The MA in Asian Languages and Civilizations may be pursued with a specialization in Chinese or Japanese. Graduate students work in a broad interdisciplinary context, requiring a study of literary, historical and cultural texts across the millennia of Chinese and Japanese written materials.
The PhD in Asian Languages and Civilizations offers specializations in Chinese or Japanese with concentrations in literary and/or cultural studies of either the pre-modern or modern periods.
Faculty research includes various specialized topics in Chinese and Japanese literature and cultural history, from early times to the present day, in fields such as poetry, literary criticism, manuscript studies, religious and intellectual history, as well as fiction, drama and film.
Asian Languages and Civilizations site
GRE not required, but is strongly recommended for PhD and MA applicants seeking funding
Spring: October 1; Fall: December 1