The office is located in 277 St. Augustine Center.
Dr. Elizabeth Kolsky at email@example.com or 610.519.4682.
What is the difference between the Minor in Asian Studies and the Minor in Japanese and Chinese offered in Global Interdisciplinary Studies?
The Minor in Asian Studies provides students the opportunity to undertake an interdisciplinary study of Asia without the requirement of language study. Students interested in Asian languages can pursue a Minor in Japanese or Chinese as well as the Minor in Asian Studies.
The Minor in Asian Studies is open to all undergraduate students at Villanova University. The requirement for the Minor is a minimum of 5 Asia-related courses chosen in consultation with and approved by the Director of the Asian Studies Program. No more than two courses taken by a student while studying abroad can be applied toward completion of the Minor.