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Major: Japanese (Discontinued)
Last date to declare Chinese or Japanese major is April 17, 2001 | Current Requirements for Asian Studies major
Prerequisites to the Major. Japanese 102 or 361.
Major Requirements. Majors will be required to take a minimum of 38 additional credits. These 38 credits must include at least two departmental courses in literature in translation (Japanese 402 and one of Japanese 401 or 400), 20 credits of language courses beyond the first-year level (equivalent to the third-year level), and six credits in social science or humanities courses relating to East Asia. Six additional credits are required, composed either of additional cognates or advanced language courses (Japanese 407/408 or 461). Possible cognate courses may be found in Anthropology, Comparative Literature, Economics, History, History of Art, Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, Sociology, and Women's Studies and in the schools of Architecture and Urban Planning, Business Administration, Education, Law, Music, and Natural Resources and Environment.
Honors Plan: Candidates for the Honors major must complete all regular requirements for the major, maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 and at least 3.5 in courses elected as part of a plan for the major. They must also demonstrate the ability to do original work by writing an Honors thesis and must elect Japanese 391 and 392 and, if possible, Japanese 393 and 394. Recommendations for the designation of "Honors," "high Honors," and "highest Honors" in Japanese are made on the basis of the student's performance in the Honors course and the quality of the student's Honors thesis.
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