Sep 27, 2021  
2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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Asian Studies Major


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Degree Requirements


General Education Requirements


First-Year Seminar - Total Credits: 2-3


English Composition - Total Credits: 6


Second - Year Seminar - Total Credits: 3


Constitutions - Total Credits: 4-6


Mathematics - Total Credits: 3


Distribution Requirement: Humanities and Fine Arts



  • Life and Physical Sciences and Analytical Thinking - Total Credits: 9-10


  • and two courses from life and physical sciences category; at least one must be a lab.

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  • Social Science - Total Credits: 9

Multicultural and International


(see note 1 below)

Additional Degree Requirements


Electives - Total Credits: 29-33


Total Credits: 120


Notes


  1. Every student must complete a three-credit multicultural course and a three-credit international course. Courses satisfying other requirements may simultaneously satisfy the multicultural and international requirements, except one course cannot satisfy both the multicultural and the international requirements.
  2. Courses taken in any one Asian language with a grade of C or better may be applied toward the needed electives with a total of eight to ten credits for the major and three to six credits for the minor.
  3. ART 495X may be taken only when the topic is Asian Art. Art Department pre-requisites may be waived for Asian Studies majors for upper division Asian Art courses by permission of instructor.
  4. For SW 461 and SW 471 in group 4, please see academic advisors regarding appropriate topics and number of credits needed.

Committee:


Kathleen Bergquist, Program Chair (Social Work)
Jonathan Strand, Program Chair (Political Science)
Jiemin Bao (Anthropology)
Ying Bao (Foreign Languages)
Kathleen Berquist (Social Work)
Sue Fawn Chung (History)
Mel Jameson (Finance)
William Jankowiak (Anthropology)
Louisa McDonald (Art)
Satish Sharma (Social Work)
William Smith (Environmental Studies)
Jonathan Strand, (Political Science)

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