Japanese (JP)

JP 101. Elementary Japanese I.3 Credits.

This introduction to Japanese as a spoken and written language includes intensive drills in the basic structures of the language. Elementary reading materials are used for vocabulary building, analytical exercises and discussion. Students learn about Japanese culture, customs and business practices. Basic Japanese scripts are introduced concurrently with other skills.

Offered: Every year, Fall
UC: University Curriculum Ele

JP 102. Elementary Japanese II.3 Credits.

This course is a continuation of JP 101.

Prerequisites: Take JP 101;
Offered: Every year, Spring
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JP 199. Independent Study.3-3 Credits.

Offered: As needed, All

JP 200. Introduction to Japanese Culture.3 Credits.

This course provides students with an overview of the Japanese culture, including the history, arts, tradition, beliefs, customs, behaviors, society, food and other topics. Upon successful completion of the course, students possess a better understanding of Japan's culture and its people. Students expand their horizons with their new knowledge to understand a different culture and viewpoints. The course is conducted in English and does not require prior knowledge of Japanese.

Offered: As needed

JP 299. Independent Study.3 Credits.

Offered: As needed, All

JP 399. Independent Study.3-15 Credits.

Offered: As needed, All

JP 499. Independent Study.3 Credits.

Offered: As needed, All