Director: Associate Professor B. Tuon (English)
Faculty: Professors B. Lewis (Economics), J. Madancy (History), J. Matsue (Music), E. Motahar (Economics); Associate Professors M. Dallas (Political Science), M. Ferry (Modern Languages), J. Ueno (Modern Languages), J. Witsoe (Anthropology); Z. Zhang (Modern Languages); Assistant Professors S. Lullo (Visual Arts), R. Mazumder (History); Visiting Assistant Professors D. Nowakowski (Philosophy).
The Asian Studies program provides a broad, interdisciplinary liberal arts education focusing on the language, culture, and the arts of Asia (with emphasis on China and Japan). The courses taken in this program equip students to pursue interest and careers that require exposure to global issues, particularly pertaining to Asia. The major leads to a bachelor of arts degree and our graduates have gone on to careers in business, government service, law, education, the arts, journalism, or further study in graduate school.
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