The Department of Asian Studies offers courses with topics arranged under our rubrics of "Literature & Linguistics", "Religion", and "Society & Culture", as well as offering more
broad courses under our "General Education" heading and more specialized courses such as honors or graduate classes. Additionally,associated faculty throughout the university teach
courses exploring issues in the politics, economics, history, culture, and development of different Asian regions. Some of these may be cross-listed with us, but
many courses offered in other departments and not cross-listed still count toward the Asian Studies major. Consult with the DUS for further details or contact email@example.com.
Courses with the prefix ASIAN fall under one of our four main categories (General Education, Literature and Linguistics, Religion, Society and Culture) or our other special
categories (e.g., First-year Writing Seminars, honors, or graduate courses). They are generally taught in English and require no knowledge of any Asian language.
The Department of Asian Studies also offers
Summer Courses and Winter Courses on Asian Studies and Asian Languages. These courses are offered through the
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions. Please note that Asian 2225 Distance Learning, IMPAC and Nepali offered by Asian Studies are listed
under "Special Programs" in the Summer Sessions On-Line Course Catalog, other courses may be listed under 3wk, 6wk, or 8wk sessions.