Student Job Opportunity
The Japanese Language Program is currently seeking qualified graduate and undergraduate students to work as Japanese Language Peer Tutors. Peer Tutors help first- and second-year Japanese language students practice speaking Japanese. Candidates must be fluent in Japanese. If interested, please submit an application through the Student Financial Services website.
Meet the 2015-2016 Japanese Language Program UDRs, Evan MacPhaul and Qianran Yang! Visit the UDRs page to learn more.
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The Japanese Language Program of the Department of German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literature offers a four-year curriculum in Japanese language study. The program emphasizes the acquisition of proficiency in four areas: listening, speaking, reading and writing. At the same time, the program aims to develop an awareness of the distinct culture and heritage of Japan through hands-on classroom activities and special presentations.
Our courses utilize audio, video, computer and Internet resources to support comprehensive learning of the Japanese language and to create a dynamic learning community. Each semester, students develop their own Japanese-language Web pages and student work is created and displayed on the program's electronic blackboard.
We invite students of all majors to explore this uniquely complex language and acquire an invaluable perspective on cultural diversity.