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<p>Asian Studies - Graduate Certificate 1</p> <p>ASIAN STUDIES - GRADUATECERTIFICATEThe Center for Asian Studies is pleased to offer the graduate certificatein Asian studies.The certificate is available to all graduate studentsand post-BA students in the professional schools currently enrolledat CU Boulder, and to non-degree-seeking ACCESS students with abachelor's degree. It enables students with intellectual or professionalinterest in Asia who are not focused primarily on Asia within their owndegree program to acquire an official credential indicating that they haveexpertise in some aspect of Asian knowledge or practice.</p> <p>For more information, visit the Center for Asian Studies' Asian StudiesGraduate Certificate (http://www.colorado.edu/cas/academics/asian-studies-graduate-certificate) webpage.</p> <p>RequirementsHow to Apply</p> <p> Write to the Certificate Director (colleen.berry@colorado.edu) Upon acceptance, meet with the Certificate Director to approve a plan</p> <p>for coursework and meeting the language requirement Upon completion, submit transcript to the Center for Asian Studies</p> <p>for review by the Certificate Director and Steering Committee</p> <p>Course RequirementsStudents must complete 12 credit hours of approved graduate courseswith a grade of B or higher, 3 credits of which may be in an approvedundergraduate course, and 9 credits of which must be at or above the5000 level.</p> <p> Specialization allowed in East Asia, South Asia, Central Asia,Southeast Asia or West Asia/Middle East.</p> <p> 2 courses in a single discipline or department. 2 courses from outside of that discipline or department. Thematic courses that have at least 50% Asia content may also</p> <p>be counted, dependent on approval by the Certificate Director andCommittee.</p> <p> Up to 3 credits may be taken as independent study on an Asia-relatedtopic at the 5000 level or higher with approval from the CertificateDirector.</p> <p> 9 credits must be at or above the 5000 level. Two years' college-level proficiency in an Asian language relevant to</p> <p>specialization (does not count toward the certificate credit hours).</p> <p>Note: Students may take 3 credits of independent study on an Asia-related topic at the 5000 level or higher with a CASFaculty Affiliate fromoutside of their home department; students may not take both a theoryclass and an independent study for the certificate.</p> <p>Approved Undergraduate Courses at 3000 or 4000 levelThese courses must be outside the student's home department.</p> <p>Code Title CreditHours</p> <p>AnthropologyANTH4020 Explorations in Anthropology (Islam;</p> <p>Ethnography of Southeast Asia; GlobalCultures: Islam; Global Islams)</p> <p>ANTH4050 Anthropology of Jews and Judaism(Cultures of Israel and Palestine)</p> <p>ANTH4180 Anthropological Perspectives:Contemporary Issues (Nepal and theHimalayas)</p> <p>ANTH4690 Anthropology of TibetANTH4750 Culture and Society in South AsiaANTH4760 Ethnography of Southeast Asia and</p> <p>IndonesiaArt &amp; Art History</p> <p>ARTH3619 The Arts of ChinaARTH3629 The Arts of JapanARTH3929 Special Topics in Art History (Asian Art:</p> <p>Gods, Kings, and Power; Art in AsianReligions)</p> <p>ARTH4169 Topics in Ancient and Classical Art andArchaeology (Persian Empire)</p> <p>ARTH4269 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient NearEast</p> <p>ARTH4919 Capstone Seminar: Topics in Art History(Contemporary Asian Art; China!;Contemporary Art in the Middle East;Contemporary Art of the Himalayas)</p> <p>ARTH4929 Special Topics in Art History (Art ofBuddhism; Politics/Propaganda Asian Art;Art of the Himalayas/Tibet)</p> <p>Asian Languages &amp; CivilizationsARAB3230 Islamic Culture and the Iberian PeninsulaARAB3231 In the Footsteps of Travelers: Travel Writing</p> <p>in Arabic LitARAB3241 Art in Islamic CulturesARAB3330 The Arabic NovelARAB3340 Representing IslamARAB3350 Narrating the City: Literary Mappings of the</p> <p>Urban LandscapeARAB3410 Gender, Sexuality and Culture in the Modern</p> <p>Middle EastARAB4250 Arabic MediaCHIN3200 Adv Wrtg Topics on Chinese &amp; Japanese</p> <p>Literature and CivilizationCHIN3311 The Dao and the World in Medieval ChinaCHIN3321 Culture and Literature of Ancient ChinaCHIN3331 Culture and Literature of Late Imperial</p> <p>ChinaCHIN3334 Chinese Narrative TraditionCHIN3341 Literature and Popular Culture in Modern</p> <p>ChinaCHIN3342 Literary Culture in Contemporary ChinaCHIN3351 Reality and Dream in Traditional Chinese</p> <p>LiteratureCHIN3361 Women and the Supernatural in Chinese</p> <p>LiteratureCHIN3371 Topics in Chinese FilmCHIN4210 Introduction to Classical ChineseCHIN4220 Readings in Classical Chinese</p> <p>2 Asian Studies - Graduate Certificate</p> <p>CHIN4300 Open Topics: Readings in ChineseLiterature</p> <p>CHIN4750 DaoismHIND3400 Special TopicsHIND3441 Screening India: A History of Bollywood</p> <p>CinemaHIND3651 Living Indian Epics: The Ramayana and</p> <p>the Mahabharata in the Modern PoliticalImagination</p> <p>HIND3661 South Asian Diasporas: Imagining HomeAbroad</p> <p>HIND3811 The Power of the Word: Subversive andCensored 20th Century Indo-PakistaniLiterature</p> <p>HIND3831 The Many Faces of Krishna in South AsiaLiterature and Culture</p> <p>HIND3851 Devotional Literature in South AsiaJPNS3200 Adv Wrtg Topics on Chinese &amp; Japanese</p> <p>Literature and CivilizationJPNS3331 Business JapaneseJPNS3511 From Rebellion to Calamity: Contemp</p> <p>Japanese Lit in TranslJPNS3811 Love, Death, and Desire: Classical Japanese</p> <p>Literature in TranslationJPNS3821 Monsters, Monks, and Mayhem: Medieval</p> <p>Japanese Literature in TranslationJPNS3831 The Floating World of Play and Passion:</p> <p>Early Modern Japanese Literature inTranslation</p> <p>JPNS3841 Tradition and Transgression: ModernJapanese Literature in Translation</p> <p>JPNS3851 Studies in Japanese Popular CultureJPNS3861 Imagining the Samurai in Japanese</p> <p>Literature and CultureJPNS3871 Horror and the Macabre in Japanese</p> <p>Literature, Film, CultureJPNS3881 Environment, Nature and Disaster in</p> <p>Japanese Literature and CultureJPNS3891 Travel/Travel Writing in Japanese Literature</p> <p>and CultureJPNS4050 Japanese Sociolinguistics: Japanese</p> <p>Language and SocietyJPNS4110 Advanced Readings in Modern Japanese 1JPNS4120 Advanced Readings in Modern Japanese 2JPNS4150 Japanese to English Translation: Theory</p> <p>and PracticeJPNS4210 Contemporary Japanese 1: Current IssuesJPNS4300 Open Topics: Readings in JapaneseJPNS4310 Classical Japanese 1JPNS4320 Classical Japanese 2JPNS4400 Critical Theory and Japanese Literature and</p> <p>CultureKREN3841 Modern Korean Literature in English</p> <p>TranslationAsian Studies</p> <p>ASIA3300 Sex and Gender in Asian Film andLiterature</p> <p>ASIA4300 Open Topics in Asian Literature and CultureASIA4500 Urban Asia: Tradition, Modernity,</p> <p>ChallengesASIA4830 Senior Seminar in Asian StudiesASIA4840 Independent Study</p> <p>Cinema StudiesCINE4023 Topics in International Cinema</p> <p>(Contemporary Asian Cinema)Classics</p> <p>CLAS4169 Topics in Ancient and Classical Art andArchaeology (Persian Empire)</p> <p>CLAS4269 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient NearEast</p> <p>College of EngineeringHUEN3843 Special Topics (China through the Eyes of</p> <p>the West)Economics</p> <p>ECON4534 Chinese Economic History in ComparativePerspective</p> <p>EducationEDUC4800 Special Topics (Asia)</p> <p>Environmental DesignENVD4364 Special Topics: History and Historiography</p> <p>of Environmental Design (DushanbeTeahouse Restoration)</p> <p>Ethnic StudiesETHN3015 Asian Pacific American Communities</p> <p>GeographyGEOG3822 Geography of ChinaGEOG3832 Geographies of South AsiaGEOG4762 Geographies of Political Islam: Empire,</p> <p>Terror and RevolutionGEOG4822 Environment and Development in China</p> <p>HistoryHIST3109 Seminar in Asian HistoryHIST3628 Seminar in Recent Chinese HistoryHIST3718 Seminar in Japanese HistoryHIST4020 Topics in Comparative History (British</p> <p>Empire India 1760-1947; Modernity in Chinaand Japan)</p> <p>HIST4109 World War II in Asia and the PacificHIST4166 The Vietnam War in Politics and CultureHIST4328 The Modern Middle East, 1600 to the</p> <p>PresentHIST4329 Islam in the Modern World: Revivalism,</p> <p>Modernism, and Fundamentalism,1800-2001</p> <p>HIST4338 History of Modern Israel/PalestineHIST4339 Borderlands of the British EmpireHIST4348 Topics in Jewish History (Jews Under Islam</p> <p>or Tel Aviv: Urban History and Culture)HIST4349 Decolonization of the British Empire</p> <p>Asian Studies - Graduate Certificate 3</p> <p>HIST4378 History of Modern Jewish-MuslimRelations</p> <p>HIST4528 Islam in South and Southeast Asia (1000 tothe Present)</p> <p>HIST4538 History of Modern IndiaHIST4548 Women in Modern IndiaHIST4558 Buddha to Gandhi: A History of Indian</p> <p>NonviolenceHIST4618 Early Modern China: From Genghis Khan to</p> <p>the Opium WarHIST4619 Women in East Asian HistoryHIST4628 Modern China: Collapse of Imperial</p> <p>Brilliance, 1644-1949HIST4638 Contemporary China: Radicalism and</p> <p>Reform, 1949 to PresentHIST4648 Inventing Chinese Modernity, 1800 to</p> <p>PresentHIST4658 China and Islam from the 7th Century to</p> <p>the 20th CenturyHIST4688 Window on Modern ChinaHIST4718 Ancient, Classical, and Medieval Japanese</p> <p>HistoryHIST4728 Modern Japanese HistoryHIST4738 History of Early Modern Japan (1590-1868)HIST4758 The History of Postwar Japan, 1945 to</p> <p>PresentHumanities</p> <p>HUMN3093 Topics in Humanities (Representing Islam;The Arabic Novel; Narrating the City)</p> <p>HUMN3321 Culture and Literature of Ancient ChinaHUMN3341 Literature and Popular Culture in Modern</p> <p>ChinaHUMN3811 Love, Death, and Desire: Classical Japanese</p> <p>Literature in TranslationHUMN3841 Tradition and Transgression: Modern</p> <p>Japanese Literature in TranslationHUMN4100 Writing the World in Traditional China</p> <p>International AffairsIAFS3000 Special Topics in International Affairs</p> <p>(Political Economy/Middle East; Turkey--Mediator/Arab Spring; Gender, Geopoliticsand Islam)</p> <p>IAFS3010 Islam, Geopolitics and Society: Gender,Identity and Place</p> <p>IAFS3520 Global Seminar: Justice, Human Rights andDemocracy in Israel</p> <p>IAFS3530 Global Seminar: Jews and Muslims - TheMultiethnic History of Istanbul</p> <p>IAFS3650 History of Arab-Israeli ConflictIAFS4500 The Post-Cold War World (China in Global</p> <p>Economy; Arab Awakening; Afghanistanand Iraq; Contemporary China/InternationalViews; Cultural Revolution/China 1966-79;South Asia/Conflict Resolution)</p> <p>International BusinessINBU3300 International Business and Management</p> <p>INBU3301 Doing Business in ChinaINBU4151 International Operations in Hong KongINBU4200 International Financial Management</p> <p>Jewish StudiesJWST3530 Global Seminar: Jews and Muslims - The</p> <p>Multiethnic History of IstanbulJWST3650 History of Arab-Israeli ConflictJWST4050 Anthropology of Jews and Judaism</p> <p>(Cultures of Israel and Palestine )JWST4302 Global Seminar: Justice, Human Rights and</p> <p>Democracy in IsraelJWST4338 History of Modern Israel/PalestineJWST4378 History of Modern Jewish-Muslim</p> <p>RelationsMedia Studies</p> <p>MDST4211 Asian Media and CultureMDST4341 International Media and Global Crises</p> <p>MusicEMUS3467 World Music Ensemble (Japanese</p> <p>Ensemble; Gamelan Ensemble )MUSC4152 East Asian MusicMUSC4168 World Music Theories</p> <p>PhilosophyPHIL3800 Open Topics in Philosophy (Buddhism as</p> <p>Philosophy)Political Science</p> <p>PSCI3072 Government and Politics in Southeast AsiaPSCI3102 South Asian PoliticsPSCI4022 Chinese Foreign PolicyPSCI4028 Special Topics (Islam and Development;</p> <p>Politics of Southeast Asia )PSCI4052 Chinese PoliticsPSCI4242 Middle Eastern PoliticsPSCI4243 Modern Warfare: Terrorism, Ideology,</p> <p>IdentityReligious Studies</p> <p>RLST3040 The QuranRLST3070 Islamic Mysticism: Ibn Arabi, Rumi, and the</p> <p>Sufi TraditionRLST3100 JudaismRLST3200 HinduismRLST3300 Foundations of BuddhismRLST3530 Global Seminar: Jews and Muslims - The</p> <p>Multiethnic History of IstanbulRLST3750 Women in BuddhismRLST3800 Chinese ReligionsRLST3820 Topics in Religious Studies (Tibetan</p> <p>Buddhism; Religion in Modern China;Buddhist Art and Ritual; Islam, Politics andMilitancy; Story of the Quran; Art in AsianReligions)</p> <p>RLST4200 Topics in HinduismRLST4250 Topics in Buddhism</p> <p>4 Asian Studies - Graduate Certificate</p> <p>RLST4260 Topics in Judaism (When it has an Asiafocus )</p> <p>RLST4650 Islam in the Modern WorldSociology</p> <p>SOCY3046 Topics in Sex and Gender (Sex, Gender, andSocial Change in Southeast Asia)</p> <p>Women &amp; Gender StudiesWGST3201 Women, Gender &amp; Sexuality in Jewish Texts</p> <p>&amp; TraditionsWGST3220 Women in IslamWGST3410 Gender, Sexuality and Culture in the Modern</p> <p>Middle EastWGST3500 Global Gender IssuesWGST3750 Women in BuddhismWGST4619 Women in East Asian History</p> <p>Graduate Courses with a Theory FocusIf a student takes one of these courses, they may not also take anIndependent Study course for the certificate; the course must be taughtbe a CAS Faculty Affiliate and the student must complete writtenassignments/projects on an Asia-related topic.</p> <p>Code Title CreditHours</p> <p>AnthropologyANTH5020 Explorations in Anthropology (Approved</p> <p>topics include: Islam; Ethnography ofSoutheast Asia; Global Cultures: Islam;Global Islam)</p> <p>Art and Art HistoryARTH5169 Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and</p> <p>Archaeology (Persian Empire )ARTH5269 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Near</p> <p>EastARTH5929 Special Topics in Art History (when it has</p> <p>an Asia focus )ARTH6929 Seminar: Theories of Art History (when it</p> <p>has an Asia focus )ARTH6939 Graduate Seminar: Open Topics in Art</p> <p>History (East and West)Art and Film Studies</p> <p>ARTF5023 Topics in International Cinema(Contemporary Asian Cinema)</p> <p>ClassicsCLAS5169 Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and</p> <p>Archaeology (Persian Empire)CLAS5269 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Near</p> <p>EastEconomics</p> <p>ECON8413 Seminar: International Trade TheoryECON8764 History of Economic Development</p> <p>HistoryHIST5053 Britain and the Empire, 1688-1964HIST5339 Borderlands of the British EmpireHIST5349 Decolonization of the British Empire</p> <p>Law</p> <p>LAWS6518 Introduction to Islamic LawReligious Studies</p> <p>RLST5820 Interdisciplinary Seminar on Religion (TheBody in Chinese Religion )</p> <p>Graduate Courses with an Asia FocusCode Title Credit</p> <p>HoursAnthropology</p> <p>ANTH5020 Explorations in Anthropology (Islam;Ethnography of Southeast Asia; GlobalCultures: Islam; Global Islams )</p> <p>ANTH5750 Culture and Society in South AsiaANTH5760 Ethnography of Southeast Asia and</p> <p>IndonesiaArt &amp; Art History</p> <p>ARTH5169 Topics in Ancient and Classical Art andArchaeology (Persian Empire)</p> <p>ARTH5269 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient NearEast</p> <p>ClassicsCLAS5169 Topics in Ancient and Classical Art and</p> <p>Archaeology (Persian Empire)CLAS5269 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Near</p> <p>EastGeography</p> <p>GEOG5832 Geography of TibetGEOG5842 Global Frontiers in Southeast Asia</p> <p>HistoryHIST5129 Colloquium in Modern Asian HistoryHIST5328 The Modern Middle East, 1600 to the</p> <p>PresentHIST5538 History of Modern IndiaHIST5548 Women in Modern IndiaHIST5619 Women in East Asian HistoryHIST5628 Modern China: Collapse of Imperial</p> <p>Brilliance, 1644-1949HIST5638 Contemporary China: Radicalism and</p> <p>Reform, 1949 to PresentHIST5658 China and Islam from the 7th Century to</p> <p>the 20th CenturyHIST5728 Modern Japanese Hi...</p>

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