Undergraduate Asian Studies
2014 Summer Term
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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN CHINA
Asian Studies 472
This course exposes students to the breadth of Chinese government and politics. It briefly overviews the traditional Chinese system, its breakdown, and the rise of communism. It also overviews a more detailed treatment of the characteristics and major events of the communist era.
INTERNSHIP IN JAPANESE CULTURE
Asian Studies 493
To understand Japanese culture, students participate in an approved, supervised work experience in Japan for one month or more, or in an approved Japanese-intensive work setting in the U.S. over two months. Cultural awareness training is required prior to the internship, and both written and oral reports are required afterward.