The interdisciplinary Asian studies major reflects the growing importance of the eastern, southeastern and southern regions of Asia, and the undeniably central role that countries like China, Japan and India play in the world economy and in world affairs today.
By combining perspectives from faculty in the social sciences, humanities, arts and business, you gain knowledge of the region as a whole, as well as the diverse histories, politics, economies and cultures of countries it encompasses.
Why Choose Asian Studies at Clark?
- An interdisciplinary major that draws on the expertise of Clark faculty in the departments of History; Political Science; Geography; International Development, Community and Environment; and Visual and Performing Arts, among others.
- Choose from three areas of focus: China, Japan, or, inclusively, East, South, and Southeast Asia
- Take courses in Chinese and/or Japanese
- Study abroad in Vietnam, China, or Japan