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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Minor in Asian American Studies


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The interdisciplinary Asian American Studies Minor provides students with focused competence in the histories and contemporary experiences of diverse Asian diasporic communities, including but not limited to those of North America. As one of only a few Asian American Studies programs in the tri-state area, the AASP offers its Minors a unique opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to make meaningful contributions to the city and nation’s growing APA communities.

A Minor consists of a minimum of 12 credits and can be made up of any courses offered by—or cross-listed with—the Asian American Studies Program, excluding  ASIAN 360.02 (East Asia to 1600) and ASIAN 360.03 (China since 1800). No more than 6 Minor credits may be transferred from another institution. Please note that a number of 300-level courses in Asian American Studies may be used to satisfy requirements in the ENGL, POLSC, and WGS majors: see individual courses for details.

 

 

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