Japan is not only one of the world's great economic powers, it is also a country steeped
in centuries of tradition, art, history and culture. The Japanese language, spoken
by more than 100 million people in all corners of the world, is the key to understanding
and working within Japanese society.
Whether you are planning a career in International Business, the Foreign Service, Travel and Tourism or Education, Japanese will be extremely useful. The US Office of Educational Research and Improvement strongly urges students to study Japanese as an invaluable tool for success in many professions.
|Subject & Number||Title||Units|
|Japanese 120||Introductory Japanese I||5|
|Japanese 121||Introductory Japanese II||5|
|Japanese 149||Japanese Culture & Civilization||3|
|Japanese 196 A/B/C/D||Community Service Learning Experience (CSLE)||1-4|
|Japanese 220||Intermediate Japanese III||5|
|Japanese 221||Advanced Japanese IV||5|
|Japanese 250/251||Conversational Japanese I & II||3|
|Japanese 199||Special Studies/Projects||1-3|
|Japanese 299||Selected Topics||1-5|