- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
The program in Asian Studies offers a variety of course types from large lecture classes to small seminars. Many of the more advanced undergraduate courses are combined with graduate offerings, allowing undergraduates to get early exposure to graduate-style coursework. Faculty also offer independent studies for students interested in areas that do not match the program's regular offerings. The program provides a capstone experience through a senior seminar, where students work with an advisor to do a research project. It also offers an internship program where students gain career-valuable experience in academic program operation and outreach.
About Our Facilities
The Asian Studies Program is housed in 412 Clemens Hall, which includes dedicated meeting spaces. The program holds classes in centrally scheduled space throughout the campus, which includes traditional classrooms and lecture halls that can accommodate the program's different class structures.
About Our Faculty
The faculty of the Asian Studies program includes over twenty internationally known and respected Asian specialists in a variety of humanities and social sciences fields, focusing on China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and South Asia.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the Asian Studies program website for additional information about UB faculty with concentrations in Asia.