Advanced Asian Languages Minor

The Advanced Asian Languages Minor (formerly the Asian Languages Minor) is designed for students who wish to gain a high level of proficiency in an Asian language. 

In some cases, courses taken abroad may also be counted towards the minors with the approval of the director of undergraduate studies and pending departmental review.  For more information about the review process, please contact the director of undergraduate studies and refer to the relevant section of the department's website.  For language credits taken abroad to count towards the minor, students must take the placement test upon return. 

Course Title
Minor Requirements (7 units)
Prerequisites:
First and second year language courses in area of focus (or equivalent)
Required Language Courses (5 units)
3 courses in area of focus (Chinese, Hindi-Urdu, Japanese or Korean) at the third-year level
2 courses in the same language at the fourth-year level
Required Humanities Courses (2 units)
2 ASIAN_LC courses in area of focus (China, Japan, Korea, South Asia) chosen in consultation with the director of undergraduate studies