|Minor in Asian Studies|
|HIS 205U||History of China, Japan, and Korea||3|
|or HIS 206U||History of India and Its Neighbors|
|Competency in an Asian language 2||8|
|Choose 7-15 credits from the following:||7-15|
|History of China, Japan, and Korea (if not selected above)|
|History of India and Its Neighbors (if not selected above)|
|Topics in Global History (Asian topic or focus) 1,3|
|Topics in Philosophy (Asian topic or focus) 1,3|
|Introduction to International Relations (Asian focus) 1|
|Revolution and Political Development (Asian focus) 1|
|Religions of India, China and Japan|
|Religion in Society 1|
|Christianity and the World's Religions (Asian focus) 1|
“Asian focus” means that the instructor must have Asian expertise and students must contract with the instructor early in the term to do the majority of their work on Asia. At least 50% of the student’s work in this course, including term papers, must have Asian content.
Coursework or other experience equivalent to a first-year college course in that language.
“Asian topic” means that the student can apply this course to the minor only when an Asian topic is offered.
Courses whose number is followed by a letter fulfill a General Education requirement.
Consult the registrar prior to enrolling in courses taken elsewhere for transfer to Bethel. Consult the Asian studies advisor regarding language competency and program guidance.