Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
Effective as of Fall 2021
Upon completion of the East Asian Studies certificate program, students will gain proficiency in East Asian history and Chinese or Japanese language with intercultural and international business skills. Students will be able to pursue careers in the following capacities: employment in multicultural and international corporations, work at a local company related to East Asia like Fuyao Inc. or Honda Inc., be part of the foreign services, military service, judicial system, or in language translation, work as a consultant in fields like international politics, financial advisor for Asian markets, international marketing specialist, teaching at schools or universities or become a politician or a community leader.
All component classes are either OTM or TAG compliant.
|COM 2245||Intercultural Communication||3|
|HIS 2217||Survey of East Asian History||3|
|MAN 1110||International Business||3|
|CHN 1101 (Elementary Chinese I) AND CHN 1102 (Elementary Chinese II) OR JPN 1101 (Elementary Japanese I) AND JPN 1102 (Elementary Japanese II)||8|