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University of Washington: Institution Main

Research access guide for the University of Washington.

Overview

About the University of Washington:

Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is a public university with a heavy emphasis on research. In fiscal year 2013, UW received $1.238 billion in sponsored research funds.

With its first campus in Seattle, UW gained two more campuses, in Tacoma and Bothell, founded in 1990.

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Institution

Institution: University of Washington
Founded: 1861
Type: public university
Locations: Seattle, WA

Japanese Studies

Undergraduate Studies

  • B.A. with a Japan track or option is offered by the Jackson School of International Studies.
  • B.A. in Japanese is offered by the Department of Asian Languages and Literature.
  • Those interested in applying to the undergraduate programs at the University of Washington should visit their undergraduate admissions page.

Graduate Studies

  • M.I. in Tech Japanese is offered by the Department of Technical Communication.
  • M.B.A./M.A.I.S. is offered by the Business School.
  • M.P.A./M.A.I.S. is offered by the Department of Public Affairs.
  • M.A. in Japan Studies is offered by the Jackson School of International Studies.
  • M.A. and Ph.D. in Japanese Language and Literature are offered by the Department of Asian Languages and Literatures.
  • L.L.M., Ph.D., and J.D./M.A.I.S. are offered by the School of Law.
  • Those interested in Japan-related graduate degrees from other departments should consult the individual departments' websites.
  • Those interested in applying to the graduate programs at the University of Washington should visit their graduate admissions page.

Other Academic Information

  • The University of Washington employs 30 academic faculty and staff in Japan-related positions.
  • Japan-related courses are taught outside the Department of Asian Languages and Literature in the following subjects: anthropology, art history, business, history, international studies, law, political science, technical communication, and women studies.

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