Certificate in Asian Business & Society
This certificate requires a minimum of 15 credits, but may require more if the Language requirement is not satisfied by examination of oral/aural and reading skills in any Asian language approved by the Asian Studies head advisor.
|ASST 2001||Practical Asian Society and Culture||3|
|IB 2501||Fundamentals of Asian Business 1||3|
|or ASST 2511||Introduction to Asian Business|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|International Monetary Economics|
|Energy, Ecology, and Economy|
|Asian Studies Country Elective|
|See Academic Advising Center for list of approved electives. 2||3|
|Asian Studies Writing Intensive Elective|
|See Academic Advising Center for list of approved courses. 2||3|
|Select one of the following (second semester): 3||4|
|Hindi Elements II|
|Chinese Elements II|
|Japanese Elements II|
|Korean Elements II|
The country of the Asian Studies Country Elective and the Asian Studies Writing-Intensive Elective must match the country of the language studied. For example, if the language requirement is met with Chinese, then courses on China must be chosen for both the Country and Writing-Intensive Electives.
The language requirement may also be satisfied by examination of speaking, listening and interpreting, and reading skills in any Asian language approved by the Asian Studies faculty advisor.
Certificates are awarded only at the time of completion of the bachelor's degree and cannot be awarded either as a stand-alone program of study or after completion of the first bachelor's degree.