Asian Studies Program

The Asian Studies Program allows students interested in Chinese Studies to take a multi- disciplinary focus in their study of China. The Program offers its own China-specific courses, but also draws upon the wealth of China offerings available from other departments at the university.

For more information on the BA and MA Asian Studies program, please see the program description at The Asian Studies Program (ASP).

New Master’s in Asian International Affairs

This new program offers part- or full-time options, evening or online classes, the opportunity to tailor your study plan from dozens of electives, and a capstone experience working with community partners. For details, please see MAIA flyer

Graduate Certificate Program in Chinese Studies

The Graduate Certificate Program in Chinese Studies, offered by the Asian Studies Program, affords a structured way for graduate and professional students to gain cutting-edge knowledge of China, augment their major field of study, and enhance future employment opportunities. With a wide variety of courses crosscutting many disciplines, students can tailor the certificate program to meet their academic and career goals. For further information, please see the Asian Studies Program website.

Concurrent Degrees

Students may study for their MA in Asian Studies while pursuing graduate degrees in Law, International Business, Library Science, or Public Health. In the concurrent programs, students will receive both the MA in Asian Studies and the second degree a year earlier than if they had enrolled in the two degree programs separately.

Program Guide 2016-17

China Focus MA in Asian Studies Program Guide, 2016-17

For further information about the Asian Studies Program, contact Pattie Dunn at (808) 956-7814.

Study Opportunies in Other Disciplines

See the list of programs in other disciplines