Minor in South Asian Studies
The South Asian Studies minor is a course of study that allows a student to acquire specialized knowledge about South Asia in a variety of disciplines, e.g., anthropology, history, philosophy, religious studies, political science, sociology, women and gender studies and language studies.
To obtain a minor in South Asian Studies, a student must:
- Complete 15 hours of coursework relating to South Asia.
- At least nine of the 15 hours must be at the 2000 level or above.
- A student is required to take courses in two or more departments.
- A minimum of six hours must be taken in residence.
- A grade of C or better is required for all courses counting toward the South Asian Studies minor.
A minor in South Asian studies can easily be combined with a major in anthropology, philosophy, history, religious studies, political science, geography, journalism, sociology, women & gender studies, etc.
|S_A_ST 1152||Asian Humanities||3|
|or ARH_VS 1230||Introduction to Asian Arts|
|or REL_ST 3200||Hinduism|
|S_A_ST 3230||Buddhism and Environmental Ethics||3|
|or REL_ST 3230||Buddhism and Environmental Ethics|
|S_A_ST 3490||Indian Cinema||3|
|or ANTHRO 3490||Indian Cinema|
|or ARH_VS 3790||Indian Cinema|
|or FILMS_VS 3490||Indian Cinema|
|S_A_ST 4630||Sanskrit I||3|
|S_A_ST 4790||Culture and Society in South Asia||3|
|or ANTHRO 4790||Culture and Society in South Asia|