ICP Japan

Japanese

Course Sequence

  • Orientation to International Co-op (PD 1081): Offered fall semesters.
  • ICP elective of your choice (see samples below)
  • Japanese for ICP (JAPN 1061): Six-week summer intensive language immersion course, equivalent to two years of college language instruction.
  • Japanese Language and Culture for ICP (JAPN 3064): Fall following summer intensive.

Review the complete program brochure and application.

Minor/Certificate Options

The College of Arts & Sciences offers a minor in Asian Studies and a certificate in Japanese Language and Culture.

 

Schedule

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Japanese Alternate Schedules

*Recommended for fall semester sophomore year, but can be taken any time prior to going abroad

 

Sample ICP Electives

 

Department Course ID Course Name
Anthropology
  ANTH1006 World Prehistory
  ANTH3065 International Migration
  ANTH1001 Cultural Anthropology
Art History
  ARTH1001 History of Art 1
  ARTH1002 History of Art 2
  ARTH2071 Survey of Japanese Art
  ARTH3042 Early Modern Japanese Art
  ARTH6050 History of Japanese Prints, 1670-1970
Asian Studies
  AIST2082 Introduction to Japanese Culture
Communication
  COMM3049 Intercultural Communication
Economics
  ECON4040 International Economics
  ECON5040 Topics in International Economics
English Literature
  ENGL2021 World Literature I
  ENGL2022 World Literature II
  ENGL2036 Contemporary World Literature: The Short Story
  ENGL2037 Contemporary World Literature: Poetry
Engineering
  ENGR 3001 Global Technical Workforce
     
Fine Arts - Music 
                          FAM 2050  Japanese Pop, Anime, and Video Game Music
Geography
  GEOG1021 World Regional Geography
  GEOG2026 The Geography of Asia
  GEOG2036 The Geography of Southern Asia
History
  HIST1003 World History I
  HIST1004 World History II
  HIST2011 History of Japan
  HIST2017 World History 1945 to the Present
  HIST2024 Global Environmental History
  HIST3022 Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Relations I
  HIST3023 Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Relations II
  HIST3050 World War I
  HIST3051 World War II
  HIST3078 World War I and the World
  HIST3085 Film and the History of World War II
  HIST3088 Global Protest Movements, 1960s-2000s
  HIST3089 Technology in World History
  HIST4065 War and Film in History
Political Science
  POL1060 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  POL1080 Introduction to International Relations
  POL2069 Politics of Developing countries
  POL2080 America and the World
  POL2081 Globalization and Politics
  POL2085 Terrorism and Insurgency
  POL2086 Globalization
  POL2088 International Law and Organization
  POL2089 International Human Rights
  POL3043 Citizenship and Terrorism
  POL3062 Global Religion and Politics
  POL3080 Approaches to International Politics
  POL3081 Politics of Global Economic Affairs
  POL3082 Alignment and Alliances in the International Relations
  POL3084 International Relations of East Asia
  POL3086 Security and Conflict in Asia
  POL4028 Campaign Communication and Women in Elective Politics
  POL6084 International Crisis Decision-making
Religion
  RELG1001 Introduction to the Study of Religion
  RELG2062 History and Thought: Buddhism
  RELG3051 Spirituality and Mysticism