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Program participants are encouraged to enroll in a credit-bearing Japanese language course. This course is taught by a native speaker of Japanese and is designed to help students make the most of the opportunities to learn Japanese while living in Tokyo. Tutoring is also available to help students meet the requirements of this course.
Lakeland College Japan offers a liberal arts curriculum that allows students to meet a variety of course requirements while participating in the program. Of special interest to overseas students is our Asian Studies, and cross cultural studies curriculum (Eastern Religion Traditions, US-Japan Relations, and History of Asia). These courses are offered on a rotating basis, and allow students to focus their studies on East Asia while living in Japan.
|Lakeland College Japan, Scheduled 3-credit courses|
|[Other possible courses: Social Psychology, Life Sciences II, The Modern Middle East, American Government etc. ...]|
** Rotation may be irregular.
Note: This chart should be used for course planning, but some "Rotating" courses may not be held as scheduled. Less reliable courses are shown in italics
Students planning to take a full course load should take four courses. Prospective Study Abroad program students should consult with their academic advisor (at their home campus) to ensure course selections are compatible with their degree requirements. Although Lakeland College Japan offers a fully accredited program, students should confirm transferability of individual courses to their home campus degree program in advance of enrollment.