EAS Concentration

The concentration reflects the Department’s multi-disciplinary approach and eclectic interests, and encourages the pursuit of competence in one or more of the languages the Department offers, and the development of a  plan of study  - with the help of faculty advisors - that reflects a well articulated theoretical, (multi)disciplinary or thematic approach to the study of East Asia.  Recent graduates of the concentration have gone on to employment in public service, the media industry,  finance, and consulting. A significant percentage of our concentrators continue their studies in graduate and professional schools within a few years of graduation.

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