Students can pair the Asian studies combined major template with another combined major template to integrate expertise in another field with a depth of knowledge and understanding of Asia. The curriculum consists of ten classes. With the exception of the electives, the requirements (required courses, language, and time abroad) are the same as for the major.
One popular combined major in this program is a B.A. in History and Asian Studies. Find the requirements in the course catalog linked here.
East Asian Studies (ASNS 1150): This introductory course focuses on East Asia as a region and focuses on the transformations that have occurred there in the past two thousand years. This course currently takes place every semester, and is cross-listed with History.
The Origins of Today (HIST 1215): This introductory course emphasizes large-scale patterns, long-term changes, and interconnections of world history. It is included in the major to emphasize Asia’s place within the world.
One course on Asia in Global context. See list of applicable courses at the course catalog.