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The various colleges and schools which form the University of Washington provide a number of programs which focus on Japanese language, law, society, culture, and business.
School of Business
The School of Business has several programs which allow students to integrate Japanese studies with business. They are:
Jackson School of International Studies
The Jackson School offers the following programs for students wishing to specialize in Japan:
School of Law
The School of Law houses one of the nation's leading programs in Asian and Comparative Law. Designed both for legal professionals from East Asia interested in the comparative study of American law, and for language-qualified legal professionals from the United States and other countries outside of Asia, the LL.M. degree program provides advanced, intensive instruction and research opportunities for those who intend to pursue a career in trans-Pacific legal affairs. For information on this program, contact the School of Law.
College of Arts and Sciences
Asian Languages and Literature - The Department of Asian Languages and Literature offers instruction in the principal languages and literatures of Asia, including East, Southeast, Central, and South Asia. Emphasis is placed on the roles of these languages within the cultures they serve as well as on linguistic, textual, and literary analysis.
Language Learning Center
The LLC provides media services which allow students to expand their appreciation of language and culture.
Course: JPN Studies--Research In Japan Studies