Home to more than half of the world population, Asia has a rich history and is increasingly playing a more important role in the contemporary world.
Students have the opportunity to design their own focus on a particular “path” of study, i.e., China, Japan, and South Asia. The curriculum leads students from two required introductory courses (History/IS 232 and RS 120) to upper-level electives (9 of the remaining credits must be upper-level).
Internships and study abroad will also be recommended and rewarded with credits within the minor.
To inquire about this program contact:
Yu-Yin Cheng | 646-393-4141 | firstname.lastname@example.org