MSU students interested in Asia can pursue the GLAS major with a concentration in Asian Studies. The GLAS major in the College of Social Science can be pursued by itself or along with another disciplinary minor or major. Students interested in the GLAS major should contact Nicolas Gisholt, email@example.com.
The Department of Linguistics and Languages at MSU offers both Chinese and Japanese majors and minors - http://linglang.msu.edu/. Students interested in these programs should contact:
The Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages
B-331 Wells Hall Phone: 517-353-0740
The Asian Studies Specialization provides an opportunity for students to take courses across a wide variety of disciplines with Asia as the focus of study. Students may earn the Asian Studies Specialization in addition to any MSU major. Successful completion of the specialization is recorded on the student's academic transcript at graduation.
Students can add the Asian Studies specialization by requesting it in the College of Social Science Office of Student Affairs (Room 201), or they can make an appointment for Asian Studies Specialization advising with:
Academic Specialist, Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science
Center for Integrative Studies, College of Social Science
Berkey Hall, 509 East Circle Drive, Room 302v Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1111
Phone: 517-353-3125; Fax: 517-432-1103; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Appointment System: https://www.egr.msu.edu/adcalendar/
Since Fall 2010, the Asian Studies Center supports the advanced study of Asian Languages by MSU undergraduates through Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships. FLAS fellowships is awarded to undergraduate students enrolled in programs combining the advanced study of a modern Asian language (third year and above) with study in an academic or professional area with an Asia focus.
Click here for more information on the requirements of and the application process for the FLAS fellowship.
The Office of Study Abroad offers a variety of study abroad programs in Asia, including the following:
Teachers of Japanese
Technology Resources for Teaching Japanese: Assessment, Self-Study and Authentic Materials
Speaker: Dr. Betsy Lavolette
Saturday, May 16, 2015
8:45 am - 4:00 pm
Room B125 Wells Hall
Register by May 13, 2015
2015 S.C. Lee Winners
First Place: Katelynn Klemm
Second Place: Patrick Mercer
Third Place: Carole Purwanto
Best Papers - Graduate
First Place: Grace Chee
Second Place: Helen Kaibara
Best Papers - Undergraduate
First Place: Caroline Hron-Weigle
Second Place: Joshua Anderson