Majors

Middle East Major

Requirements: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • At least 2 must be at the 300 level or above in one of the following Middle Eastern languages
    • Arabic
    • Hebrew
    • Turkish
    • Persian
  • May take courses in additional language of the region
  • Courses at the 100 level may not count toward major

NOTE: Students whose competence in a language exceeds the most advanced language course offered by the department may substitute for literature/culture courses in their area of concentration. Please contact language coordinators to schedule a placement test.  

Middle East Literature/Culture Courses: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course at the 100 level, at least one course at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level and above.
  • Must be in the literatures and cultures of the Middle East (Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, Persian)
  • 3 of these must be taken in AMES

Literature/Culture Courses outside of Middle East Region: may take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Must be focused on another region (i.e. either Hindi or East Asia)
  • Must be at the 100 level or above
  • Must be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

East Asia Major

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • At least 2 must be at the 300 level or above in one of the following East Asian languages
    • Chinese
    • Japanese
    • Korean
  • May take courses in additional language of the region (including Tibetan)
  • Courses at the 100 level may not count toward major

NOTE: Students whose competence in a language exceeds the most advanced language course offered by the department may substitute for literature/culture courses in their area of concentration. Please contact language coordinators to schedule a placement test.

East Asian Literature/Culture Courses: May take 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course at the 100 level, at least one course at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level and above.
  • Must be in the literatures and cultures of East Asia (Chinese, Japanese, Korean)
  • 3 of these must be taken in AMES 

Literature/Culture Courses outside of East Asia Region: May take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Must be focused on another region (i.e. either Hindi or the Middle East)
  • Must be at the 100 level or above
  • Must be taken in AMES

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

Interregional Major

The interregional track is designed to support students who wish to study more than one language or culture and to pursue cross- and inter-regional research.

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • At least 2 of these must be at the 300 level or above in 1 AMES language
  • At least 1 must be at the 200 level or above in a language corresponding to another region covered by the department
  • Introductory language courses will not count toward the major

NOTE: Students whose competence in a language exceeds the most advanced language course offered by the department may substitute these courses with literature/culture courses in their area of concentration. Please contact language coordinators to schedule a placement test.

Literature/Culture Courses: 4 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one at the 100 level, at least one at the 200-300 level, and at least one at the 400 level and above.
  • Must be in the 2 regions of concentration (at least 1 course in each region)

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

 

Example of a Course Plan for Interregional Concentration:

Language of one region:
CHINESE 203—Intermediate Chinese
CHINESE 204—Intermediate Chinese
CHINESE 305—Advanced Intermediate Chinese
CHINESE 306—Advanced Chinese II

Language of a second region
ARABIC 203—Intermediate Arabic
ARABIC 204—Intermediate Arabic

Literature and Culture
AMES 333—Traffic in Women: Cultural Perspectives on Prostitution in Modern China
AMES 335—Chinatowns: A Cultural History
AMES 422S—Middle East Women Writers
AMES 431—Modern Chinese Cinema

 

Arabic Major

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Arabic Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • All must be above the elementary level
  • 2 of these must be at the 300 level or above

Arabic Literature/Culture Courses: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one at the 100 level, at least one at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level or above.
  • Three of these must be taken in AMES 

Literature/Culture Courses outside of Arabic Concentration: may take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Must be at the 100 level or above
  • Must be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

 

Example of a Course Plan for the Arabic Concentration:

Language Courses
ARABIC 203—Intermediate Arabic I
ARABIC 204—Intermediate Arabic II
ARABIC 305—Advanced Arabic I
ARABIC 306—Advanced Arabic II

Literature and Culture Courses
AMES 225—Egypt: Mother of the World
AMES 322—Mystical Literature
AMES 490S—Special Topics
AMES 629S—Muslim Networks Across Time and Space
HISTORY 190S—Gateway Seminar
RELIGION 374S—Muslim Philosophy and Theology
SES 279FS—Turkey: Muslim and Modern
TURKISH 209FS—Geopolitics & Globalization: From Bosnia to Afghanistan
TURKISH 308—The Turks: From Ottoman Empire to European Union
WOMENST 290S—Selected Topics in Women's Studies

Literature and Culture Courses Outside of Concentration
AMES 410—Trauma and Space in Asia

Chinese Major

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Chinese Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • All must be above the elementary level
  • 2 of these must be at the 300 level or above
  • Must be taken from the appropriate Chinese Language Track:
    • Regular Track: For students raised in homes where non-Chinese language was spoken
    • Alternative Track: For students raised in homes where Chinese was spoken

Chinese Literature/Culture Courses: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course at the 100 level, at least 1 course at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level and above.
  • 3 of these must be taken in AMES 
  • Literature/Culture Courses outside of Chinese Concentration: may take 1 to 2 Courses
  • Must be at the 100 level or above
  • Must be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

 

Example of a Course Plan for Students Taking Intermediate-level Chinese:

Language Courses Regular Track
CHINESE 203—Intermediate Chinese I
CHINESE 204—Intermediate Chinese II
CHINESE 305—Advanced Chinese I
CHINESE 306—Advanced Chinese II

Language Courses Alternative Track
CHINESE 131—Literacy in Chinese I
CHINESE 232—Literacy in Chinese II
CHINESE 333—Advanced Literacy in Chinese
CHINESE 334—Issues in Modern Chinese

Literature and Culture Courses
AMES 233—Global Chinese Cities through Literature and Film
AMES 232S—Chinese Literature and Culture in Translation
AMES 431—Modern Chinese Cinema
AMES 535—Chinese Media and Pop Culture
ARTHIST 295—Chinese Art 1900 to Present
ENGLISH 275S—Asian American Literature
PHIL 263—Chinese Philosophy
RELIGION 247—T'ai Chi and Chinese Thought
SES 215FS—The Politics of Language

Literature and Culture Courses Outside of Concentration

AMES 410S—Trauma and Space in Asia

 

Hebrew Major

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Hebrew Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • 2 of these must be at the 300 level or above

Culture and Literature: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course at the 100 level, at least one course at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level and above
  • 3 of these must be taken in AMES 

Literature/Culture Course outside of Hebrew: may take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Can be any AMES course
  • Must be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

 

Example of a Course Plan for Students Taking Intermediate-level Hebrew:

Language Courses
HEBREW 203—Intermediate Modern Hebrew I
HEBREW 204—Intermediate Modern Hebrew II
HEBREW 305S—Advanced Modern Hebrew I
HEBREW 306S—Advanced Modern Hebrew II

Literature and Culture Courses
AMES 145—Israel/Palestine: Comparative Perspectives
AMES 241—Contemporary Israeli Cinema 
RELIGION 290S—Special Topics in Religion: Death & Afterlife in Hebrew Bible
WOMENST 290S—Selected Topics in Women's Studies

Literature and Culture Courses Outside of Concentration
Any AMES course

Hindi Major

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Hindi Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • All must be above the elementary level
  • 2 of these must be at the 300 level or above

Literature/Culture Courses: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course at the 100 level, at least one course at the 200-300 level, at least one course at the 400 level and above.
  • 3 of these must taken in AMES 

Literature/Culture Courses outside of Hindi Concentration: may take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Must be at the 100 level or above
  • Must  be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

Example Course Plan for Students Taking Intermediate-level Hindi:

Language Courses
HINDI 203—Intermediate Hindi
HINDI 204—Intermediate Hindi
HINDI 305—Advanced Hindi
HINDI 306—Advanced Hindi

Literature and Culture Courses
AMES 311S—Poetic Cinema
AMES 251—Indian Cinema
SES 215FS—The Politics of Language

Literature and Culture Courses Outside of Concentration
Any AMES course

 

Japanese Major

Requirement: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Japanese Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • All must be above the elementary level
  • 2 of these must be a the 300 level or above

Japanese Literature/Culture Courses: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course must be at the 100 level, at least one course at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level and above.
  • 3 of these must be taken in AMES 

Literature/Culture Courses outside of Japanese Concentration: may take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one at the 100 level, at least one at the 200-300 level, and at least one at the 400 level and above.
  • Must be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

 

Example Course Plan for Students Taking Intermediate-level Japanese:

Language Courses
JPN 203—Intermediate Japanese I
JPN 204—Intermediate Japanese II
JPN 305—Advanced Japanese I
JPN 306—Advanced Japanese II

Literature and Culture Courses
AMES 410S—Trauma and Space in Asia
AMES 365S—World of Japanese Pop Culture
ENGLISH 275S—Asian American Literature
HISTORY 226—Ancient and Early Modern Japan
RELIGION 323S—Buddhist Meditation

Literature and Culture Courses Outside of Concentration
AMES 410S—Trauma and Space in Asia
or any other AMES course on areas and cultures beyond Japan

Korean Major

Requirements: 10 Courses

Of the 10 courses, 8 must be at the 200 level or above. These courses should be distributed as follows:

Korean Language Courses: 3 to 6 Courses

  • All must be above the elementary level
  • 2 of these must be at the 300 level or above

Korean Literature/Culture Courses: 3 to 7 Courses

  • Distribution of courses: at least one course must be at the 100 level, at least one course at the 200-300 level, and at least one course at the 400 level and above.
  • 3 of these must be taken in AMES

Literature/Culture Courses outside of Korean Concentration: may take 1 to 2 Courses

  • Must be at the 100 level or above
  • Must be taken in AMES 

Senior portfolio

On their final semester, AMES majors should turn in a "senior portfolio." The dossier is a capstone that recognizes your work and expertise in the language and culture you chose to work on. It will aid your search for a job and/or application for graduate programs. Most of the documents requested for the dossier are materials you have generated already in your regular coursework. The portfolio includes:

  • Short Reflective Essay:

To introduce the materials in the portfolio, write a brief, 3-pages (or more) essay reflecting on your experience at AMES: What was your experience in AMES? What have you learned? What surprised you? Did you travel to Asia and the Middle East as part of your studies? How has your time abroad shaped your understanding of the language and culture you have studied? How has your view of the world and of yourself changed?

  • Coursework and related curricular and extracurricular pursuits:

List courses you have taken as part of your studies of the language and culture of your choice; also indicate other, related pursuits such as a semester abroad, Duke Engage, internship, sustained involvement in non-profit work, and more. Include prizes you have received in the course of your studies.

  • Papers

Honors thesis (if produced)

Research papers you have written for an AMES class or an independent study with AMES faculty (revised if you like)

You may include papers you have written in an AMES language for any of your classes.

  • Creative work

Have you produced creative work for your AMES classes: poem or short fiction, essays, dramatic piece, music clip, film, painting, sculpture, game or any other object? Please include it (a photo in the case of a physical object) with a brief description

  • Translations

Have you been engaged in substantive translation projects, including interpretation/dubbing for one of your AMES courses or in other courses using your AMES languages? Please include these:

  • Publications

Any academic, artistic, journalistic or other publications

 

Example Course Plan for Students Taking Intermediate-level Korean:

Language Courses
KOREAN 203—Intermediate Korean I
KOREAN 204—Intermediate Korean II
KOREAN 305—Advanced Korean I
KOREAN 306S—Advanced Korean II

Literature and Culture Courses
AMES 378S—Korean Sociolinguistics
AMES 272S—Korean Literature in Translation: Local and Global Connections
AMES 209—Critical Inter-Asia: Rethinking Local and Global Connections
AMES 410S—Trauma and Space in Asia
AMES 376S—Modern Korean Buddhism in the Global Context
AMES 473—Trauma and Passion in Korean Culture
AMES 471—World of Korean Cinema
AMES 490S—Religion and Culture in Korea
ENGLISH 275S—Asian American Literature

Literature and Culture Courses Outside of Concentration
AMES 308S—Bilingualism
AMES 365S—The World of Japanese Pop Culture