EAS offers a wide range of courses in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language. Understanding the languages and cultures of these nations—the second (China) and third (Japan) largest economies in the world—is essential for anyone working globally today.
The Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Arizona offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Master of Arts (M.A.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. Training in East Asian Studies affords students important opportunities for careers in teaching, international business, international law, government and diplomatic service, and journalism.
Instruction is offered in a number of disciplines, including Chinese, Japanese and Korean culture, history, linguistics, literature, thought, and women’s studies, Asian humanities and religions, and Asian-American studies.
Noah is an agile achiever who combines his passions as he is gaining fluency in Japanese and studying dance as the language of movement. His long-range goal is to practice medicine.
On November 27th and December 1st, Japan Outreach Initiative (JOI) coordinator Noriko Hayashi held an onigiri making event during Japanese language table. Onigiri, or rice balls, is a Japanese food made from white rice,…
The Chinese Language Program hosted the first Chinese Singing Contest on September 29, which was also the day of the Moon Festival. 12 groups of students at all levels, from CHN 101 to CHN 415, competed in the event. Two students from…
Every year, the Department of East Asian Studies hosts an award ceremony to acknowledge the EAS students for their exceptional performance and hard work during the academic year. On May 5th, 2023, EAS gave out four awards:
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