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UW students can earn an academic undergraduate minor in technical Japanese. To register for classes, students must have three years of college-level Japanese study or the equivalent and pass the language placement test. Any undergraduate student with at least junior standing (90 credits completed) may declare a minor, even a student who has not yet declared a major.
To declare a minor, fill out a change-of-major/minor form. Forms are available at any advising office, 225 Schmitz, or Undergraduate Advising (171 Mary Gates Hall). Forms can be turned in at these same places.
There are no deadlines for declaring minors, except that you cannot declare a minor after the deadline for applying to graduate. In other words, you cannot declare a minor after the third week of the quarter in which you intend to graduate.
To find out what students think about technical Japanese classes, see: What Students Say About TJP
The Technical Japanese Undergraduate Minor requires a minimum of 25 credits.
Required courses - 15 credits:
Elective Courses - 10 credits:
*If you choose to include Japan 422 and/or 423, they must be taken prior to HCDE 461.
To be admitted, applicants must have:
To apply or for more information, contact the program staff at: email@example.com.