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East Asian Studies PhD minor for graduate students

While the University of Wisconsin does not offer a PhD degree in East Asian Studies, students who are pursuing a PhD degree in another department or program may obtain an interdisciplinary minor in East Asian Area Studies by taking a minimum of 12 credits. Advanced degrees relating to East Asia are offered in several departments at the University, including East Asian Languages and Literature, Art History, History, Political Science, Languages & Cultures of Asia (Buddhist studies), etc. Please contact those departments directly for information about their graduate degree programs.

In addition, all graduate level courses offered by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literature may be taken as part of the East Asian Studies Ph.D. Minor.

Specific courses listed for the East Asian Studies Ph.D. Minor can be found here. Students should be aware that although every effort has been made to keep this site up to date, new courses may not be reflected on this list. University of Wisconsin Graduate School regulations concerning the use of cross-listed courses as part of the minor are to be observed when selecting courses.

     


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