Japanese Studies, Minor
Minoring in the Japanese program will give students foundational knowledge needed to pursue a career involving this important Pacific Rim nation. Students will be equipped with linguistic and cultural skills and be prepared in a variety of endeavors, such as international business, law, government service, journalism, teaching, and other careers involved with public affairs.
|JAPANSE 2C||Intermediate Japanese (or equivalent)|
|EAS 55||Introduction to East Asian Cultures|
|C. One upper-division course in Japanese history|
|D. One upper-division course on Japan, offered by the School of Social Sciences 1|
|E. One upper-division course on Japan, offered by the School of Humanities 1|
|F. Select three courses from the East Asian Studies offerings on Japanese topics, one of which may be lower-division.|
A list of approved courses can be viewed on the East Asian Studies website.
Residence Requirement for the Minor: A minimum of four upper-division courses required for the minor must be completed successfully at UCI. By petition, two of the four may be taken through the UC Education Abroad Program, providing course content is approved in advance by the appropriate department chair.