Minoring in Japanese Language and Literature



The Foreign Languages and Literatures/Japanese minor: The minor in Japanese will consist of Japanese 205 and 206 (or the equivalent of two years of college-level Japanese) plus a minimum of 12 credits in Japanese language, literature, history, or art from courses higher than 200. Courses on Japan offered under Asian studies, world literature, art history, studio art, and history may be used to satisfy the requirements for this minor.

During the 2010-2011 year, Professor Takemoto will be offering calligraphy and tea ceremony classes in the fall semester and spring semesters and the Art 248 class in the spring semester. The third and fourth year classes in Japanese may also be used for the minor.

Note: Courses taken P-D-F prior to the declaration of a language major or minor will satisfy course and credit requirements for the major or minor. Courses taken P-D-F may not be used to satisfy course and credit requirements for the major or minor after the major or minor has been declared.

See the Whitman College Catalogue.