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Research access guide for the University of Southern California.

Overview

About the University of Southern California:

Founded in 1879 by a board of trustees headed by Judge Robert Maclay Widney, the university is situated in what is now the heart of downtown Los Angeles.

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Institution

Institution: University of Southern California
Founded: 1879
Type: private university
Locations: Los Angeles, CA
Website: usc.edu

Japanese Studies

Undergraduate Studies

  • The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Linguistics offers a B.A. with a concentration on in Japan.
  • The East Asian Studies Center offers the B.A. in East Asian Studies.
  • The Department of International Relations offers a B.A. with a concentration on the Pacific Rim.
  • For more information on applying to the undergraduate programs, please consult the USC Undergraduate Admission page.

Graduate Studies

  • The East Asian Studies Center offers the M.A. in East Asian Studies.
  • The East Asian Studies Center and Marshall School of Business offer a M.A./M.B.A. in Business and East Asian Studies.
  • Those interested in graduate-level degrees from other departments should consult the departments' individual websites.
  • For more information on applying to the graduate programs, please consult the USC Graduate Admissions page.

Other Academic Information

  • The University of Southern California has approximately 40 faculty and academic staff in Asia-related positions.
  • Japan-related courses are taught outside of the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Linguistics on the following subjects: American studies & ethnicity, anthropology, architecture, art history, business, cinema, communications management, comparative literature, economics, geography, history, international relations, linguistics, political science, religion, sociology, and television.

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