The Program in Japanese Studies coordinates a variety of campus offerings dealing with the language, history, culture, and political economy of Japan. The program is especially strong in the area of modern and contemporary Japan. In addition to courses availabe in the Departments of Anthropology, Economics, History, Linguistics, Literature, Music, Political Science, Sociology, Theatre and Dance and Visual Arts, qualified undergraduates may also enroll in Japan-related courses in the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies with consent of instructors.
Fall 2015 Quarter Tutorial Sections schedules
For JAPN 10A students, please visit JAPN 10A Tutorial Sections Enrollment Instructions.
For JAPN 20A students, please visit JAPN 20A Tutorial Sections Enrollment Instructions.
Japanese Language Placement Testing is now offered online. E-mail email@example.com for more information.
The Applications for Winter 2016 Quarter Teaching Assistants are now accepted. Please submit your online application by November 10, 2015. Please see the Graduate page for the URL and important details.
The 2015-16 Joseph Naiman Graduate Fellowship in Japanese Studies
Congratulations to Charls T. McClean (Political Science) and Caroline Collins (Communications)!
2014-15 Japanese National Honor Society Inductees
Congratulations to Dylan Yokoyama, Laura Lee, and Jialing "Christena" Si!
Are you interested in taking a Japanese language course at UCSD?
Get information on the placement exam.
The Japanese National Honor Society - College Chapter (JNHS-CC) recognizes and encourages scholastic achievement and excellence in the study of the Japanese language. For detailed info, go to Language -> Japanese National Honor Society.