Japanese at the University of Mississippi
The University of Mississippi offers an undergraduate minor in Japanese and four levels of instruction. The courses in elementary, intermediate and advanced Japanese emphasize both the language and culture. The minor in Japanese requires the completion of 15 hours of Japanese courses, beyond the 100 level. A maximum of 9 credits for the minor may be taken through an approved study abroad program. Students may complete their language requirement by studying Japanese. Study-abroad opportunities are available at universities in Japan.
WHY STUDY JAPANESE?
Japanese is a beneficial language to learn and knowing Japanese is a marketable skill to have. Japan is the second largest nation in the world in economic size, and the country plays important roles in the world in cutting-edge industries such as computers, artificial intelligence, electronics, robotics and new materials.
The Department maintains an active chapter of the Japanese Honor Society. Membership is based upon academic performance.
Faculty Advisor: Kaoru Ochiai, Ph.D.
Instructional Assistant Professor of Japanese
Office: Croft 217
Throughout the academic year, the Japanese Tutoring Club meets once a week. Join us for games and conversation. Omachi shite masu!
JAPANESE INTENSIVE SUMMER PROGRAM
Begin studying Japanese this summer, spend a month in Japan next year, and complete your minor in just two years! Click here for details.
Financial assistance is available in the form of scholarships and assistantships. For more information, please contact the Department of Modern Languages.