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Japanese (JP)

JP 101  Beginning Japanese I  (4)  

Introduction to conversation, reading, writing, grammar and composition. Development of oral/aural skills. Particular emphasis on contemporary culture and social customs in Japan. A CD Rom program to develop phonological skills is a component of this course. Offered fall semester only. No prerequisite.

JP 102  Beginning Japanese II  (4)  

Continuation of Japanese I. Offered spring semester only. Prerequisite: JP 101 or consent of instructor.

(General Ed Humanities. Global Citizenship Ethics Div.)  

JP 201  Intermediate Japanese I  (3)  

This course is intended as reinforcement of the 5 skills learned in JP 102: speaking, listening, reading, writing and culture. This course is the continuation of JP 102.

(General Ed Humanities. Global Citizenship Ethics Div.)  

JP 202  Intermediate Japanese II  (3)  

This course is a continuation of JP 201.

(General Ed Humanities. Global Citizenship Ethics Div.)