Undergraduate Course Catalog

Asian Studies

The Asian studies minor is designed to introduce students to the Asian world and traditions and to help them become familiar with diversity in Asian customs and values. This minor equips them with knowledge for careers and citizenship in a global environment.

For more information, call the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at 765-285-1244.


MINOR IN ASIAN STUDIES, 15-17 hours

PREFIX

NO

SHORT TITLE

CR HRS

15-17 hours from:

AHS
ANTH
ASIA
CH


JAPA

GEOG
HIST







POLS


RELS

290
370
400
101
102
or
101
102
354
370
371
488
489
492
493
495
496
394
488
495
290
390

Asian Art (3)
Topics in Old World Cultures (3-6)
Study Abroad (3-9)
Beginning Chinese 1 (4)
Beginning Chinese 2 (4)

Beginning Japanese 1 (4)
Beginning Japanese 2 (4)
Geography of Asia (3)
Foundations Asian Civilization (3)
Tradition & Change Modern Asia (3)
History of South Asia (3)
History of Southeast Asia (3)
History of China to 1600 (3)
History of Pre-modern Japan (3)
Modern China, 1600 to Present (3)
Modern Japan, 1600 to Present (3)
Internatnl Relations in Asia (3)
Gov & Politics of China (3)
Foreign Policy of China (3)
Topics in Asian Religions (3)
Adv Study of Asian Religions (3)


15-17 hrs
Credit in only one language (CH or JAPA) and only two courses in any single department counts toward the minor.

ASIAN STUDIES (ASIA)

400 Study Abroad (3-9)
Study of an intermediate or advanced Asian language(s), literature, and culture(s) in a foreign country where students are immersed within the Asian culture. May include seminars arranged during travel.
    Prerequisite: permission of the program director.
    A total of 9 hours of credit may be earned.