Asian Humanities Minor
The Asian Humanities Minor is designed for students who do not require or are unable to pursue extensive language training, but who still wish to make a serous commitment to the study of Asian cultures. Students may choose, in consultation with the director of undergraduate studies, either a geographic area of focus (China, Japan, Korea, South Asia or Comparative) or a thematic concentration (literary studies, film, media, etc.) to provide focus and depth to their course of study.
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 language credits taken abroad to count towards the minor, students must take the placement test upon return. 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.
|Minor Requirements (7 units)|
|Required Humanities Courses (7 units)|
7 ASIAN_LC courses chosen in consultation with the director of undergraduate studies
At least 3 must be at the 300-level
At most 2 may be relevant courses from outside the department selected from the list of pre-approved courses or in consultation with the director of undergraduates studies.