This program is designed to provide students with skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Japanese. It also gives students a greater understanding of Japanese culture and civilization and prepares them for greater international and domestic career opportunities. For the suggested sequence of courses to be taken, and/or for assistance in transferring to a four-year institution, students should consult the Counseling Center or the Department of World Languages.
Foreign Broadcast Specialist1
Teacher / Professor1
Translator / Interpreter1
United Nations Guide
Bachelor’s Degree or higher required.
The Program-level Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) below are outcomes that students will achieve after completing specific degree / certificate requirements in this program. Students will:
- Utilize more complex vocabulary and grammatical structures to communicate and discuss hypothetical situations dealing with nature, city, life, health, and well-being, professions and occupations, the arts, current events, and politics.
- Utilize more complex vocabulary and grammatical structures to write about situations dealing with nature, city, life, health and well-being, professions, and occupations, the arts, current events, and politics.
- Use language and vocabulary skills developed in class to read, analyze, and interpret authentic texts.
Associate Degree Major Requirements
|JAPN-250||Conversational Japanese I||3|
|JAPN-251||Conversational Japanese II||3|
|JAPN-149||Japanese Culture and Civilization||3|
|or HIST-137||History of East Asia|
Plus General Education and Elective Requirements