Graduate Courses

Because the program is interdisciplinary, East Asian courses in other departments (e.g., History, Sociology, History of Arts and Architecture, etc.) are an crucial ingredient of the IDMA program. Speak to the Director  of Graduate Studies (Kun Qian) and find out which courses count toward your degree. EALL courses below will help you build a strong intellectual foundation for graduates studies. While language courses numbered 1000 and above carry graduate credits, they do not count toward your degree requirement.

Chinese Courses

Language:

  • CHIN 1020 Third Year Chinese 1
  • CHIN 1021 Third Year Chinese 2
  • CHIN 1040 Literary Chinese 1
  • CHIN 1041 Literary Chinese 2
  • CHIN 1700/2700 Translation: Theory and Practice
  • CHIN 1901 Independent Study

Literature/Culture/Language Studies:

  • CHIN 1025/2025 Aspects of the Chinese Language
  • CHIN 1027/2027 Chinese as a Second Language
  • CHIN 1041/2041 Literary Chinese II: Classical
  • CHIN 1047/2047 Chinese & Western Poetry
  • CHIN 1083/2083 Masterpieces in Chinese Literature: Premodern
  • CHIN 1084/2084 Masterpieces in Chinese Literature and Film
  • CHIN 1085/2085 Introduction to East Asian Cinema
  • CHIN 1087/2087 Introduction to Chinese Narrative
  • CHIN 1088/2088 New Chinese Cinema
  • CHIN 1089/2089 The World of China
  • CHIN 1090/2090 Great Minds of China
  • CHIN 1700/2700 Translation: Theory and Practice
  • CHIN 1908 Directed Writing for Majors
  • CHIN 2000 Reserch & Thesis for M.A.
  • CHIN 2902 Directed Study

Japanese Courses

Language:

  • JPNSE 1020 Third Year Japanese 1
  • JPNSE 1021 Third Year Japanese 2
  • JPNSE 1040 Introduction to Classical Japanese 1
  • JPNSE 1050 Fourth Year Japanese 1
  • JPNSE 1051 Fourth Year Japanese 2

Literature/Culture:

  • JPNSE 1022/2022 History of the Japanese Language
  • JPNSE 1023/2023 Aspects of the Japanese Language
  • JPNSE 1025/2025 Exploring the Japanese Language and Mind
  • JPNSE 1035/2035 Pragmatics of Japanese
  • JPSNE 1045/2045 Language of Japanese Aesthetics
  • JPNSE 1056/2056 Japanese Literature and the West
  • JPNSE 1057/2057 Japanese Culture & Society through Cinema
  • JPNSE 1058/2058 Westerns & Samurai Films
  • JPNSE 1059/2059 Japanese Literature on Screen
  • JPNSE 1065/2065 Detective Fiction
  • JPNSE 1071/2071 The World of Japan
  • JPNSE 1080/2080 Ghosts, Masks and Actors
  • JPNSE 1081/2081 Forms of Japanese Theatre
  • JPNSE 1085/2085 Introduction to East Asian Cinema
  • JPNSE 1700/2700 Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Translation

Korean Courses

Category I: Language Courses

  • KOREAN 1005 Third Year Korean 1 (4 cr.)
  • KOREAN 1006 Third Year Korean 2 (4 cr.)

Category II: Non-Language Courses

  • KOREAN 1023/2023 Aspects of the Korean Language (3 cr.)
  • KOREAN 1060/2060 Language and Society in Korea (3 cr.)

East Asian Studies Courses (courses specific to graduate studies)

  • EAS 2000 Research and Thesis for MA degree
  • EAS 2005 Critical Approaches to East Asia
  • EAS 2701 Reading Japanese 1
  • EAS 2702 Reading Japanese 2
  • EAS 2902 Directed Study
  • EAS 2990 Independent Study