Ba in east asian studies degrees - results 1-10 of 11

  1. BA in East Asian Studies

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • BA

    are required for a major in East Asian Studies (EAS): one required principal course, two core courses, and seven principal courses. In addition to these 10 courses, students are required to take at least two years of an Asian language and a complementary minor. These five components of a major in East Asian studies are described below

  2. Minor in Asian Studies

    Brigham Young University-Provo - Provo, UT

    • Minor

    Emphases: China Studies Emphasis Japan Studies Emphasis Korea Studies Emphasis Minors Asian Studies Course Information Asian Studies (Asian) Courses European Studies Majors BA in European Studies Course Information European Studies (Europ) Courses International Development Minors International Development International Relations Majors BA in International Relations Course Information International Relations (IR) Courses

  3. History

    Central State University - Wilberforce, OH

    • BA

    The History program offers the B.A. degree and Minor in History, with emphases on American, African American, Asian, Middle East, Islamic and global histories, and contributes courses to the Minor in African Studies. Students develop the following skill-sets: critical thinking; multi-cultural and global perspectives; application of historical and other social scientific research methods

  4. History

    Central State University - Wilberforce, OH

    • BA

    The History program offers the B.A. degree and Minor in History, with emphases on American, African American, Asian, Middle East, Islamic and global histories, and contributes courses to the Minor in African Studies. Students develop the following skill-sets: critical thinking; multi-cultural and global perspectives; application of historical and other social scientific research methods

  5. BA in Asian Studies

    Hawaii Pacific University - Honolulu, HI

    • Bachelor's

    The BA in Asian Studies is an inter-disciplinary major which will enable students to develop a grounded and sophisticated understanding of Asia as a region, countries within Asia

  6. Asian Studies

    Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus - Indiana, PA

    • BA

    Asian Studies (B.A.) B.A., Asian Studies College of Humanities and Social Sciences What You'll Do The study of a region has many aspects—from learning the language to studying the

  7. East Asian Studies

    John Carroll University - University Heights, OH

    • Bachelor's

    The East Asian Studies (EAS) Major offers a flexible course of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) that can help prepare students for graduate and professional study and careers in business, government, education, the arts, medicine, the sciences, including computer science, and law, among other areas. Many EAS students combine the EAS Major with

  8. Asian Studies

    Augustana College - Rock Island, IL

    • BA

    TONG XIAO, Professor (Art), Coordinator B.A., Coe; M.F.A., Temple MAJOR IN ASIAN STUDIES. 34 credits, including 200, 449 and 450, 12 credits in Chinese or Japanese language, 12 credits at the 300 level or higher: one in Art History, one in History, one in Religion and one in either Geography or Political Science. The remaining credits, which may include further language

  9. Sociology, Global Studies Concentration, BA

    Bridgewater State University - Bridgewater, MA

    • BA

    Comparative Sociology SOCI 353 - Cities in a Global Context Plus any two courses from the following (6 credits) SOCI 214 - Middle Eastern Societies SOCI 217 - East Asian Societies: China and Japan SOCI 218 - Chinese Society and Culture SOCI 220 - The Developing World SOCI 353 - Cities in a Global Context Plus one

  10. Sociology, Global Studies and Social Justice Concentration, BA

    Bridgewater State University - Bridgewater, MA

    • BA

    Social Inequality SOCI 211 - Homelessness in U.S. Society SOCI 214 - Middle Eastern Societies SOCI 216 - Latin American Societies SOCI 217 - East Asian Societies: China and Japan SOCI 220 - The Developing World SOCI 222 - African World Perspectives SOCI 280 - Genocide and

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