Susan Stebbins, Department of Anthropology
246 MacVicar Hall, (315) 267-2047, firstname.lastname@example.org
Asian Studies is an academic program that allows students to examine Asian cultures from both history and contemporary perspectives. The interdisciplinary nature of the courses encourages an understanding of the distinctive nature of each Asian society with an emphasis on their interconnections on a regional and global level.
A minimum of 18 credit hours required.
All courses are 3 credits unless noted. Credits are divided as follows:
|HIST 225||East Asian Survey|
|Any five of the following with advisement of the Asian Studies Coordinator.* At least nine credit hours must be upper division.|
|ANTH 371||Anthropology of China|
|EDUC 315||Vietnam Cultural/Historical Travel Program|
|HIST 314||Vietnam War|
|HIST 315||Japanese Women’s History|
|HIST 316||Modern China|
|HIST 318||Pre-Modern Japan|
|HIST 319||Modern Japan|
|POLS 432||Politics of Global Inequality|
|CHIN 101||Contemporary Chinese 101|
|CHIN 102||Contemporary Chinese 102|
|CHIN 103||Contemporary Chinese 103|
*Other classes, including Study Abroad, may be deemed appropriate in consultation with the Asian Studies Coordinator.