The primary objectives of the Minor in Southeast Asian ASEAN Studies are to increase undergraduate knowledge of Southeast Asia and its languages. Students have the opportunity to study histories, economies, identities, cultural practices, religions, forms of governance, environments and languages of populations of Southeast Asia and the lands and waters they inhabit. This minor also provides students with knowledge of Southeast Asia as a subject of academic study and research.
Course Requirements for the Minor in Southeast Asian Studies:
Students must complete 15 credit hours of Southeast Asian Studies course credit in order to achieve a minor. For more information please see the academic bulletin.
For current course offerings see here.
For more information about the minor, please contact our Director, Dr. Margaret (Peg) Sutton.