The Asia Emphasis aims to (a) provide students with a purview and understanding of Asia from the perspective of multiple disciplines, and (b) to enable students to understand various dimensions of Asia countries individually, comparatively and collectively.
Asia Emphasis Requirements
- Students must attain competency of at least one Asian language at the 3000 level or above
- Students must participate in an approved Webster University study abroad experience in Asia or in an approved international internship in Asia.
- Students must earn 12 credit hours of which 6 must be at the 3000 level or above, from the list below:
RELG 2070 Introduction to Religions of the East
ANSO 2100 Peoples and Cultures (with appropriate subtitle)
ARHS 2320 Introduction to Asian Art
HIST 2400 Modern Asia
MNGT 3100 Issues in Management: Asian Culture and Business
POLT 3400 Comparative Politics (with appropriate subtitle)
ISTL 3550 Advanced Topics in Asian Studies (maximum, 6 credits, with prior approval by the International Studies Major advisor.)