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» Japanese Program

Japanese Studies studentsThe Japanese Studies Program is a vibrant entity in the Department of Languages at Chapman University.  The program actively pursues the advancement and improvement of the Japanese Studies program benefiting the students tremendously.  Each semester at least one upper-division course is offered to facilitate the completion of a Japanese Studies Minor for interested students.

The coursework available within the Japanese Studies program has been developed to span a variety of topics including Japanese communication strategies, business Japanese and Japanese culture and history.  Personal attention to quality education is an essential part of the program and the instructors take pride in the level of achievement of their students.

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Degrees Offered

Minor in Japanese: Requirements for completing a minor in Japanese: 21 credits, at least 15 of which must be upper-division. Students must complete 15 credits from section I, and 6 additional credits from section II, or approved Japanese language/Japan related coursework in a study abroad program in Japan. For more information regarding this program, please see the course catalog.

Minor in Asian Studies: Fostering critical thinking through the engagement and study of Asia in a global world. Learn more!

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