Oberlin east asian studies
East Asian Studies is one of the largest and most interdisciplinary fields of study at Oberlin, focusing on the region that includes China, Japan, and Korea. Students study languages coupled with East Asian history, literature, religion, art history, politics, and anthropology. Our faculty are both scholars and teachers who devote their careers to making important contributions to their disciplines through writing and research. They are committed to undergraduate education and teach everything from first-year seminars to advanced courses. Students who yearn to understand and discover the world beyond the U.
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Program: East Asian Studies - Oberlin College - Acalog ACMS™
This interdisciplinary major program combines language study with coursework in various disciplines. Students may choose a program which. Korean Studies option: This concentration may be completed through coursework at Oberlin and study abroad at an approved institution. Students who enter the program with previous language training are still required to take a minimum of 24 hours to complete the major, even if they place out of first- and second-year language classes. Students proficient in Chinese, Japanese or Korean language must study another East Asian language to fulfill the requirements of the major. The East Asian Studies Program offers the opportunity for study in Japan under the auspices of the following two programs. Students on financial aid should consult the Financial Aid Office before planning to participate in either of these programs.
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Honors and Prizes
Globalization is strengthening our ties with such Asian countries as Japan and China. East Asian studies majors ready themselves through coursework, intense language study, internships, fellowships, and special projects. Majors take two years of language study and five levels of Japanese and Chinese, all of which produces students who are well versed in non-Western cultures and proficient in a language of the region. Our students learn in a nurturing and inspiring environment.
The Honors Program is designed to give deserved recognition to outstanding achievement in the field of East Asian Studies. Covering the two semesters of the senior year, the program is planned as an intellectual exercise focusing upon an area of special interest to the candidate. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation. Students interested in being considered for Honors are encouraged to indicate their interest and discuss the details of the program with any member of the East Asian Studies Faculty. Faculty are encouraged to urge qualified students to consider the Honors Program.