Transnational Asian Studies, Certificate
The Transnational Asian Studies Certificate allows students to broadly explore Asia and the Asian diaspora and to gain knowledge of the experiences of people of Asian ancestry.
|Minimum of 15 credits from at least three course prefixes selected from the following list, of which at least two courses must be at the 300-400 level:||15|
|Economics of Pacific Asia|
|Modern East and Southeast Asia|
|Hmong and America|
|The Vietnam War|
|History of China|
|History of Japan|
|Hmong American Experiences in the U.S.|
|Politics of Asia|
|Buddhism: Past and Present|
|Chinese and Japanese Religions|
|Sociology of the Middle East|
|Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.|
|Society in Contemporary China|
Up to 4 credits from Asian language courses:
|Beginning Hmong I|
|Beginning Hmong II|
|Beginning Japanese I|
|Beginning Japanese II|
|Intermediate Japanese I|
|Intermediate Japanese II|
Up to 3 credits from travel abroad courses:
|International Experience in India|
|International Experience in China|
Note 1: With advisor consent, courses such as the following may be applied to this certificate program when a substantial portion of the course covers Asian or Asian American topics: ENGL 230, ENGL 268, ENGL 330, ENGL 368, ENGL 396 /WGSS 396, FLG 150, FLTR 392, HIST 317, HIST 319, IDIS 302, RELS 100, SOC 301, Honors courses, Special Topics courses.
Note 2: A maximum of three credits may be applied to both the student's major and the certificate program.
For advising, see the History Department.