Southeast Asian Studies Minor

The Southeast Asian studies minor explores a dynamic region encompassing some of the largest world economies and some of the oldest civilizations. This minor allows students to focus on countries such as Vietnam and the Philippines, drawing on a wide-ranging curriculum with courses in anthropology, art history, dance, film, geography, history, international studies, music, philosophy, political science, and religious studies.

First- and second-year language courses cannot be used to satisfy requirements for the minor. All courses used to satisfy minor requirements must be taken for letter grades and passed with grades of C– or better.

Minor in Southeast Asian Studies

Courses focused on Southeast Asia 120
Course with partial focus on Southeast Asia4
Total Credits24

At least 12 credits must be upper division.