The Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Arizona offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree with a major in East Asian Studies, as well as minor programs. 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 and Japanese culture, history, linguistics, literature, thought, and women’s studies, Asian humanities and religions, and Asian-American studies.
The Department also offers courses in Chinese and Japanese language.
Program Requirements and Information: Chinese and Japanese
For questions about EAS majors/minors and/or to declare a major/minor, please schedule an appointment here.
You will need to log in with your UAccess information to make an appointment. Your appointment will be made with:
Prof. Maggie Camp
For questions regarding the Language Program ONLY (language class placement, placement exams, etc.), contact:
Feng-hsi Liu (email@example.com), 520-621-5479
Itsumi Ishikawa-Peck (firstname.lastname@example.org), 520-621-4417
For questions about study abroad programs in China, contact:
- Wenhao Diao (email@example.com), 520-621-0106, or
For questions about study abroad programs in Japan, contact:
- Scott W. Gregory (firstname.lastname@example.org), 520-621-1349