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Asia Pacific Studies

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Jeffrey Dippmann (Director)
Language & Literature 337-C
400 E. University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7555
Phone: 963-1830/1190
Email: dippmanj@cwu.edu

 

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                                            Asia/Pacific Studies Courses
                                                           Spring 2014
 ANTH 344 Cultures of Asia                                  M-Thur 11-11.50 (4 credits)
ART 102 Intro to Non-western Art                      M-Thur 11-11:50 (5)                        AST 102 Intro to Asian Studies                           MWF 12-12:50 (3)
CHIN 153 First Year Chinese                                M-F 10-10:50 (5)
CHIN 398 Chinese Characters II                         M-Thur 9-9:50 (4)
CHIN 461 Chinese Cinema                                   MW 2-3.15 & We 3.20-5.50 (4)
HIST 398 Trauma, History and Memory in East Asia                                                                   M-F 11-11.50 (5)
JAPN 151 1st Year Japanese                              M-F 9-9.50 (5)
JAPN 153 1st Year Japanese                              M-F 10-10.50 (5)
JAPN 253 2nd Year Japanese                             M-F 10-10.50 (5)
JAPN 363 Composition, Grammar, & Conversation III                                                                       M-F 9-9.50 (5)
JAPN 442 Translation & Interpretation             MWF 11-11.50 (4)
POSC 366 Gov’t & Politics of East Asia            M-Thur 1-1.50 (5)
RELS 376 Contemporary Religious Thought   MW 12-1.50 (5)
AST 401: A/PS  Capstone (3)                          See Professor Dippmann ARR

Check out our new Asian Business Certificate

The certificate in Asian Business is designed to prepare students for working within the state's emerging Asia-oriented economy. It combines an overview of the nuances of the regional economy with an introduction to Asia's cultural and historical development. Topics will include an introduction to Asian culture and philosophy, corporate-government relations, twentieth-century history, regional development, and export strategies. It can be supplemented with study abroad opportunities and language study. There are two tracks: one for College of Business majors and another for non-business majors.


                   A. Required Courses: 12 Credits
• AST 102 - Introduction to Asian Studies (3 Credits)
• COM 302 – Intercultural Communication (4)
• ECON 101 - Economic Issues (5)
   OR
• ECON 102 - World Economic Issues (5)
   OR
• ECON 201 - Principles of Economics Micro (5)

                  B. Choose One Track Based on your Major

                      Track One for Business majors: 9-10 Credits
• HIST 380 - Modern East Asia (5)
   OR
• ANTH 344 - Cultures of Asia (4)

AND

• POSC 366 - Government and Politics of East Asia (5)
   OR
• POSC 373 - International Politics of the Pacific Rim (5)

                        Track Two for Non-business majors: 10 Credits

Choose 2 of the following courses:
• ECON 360 – Contemporary Economic Problems (5)
• MGT 380 - Organizational Management (5)
• MKT 360 - Principles of Marketing (5)
• HRM 381 - Management of Human Resources (5)


                                              Total Credits: 21-22