East Asian Studies: China Major
Effective with the Class of 2020
I. Core Courses:
________AS 151 (Must be taken at Gettysburg College by end of Sophomore year)
________HIST 223 (Should be taken at Gettysburg College)
________Comparative Course (A course with a broad East Asian focus or a course on Japan)
II. Major Electives:
Select a course in two of the following categories that focus on your country:
Arts and Humanities, History and Social Sciences, Language (beyond requirement or in Japanese)
III. Disciplinary Cluster:
Two courses in a discipline and a methods course of that discipline. Courses must be approved by the EAS department. At least one must focus on your chosen country (or East Asia).
________Intro to discipline (Should be taken at Gettysburg College)
________East Asia related course
________Method course (Should be taken at Gettysburg College)
________EAS Senior Seminar (Should be taken at Gettysburg College)
V. _______ Study abroad experience required. Courses allowed to fulfill major requirements: 3/semester; 4/year.
- At least one non-language course at the 300-level.
- No more than 3 courses at the 100-level.
- If double-majoring, no more than 3 courses can count for both majors.