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History

  • Policy Number: SP.02.021
  • Version: Original
  • Drafted By: Rainer Buschmann, Renny Christopher, Irina Costache, Paul Rivera, Ashish Vaidya, Kevin Volkan, Ching-Hua Wang
  • Approved By: Richard R. Rush
  • Approval Date: 4/9/03
  • Effective Date: 4/9/03
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Purpose

The minor in Asian-Pacific Studies gives students exposure to the cultures, histories, literatures, philosophies, politics and psychologies related to the study of the Asian-Pacific region. The minor in Asian-Pacific Studies is appropriate -for students interested in understanding the diverse perspectives and influences, traditional and modern, emanating from this part of the world.

Background

The minor in Asian-Pacific Studies provides an excellent introduction to the tools, methods and theories relevant to this field. Exposure to these characteristics of Asian-Pacific Studies will enhance a student's ability to perform in many careers, including profit and non-profit sectors. The Asian­ Pacific Studies minor also provides background which may be helpful for entry into masters, doctoral, and professional graduate programs in the humanities, social and behavioral sciences.

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