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2 East Asian Religion Thought and Culture, Please note that students with previous language experience will HISTART 134B Topics in Buddhist Art and Architecture Buddhist 4. be required to take a placement exam Students who place out of Icons in Japan. language courses or into the heritage track will be required to take HISTART 134C Topics in Buddhist Art and Architecture Buddhist 4. additional adviser approved literature or culture courses offered by Art in the Modern Contemporary World. the department in order to meet the above unit requirements. HISTART 190A Special Topics in Fields of Art History Asian 4. Of the six courses from List A a maximum of two semesters of When topic is relevant see adviser for approval. classical language study and no more than one lower division course Asian Literature. may be counted toward fulfilling the requirements,3 CHINESE 120 Ancient Chinese Prose 4. The two lists of courses List A List B will be updated periodically. CHINESE 122 Ancient Chinese Poetry 4, and the full listings will be available on the departmental website. http ealc berkeley edu programs undergraduate undergraduate CHINESE 134 Readings in Classical Chinese Poetry 4. requirements east asian religion major requirements CHINESE 136 Readings in Medieval Prose 4. A preapproved course can be substituted in an academic year during CHINESE 153 Reading Taiwan 4. which EA LANG 191 is not offered CHINESE 155 Readings in Vernacular Chinese Literature 4. CHINESE 156 Modern Chinese Literature 4, Core Courses List A CHINESE 157 Contemporary Chinese Literature 4. BUDDSTD 190 Topics in the Study of Buddhism When topic is 4 CHINESE 158 Reading Chinese Cities 4. relevant see adviser for approval CHINESE 176 Bad Emperors Fantasies of Sovereignty and 4. CHINESE 51 Chinese Thought in the Han Dynasty 4 Transgression in the Chinese Tradition. CHINESE 110A Introduction to Literary Chinese 4 CHINESE 178 Traditional Chinese Drama 4. CHINESE 110B Introduction to Literary Chinese 4 CHINESE 179 Exploring Premodern Chinese Novels 4. CHINESE C116 Buddhism in China 4 CHINESE 180 The Story of the Stone 4. CHINESE 130 Topics in Daoism 4 CHINESE 187 Literature and Media Culture in Taiwan 4. CHINESE C140 Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts 4 CHINESE 188 Popular Media in Modern China 4. CHINESE 186 Confucius and His Interpreters 4 EA LANG 101 Catastrophe Memory and Narrative Comparative 4. EA LANG C50 Introduction to the Study of Buddhism 4 Responses to Atrocity in the Twentieth Century. or BUDDSTD 50Introduction to the Study of Buddhism EA LANG 105 Dynamics of Romantic Core Values in East Asian 4. EA LANG 110 Bio Ethical Issues in East Asian Thought 4 Premodern Literature and Contemporary Film. EA LANG C120 Buddhism on the Silk Road 4 EA LANG 106 Expressing the Ineffable in China and Beyond The 4. Making of Meaning in Poetic Writing,EA LANG C128 Buddhism in Contemporary Society 4.
EA LANG 107 War Empire and Literature in East Asia 4. EA LANG C130 Zen Buddhism 4, EA LANG 108 Revising the Classics Chinese and Greek Poetry 4. EA LANG C132 Pure Land Buddhism 4,in Translation,EA LANG C135 Tantric Traditions of Asia 4. EA LANG 109 History of the Culture of Tea in China and Japan 4. JAPAN C115 Japanese Buddhism 4, EA LANG 111 Reading Global Politics in Contemporary East 4. JAPAN 116 Introduction to the Religions of Japan 4. Asian Literature, JAPAN 120 Introduction to Classical Japanese 4 EA LANG 112 The East Asian Sixties 4. JAPAN C141 Introductory Readings in Japanese Buddhist Texts 4 EA LANG 114 Illness Narratives Vulnerable Bodies 4. JAPAN 144 Edo Literature 4 EA LANG 115 Knowing Others and Being Known The Art of 4. JAPAN 146 Japanese Historical Documents 4 Writing People. MONGOLN C117 Mongolian Buddhism 4 EA LANG 116 Modern East Asian Fiction 4. TIBETAN 110A Intensive Readings in Tibetan 4 EA LANG 118 Sex and Gender in Premodern Chinese Culture 4. TIBETAN 110B Intensive Readings in Tibetan 4 JAPAN 130 Classical Japanese Poetry 4. TIBETAN C114 Tibetan Buddhism 4 JAPAN 132 Premodern Japanese Diary Nikki Literature 4. TIBETAN 116 Traditional Tibet 4 JAPAN 140 Heian Prose 4. TIBETAN C154 Death Dreams and Visions in Tibetan Buddhism 4 JAPAN 155 Modern Japanese Literature 4. JAPAN 159 Contemporary Japanese Literature 4, Supplementary Disciplinary Breadth Courses JAPAN 170 Classical Japanese Literature in Translation 4.
List B JAPAN 173 Modern Japanese Literature in Translation 4. Art History JAPAN 177 Urami Rancor and Revenge in Japanese 4. HISTART 130A Early Chinese Art Part I 4 Literature. HISTART 131A Sacred Arts in China 4 JAPAN 180 Ghosts and the Modern Literary Imagination 4. HISTART 134A Topics in Buddhist Art and Architecture Buddhist 4 JAPAN 181 Reframing Disasters Fukushima Before and After 4. Temple Art amp Architecture in Japan KOREAN 130 Genre and Occasion in Traditional Poetry 4. East Asian Religion Thought and Culture 3, KOREAN 140 Narrating Persons and Objects in Traditional 4 MUSIC 134A Course Not Available 4. Korean Prose MUSIC 134B Course Not Available 4,KOREAN 150 Modern Korean Poetry 4 Philosophy. KOREAN 153 Readings in Modern Korean Literature 4 PHILOS 151 Early Chinese Thought 4. KOREAN 155 Modern Korean Fiction 4 Religious Studies. KOREAN 157 Contemporary Korean Literature 4 ANTHRO 158 Religion and Anthropology 4. KOREAN 170 Intercultural Encounters in Korean Literature 4 EA LANG C126 Buddhism and the Environment 4. KOREAN 172 Gender and Korean Literature 4 RELIGST 190 Topics in the Study of Religion 4. KOREAN 174 Modern Korean Fiction in Translation 4, Undergraduate students must fulfill the following requirements in addition. KOREAN 180 Critical Approaches to Modern Korean Literature 4. to those required by their major program,KOREAN 185 Picturing Korea 4. MONGOLN 110 Literary Mongolian 4 For detailed lists of courses that fulfill college requirements please. TIBETAN 115 Contemporary Tibet 4 review the College of Letters Sciences http guide berkeley edu. Film undergraduate colleges schools letters science page in this Guide For. College advising appointments please visit the L S Advising https. CHINESE 172 Contemporary Chinese Language Cinema 4. ls berkeley edu advising about undergraduate advising services Pages. EA LANG 180 East Asian Film Directors and their Contexts 4. EA LANG 181 East Asian Film Special Topics in Genre 4 University of California Requirements. JAPAN 185 Introduction to Japanese Cinema 4 Entry Level Writing http writing berkeley edu node 78. JAPAN 188 Japanese Visual Culture Introduction to Anime 4. All students who will enter the University of California as freshmen must. JAPAN 189 Topics in Japanese Film 4 demonstrate their command of the English language by fulfilling the. KOREAN 186 Introduction to Korean Cinema 4 Entry Level Writing requirement Fulfillment of this requirement is also a. KOREAN 187 History and Memory in Korean Cinema 4 prerequisite to enrollment in all reading and composition courses at UC. KOREAN 188 Cold War Culture in Korea Literature and Film 4 Berkeley. KOREAN 189 Korean Film Authors 4 American History and American Institutions http. History guide berkeley edu undergraduate colleges schools letters. HISTORY 100 Course Not Available When topic is relevant see science american history institutions requirement. adviser for approval The American History and Institutions requirements are based on the. HISTORY 103F Proseminar Problems in Interpretation in the 4 principle that a US resident graduated from an American university. Several Fields of History Asia When topic is should have an understanding of the history and governmental. relevant see adviser for approval institutions of the United States. HISTORY 113A Course Not Available,HISTORY 113B Modern Korean History 4.
Berkeley Campus Requirement, HISTORY 116A China Early China 4 American Cultures http americancultures berkeley edu. students courses, HISTORY 116B China Two Golden Ages China During the Tang 4. and Song Dynasties All undergraduate students at Cal need to take and pass this course. HISTORY 116C China Modern China 4 in order to graduate The requirement offers an exciting intellectual. environment centered on the study of race ethnicity and culture of the. HISTORY 116D China Twentieth Century China 4, United States AC courses offer students opportunities to be part of. HISTORY 116G Imperial China and the World 4 research led highly accomplished teaching environments grappling with. HISTORY 117A Topics in Chinese History Chinese Popular 4 the complexity of American Culture. HISTORY 117D Topics in Chinese History The Chinese Body 4 College of Letters Science Essential Skills. Gender and Sex Health and Medicine Requirements, HISTORY 118A Japan Japan Archaeological Period to 1800 4. Quantitative Reasoning http guide berkeley edu, HISTORY 118B Japan Japan 1800 1900 4 undergraduate colleges schools letters science quantitative.
HISTORY 118C Japan Empire and Alienation The 20th Century in 4 reasoning requirement. Japan The Quantitative Reasoning requirement is designed to ensure that. HISTORY 119A Topics in Japanese History Postwar Japan 4 students graduate with basic understanding and competency in math. MONGOLN 116 The Mongol Empire 4 statistics or computer science The requirement may be satisfied by. MONGOLN 118 Modern Mongolia 4 exam or by taking an approved course. TIBETAN 118 The Politics of Modern Tibet 4 Foreign Language http guide berkeley edu undergraduate. TIBETAN 119 Tibetan Medicine in History and Society 4 colleges schools letters science foreign language requirement. Music The Foreign Language requirement may be satisfied by demonstrating. CHINESE C184 Course Not Available proficiency in reading comprehension writing and conversation in a. 4 East Asian Religion Thought and Culture, foreign language equivalent to the second semester college level either Modified Senior Residence Requirement. by passing an exam or by completing approved course work Participants in the UC Education Abroad Program EAP Berkeley. Summer Abroad or the UC Berkeley Washington Program UCDC. Reading and Composition http guide berkeley edu, may meet a Modified Senior Residence requirement by completing 24. undergraduate colleges schools letters science reading. excluding EAP of their final 60 semester units in residence At least 12. composition requirement, of these 24 units must be completed after you have completed 90 units. In order to provide a solid foundation in reading writing and critical. thinking the College requires two semesters of lower division work in Upper Division Residence Requirement. composition in sequence Students must complete parts A B reading You must complete in residence a minimum of 18 units of upper. and composition courses by the end of their second semester and a division courses excluding UCEAP units 12 of which must satisfy the. second level course by the end of their fourth semester requirements for your major. College of Letters Science 7 Course Expand all course descriptions Collapse all course descriptions. Breadth Requirements EA LANG R1B Reading and Composition on. Breadth Requirements http guide berkeley edu undergraduate topics in East Asian Humanities 4 Units. colleges schools letters science breadthrequirementstext Terms offered Summer 2020 First 6 Week Session Spring 2020 Spring. The undergraduate breadth requirements provide Berkeley students with. The arts of reading a text summarizing its argument questioning its. a rich and varied educational experience outside of their major program. suppositions generating balanced opinions and expressing those. As the foundation of a liberal arts education breadth courses give. opinions with clarity and effectiveness lie at the center of university. students a view into the intellectual life of the University while introducing. life and educated human endeavor EA Lang R1B is designed to help. them to a multitude of perspectives and approaches to research and. inculcate those skills paying particular attention to East Asian humanistic. scholarship Engaging students in new disciplines and with peers from. topics This four unit course focuses on how to formulate questions and. other majors the breadth experience strengthens interdisciplinary. hone observations into well reasoned coherent and convincing essays. connections and context that prepares Berkeley graduates to understand. Attention will be paid to the basic rules of grammar logical construction. and solve the complex issues of their day, compelling rhetorical approaches research techniques library and. Unit Requirements database skills and forms of citation. Reading and Composition on topics in East Asian Humanities Read. 120 total units More,Rules Requirements,Of the 120 units 36 must be upper division units.
Prerequisites Previously passed an R A course with a letter grade of C. Of the 36 upper division units 6 must be taken in courses offered. or better Previously passed an articulated R A course with a letter grade. outside your major department, of C or better Score a 4 on the Advanced Placement Exam in English. Residence Requirements Literature and Composition Score a 4 or 5 on the Advanced Placement. Exam in English Language and Composition Score of 5 6 or 7 on the. For units to be considered in residence you must be registered in. International Baccalaureate Higher Level Examination in English. courses on the Berkeley campus as a student in the College of Letters. Science Most students automatically fulfill the residence requirement Requirements this course satisfies Satisfies the second half of the. 2 East Asian Religion Thought and Culture 1 Please note that students with previous language experience will be required to take a placement exam Students who place out of language courses or into the heritage track will be required to take additional adviser approved literature or culture courses offered by

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