Minor in Japanese Language & Literature
The Japanese minor covers the foundational concepts in spoken and written Japanese, including both official language and commonly used speech patterns. All minors complete six courses, with topics including pre-modern through present day literature, history and social science, newspapers and documentaries.
Students in the minor are also required to complete four prerequisite language courses before finishing the remaining requirements.
Questions about the Japanese minor? Contact Brendan Morley.
|JAPN 1001||Beginning Japanese I|
|JAPN 1002||Beginning Japanese II|
|JAPN 2003||Intermediate Japanese I|
|JAPN 2004||Intermediate Japanese II|
|Required for the minor|
|Six JAPN courses (18 credits) numbered 3000 or above, at least one of these must be selected from the following:|
|JAPN 4107||Readings in Modern Japanese I|
|JAPN 4108||Readings in Modern Japanese II|
|JAPN 4109||Introduction to Bungo, Literary Japanese|
|JAPN 4110||Readings in Classical Japanese|
|JAPN 4121W||Advanced Conversation and Composition I|
|JAPN 4122W||Advanced Conversation and Composition II|