The Asian Studies major from Coe College is interdisciplinary and encourages students to take courses in the areas of art history, foreign language, economics, history, literature, political science and religion. Travel and intensive study in the region is an integral part of Coe's Asian studies program.
Why Asian Studies at Coe College?
- Friends from Asia! During most academic years Coe has from 20 to 35 exchange students from Coe’s two exchange programs in Japan, Waseda University in Tokyo and Nagoya Gakuin University in Nagoya. These students are a great resource for Coe students who wish to study Japanese language, or have lots of friends in Japan when they do study abroad.
- Coe also has many Asian four year international students and one year exchange students from countries like China, Korea and Nepal and a very active international club. You will be ready to travel the region upon graduation!
- Affordable study abroad opportunities! Students can study (in English) for one semester, or for one year, at universities in Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand and Vietnam. Direct exchange programs cost no more than a semester or year at Coe, save for travel to the host country. Moreover, Coe financial aid is fully transferable for these programs.
- Coe also has its own semester study abroad experience called Asia Term. For an extra fee, students can spend a spring semester in Asia under the supervision of Coe faculty members. Locations vary, but usually involve long visits to Thailand and Vietnam.
- Students can also have opportunities to travel to Asia with Coe faculty members to take courses during May Terms in Asia. Students receive a free credit for the first of these course and pay only travel expenses. In recent years faculty have taught May Term courses in Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and Japan.
- Modern South Asia
- Eastern Religions
- The American War in Vietnam
- China and Japan
- History of Modern China
- Coe’s Asia Term
- 48 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Completed Coe College Application or Common Application
- Official results of the SAT or ACT
- Official high school transcript
- Admission recommendation (optional for students who meet Coe's minimum academic standards)
- Personal essay (optional for students who meet Coe's minimum academic standards)
International50314 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 50314 USD per year during 48 months.
National50314 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 50314 USD per year during 48 months.
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