Asian studies students examine a broad perspective of culture, religion, politics, economics, and history. The diverse and wide range of classes covers China, Japan, Korea, and the Middle East. Students can spend a semester or more at various universities in Asia, including Mary Baldwin’s sister school, Doshisha Women’s College in Kyoto, Japan.
Why Asian Studies at Mary Baldwin University?
Asia is by far the most important area of the world for U.S. affairs and for students preparing for most professional careers (professor, government work, international business, journalism, etc.) Students, especially those studying oversees, profit greatly by having a background in Asia.
Mary Baldwin maintains excellent ties with three Japanese universities. Students can take advantage of this opportunity.