Institution: University of British Columbia
About the Okanagan campus library:
Opened in 2005, the Okanagan campus, located in Kelowna, BC, was designed to be a campus for the 21st century. The library opened at the same time, designed to support the needs of the students, faculty, staff, and visiting researchers at the Okanagan campus.
As of January 2014, the Okanagan Library is the only branch of the University of British Columbia Libraries on the Okanagan campus.
No degrees offered in Japanese studies
Japanese language courses are offered for undergraduates, from beginning to continuing levels. These will fulfill the language requirement for UBC students.
Japanese culture courses, taught in English, analyze anime, gendered language, manga, modern literature, TV dramas, video games, and visual culture. These courses can be counted towards a BA in cultural studies.
Undergraduate and graduate admissions information can be found here.
A Bachelor's in the Cultural Studies department combines courses from both the Humanities and Social Sciences departments. The program focuses on popular culture in North America, but can also include Japanese culture. A MA or PhD in this department is actually located within the Interdisciplanary Graduate Studies Program.