Saint Louis University's Asian studies minor introduces students to the Chinese language and gives them insight into the culture and history of the Asian region.
As a rising region of the world, Asia is generating many economic opportunities, undergoing demographic expansion and growing technological connectivity. The 15-credit minor is open to all majors but is especially complementary to those studying political science, international studies, Chinese, theology and international business.
This interdisciplinary program connects students to professors in departments across the University including theology, history, film studies and business.
Required Asian Language
Students who demonstrate proficiency in an Asian language without formal language course credits may be exempt from the six-credit language requirement, but will be required to take 15 credits from the list of electives below. Proficiency in an Asian language is demonstrated via one of the standards outlined in the College of Arts and Sciences Policy for Proof of Foreign Language Proficiency. Other Asian languages may be substituted.