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Certificate in Asian Studies

A student may earn a Certificate in Asian Studies with a concentration on China, Japan, India, or Southeast Asia. Where applicable, courses used to meet the certificate requirements also may be used to satisfy the General Education requirement and the major and teaching minor requirements of the cooperating departments. Students may only pursue the certificate program in combination with a CSULB degree program.

Requirements

1. A bachelor's degree, with a major in a discipline other than Asian Studies. May be completed concurrently;

2. A minimum of two semesters or its equivalent of an approved Asian language which is to be selected in accordance with the area of concentration;

3. Take all of the following:

  • A/ST 306 Traditional Asia (3)
    Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements, one or more Exploration courses, and upper-division standing.
  • A/ST 307 Modern Asia (3)
    Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements, one or more Explorations courses, and upper-division standing.

Take 12 units of upper-division work divided among two or more disciplines. These are to be selected in accordance with the area of concentration and in consultation with the student's advisor. No more than 6 units in any one discipline shall apply towards the Certificate.


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