Undergraduate Minor

 A minor in Southeast Asian studies provides a unique opportunity for students to augment their knowledge, language skills and cross-cultural expertise in a region of increasing strategic and global importance. The faculty associates of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies offer a large, well-rounded set of courses with primary Southeast Asian content, which helps students design an interdisciplinary minor that suits their interests and career prospects.

Undergraduate students who minor in Southeast Asian studies are also encouraged to participate in any of several study abroad programs so as to gain firsthand experience in the region.  The Center for Southeast Asian Studies strongly encourages undergraduate students studying a Southeast Asian language to consider applying for a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship funded by the U.S. Department of Education Title VI Program. To learn more about the undergraduate FLAS fellowship, see Student Funding.  Undergraduate students are also encouraged to participate in faculty research projects through URAP (Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program) projects offered through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and USOAR (Undergraduate Special Opportunities in Artistry & Research Program) projects.

 

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