

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Supplementary Minor Concentration East Asian Language (18 Credits)