Academic Majors & Minors
- Students can declare a major/minor during, or after the second semester of their freshman year. Students should declare a major/minor no later than the end of the sophomore year.
- No more than 2 concentrations allowed, either:
- 2 majors OR
- 1 major and 1 minor OR
- 1 major
- Maintain at least a C (2.0) average in any major or minor.
- Only one (1) undergraduate degree may be earned from Emory.
Minor in Japanese
|Hours To Complete||20 - 30|
|Declaration of Minor Contact|
JPN 201 and 202 (or equivalent) and four electives. No course for the minor may be taken S/U. Students must receive at least a C in each course taken for the minor. Language requirements may be fulfilled by demonstrating equivalent mastery of the language through oral and written examination administered by REALC. Students placing higher than 201 in the language sequence will be required to make up the missed units by taking an equivalent number of advanced language classes. One course taken on study abroad (JPN 315) may count toward the four required electives. Courses not on this list that contain more than 50% Japanrelated content may be approved at the discretion of the major/minor advisor.
JPN 232 Language Usage in Japanese Society
JPN 234 Japanese Linguistics
JPN 270 Introduction to Japanese Culture
JPN 275: Nature and Culture in Japan
JPN 360 Japanese Modern Women Writers
JPN 361 Genji: Sensuality and Salvation
JPN 362 Samurai, Shoguns, and Women Warriors
JPN 363 Literary and Visual Culture in Japan
JPN 372 Modern Japanese Literature in English Translation
JPN 374 Japanese Literature: Reading and Writing the Classics
JPN 375 Topics in Japanese Studies
JPN 378 Postwar Japan through its Media
JPN 451 Great Writers of Modern Japan
FILM 396R Non-Western Cinema:Japanese Film
HIST 371 Medieval and Early Modern Japan
HIST 372 History of Modern Japan
JPN 101, 102