Minor (Asian Studies with emphasis in Japanese, 20 credits)
111, 112 Elementary Japanese. (4, 4)
Introduction to the basic elements of the Japanese language. Practice in understanding, reading, writing, and speaking, with a sufficient number of symbols. Introduction to Japanese culture.
211 Intermediate Japanese. (4)
Review and continued study of language skills. The course will emphasize Japanese culture and civilization. Satisfactory completion of this course fulfills the core foreign language proficiency.
212 Intermediate Japanese. (4)
Review and continued study of grammar together with additional training in understanding, speaking, reading and writing.
271 Individual Learning Project. (1-4)
Supervised reading or research at the lower-division level. Permission of department chair required. Not available to first-year students.
311, 312 Advanced Japanese: Speaking, Reading and Writing (4, 4)
Review and continued development of grammar together with development of skills in understanding, speaking, reading and writing.
371 Individual Learning Project. (1-4)
Supervised reading or research at the upper-division level. Permission of department chair and completion and/or concurrent registration of 12 credits within the department required. Not available to first-year students.
Courses taught abroad
115 Elementary Japanese I Abroad.
116 Elementary Japanese II Abroad.
215 Intermediate Japanese I Abroad.
216 Intermediate Japanese II Abroad.