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Course Offerings

Classroom Courses

FALL 2017

  • Fall 2017 Course Schedule (pdf)
  • Distance Burmese: Learn Burmese from anywhere in the world with Burmese language professor Tharaphi Than's distance Burmese class through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences' External Programming Department. This non-credit beginning Burmese course is designed for business professionals and community college students. Class limited to 15. Module 1 runs Thursdays from Aug. 31-Nov. 2. Go to link for details and to register.
  • Distance Indonesian: Learn Indonesian from anywhere in the world with Indonesian language instructor Rahmi Aoyama's distance Indonesian class through External Programming. Class limited to 15. Go to link for details and to register.
  • Distance Tagalog: Learn Tagalog from anywhere in the world with Tagalog language instructor Rhodalyne Gallo-Crail's distance Tagalog class through External Programming. Class limited to 15. Go to link for details and to register.

Free courses, not-for-credit


Undergraduate Catalog

Graduate Catalog


Interdisciplinary Studies

SEAS 225: Southeast Asia: Crossroads of the World (3 credits)

SPRING 2016:
TTh 12:30–1:45 PM
McMurry Hall auditorium
Instructor: Eric Jones

Description: Interdisciplinary introduction to the varied cultures of Southeast Asia. Examination of the linkage of Southeast Asian art, music, dance, literature, and architecture with other segments of  Buddhist, Islamic, Christian, and animistic societies of the region.  This course can be counted toward the SEAS minor course requirements and the interdisciplinary general education requirement.

Register at MyNIU.