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Outcomes - B.A., Asian Studies

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Asian Studies Undergraduate Program Goals

  1. Academic Goals
  • Students will acquire a solid foundation to understanding Asian counties including their history, geography, social life, religion, politics, language, literature, and culture.
  • Students will achieve their Asian language skills to the ACTFL Intermediate-High level, the minimum requirement for teacher certification by the State of New Jersey Department of Education.
  • Students will enhance their understanding of Asia through various research projects.
  • Students will learn the essential tools for college life and beyond by participating in study abroad and various internship programs.
  • Students will effectively use library, databases, and technology resources for the investigation of specific topics.
  • Students will critically analyze and evaluate issues on Asia and the international society.
  • Students will write and speak intelligently about ideas and arguments during presentations by utilizing the latest technological tools.
  • Students will conduct research independently as well as collaboratively with other colleagues.
  • Students will apply knowledge and skills responsible to civic, social and/or global issues.
  1. Career Goals
Depending on their specific career path, students majoring in Asian Studies will be well suited for the following:
  • Students will attend graduate school in history, literature, international relations, political science, philosophy, religion, sociology, anthropology, second language acquisition, MBA program, or related fields.
  • Students will attend law school specializing in immigration law, intellectual property law, criminal law, corporate law, and other specialized disciplines.
  • Students will work at various government agencies at the international, national, and local level.
  • Students will work at K-12 educational institutions as an Asian language and/or world history teacher.
  • Students will work at corporate companies in the U.S. and Asian countries.
  • Students will teach English and American culture in Asian countries.
  • Students will succeed in one's professional pursuits and continue intellectual development beyond undergraduate study.
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