The graduate certificate in East Asian Studies requires a minimum of eighteen credit hours consisting of six courses. Those six courses must be taken in at least 3 different disciplines. One of the six courses may be a course on comparative politics, economic theory, literature of the region, international business, or other approved elective course. Students may take other courses not on the list of suggested courses with the approval of the student services.
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ECON 269 Economy of the People's Republic of China.
Prerequisite: Intermediate macro and micro economics or Econ 217 and 218.
ECON 270 Economy of the People's Republic of China.
Prerequisite: Intermediate macro and micro economics or Econ 217 and 218, and Econ 269 or permission of instructor.
ECON 271 Economy of Japan
Prerequisite: Intermediate macro and micro economics.
ECON 295 Special Topics
HIST 187 History of Modern China
HIST 253/54 Readings Seminar: History of Sino-Soviet Relations
HIST 259/60 Research Seminar: Problems in US-Soviet-Chinese Relations. Prerequisite: Hist 254 or 255 or permission of instructor.
HIST 289 Readings/Research Seminar: Modern Japanese History
HIST 295 Late Imperial China
HIST 296 20th Century China
HIST 101/297 Special Topics.
PSC 170 Governments and Politics of Northeast Asia
PSC 175 International Relations of Northeast Asia
PSC 270 Politics of China
PSC 271 Politics of China II – Prerequisite: Psc 270 or equivalent
PSC 272 Foreign Policy of the People's Republic of China
PSC 274 Governments and Politics of Japan and Korea
PSC 275 International Politics of East Asia
PSC 288/89 Special Topics.
IAFF 190/290 Special Topics
SOC 182 Social Institutions of Contemporary China
SOC 181/252 Selected Topics
SOC 253 Topics in Contemporary Chinese Society
Refer to the current course schedule or the Office of Academic Advising and Student Services for a list of special topics courses that may apply to your certificate program.