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Japanese

Undergraduate Programs

Certificate in Japanese (code A/STCT03)

This certificate offers students an opportunity to develop spoken and written competency in modern Japanese, and to acquire a broad introduction to various aspects of traditional and modern Japan.

Requirements

  • 1. A bachelor's degree (may be earned concurrently with the certificate);
  • 2. 15 units of upper division level Japanese language courses to be selected from: JAPN 301, 302, 311, 312, 371, 385, 421, 422, 451, 452, 453, 461, 462, 463, 471, 481, 490, 497
  • 3. 12 units of Japan-related upper division work from at least two disciplines. These units must be selected with the approval of a member of the advisory committee from the following approved courses:
    • ANTH 307I, 335, 412I, 413, 490, ASAM 330, 345, A/ST 300I, 301I, 310, 320, 393, 406A, 490, 492, 495I, AH 470A/B, CWL 403, COMM 309, 330, ECON 372, EDSS 450F, H SC 420I, HIST 382B, 383A, 383B, 384, 405, 406A, 406B, 407I, 409, 478, 495, I/ST 317I, 318I, 319I, 478, JAPN 350, 370, JOUR 312, PHIL 306, POSC 362, 363, 371, 378, 469, 489, 497, R/ST 341I, 344, SOC 350, WGSS 401I, 406A.