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Asia is the home of the most ancient and longest-lived civilizations the world has witnessed and of most of the world’s present population. Moreover, recent history would be impossible to write without frequent reference to Asia.

Many of the momentous events of modern times can be evoked by the names of Asian countries: Japan, China, Israel, India, Pakistan, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iran, and Iraq. The resolution of many of today’s pressing issues requires an understanding of the needs and interests of the Asian peoples.

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The Asian Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.

A minor in Asian Studies consists of twenty-one (21) semester hours of credit taken from the list of approved courses.  Either Asian Studies 2010 or 2020 is compulsory for the Minor. At least three semester hours of credit must be taken from any two of the four groups of Asian Studies electives. Students must take at least six semester hours of elective credit outside of their major area of study.

Guidelines for Taking Core and Elective Courses

Asian Studies at UPEI is a flexible interdisciplinary program. For this and other reasons, we have developed no formal regulations regarding when you should take the core and elective courses and how you can integrate them. But here are some flexible guidelines:

Most of the elective courses are introductory courses, which can be completed in your second, third, and fourth years at UPEI. You can take the Asian language courses (AS 1010 and AS 1020) in any semester/year we offer them, but we encourage you to complete at least AS 1010 (Introduction to Japanese I) by your second year.

We also encourage you to take core courses (Asian Studies 2010 and 2020) in the first or second year, so that you can have a broad introductory preparation in Asian Studies before taking the electives offered by Religious Studies, Sociology/Anthropology, and Political Studies.

If this is not possible due to your Major requirements and academic schedule, then you may take Asian Studies 2010 and 2020 even in the junior and senior years, while taking some of the electives or after completing them.

The core courses will be offered every other year, alternating with the Japanese language courses: Asian Studies 2010 in the first semester, and Asian Studies 2020 in the second semester. But not all electives are offered every year because the participating departments have their own curriculum needs and plans. Accordingly, try to take the required number of electives as they are offered in different years.

For any questions or further guidelines, see Ms. Susie Jay (Secretary of Asian Studies, Main 330), call her at (902) 566-0480, or e-mail to jay@upei.ca

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The Asian Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.

Asian Studies Core Courses

2010 Introduction to West Asia
2020 Introduction to East Asia
2090 Special Topics
3090 Special Topics
4090 Special Topics
4510-4520 Directed Studies

Asian Language Courses

1010 Introduction to [a selected language] I
1020 Introduction to [a selected language] II

Asian Studies Electives

Language Courses (see above 1010 and 1020)

Peoples and Cultures

Sociology/Anthropology 2120 - Peoples of South Asia

Religion and the Arts

Religious Studies 2210 - Buddhism East and West
Religious Studies 2420 - The Hindu Religious Tradition
Religious Studies 2510 - Japanese Religion and Culture
Religious Studies 2610 - Religion and Philosophy in China
Religious Studies 3210 - Women in Eastern Religions

History and Politics

Political Science 3430 - Comparative Politics of South Asia
Political Science 3630 - Comparative Politics of the Middle East

Prerequisites

The Departments of Political Science, Religious Studies, and Sociology/Anthropology accept Asian Studies 2010/2020 as substitute prerequisites for any of their courses on this list.

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The Asian Studies program is located in SDU Main Building.

Coordinator

Edward Y. J. Chung, Chair

Coordinating Committee

Mian B. Ali, Economics
Ian Dowbiggin, History
Philip G. Davis, Religious Studies
Scott Lee, Modern Languages
Henry Srebrnik, Political Science

Team-teaching Faculty

Edward Chung, Religious Studies
Mian Ali, Economics
George Jia, Economics
Satadal Dasgupta, professor emeritus, Soc/Anth
Other interested professors from participating departments.

Sessional Instructors - core course team-teaching

Callum Beck, Religious Studies and University 100
Laura Lee Howard, Island Studies and Asian Studies

Sessional Instructors - Asian language teaching

Hiro Mitsumura, Asian Studies and Introductory Japanese
Fneghua Wu, Asian Studies and Introductory Chinese

Overview

Asia is the home of the most ancient and longest-lived civilizations the world has witnessed and of most of the world’s present population. Moreover, recent history would be impossible to write without frequent reference to Asia.

Many of the momentous events of modern times can be evoked by the names of Asian countries: Japan, China, Israel, India, Pakistan, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iran, and Iraq. The resolution of many of today’s pressing issues requires an understanding of the needs and interests of the Asian peoples.

Minor

A minor in Asian Studies consists of twenty-one (21) semester hours of credit taken from the list of approved courses.  Either Asian Studies 2010 or 2020 is compulsory for the Minor. At least three semester hours of credit must be taken from any two of the four groups of Asian Studies electives. Students must take at least six semester hours of elective credit outside of their major area of study.

Guidelines for Taking Core and Elective Courses

Asian Studies at UPEI is a flexible interdisciplinary program. For this and other reasons, we have developed no formal regulations regarding when you should take the core and elective courses and how you can integrate them. But here are some flexible guidelines:

Most of the elective courses are introductory courses, which can be completed in your second, third, and fourth years at UPEI. You can take the Asian language courses (AS 1010 and AS 1020) in any semester/year we offer them, but we encourage you to complete at least AS 1010 (Introduction to Japanese I) by your second year.

We also encourage you to take core courses (Asian Studies 2010 and 2020) in the first or second year, so that you can have a broad introductory preparation in Asian Studies before taking the electives offered by Religious Studies, Sociology/Anthropology, and Political Studies.

If this is not possible due to your Major requirements and academic schedule, then you may take Asian Studies 2010 and 2020 even in the junior and senior years, while taking some of the electives or after completing them.

The core courses will be offered every other year, alternating with the Japanese language courses: Asian Studies 2010 in the first semester, and Asian Studies 2020 in the second semester. But not all electives are offered every year because the participating departments have their own curriculum needs and plans. Accordingly, try to take the required number of electives as they are offered in different years.

For any questions or further guidelines, see Ms. Susie Jay (Secretary of Asian Studies, Main 330), call her at (902) 566-0480, or e-mail to jay@upei.ca

Course Structure

Asian Studies Core Courses

2010 Introduction to West Asia
2020 Introduction to East Asia
2090 Special Topics
3090 Special Topics
4090 Special Topics
4510-4520 Directed Studies

Asian Language Courses

1010 Introduction to [a selected language] I
1020 Introduction to [a selected language] II

Asian Studies Electives

Language Courses (see above 1010 and 1020)

Peoples and Cultures

Sociology/Anthropology 2120 - Peoples of South Asia

Religion and the Arts

Religious Studies 2210 - Buddhism East and West
Religious Studies 2420 - The Hindu Religious Tradition
Religious Studies 2510 - Japanese Religion and Culture
Religious Studies 2610 - Religion and Philosophy in China
Religious Studies 3210 - Women in Eastern Religions

History and Politics

Political Science 3430 - Comparative Politics of South Asia
Political Science 3630 - Comparative Politics of the Middle East

Prerequisites

The Departments of Political Science, Religious Studies, and Sociology/Anthropology accept Asian Studies 2010/2020 as substitute prerequisites for any of their courses on this list.

Faculty

Coordinator

Edward Y. J. Chung, Chair

Coordinating Committee

Mian B. Ali, Economics
Ian Dowbiggin, History
Philip G. Davis, Religious Studies
Scott Lee, Modern Languages
Henry Srebrnik, Political Science

Team-teaching Faculty

Edward Chung, Religious Studies
Mian Ali, Economics
George Jia, Economics
Satadal Dasgupta, professor emeritus, Soc/Anth
Other interested professors from participating departments.

Sessional Instructors - core course team-teaching

Callum Beck, Religious Studies and University 100
Laura Lee Howard, Island Studies and Asian Studies

Sessional Instructors - Asian language teaching

Hiro Mitsumura, Asian Studies and Introductory Japanese
Fneghua Wu, Asian Studies and Introductory Chinese

Overview

Asia is the home of the most ancient and longest-lived civilizations the world has witnessed and of most of the world’s present population. Moreover, recent history would be impossible to write without frequent reference to Asia.

Many of the momentous events of modern times can be evoked by the names of Asian countries: Japan, China, Israel, India, Pakistan, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iran, and Iraq. The resolution of many of today’s pressing issues requires an understanding of the needs and interests of the Asian peoples.

Minor

A minor in Asian Studies consists of twenty-one (21) semester hours of credit taken from the list of approved courses.  Either Asian Studies 2010 or 2020 is compulsory for the Minor. At least three semester hours of credit must be taken from any two of the four groups of Asian Studies electives. Students must take at least six semester hours of elective credit outside of their major area of study.

Guidelines for Taking Core and Elective Courses

Asian Studies at UPEI is a flexible interdisciplinary program. For this and other reasons, we have developed no formal regulations regarding when you should take the core and elective courses and how you can integrate them. But here are some flexible guidelines:

Most of the elective courses are introductory courses, which can be completed in your second, third, and fourth years at UPEI. You can take the Asian language courses (AS 1010 and AS 1020) in any semester/year we offer them, but we encourage you to complete at least AS 1010 (Introduction to Japanese I) by your second year.

We also encourage you to take core courses (Asian Studies 2010 and 2020) in the first or second year, so that you can have a broad introductory preparation in Asian Studies before taking the electives offered by Religious Studies, Sociology/Anthropology, and Political Studies.

If this is not possible due to your Major requirements and academic schedule, then you may take Asian Studies 2010 and 2020 even in the junior and senior years, while taking some of the electives or after completing them.

The core courses will be offered every other year, alternating with the Japanese language courses: Asian Studies 2010 in the first semester, and Asian Studies 2020 in the second semester. But not all electives are offered every year because the participating departments have their own curriculum needs and plans. Accordingly, try to take the required number of electives as they are offered in different years.

For any questions or further guidelines, see Ms. Susie Jay (Secretary of Asian Studies, Main 330), call her at (902) 566-0480, or e-mail to jay@upei.ca

Course Structure

Asian Studies Core Courses

2010 Introduction to West Asia
2020 Introduction to East Asia
2090 Special Topics
3090 Special Topics
4090 Special Topics
4510-4520 Directed Studies

Asian Language Courses

1010 Introduction to [a selected language] I
1020 Introduction to [a selected language] II

Asian Studies Electives

Language Courses (see above 1010 and 1020)

Peoples and Cultures

Sociology/Anthropology 2120 - Peoples of South Asia

Religion and the Arts

Religious Studies 2210 - Buddhism East and West
Religious Studies 2420 - The Hindu Religious Tradition
Religious Studies 2510 - Japanese Religion and Culture
Religious Studies 2610 - Religion and Philosophy in China
Religious Studies 3210 - Women in Eastern Religions

History and Politics

Political Science 3430 - Comparative Politics of South Asia
Political Science 3630 - Comparative Politics of the Middle East

Prerequisites

The Departments of Political Science, Religious Studies, and Sociology/Anthropology accept Asian Studies 2010/2020 as substitute prerequisites for any of their courses on this list.

Faculty

Coordinator

Edward Y. J. Chung, Chair

Coordinating Committee

Mian B. Ali, Economics
Ian Dowbiggin, History
Philip G. Davis, Religious Studies
Scott Lee, Modern Languages
Henry Srebrnik, Political Science

Team-teaching Faculty

Edward Chung, Religious Studies
Mian Ali, Economics
George Jia, Economics
Satadal Dasgupta, professor emeritus, Soc/Anth
Other interested professors from participating departments.

Sessional Instructors - core course team-teaching

Callum Beck, Religious Studies and University 100
Laura Lee Howard, Island Studies and Asian Studies

Sessional Instructors - Asian language teaching

Hiro Mitsumura, Asian Studies and Introductory Japanese
Fneghua Wu, Asian Studies and Introductory Chinese

Want more information about Asian Studies? Leave your email address and we'll get in touch!
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Careers: 
Diplomat
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Teacher
Course Level: 
1000 Level
Courses: 
AST-1010 - INTRODUCTION TO A SELECTED LANGUAGE I This course is intended for students with no proficiency in the language. This course provides an introduction to the language in question, through the study of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. It includes numerous oral drills, frequent written exercises, short oral presentations and simple readings. Cross-listed with Modern Languages (cf. Modern Languages 1010. Three hours a week
3 hours credit
ML-1010 - INTRODUCTION TO A SELECTED MODERN LANGUAGE I This course is intended for students with no proficiency in the language. This course provides an introduction to the language in question, through the study of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. It includes numerous oral drills, frequent written exercises, short oral presentations and simple readings. Three hours a week
3 hours credit
Course Level: 
2000 Level
Courses: 
AST-2010 - INTRODUCTION TO WEST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of West Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of the Middle East, central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, covering each region's traditions and historical development. The course also deals with modernization and the impact of Western ideas, values, and institutions on modern West Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2910). Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-2020 - INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of East Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of China, Japan, and Korea, covering each region's traditions and modern developments. This course also introduces Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the impact of Western ideas and institutions on modern East Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2920). Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-2090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 2000 level.
3 hours credit
HIST-2910 - INTRODUCTION TO WEST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of West Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of the Middle East, central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, covering each region's traditions and historical development. The course also deals with modernization and the impact of Western ideas, values, and institutions on modern West Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with Asian Studies (cf. Asian Studies 2010) Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
HIST-2920 - INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of East Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of China, Japan, and Korea, covering each region's traditions and modern developments. This course also introduces Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the impact of Western ideas and institutions on modern East Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with Asian Studies (cf. Asian Studies 2020) Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
Course Level: 
3000 Level
Courses: 
AST-3090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 3000 level.
3 hours credit
Course Level: 
4000 Level
Courses: 
AST-4090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 4000 level.
3 hours credit
AST-4510 - DIRECTED STUDIES These courses may be offered to meet particular student needs or take advantage of special faculty expertise. Three hours a week per course. NOTE: Directed Studies courses from other disciplines with an Asian focus may be accepted for credit towards the Minor with the approval of the Co-ordinator of Asian Studies. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.)
PREREQUISITE: Third or fourth year standing and 12 credit hours in the Department of Asian Studies (prior to taking this course)
3 hours credit
AST-4520 - DIRECTED STUDIES These courses may be offered to meet particular student needs or take advantage of special faculty expertise. Three hours a week per course. NOTE: Directed Studies courses from other disciplines with an Asian focus may be accepted for credit towards the Minor with the approval of the Co-ordinator of Asian Studies. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.)
PREREQUISITE: Third or fourth year standing and 12 credit hours in the Department of Asian Studies (prior to taking this course)
3 hours credit

Calendar Courses

AST-1010 - INTRODUCTION TO A SELECTED LANGUAGE I This course is intended for students with no proficiency in the language. This course provides an introduction to the language in question, through the study of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. It includes numerous oral drills, frequent written exercises, short oral presentations and simple readings. Cross-listed with Modern Languages (cf. Modern Languages 1010. Three hours a week
3 hours credit
ML-1010 - INTRODUCTION TO A SELECTED MODERN LANGUAGE I This course is intended for students with no proficiency in the language. This course provides an introduction to the language in question, through the study of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. It includes numerous oral drills, frequent written exercises, short oral presentations and simple readings. Three hours a week
3 hours credit
AST-2010 - INTRODUCTION TO WEST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of West Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of the Middle East, central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, covering each region's traditions and historical development. The course also deals with modernization and the impact of Western ideas, values, and institutions on modern West Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2910). Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-2020 - INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of East Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of China, Japan, and Korea, covering each region's traditions and modern developments. This course also introduces Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the impact of Western ideas and institutions on modern East Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2920). Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-2090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 2000 level.
3 hours credit
HIST-2910 - INTRODUCTION TO WEST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of West Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of the Middle East, central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, covering each region's traditions and historical development. The course also deals with modernization and the impact of Western ideas, values, and institutions on modern West Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with Asian Studies (cf. Asian Studies 2010) Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
HIST-2920 - INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of East Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of China, Japan, and Korea, covering each region's traditions and modern developments. This course also introduces Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the impact of Western ideas and institutions on modern East Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with Asian Studies (cf. Asian Studies 2020) Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-3090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 3000 level.
3 hours credit
AST-4090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 4000 level.
3 hours credit
AST-4510 - DIRECTED STUDIES These courses may be offered to meet particular student needs or take advantage of special faculty expertise. Three hours a week per course. NOTE: Directed Studies courses from other disciplines with an Asian focus may be accepted for credit towards the Minor with the approval of the Co-ordinator of Asian Studies. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.)
PREREQUISITE: Third or fourth year standing and 12 credit hours in the Department of Asian Studies (prior to taking this course)
3 hours credit
AST-4520 - DIRECTED STUDIES These courses may be offered to meet particular student needs or take advantage of special faculty expertise. Three hours a week per course. NOTE: Directed Studies courses from other disciplines with an Asian focus may be accepted for credit towards the Minor with the approval of the Co-ordinator of Asian Studies. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.)
PREREQUISITE: Third or fourth year standing and 12 credit hours in the Department of Asian Studies (prior to taking this course)
3 hours credit

Calendar Courses

1000 Level

AST-1010 - INTRODUCTION TO A SELECTED LANGUAGE I This course is intended for students with no proficiency in the language. This course provides an introduction to the language in question, through the study of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. It includes numerous oral drills, frequent written exercises, short oral presentations and simple readings. Cross-listed with Modern Languages (cf. Modern Languages 1010. Three hours a week
3 hours credit
ML-1010 - INTRODUCTION TO A SELECTED MODERN LANGUAGE I This course is intended for students with no proficiency in the language. This course provides an introduction to the language in question, through the study of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. It includes numerous oral drills, frequent written exercises, short oral presentations and simple readings. Three hours a week
3 hours credit

2000 Level

AST-2010 - INTRODUCTION TO WEST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of West Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of the Middle East, central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, covering each region's traditions and historical development. The course also deals with modernization and the impact of Western ideas, values, and institutions on modern West Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2910). Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-2020 - INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of East Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of China, Japan, and Korea, covering each region's traditions and modern developments. This course also introduces Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the impact of Western ideas and institutions on modern East Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with History (cf. History 2920). Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
AST-2090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 2000 level.
3 hours credit
HIST-2910 - INTRODUCTION TO WEST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of West Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of the Middle East, central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, covering each region's traditions and historical development. The course also deals with modernization and the impact of Western ideas, values, and institutions on modern West Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with Asian Studies (cf. Asian Studies 2010) Three hours a week.
3 hours credit
HIST-2920 - INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIA This course is an historical introduction to the peoples and cultures of East Asia. It explores the major cultural, intellectual, institutional, social, and religious features of China, Japan, and Korea, covering each region's traditions and modern developments. This course also introduces Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the impact of Western ideas and institutions on modern East Asia. This is a required course for the Minor in Asian Studies. Cross-listed with Asian Studies (cf. Asian Studies 2020) Three hours a week.
3 hours credit

3000 Level

AST-3090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 3000 level.
3 hours credit

4000 Level

AST-4090 - SPECIAL TOPICS Creation of a course code for special topics offered by Asian Studies at the 4000 level.
3 hours credit
AST-4510 - DIRECTED STUDIES These courses may be offered to meet particular student needs or take advantage of special faculty expertise. Three hours a week per course. NOTE: Directed Studies courses from other disciplines with an Asian focus may be accepted for credit towards the Minor with the approval of the Co-ordinator of Asian Studies. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.)
PREREQUISITE: Third or fourth year standing and 12 credit hours in the Department of Asian Studies (prior to taking this course)
3 hours credit
AST-4520 - DIRECTED STUDIES These courses may be offered to meet particular student needs or take advantage of special faculty expertise. Three hours a week per course. NOTE: Directed Studies courses from other disciplines with an Asian focus may be accepted for credit towards the Minor with the approval of the Co-ordinator of Asian Studies. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.)
PREREQUISITE: Third or fourth year standing and 12 credit hours in the Department of Asian Studies (prior to taking this course)
3 hours credit
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