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Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (AP) – East Asian Studies

Location: 209 Vanier College, Tel.: 416-736-2100, ext. 33214, E-mail:
Program Coordinator: G. Anderson, Humanities
Affiliated Faculty: B.N. Cham, Glendon/Political Science; M. Gewurtz, History/Humanities; P. Giordan, Languages, Literatures and Linguistics; T. Goossen, Humanities; S. Henders, Political Science; T. Hyun, Humanities; J. Judge, Humanities; P. Kelly, Geography; J. Kim, History; B. Luk, History; D.P. Lumsden, Anthropology; J.A. Nagata, Anthropology; N. Ota, Languages, Literatures and Linguistics; S. Otto, Fine Arts/Music; H. Pak, Sociology; A. Schrauwers, Anthropology; J. Van Esterik, Social Science; P. Van Esterik, Anthropology; B.T. Wakabayashi, History; X. Xueqing, Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

The East Asian Studies program offers a broadly based approach to the study of the peoples and civilizations of East Asia. It is a rich and flexible program of study that brings together courses from the academic disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, languages and literature and fine arts. The East Asian Studies program offers a number of undergraduate degree program choices: within the general guidelines and requirements of each, a student can choose from a rich array of course offerings every year to create a combination which best serves her/his academic interests and career aspirations. Students should consult the coordinator when designing their programs of study.