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Asian Studies

In addition to meeting the standards and requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, students minoring in Asian studies must complete a total of 21 credits in the field.

Curriculum

Course Requirements

Track A

ASIA 1601 (HIST 1601) History of Traditional Asia
ASIA 1602 (HIST 1602) History of Modern Asia
Plus one additional Asian area studies course
Electives: Completion of 12 credits in one Asian Language, or 12 credits in Asian Area Studies

Track B 

Completion of 18 credits in one Asian language and one Asian area studies course (3 credits)

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