MINOR IN EAST ASIAN STUDIES Advisor Roger Thomas Office 134 Stevenson Hall

Minor in east asian studies advisor roger thomas

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MINOR IN EAST ASIAN STUDIES Advisor: Roger Thomas Office: 134 Stevenson Hall Phone: (309) 438-7982 The Minor in East Asian Studies provides an interdis- ciplinary approach to exploring the languages, politics, society, and cultures of countries in East Asia. Two tracks are available: a language track, emphasizing language and culture; and an interdisciplinary track, emphasizing the English; Foreign Languages
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188 socio-political and cultural dynamics of the countries located in the region and their roles in the world. Course requirements: The plan of study must be created in consultation with the East Asian Studies advisor. 24 hours required. Required courses for all students: two-year sequence in an East Asian language; either Chinese 111, 112, 115, and an additional course approved by the advisor, or Japanese 111, 112, 115, 116. Choose one option: Option 1: Language Track : FOR (JPN) 231, 232, and one elective from any elective group. Option 2: Interdisciplinary Track : In consultation with the East Asian Studies advisor, sufficient electives from at least three of the following groups: A. Department of Foreign Language: FOR (JPN) 111, 112, 115, 116, 231, 232; FOR (CHI) 111, 112, 115; B. Department of History: HIS 104.02, 269, 275, 276, 373, 375; C. Department of Politics and Government: POL 140, 245, 345; D. Department of Philosophy: PHI 208; E. Department of Sociology and Anthropology: ANT 294; F. School of Music: MUS 275.01; G. Interdisciplinary Studies: IDS 203.10 See course descriptions by department. Other electives, including coursework taken abroad, may be counted toward the minor with prior approval of the minor advisor. MINOR IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 19 hours required. A maximum of 9 hours may overlap with a major in English or Foreign Languages. Foreign Language requirement (4 hours): FOR 116 or equivalent. Required core (3 hours): ENG/FOR 256. Core Comparative Literature electives (6 hours) 2 of the following: ENG/FOR 257, 258, 259. Foreign Language literature course (3 hours): 1 of the following FOR courses: FR 220, 221, 222; GER 211, 222; LAT 221, 222; SPA 233, 323, 324, 325 or any FOR literature course at the 300-level. Elective (3 hours) 1 of the following: ENG/FOR 257, 258 or 259 (if not used to fulfill the core requirement); a second FOR literature course from the list above; ENG 252, 255 or 352. Minimum 2.50 GPA in FOR 111-116. MINOR IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (FLES) For advisement, please contact the Department of Foreign Languages. The Minor in Foreign Languages in the Elementary School (FLES) is designed primarily for Elementary Educa- tion majors who plan to teach a foreign language as part of the elementary school curriculum. Students take courses in a single target language and a course in FLES methodology, including practicum experience. Completion of the minor constitutes completion of the 18 hour area requirement for Elementary Education. A minimum of 23 and a maximum of 31 hours required.
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