Studying Japanese at Calvin unlocks fantastic opportunities.
Japanese languages courses greatly expand your options in careers like business and international relations, and can contribute toward a degree in Asian studies. Studying Japanese is also a unique way to satisfy your core language requirements.
In classes that cover elementary through advanced Japanese, you'll gain a mastery of the language in a community of enthusiastic learners. Outside your classes, you'll engage with Japanese culture through opportunities like an interim abroad in Japan, local events organized by the Japanese community, and more. You'll develop a deep appreciation for Japanese culture—while gaining language skills that will give you a big advantage in the job market and your career.
Looking to stretch yourself further? Find even more collaboration and academic depth in one of Calvin’s two distinct honors programs.
Learn more about the Honors Scholars and Collegiate Scholars programs.
Asian Studies at Calvin
Contextualize your Japanese degree with Asian studies and learn more about history, art, and culture.
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