Curriculum

ASIP’s related subject

1. Language subjects (required: 8 credits)

1-1. Basic proficiency in the local language (required: 3 credits)

  • Arabic
  • Russian
  • Chinese
  • Indonesian
  • Vietnamese
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • French

1-2. Intermediate proficiency in the local language (required: 4-6 credits)

  • Arabic
  • Russian
  • Chinese
  • Indonesian
  • Vietnamese
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • French

2. ASIP subjects (required: 8 credits)

2-1. Area Studies subjects (required: 4 credits)

College of Humanities

  • Review of the History of the Orient
  • Philology and History of China
  • Slavic Language and Culture

College of Comparative Culture

  • Seminar on Politics and Society in Asia
  • Study of the Cultures of the Middle East and Central Asia
  • Seminar on Middle Eastern Studies

College of Social Sciences

  • International Relations of Russia and East Europe
  • Politics in Russia
  • International Relations of Asia
  • Politics in Asia
  • History of International Relations in East Asia
  • Modern Sinology

College of International Studies

  • Politics in Asia
  • Politics in Russia
  • Modern Sinology
  • Politics in Latin America
  • International Relations of Asia
  • History of International Relations in East Asia
  • International Relations of Russia and East Europe
  • International Relations of Latin America
  • Nations and Societies of Central Asia
  • Economy and Society of North Africa

2-2. Global South (GS) Specialized Subjects (required: 4 credits)

College of Social Sciences

  • Contemporary Issues in Developing Countries
  • Development Economics

College of International Studies

  • Studies on Civil Society
  • Globalization and Development
  • Transnational Social Policy
  • Comparative Society
  • Contemporary Issues in Developing Countries
  • Development Economics

School of Social and International Studies (Global 30 program)

  • Development Economics
  • Transnational Social Policy
  • Studies on Civil Society
  • Comparative Society
  • Globalization and Development
  • Contemporary Issues in Developing Countries
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