The Asian Studies Program draws on the strength of faculty both in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and in other colleges on campus to provide resources and training in Asian languages, cultures, history, politics and economics. The program strives to provide students with a well-rounded education essential for careers in which knowledge of Asia is vital, promote interdisciplinary research on the Pacific region, and serve as a source of knowledge and expertise for the community.

Second Major in Asian Studies

  • 2000-level Language Competence
  • 21 hours in Asia-related courses:
    • 3-6 hours of Colloquium
    • 15-18 hours of Electives

Minor in Asian Studies

  • 2000-level Language Competence
  • 15 hours in Asia-related courses:
    • 3 hours of Colloquium

Minor in East Asian History and Politics 

  • 5 hours in courses related to East Asian history and political science in order to earn the minor.