Gain breadth of understanding of historical and contemporary Asia and the major cross-regional issues.
Demonstrate depth of understanding in the arts, history, religions, politics, economics, literature or social/cultural practices of one Asian country through study of primary and secondary texts, living and learning abroad, and developing proficiency in the relevant language.
Demonstrate proficiency with the approach and fundamentals of the methodology and theoretical paradigms associated with the relevant disciplinary approach.
Deploy critical research skills and analytical understanding in a rigorous capstone project that involves applying relevant methodological and theoretical approaches to original research conducted by the student.
Asian Studies is located in room 214 of Fields Center on the Undergraduate Campus.