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Undergraduate Programs Information

Major or minor in Asian Studies.

Graduate Programs Information

Including: Master of Arts in Asian Studies, Master’s in Asian International Affairs, and Graduate Certificates in Asian Studies.

Student Testimonials

Christina Geisse

The Asian Studies Program was incredible because most professors were undertaking their own research, passionate about their subject of study, and enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge with students. It felt fresh and profound at the same time. Inspiring! 

Christina Geisse
Kim Sluchansky

I was able to delve deep and focus on the areas of Asian Studies that truly interested me, and therefore gained a much more thorough and developed understanding of my fields of interest, which are applicable to my current career path. Also, the professors are extremely helpful and want their students to succeed. They were very supportive both while I was at UH and after I graduated.

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Exploring the Intersections of Pop and Orthodox Spiritual Practices in Mainland SE Asia

CSEAS Webinar Nov. 2 from 2-3:30pm (HST)

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Join the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) for a talk on popular and orthodox spiritual practices in mainland and Southeast Asia. The event will focus on the Cham Bani in south Vietnam; the Chinese in Phuket, Vietnam; and the Khmer in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In each case we will consider how the western notions of “religion” and “tradition,” as well as processes of state formation and modernization have impacted localized religious practices and practitioners. We are joined by Poonnatree Jiaviriyaboonya (Nakhon Phanom University), Tatsuki Kataoka (Kyoto University), Yasuko Yoshimoto (Kyoto University) and Susan Needham (California State University, Dominguez Hills). Visit this website to register for the event.

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