• Resources

    Know more about East Asia.

    Koto music. Miyagi Michio (1894-1956) composed this piece called "Tegoto," performed by Kaori

  • Honors Program & Awards

    Qualified EALL majors are encouraged to apply for the departmental honors program, consisting of one additional credit of research

  • Featured Courses

    SUMMER 2020 ONLINE: JPNSE 0007, "Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization."  Instructor: Charles Exley.
    Six-week Session 1: May 11 - June 20,

  • Proud of our April 2020 Grads!

    We are delighted that our students have stuck out this unique term and will be graduating at the end of this special academic year: 

     

  • Career Paths

    Many of our graduates go on to do great things, in such areas as journalism, teaching, museum administration, graduate studies, technology and IT, legal work, library science,

  • Study Abroad & Internships

    Participating in study abroad is one of the best ways to learn the language and culture you’re studying.

  • Scholarships

    Find information on the variety of scholarships that are offered. Find out what might be the best and apply; one thing is certain—if you

  • Showcases

    Our students and faculty produce remarkable works that include papers, books, and other creative and expressive products. Here is a small sampling of some of those products.

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  • Resources

    Know more about East Asia.

    Koto music. Miyagi Michio (1894-1956) composed this piece called "Tegoto," performed by Kaori Kimoto.

    More>>.

  • Honors Program & Awards

    Qualified EALL majors are encouraged to apply for the departmental honors program, consisting of one additional credit of research leading to a thesis or an equivalent summative project.

  • Featured Courses

    SUMMER 2020 ONLINE: JPNSE 0007, "Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization."  Instructor: Charles Exley.
    Six-week Session 1: May 11 - June 20, 2020.   CRN:  21164     flyer

     

  • Proud of our April 2020 Grads!

    We are delighted that our students have stuck out this unique term and will be graduating at the end of this special academic year: 

     

  • Career Paths

    Many of our graduates go on to do great things, in such areas as journalism, teaching, museum administration, graduate studies, technology and IT, legal work, library science, government (military and intelligence agencies), to name a few. Langauge and culture fluency coupled with critical skills, you will open many career doors.

  • Study Abroad & Internships

    Participating in study abroad is one of the best ways to learn the language and culture you’re studying.

  • Scholarships

    Find information on the variety of scholarships that are offered. Find out what might be the best and apply; one thing is certain—if you don't apply, you will not win these awards.

  • Showcases

    Our students and faculty produce remarkable works that include papers, books, and other creative and expressive products. Here is a small sampling of some of those products. Temple Grandin film brochure, Soul Mate film brochure, Frozen film brochure, Korean Politics and Society.  Check back later for more.