B.A. in Japanese 48 months Undergraduate Program By University of Utah |Top Universities
Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Modern LanguagesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Required Courses: JAPAN 3040 - Third-Year Japanese or JAPAN 3060 - Third-Year Japanese JAPAN 3410 - Teaching Japanese as a Second Language JAPAN 3510 - Commercial Japanese I JAPAN 3520 - Commercial Japanese II JAPAN 4560 - Newspaper Japanese JAPAN 5290 - Structure of Japanese: Syntax JAPAN 5291 - Japanese Linguistics: Language and Society JAPAN 4550 - Japanese Civilization JAPAN 4610 - Survey of Japanese Literature: Modern Period JAPAN 4630 - Survey of Japanese: Women's Literature JAPAN 4660 - Contemporary Japanese Literature: The Fiction and Poetry of Japan Today JAPAN 4680 - Modern Japanese Literature in Translation JAPAN 4710 - Classical Japanese JAPAN 3330 - Third-Year Conversational Japanese JAPAN 3710 - Intensive Business Japanese JAPAN 3950 - Service-Learning in Japanese JAPAN 4330 - Fourth-Year Conversational Japanese JAPAN 4520 - Intensive Business Japanese JAPAN 4880 - Directed Readings JAPAN 4900 - Special Topics

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Required Courses: JAPAN 3040 - Third-Year Japanese or JAPAN 3060 - Third-Year Japanese JAPAN 3410 - Teaching Japanese as a Second Language JAPAN 3510 - Commercial Japanese I JAPAN 3520 - Commercial Japanese II JAPAN 4560 - Newspaper Japanese JAPAN 5290 - Structure of Japanese: Syntax JAPAN 5291 - Japanese Linguistics: Language and Society JAPAN 4550 - Japanese Civilization JAPAN 4610 - Survey of Japanese Literature: Modern Period JAPAN 4630 - Survey of Japanese: Women's Literature JAPAN 4660 - Contemporary Japanese Literature: The Fiction and Poetry of Japan Today JAPAN 4680 - Modern Japanese Literature in Translation JAPAN 4710 - Classical Japanese JAPAN 3330 - Third-Year Conversational Japanese JAPAN 3710 - Intensive Business Japanese JAPAN 3950 - Service-Learning in Japanese JAPAN 4330 - Fourth-Year Conversational Japanese JAPAN 4520 - Intensive Business Japanese JAPAN 4880 - Directed Readings JAPAN 4900 - Special Topics

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

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