The following requirements must be fulfilled: 

The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Undergraduate Programs.

18 credits taken as follows:

Required
One 2000-level course in Asian American studies (3 credits):
ENGL 2100Introduction to Asian American Studies through Literature
One introductory course in history (3 credits) selected from the following: 1
AMST 1050Explorations in American Culture (Approved topic: Race and Racism in U.S. History)
AMST 2410Modern U.S. Immigration
or AMST 2410W Modern U.S. Immigration
One 3000-level course in Asian American or postcolonial studies (3 credits) selected from the following:
ENGL 3730Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film
or ENGL 3730W Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film
ENGL 3960Asian American Literature
or ENGL 3960W Asian American Literature
ENGL 3965Topics in Asian American Cultural Studies
Electives
Three additional courses (9 credits), or one internship (3 credits) and 2 additional courses (6 credits), selected from the following: 1,2
AMST 1050Explorations in American Culture (Approved topic: Race and Racism in U.S. History)
AMST 1200The Sixties in America
AMST 2410Modern U.S. Immigration
or AMST 2410W Modern U.S. Immigration
AMST 2750Latinos in the United States
or AMST 2750W Latinos in the United States
AMST 3360African American History to 1865
ANTH 2501The Anthropology of Gender: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
or WGSS 2121 The Anthropology of Gender: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
CTAD 2186The Asian American Pacific Islander Experience through Movement and Performance
ENGL 3730Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film
or ENGL 3730W Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film
ENGL 3960Asian American Literature
or ENGL 3960W Asian American Literature
ENGL 3965Topics in Asian American Cultural Studies
ENGL 4470Internship
HIST 2630History of Korea
HIST 3611History of Modern China
HIST 3621History of Modern Japan
HIST 3640History of Southeast Asia
HIST 3650Modern South Asia, 1750-Present
JAPN 3162Japanese Culture Through Film
PSYC 2101Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC 3125Cross-Cultural Psychology
PSYC 3126WMulticultural Psychology
SOC 1001Introduction to Sociology
or SOC 1002 The Sociological Imagination
SOC 2174Sociology of Immigration
or SOC 2179 Race and Minority Relations
TRDA 4598Internship

1 The following courses may count as either a required or an elective course, but not both: AMST 1050, AMST 2410, ENGL 3730, ENGL 3730W, ENGL 3960, ENGL 3960W, ENGL 3965.

Up to two Psychology (PSYC) courses (6 credits) may be counted toward the elective requirement. PSYC 2101 is a prerequisite for PSYC 3125 and PSYC 3126W. For additional prerequisites for PSYC 2101 and PSYC 3125, consult the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences website. Because the psychology courses on race and culture are 3000-level courses with up to four prerequisites, the psychology option is offered for psychology majors or those able to take two or three prerequisites outside this minor.

Up to two Sociology (SOC) courses (6 credits) may be counted toward the elective requirement, including one 1000-level course and one 2000-level course. SOC 1001 and SOC 1002 are prerequisites for SOC 2174 and SOC 2179.