Minor in Japanese

About

Japanese is in high demand in the fields of business, high technology, and entertainment. Studying Japanese enhances the development of intercultural understanding and focuses on the importance of international contacts among nations of the Pacific Rim. The study of Japanese is an especially popular choice among majors in International Affairs. Knowledge of Japanese also facilitates the teaching of English as a Second Language.

Why Study Japanese at Eastern?

We are committed to excellence and student success.


Study Abroad

Study abroad at Asia University, Ibaragi University and Kobe City University.

Develop Your Skills

Learn how to speak, read and write in Japanese.

Build Your Resumé

Knowing a second language will boost your hiring potential.

Careers for Japanese Minors

Earning a minor in Japanese from Eastern Washington University leads to many career opportunities:


Bilingual Educator

Civil Service Worker

Customs Inspector

Foreign News Correspondent

Peace Corps Volunteer

Curriculum & Requirements

Japanese Minor

Grade Requirements: the minimum cumulative GPA for this program is ≥2.7.

Required Courses
JAPN 201INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE AND CULTURE5
JAPN 202INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE AND CULTURE5
JAPN 203INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE AND CULTURE5
Elective–choose a JAPN course above the 300 level.2
Total Credits17

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José García-Sánchez, PhD

Professor; Director of Modern Languages & Literatures
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