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Japanese Minor - Program Requirements

(HEGIS: , CIP: 16.0102 Linguistics)

Linguistics

609 Baldy Hall
North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-1030

Jeff Good
Chair

Associated Subjects

Completing the Japanese Minor Program

Academic Advice

Application should be made when the student has completed the prerequisite courses or during the semester in which they will be completed.

Students who demonstrate proficiency in Japanese at any of the required levels may have the corresponding language course requirements waived. These waived language courses will not count toward the minor but must be replaced with other Japanese language or Japanese language-related courses to bring the total number of courses to six and the minimum total number of credits to 18.

Students with prior Japanese language proficiency should consult with the program director to arrange an appropriate program.

Transfer Credit Policy

Due to the fact that relatively few students arrive at UB having taken a significant number of Japanese courses, the Department of Linguistics does not have specific transfer credit policies. The possibility of transfer credits can be discussed on a case-by-case basis with the program director.

Prerequisite Courses

JPN 101-102 First-year Japanese (or equivalent proficiency)

Required Courses

JPN 201-JPN 202 Second-Year Japanese

JPN 301

One Japanese language or Japanese language related course.

*Students who demonstrate proficiency in Japanese at any of the required levels may have the corresponding language course requirements waived. These waived language courses will not count toward the minor but must be replaced with other Japanese language or Japanese language-related courses to bring the total number of courses to six and the minimum total number of credits to 18

Total Credit Hours Required

Credits Required for Minor/Certificate25


Total Credit Hours Required represents the minimum credits needed to complete this program, and may vary based on a number of circumstances. This chart should not be used for financial aid purposes.

 
Published: Mar 25, 2019 16:07:44