Japanese Language and Cultural Studies Minor
Acting Coordinator: Kayo Shintaku, Ph.D.
Office Location: Garey Hall 38C
The Japanese Language and Cultural Studies program offers a variety of courses, including language, traditional and popular culture, society, history, and literature. The program represents a cutting-edge intellectual experience that provides its minors with a real advantage in critiquing, understanding, and navigating the global landscape.
MINOR (28 credits)
A minor is open to all students and requires six courses with a maximum of 28 credits.
- GIS team-taught courses and contents courses from other departments with ASN attribute also qualify for JPN electives.
- Courses taken as part of a study abroad will be counted.
- Internship related to Japanese studies may be counted as an independent study.