Browse course samples and faculty profiles for Japanese Studies.
Sample Courses in Japanese Studies
Aspects of Japanese Society
Develops advanced Japanese language skills through reading articles and discussing topics on contemporary Japan in the areas of international relations, foreign policies, politics, economy, etc.
Having oral communication as the main goal of the course aims to enable students to understand and use Japanese in a wide variety of business-related situations. Familiarizes them with customary expressions and frequently used terms in business/formal dialogues, documents, and articles.
Current Issues in Japanese Media
Studies Japanese newspapers and TV news. Familiarizes students with textual features of Japanese media through developing skills for scanning, skimming, summarizing, presenting, etc.
Examples include International Gender Issues: Japan, Contemporary Japanese Short Fiction, Japan in the Period of Transition, Security Issues of Current-Day Japan, etc.
Visting Professor; Program Head, Japanese Studies
- (831) 647-4168
- McCone 226
Assistant Professor, Japanese Studies
- McCone Building, M124A