Courses in Japanese that Qualify for the Miami Plan

Hokkaido Flower Fields Hokkaido Flower Fields
Lantern Lit Path in Kyoto Lantern Lit Path in Kyoto
 Mount Fuji with Cherry Blossems  Mount Fuji with Cherry Blossems
 Okinawa Five Castles  Okinawa Five Castles
 Japanese Onsen  Japanese Onsen
Fortress in Osaka Fortress in Osaka
Shinto Gate Shinto Gate
 Taiko Drummers  Taiko Drummers
 Downtown Tokyo at Night  Downtown Tokyo at Night
 Japanese Wave Pixel Art  Japanese Wave Pixel Art

CAS-A Requirement:

JPN 101 - First Year Japanese I
JPN 102 - First Year Japanese II
JPN 201 - Second Year Japanese I
JPN 202 - Second Year Japanese II

CAS-B Requirement:

JPN 231 - Japanese Tales of the Supernatural in English Translation (3)
JPN 255 - Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)

Foundation IIB (Humanities):

JPN 231 - Tales of the Supernatural in English Translation (3)
JPN 255 - Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)

Cultural Perspective:

JPN 231 - Tales of the Supernatural in English Translation (3)
JPN 255 - Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)

Historical Perspective:

JPN 231 - Tales of the Supernatural in English Translation (3)

Thematic Sequences:

The Japanese minor counts as a thematic sequence.

JPN 1: Developing Language Skills in Japanese

For students who have completed the first two semesters of college-level Japanese language or the equivalent. This sequence develops speaking, listening, reading, and writing ability using a variety of materials drawn from fiction, television, film, the Internet, journalism, and memoirs. The courses draw on computer-assisted materials developed by Miami faculty for Miami students and are characterized by small sections and substantial in-class and out-of-class interaction. Courses may not be taken credit/no-credit and must be taken in order.

JPN 201 - Second Year Japanese I (3)
JPN 202 - Second Year Japanese II (3)
JPN 301 - Third Year Japanese I (3)