A dynamic program strong in cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary research and teaching
The graduate program in Asian Civilizations provides preparation for doctoral study in a variety of disciplines. It is also of interest to students with nonacademic career plans for whom graduate-level work in an Asian language and culture would be useful. Students in professional programs are encouraged to consider working toward a concurrent degree in Asian Civilizations.
By the end of the final semester in residence, students are expected to demonstrate, either by departmental examination or the successful completion of courses at the appropriate level, advanced competence in Chinese or Japanese, defined generally as corresponding to the fourth-year level of language course work in Chinese or Japanese.
Master of Arts in Asian Civilizations
The M.A. in Asian Civilizations is a graduate program where students...
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