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Social Science Courses related to East Asia offered at UW-Madison

Agricultural Economics:

  • 319 International Agricultural Economy
  • 473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia
  • 474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas
  • 542 International Marketing of Primary Commodities
  • 577 Economics of Growth & Class Structure in Low Income Countries
  • 731 Macroeconomics of Agricultural Development
  • 732 Microeconomics of Agricultural Development

Anthropology:

  • 300 Cultural Anthropology
  • 330 Topics in Ethnology
  • 940 Problems in Cultural Anthropology

School of Business:

  • 200 International Business
  • 360 International Business
  • 361 International Marketing
  • 362 Multi-national Business Finance
  • 549 Contemporary Problems in International Business
  • 769 Contemporary Problems in International Business
  • 846 International Operations Administration
  • 848 Foreign Market Potential Analysis

Curriculum and Instruction:

  • 208 Practicum in Teaching
  • 408 Student Teaching in Japanese

East Asian Studies:

  • 691 Senior Thesis, I
  • 692 Senior Thesis, II

Economics:

  • 365 Comparative Economic Systems
  • 390 Contemporary Economic Issues
  • 472 Economic Problems of East Asia
  • 474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas
  • 577 Economics of Growth & Class Structure in Low Income Countries

Engineering Professional Development:

  • 307 Japanese Language and Culture for Professionals
  • 330 Basic Technical Japanese, I
  • 332 Basic Technical Japanese, II
  • 374 Intermediate Technical Japanese, I
  • 375 Intermediate Technical Japanese, II
  • 413 Japanese for Business & Industry
  • 440 Advanced Technical Japanese
  • 457 Science & Technology in Japan
  • 458 Management of Technology in Japan
  • 559 Technology Policy in Japan
Note: EPD courses 330, 332, 374, 375, 413 are cross listed
with East Asian Language and Literature.

Geography:

  • 101 Introduction to Cultural Geography
  • 358 China & Southeast Asia
  • 558 Social Geography of East Asian Cities

History:

  • 103 Introduction to East Asia: China
  • 104 Introduction to East Asia: Japan
  • 106 Invasions & Empires: Central Asia from Genghis Khan to Stalin
  • 336 Social & Intellectual History of China, 1400 BC - 589 AD
  • 337 Social & Intellectual History of China, 589 - 1919
  • 338 Social & Intellectual History of China, 1911 - 1949
  • 341 History of Modern China, 1800 - 1949
  • 342 History of the People's Republic of China, 1949 - present
  • 453 Ancient Japan & the Courtly Society: Pre-history - 12th Century
  • 454 Japan in the Age of the Samurai
  • 455 Japan's Modern Century, 1853 - 1952
  • 456 Pearl Harbour & Hiroshima: Japan, the U.S. & the Crisis in Asia
  • 471 Contemporary Societies
  • 574 Undergraduate Studies in World History
  • 852 Seminar in Pre-modern China
  • 854 Seminar in Modern China
Note: Courses in the History Department may count towards either the
Humanities or Social Science distribution requirements, but not both.

Industrial Relations:

  • 628 Comparative Industrial Relations in Developed Countries
  • 644 Comparative Sociology of Contemporary Capitalism
  • 928 Seminar in International & Comparative Industrial Relations

Journalism:

  • 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations

Law:

  • 872 Legal Issues involving North America & East Asia
  • 940 Law and Contemporary Problems: Chinese Law

Political Science:

  • 106 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • 201 Introduction to Japan
  • 222 Introduction to East Asian Civilization
  • 312 Politics of World Economy
  • 339 Southeast Asian International Relations
  • 342 Japan & World Order
  • 346 China in World Politics
  • 368 Special Topics in Politics of Developing Areas
  • 505 Challenge of Democratization
  • 611 Comparative Political Economy
  • 640 Politics of Japan
  • 642 Political Power in Contemporary China
  • 654 Politics of Revolution
  • 840 Political Economy
  • 860 Totalitarian & Post-Totalitarian
  • 967 Seminar: Asian Politics

Sociology:

  • 628 Comparative Industrial Relations in Developed Countries
  • 644 Comparative Sociology of Contemporary Capitalism
  • 725 Sociology of Economic Change
  • 941 Grassroots Development in the Third World
  • 945 Seminar: Agriculture & the State

 

 

 

     


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