Courses for Requirements

Summer 2021

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Asian Languages & Cultures Major - all options

Intermediate Language Courses (3rd – fall & 4th semester):

East Asian Languages

Chinese Languages offered through IAPs Tianjin Intensive Chinese Program
ASIALANG 203: Third Semester Japanese, 4cr (T. Nakakubo)
ASIALANG 204: Fourth Semester Japanese, 4cr (T. Nakakubo)*
ASIALANG 205: Third Semester Korean, 4cr (W. Ji, J. Yun)
ASIALANG 206: Fourth Semester Korean, 4cr (W. Ji, J. Yun)*

South Asian Languages
Summer languages offered through SASLI

Southeast Asian Languages
Summer languages offered through SEASSI

ALC Humanities electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (M. Tsoy) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 371 (LEC 001): Villains and Victims, 3cr (T. Goertz) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 371 (LEC 002): Traveling East Asia in Writing, 3cr (C. Welch) Intermediate, Literature

ALC Social Science electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 120: The Art and Science of Human Flourishing, 3cr (S. Anderson) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science**
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3cr (Y. Dong) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN AM 240 (LEC 001): Asian Hollywood, 3 cr. (V. Jew), Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science, Ethnic Studies**
ASIAN AM 240 (LEC 002): Eating Asian America, 3cr (L. Ho), Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science, Ethnic Studies**
ASIAN AM 240 (LEC 003): Transnational Asian American Pop Culture, 3cr (L. Ho), Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science, Ethnic Studies**
GEOG 340: World Regions in Global Context, 3cr (K. Olds) Intermediate, Social Science

* Contact instructor or Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.

Chinese Major & Certifcate

Intermediate Language Pre requisites:

Chinese Languages offered through IAPs Tianjin Intensive Chinese Program

Elementary Chinese cultural studies / Chinese Studies elective (one course):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (M. Tsoy) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3cr (Y. Dong) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 371 (LEC 001): Villains and Victims, 3cr (T. Goertz) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 371 (LEC 002): Traveling East Asia in Writing, 3cr (C. Welch) Intermediate, Literature

Japanese Major & Certificate

Intermediate Language Pre requisites:

ASIALANG 203: Third Semester Japanese, 4cr (T. Nakakubo)
ASIALANG 204: Fourth Semester Japanese, 4cr (T. Nakakubo)*

Elementary Japanese cultural studies / Japanese Studies elective (one course):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (M. Tsoy) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3cr (Y. Dong) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 371 (LEC 001): Villains and Victims, 3cr (T. Goertz) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 371 (LEC 002): Traveling East Asia in Writing, 3cr (C. Welch) Intermediate, Literature

* Contact instructor or Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.

Fall 2021

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Asian Languages & Culture Major

Introductory Course (one course):
ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities

Intermediate Language Course (3rd – fall & 4th semester – spring):

East Asian Languages

ASIALANG 201: Third Semester Chinese, 4cr (W. Zhu)
ASIALANG 203: Third Semester Japanese, 4cr (J. Mori)
ASIALANG 205: Third Semester Korean, 4cr (BJ. Lim)

South Asian Languages
ASIALANG 233: Third Semester Hindi, 4cr (Z. Chowdhary)
ASIALANG 235: Third Semester Modern Tibetan, 4cr (J. Khedup)
ASIALANG 237: Third Semester Persian, 4cr (F. Mirsharifi)
ASIALANG 241: Third Semester Sanskrit, 3-4cr (J. Jones)
ASIALANG 239: Third Semester Urdu, 4cr (M. Asif)

Southeast Asian Languages
ASIALANG 223: Third Semester Filipino, 4cr (K. Ligot)
ASIALANG 225: Third Semester Hmong, 4cr (C. Lee)
ASIALANG 227: Third Semester Indonesian, 4cr (S. Suryani)
ASIALANG 229: Third Semester Thai, 4cr (J. Surasin)
ASIALANG 231: Third Semester Vietnamese, 4cr (TBC)

ALC Humanities electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 253: Japanese Popular Culture, 3cr (A. Kern) Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 300: Yoga: Ancient Philos, Mod Prac, 3cr [FIG only] (G. Buhnemann) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 307: A Survey of Tibetan Buddhism, 3cr (J. Khedup) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 351: Survey of Classical Chinese Literature, 3cr (TBC) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 354: Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 375: Survey of Chinese Film, 3cr (A. Detwyler) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 378: Anime, 3cr (S. Ridgely) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 379: Cities of Asia, 3cr (P. Chopra) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 432: Chinese Linguistics II, 3cr (W. Zhu) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 434: Introduction to Japanese Linguistics, 3cr (J. Mori) Advanced, Humanities
ASIAN 473: Meditation in Indian Buddhism and Hinduism, 3cr (G. Buhnemann) Intermediate, Humanities
LITTRANS 232: Anime (no Japanese required), 3cr (S. Ridgely) Elementary, Humanities**
LITTRANS 261: Survey of Chinese Literature in Translation (no Chinese required), 3cr (TBC), Elementary, Literature
LITTRANS 373: Japanese Ghost Stories (no Japanese required), 3 cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Intermediate, Literature**

ALC Social Science electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 103: Introduction to East Asian History: China, 3-4cr (J. Dennis) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 120: The Art and Science of Human Flourishing, 3cr [Freshman only] (J. Dunne) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 244: Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines, 4cr (M. Cullinane) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3-4cr (A. Detwyler) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 301: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 1-3cr (E. Oh) Intermediate, Social Science**
ASIAN 308: Introduction to Buddhism, 3-4cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 319: The Vietnam Wars, 3-4cr (A. McCoy) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 335: The Koreas: Korean War to the 21st Century, 3-4cr (C. Kim) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ANTHRO 310: Archaeology of East and Southeast Asia, 3cr (N. Kim) Intermediate, Social Science**
ANTHRO 357: Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan, 3-4cr (E. Ohnuki-Tierney) Intermediate, Social Science**
ECON 390 (LEC 002): The Chinese Economy (Econ 101 or 111 required), 3cr (S. Chan) Intermediate, Social Science **
ED POL 150: Education in East Asia, 3cr (R. Liu) Elementary, Social Science**
GEOG 340: World Regions in Global Context, 3cr (K. Olds) Intermediate, Social Science

Capstone (complete one 3cr course):

ASIAN 533: Readings in Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Advanced, Literature*
ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities. Note: students may focus on regions other then Japan in this course.**
ASIAN 621: Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces, 3cr (P. Chopra) Intermediate, Humanities*
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 3cr (E. Oh) – Advanced, Humanities. Note: students who have previously taken ASIAN 301 may not enroll in this course for a capstone option. Students may focus on regions other than East Asia in this course.**
HIST 500: Chinese Law and Society, 3cr (J. Dennis) Advanced, LAS**
HIST 600: Empire & Revolution in Southeast Asia, 3 cr. (A. McCoy) Advanced, Humanities or Social Science***

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.
***Student interested in taking the seminar should send a short email with their (a.) campus ID (for registration); (b.) student status (senior/junior/grad student); (c.) major/discipline; (d.) GPA; and; (e.) reasons for their interest in the class to Professor Al McCoy, for permission to enroll in the course.

Asian Languages & Cultures - East Asian Studies Major

Introductory Course (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities

Intermediate Language Course (3rd – fall & 4th semester – spring):

ASIALANG 201: Third Semester Chinese, 4cr (W. Zhu)
ASIALANG 203: Third Semester Japanese, 4cr (J. Mori)
ASIALANG 205: Third Semester Korean, 4cr (BJ. Lim)

ALC Humanities electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 253: Japanese Popular Culture, 3cr (A. Kern) Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 351: Survey of Classical Chinese Literature, 3cr (TBC) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 354: Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 375: Survey of Chinese Film, 3cr (A. Detwyler) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 378: Anime, 3cr (S. Ridgely) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 432: Chinese Linguistics II, 3cr (W. Zhu) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 434: Introduction to Japanese Linguistics, 3cr (J. Mori) Advanced, Humanities
LITTRANS 232: Anime (no Japanese required), 3cr (S. Ridgely) Elementary, Humanities**
LITTRANS 261: Survey of Chinese Literature in Translation (no Chinese required), 3cr (TBC), Elementary, Literature
LITTRANS 373: Japanese Ghost Stories (no Japanese required), 3 cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Intermediate, Literature**

ALC Social Science electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 103: Introduction to East Asian History: China, 3-4cr (J. Dennis) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3-4cr (A. Detwyler) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 301: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 1-3cr (E. Oh) Intermediate, Social Science
ASIAN 308: Introduction to Buddhism, 3-4cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 335: The Koreas: Korean War to the 21st Century, 3-4cr (C. Kim) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ANTHRO 310: Archaeology of East and Southeast Asia, 3cr (N. Kim) Intermediate, Social Science**
ANTHRO 357: Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan, 3-4cr (E. Ohnuki-Tierney) Intermediate, Social Science**
ECON 390 (LEC 002): The Chinese Economy (Econ 101 or 111 required), 3cr (S. Chan) Intermediate, Social Science **
ED POL 150: Education in East Asia, 3cr (R. Liu) Elementary, Social Science**
GEOG 340: World Regions in Global Context, 3cr (K. Olds) Intermediate, Social Science

Capstone (complete one 3cr course):

ASIAN 533: Readings in Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Advanced, Literature*
ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities. Note: students may focus on regions other then Japan in this course.**
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 3cr (E. Oh) – Advanced, Humanities. Note: students who have previously taken ASIAN 301 may not enroll in this course for a capstone option. Students may focus on regions other than East Asia in this course.**
HIST 500: Chinese Law and Society, 3cr (J. Dennis) Advanced, LAS**

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.

Asian Languages & Cultures - South Asian Studies Major

Introductory Course (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities

Intermediate Language Course (3rd – fall & 4th semester – spring):

ASIALANG 233: Third Semester Hindi, 4cr (Z. Chowdhary)
ASIALANG 235: Third Semester Modern Tibetan, 4cr (J. Khedup)
ASIALANG 237: Third Semester Persian, 4cr (F. Mirsharifi)
ASIALANG 241: Third Semester Sanskrit, 3-4cr (J. Jones)
ASIALANG 239: Third Semester Urdu, 4cr (M. Asif)

ALC Humanities electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 300: Yoga: Ancient Philos, Mod Prac, 3cr* Freshman only (G. Buhnemann) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 307: A Survey of Tibetan Buddhism, 3cr (J. Khedup) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 379: Cities of Asia, 3cr (P. Chopra) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 473: Meditation in Indian Buddhism and Hinduism, 3cr (G. Buhnemann) Intermediate, Humanities
ENGL 177: Literary Bollywood, 3cr (A. Dhawadker) Elementary, Literature**
INTL ST 403: Language and Identity in South Asia, 3cr (S. Beckham) Intermediate, LAS**

ALC Social Science electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 120: The Art and Science of Human Flourishing, 3cr* [Freshman only] (J. Dunne) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 308: Introduction to Buddhism, 3-4cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
GEOG 340: World Regions in Global Context, 3cr (K. Olds) Intermediate, Social Science
HIST 200: Social Justice Movements in Asia, 3 cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science**

Capstone (complete one 3cr course):

ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities. Note: students may focus on regions other then Japan in this course.**
ASIAN 621: Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces, 3cr (P. Chopra) Intermediate, Humanities*
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 3cr (E. Oh) – Advanced, Humanities. Note: students who have previously taken ASIAN 301 may not enroll in this course for a capstone option. Students may focus on regions other than East Asia in this course.**

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.

Asian Languages & Cultures - Southeast Asian Studies Major

Introductory Course (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities

Intermediate Language Course (3rd – fall & 4th semester – spring):

ASIALANG 223: Third Semester Filipino, 4cr (K. Ligot)
ASIALANG 225: Third Semester Hmong, 4cr (C. Lee)
ASIALANG 227: Third Semester Indonesian, 4cr (S. Suryani)
ASIALANG 229: Third Semester Thai, 4cr (J. Surasin)
ASIALANG 231: Third Semester Vietnamese, 4cr (TBC)

ALC Humanities electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 379: Cities of Asia, 3cr (P. Chopra) Intermediate, Humanities

ALC Social Science electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 244: Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines, 4cr (M. Cullinane) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 308: Introduction to Buddhism, 3-4cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 319: The Vietnam Wars, 3-4cr (A. McCoy) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ANTHRO 310: Archaeology of East and Southeast Asia, 3cr (N. Kim) Intermediate, Social Science**
GEOG 340: World Regions in Global Context, 3cr (K. Olds) Intermediate, Social Science

Capstone (complete one 3cr course):

ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities. Note: students may focus on regions other then Japan in this course.**
ASIAN 621: Mapping, Making, and Representing Colonial Spaces, 3cr (P. Chopra) Intermediate, Humanities*
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 3cr (E. Oh) – Advanced, Humanities. Note: students who have previously taken ASIAN 301 may not enroll in this course for a capstone option. Students may focus on regions other than East Asia in this course.**
HIST 600: Empire & Revolution in Southeast Asia, 3 cr. (A. McCoy) Advanced, Humanities or Social Science***

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.
***Student interested in taking the seminar should send a short email with their (a.) campus ID (for registration); (b.) student status (senior/junior/grad student); (c.) major/discipline; (d.) GPA; and; (e.) reasons for their interest in the class to Professor Al McCoy, for permission to enroll in the course.

Chinese Major

Chinese Language courses:

Required language course:
ASIALANG 301: Fifth Semester Chinese, 4cr (H. Zhang)

Advanced language course electives (complete three courses):
ASIALANG 378: Chinese Conversation, 3cr (TBC) Advanced, LAS
ASIALANG 475: Chinese: Reading and Writing, 3cr (T. Zhang)**

Elementary Chinese studies (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 103: Introduction to East Asian History: China, 3-4cr (J. Dennis) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3-4cr (A. Detwyler) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science

Intermediate Chinese studies electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 301: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 1-3cr (E. Oh) Intermediate, Social Science
ASIAN 308: Introduction to Buddhism, 3-4cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 351: Survey of Classical Chinese Literature, 3cr (TBC) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 375: Survey of Chinese Film, 3cr (A. Detwyler) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 432: Chinese Linguistics II, 3cr (W. Zhu) Intermediate, Humanities
ART HIST 411: Modern & Contemporary Chinese Art, 3 cr (Y. Li) Intermediate, Humanities**
ECON 390 (LEC 002): The Chinese Economy (Econ 101 or 111 required), 3cr (S. Chan) Intermediate, Social Science **
POLI SCI 400: Chinese Politics, 3cr (R. Lei) Intermediate, LAS**

Capstone (complete one 3cr course):
ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities. Note: students may focus on regions other then Japan in this course.**
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 3cr (E. Oh) – Advanced, Humanities. Note: students who have previously taken ASIAN 301 may not enroll in this course for a capstone option. Students may focus on regions other than East Asia in this course.**
HIST 500: Chinese Law and Society, 3cr (J. Dennis) Advanced, LAS**

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.

Japanese Major

Japanese Language courses:

Required language course:
ASIALANG 303: Fifth Semester Japanese, 4cr (N. Geyer)

Advanced language course electives (complete three courses):
ASIALANG 376: Japanese Conversation, 3cr (T. Nakakubo)
ASIALANG 451: Advanced Readings in Japanese, 3cr (N. Geyer)

Elementary Japanese studies course (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 253: Japanese Popular Culture, 3cr (A. Kern) Elementary, HumanitiesASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3-4cr (A. Detwyler) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science

Intermediate Japanese studies electives (complete 9 credits):

ASIAN 301: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 1-3cr (E. Oh) Intermediate, Social Science**
ASIAN 354: Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 378: Anime, 3cr (S. Ridgely) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 434: Introduction to Japanese Linguistics, 3cr (J. Mori) Advanced, Humanities
LITTRANS 373: Japanese Ghost Stories (no Japanese required), 3 cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Intermediate, Literature
ANTHRO 357: Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan, 3-4cr (E. Ohnuki-Tierney) Intermediate, Social Science

Capstone (complete one 3cr course):

ASIAN 533: Readings in Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Advanced, Literature*
ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities**
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 3cr (E. Oh) – Advanced, Humanities. Note: students who have previously taken ASIAN 301 may not enroll in this course for a capstone option. Students may focus on regions other than East Asia in this course.**

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.

Chinese Professional Communication Certificate

Chinese Language courses:

Required language course:
ASIALANG 379: Business Chinese – offered in spring term only (or in summer through Tianjin Study Abroad program)

Advanced language course electives (complete three courses):
ASIALANG 301: Fifth Semester Chinese, 4cr (H. Zhang)
ASIALANG 378: Chinese Conversation, 3cr (TBC) Advanced, LAS
ASIALANG 475: Chinese: Reading and Writing, 3cr (T. Zhang)**

Chinese studies elective (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 103: Introduction to East Asian History: China, 3-4cr (J. Dennis) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3-4cr (A. Detwyler) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 301: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 1-3cr (E. Oh) Intermediate, Social Science**
ASIAN 308: Introduction to Buddhism, 3-4cr (A. Hansen) Intermediate, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 351: Survey of Classical Chinese Literature, 3cr (TBC) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 375: Survey of Chinese Film, 3cr (A. Detwyler) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 432: Chinese Linguistics II, 3cr (W. Zhu) Intermediate, Humanities
ART HIST 411: Modern & Contemporary Chinese Art, 3 cr (Y. Li) Intermediate, Humanities**
ECON 390 (LEC 002): The Chinese Economy (Econ 101 or 111 required), 3cr (S. Chan) Intermediate, Social Science **
POLI SCI 400: Chinese Politics, 3cr (R. Lei) Intermediate, LAS**
HIST 500: Chinese Law and Society, 3cr (J. Dennis) Advanced, LAS**

** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.

Japanese Professional Communication Certificate

Japanese Language courses:

Required language course:
ASIALANG 377: Business Japanese – offered in spring term only

Advanced language course electives (complete three courses):
ASIALANG 303: Fifth Semester Japanese, 4cr (N. Geyer)
ASIALANG 376: Japanese Conversation, 3cr (T. Nakakubo)
ASIALANG 451: Advanced Readings in Japanese, 3cr (N. Geyer)

Japanese studies elective (one course):

ASIAN 100: Gateway to Asia: Passion and Enlightenment, 3-4cr (C. D’Etcheverry), Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 236: Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters, 3cr (J. Jones) Elementary, Humanities, Com B
ASIAN 253: Japanese Popular Culture, 3cr (A. Kern) Elementary, Humanities
ASIAN 255: Introduction to East Asian Civilizations, 3-4cr (A. Detwyler) Elementary, Humanities or Social Science
ASIAN 301: Gender Work Family: East Asia, 1-3cr (E. Oh) Intermediate, Social Science**
ASIAN 354: Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Intermediate, Literature
ASIAN 378: Anime, 3cr (S. Ridgely) Intermediate, Humanities
ASIAN 434: Introduction to Japanese Linguistics, 3cr (J. Mori) Advanced, Humanities
ANTHRO 357: Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan, 3-4cr (E. Ohnuki-Tierney) Intermediate, Social Science
ASIAN 533: Readings in Early Modern Japanese Literature, 3cr (A. Kern) Advanced, Literature*
ASIAN 600: Japanese Ghost Stories, 3cr (C. D’Etcheverry) Advanced, Humanities**

* Contact Rachel Weiss for permission to enroll in the course.
** Contact Rachel Weiss for DARS exception to be entered to count this course for major requirements.