Asia

Asian studies concentrators must take four courses from at least three of the following groupings:

Group 1: History of Modern Asia

HIST 6601 Special Topics Seminar

  • Geography and Politics of Afghanistan and South & Central Asia

HIST 6602 History, Memory and Violence in Modern Asia: 1850–present

HIST 6611 Readings Seminar: 20th Century China

HIST 6630 Topics in Korean History

HIST 6641 Modern Southeast Asia

Group 2: Politics and Policy in Asia

A. Domestic Politics, Foreign Policy and Law

PSC 6336 Political Economy of Developing Areas

PSC 6368 Japanese Politics

PSC 6370 Politics of China I

PSC 6374 Korean Politics

IAFF 6302 Taiwan: Internal Development and Foreign Policy

LAW 6543 Law of the People's Republic of China

ENGL 6560 Postcolonialism: Representing Displacement: Gender, Religion and Migration in Postcolonial South Asia and Beyond

B. Security and Military Policy

IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs

IAFF 6186 Special Topics in Security Policy:

  • The Chinese Military

Group 3: International Relations of Asia

HIST 6301 US-Asia Relations

IAFF 6302 Taiwan: Internal Development and Foreign Policy

IAFF 6308 International Relations of South Asia

PSC 6372 Foreign Policy of China

PSC 6475 International Politics of East Asia

PSC 6489 U.S. China Relations

Group 4: Asian Business and Development

ECON 6269 Economy of China

ECON 6271 Economy of Japan

PSC 6336 Political Economy of Developing Areas

PSC 6373 Political Economy of Industrializing Asia