Asian American Studies, Minor
The Department of Asian American Studies examines the historical and contemporary experiences of Asians in the United States and in a global context. The curriculum seeks to provide an analysis of the cultural, political, and economical organization of Asian American communities. Students are invited to participate and partake in broadening their understanding of multicultural perspectives within U.S. society.
Requirements for the Minor in Asian American Studies
Requirements for the Minor
|A. Three introductory Asian American Studies core courses:|
|ASIANAM 50||Asian American Histories|
|or ASIANAM 51||The U.S. and Asia|
|ASIANAM 52||Asian American Communities|
|or ASIANAM 53||Asian Americans and Race|
|ASIANAM 54||Asian American Stories|
|or ASIANAM 55||Asian Americans and the Media|
|B. Four upper-division courses selected from ASIANAM 100W–169, ASIANAM 199.|
Residence Requirement for the Minor: Four upper-division courses required for the minor must be completed successfully at UCI. Two of the four may be taken through the UC Education Abroad Program, provided course content is approved in advance by the Department.