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Requirements for Specific Graduate Degrees | Departments and Programs | Faculty
Asian and Middle Eastern |
Asian Studies |
Program in Asian Studies
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Course Descriptions | Program Requirements
Program in Asian Studies
A Certificate in Asian Studies is awarded to a graduate student concentrating on East Asia or South Asia and Southeast Asia under the following conditions:
M.A. in East Asian Studies In addition, the East Asian faculty of the committee offers the following special M.A. program in Asian studies: the Master of Arts in Asian Studies is designed to enable students interested in East Asia—China and Japan—to engage in intensive language and area studies training over a period of two academic years. Students should expect to enter the first academic year of this program with at least one full academic year or the equivalent of the appropriate East Asian language, and to take 2l months, i.e., two academic years and the intervening summer, to complete all requirements for the degree. To complete the program students are:
The University also offers a joint M.B.A.- M.A. in East Asian Studies. This is a three-year program and requires admission to the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration and to the Master of Arts Program in East Asian Studies. Students enrolled in this program normally spend the first full academic year in the program taking courses in the Darden School, and do not enroll in East Asian studies courses in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences until the following summer or fall.
For additional information contact the Director, East Asia Center, 224 Minor Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22903; (804) 924-7836; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is administered by the Committee for Asian Studies which is chaired by Gilbert W. Roy.
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