The Asian Studies minor introduces students to the cultures, histories, and languages of Asian countries, and to cross-cultural comparisons between the United States and Asia. Students can earn the minor by successfully completing at least 18 related credit hours. At least nine of those 18 credit hours must be earned in residence at Embry-Riddle. These 18 credits can be earned from the following options:
Complete all 18 credit hours from the list of Asian Studies courses below.
Transfer up to nine credits in an Asian language or from Asian Studies courses, and earn nine Asian Studies credits from Embry-Riddle.
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Themes in the Humanities|
|LCH 101||Mandarin Chinese I||3|
|LCH 102||Mandarin Chinese II||3|
|LCH 201||Mandarin Chinese III||3|
|or HU 199||Special Topics in Humanities|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|U.S. - Asian Relations|
|Special Topics in Humanities|
Credit-hour requirements for minors in various disciplines have a minimum of 15 hours and are outlined in the catalog. At least 6 hours must be fulfilled at the upper level. In addition, at least 6 hours of course work applied to a minor must be completed at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, of which at least 3 hours completed in residence must be at the upper level. No more than two substitutions (6 hours) are permitted in any minor.