‚ÄčListed below are the course descriptions of classes previously offered by the Chinese Program. Visit the Academic Bulletin to view the most current classes offered.

JPN 101 Elementary Japanese I  4(4-0)
Designed for students who have had no Japanese. Basic language skills. Introduction to the culture of Japan. Students who have completed more than one year of Japanese in secondary school will not receive credit. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition)

JPN 102 Elementary Japanese II  4(4-0)
Basic language skills and culture. Continuation of JPN 101. Recommended: JPN 101. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition)

JPN 110 Study Abroad  1-8(Spec)
Intended for beginning students studying abroad. Prerequisite: permission of department chairperson.

JPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I  4(4-0)
Further development of all language and reading skills; a review of grammar, and exploration of Japanese culture. Recommended: JPN 102. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition)

JPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II  4(4-0)
Designed to develop fluency in reading Japanese; cultural emphasis. Recommended: JPN 201. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition)

JPN 210 Study Abroad  1-12(Spec)
Intended for intermediate students studying abroad. Prerequisites: JPN 102; permission of department chairperson.

JPN 310 Study Abroad  1-12(Spec)
Intended for advanced students studying abroad. Prerequisites: JPN 202; permission of department chairperson.

JPN 410 Study Abroad  1-12(Spec)
Intended for advanced students studying abroad. Prerequisites: 12 or more hours on 300 level; permission of department chairperson.