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- Certificate in Asian Studies
Overview: With approximately 60 percent of the world's population and the attendant economic and political influence, the global importance of Asia, China in particular, is evident. The Asian Studies Certificate provides an opportunity for SLU undergraduates to add a multidisciplinary degree option in the geography, history, business, economics, politics and culture of Asia.
Curriculum: The Asian Studies Certificate is a 21 hour cooperative program involving several departments, including theology, political science, history and foreign languages. The certificate also requires 30 hours of community service. It is open to all majors.
Careers in the Field:The growing presence of Asian culture and business implies more and more career opportunities in law, business, government, journalism, arts and education for those students who have a background in Asian Studies.
About the Faculty: The faculty in theology, political science, history and foreign languages are all accomplished scholars in their fields and bring their real-world experience with them into the classroom.