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GENERAL INFORMATION

Message From the President 2
The University of Hawai'i 5
Calendar 6-7
Undergraduate Education 8-
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UHM General Education Core and Graduation Requirements 23-
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Graduate Education 28-
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Student Life 46-
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Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid 59-
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Degrees and Certificates 70-
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ACADEMIC UNITS

Architecture 72-
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Arts & Sciences, AMST-IT 77-
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Arts & Sciences, JOUR-ZOOL 122-
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Business Administration 176-
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Education
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Engineering 208-
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Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies 217-
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Health Sciences and Social Welfare 226
Interdisciplinary Programs 227-
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Law 234-
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Medicine 237-
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Nursing 256-
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Ocean and Earth Science and Technology 267-
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Outreach College 285-
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Public Health 289-
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ROTC Programs 293-
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Social Work
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Travel Industry Management 298-
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Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources 304-
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Instructional Support, Research, and Service Units  478-
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COURSES

Overview 325
A - E 326-
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F - N 379-
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O - Z 427-
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PERSONNEL

Administration 484-
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Endowed Chairs and Distinguished Professorships 486
Faculty 486-
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Emeriti Faculty 511-
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Instructional Support, Research, and Service Units Staff 518-
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REFERENCE

Appendix 528-
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Glossary 533-
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East Asian Languages and Literatures

College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature
Moore 382
1890 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96822
Tel: (808) 956-8940
Fax: (808) 956-9515
Web: www2.hawaii.edu/eall/

Faculty
*D. E. Ashworth, PhD-Japanese and Asian language pedagogy; telecommunications and language learning; translation pedagogy
*R. L. Cheng, PhD-Mandarin and Taiwanese lexicon, phonology and syntax, comparison of Chinese and Japanese (writing and phonology), computer-assisted research on language contacts
*J. R. Cohn, PhD-Japanese literature, especially comedy and modern fiction; and bibliography
*H. M. Cook, PhD-Japanese linguistics, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis and pragmatics; second language acquisition
S. A. Curry, MA-Japanese language teaching
*J. H. Haig, PhD-Japanese linguistics, syntax, and semantics, functional syntax, linguistic theory
*K. Hijirida, EdD-Japanese language pedagogy; language for special purposes; curriculum design, development and assessment
S. H. Hirate, MA-Japanese language teaching
C. I. Hitosugi, MA-Japanese language teaching
*H. I. Hsieh, PhD-Chinese language and linguistics; Chinese literature and culture; mathematical linguistics; semantics; cognitive grammar
*R. N. Huey, PhD-classical Japanese literature (especially waka)
T. Iwai, MA-Japanese language teaching
S. Jiang, MA-Chinese language teaching
*K. Kanno, PhD-Japanese linguistics, syntax, second language acquisition
*Y-H. Kim, PhD-modern Korean women writers; Korean culture, East Asian women writers and society
K. S. Kitsutani, MEd-Japanese language teaching
T. D. Klafehn, MA-Japanese language teaching
K. Kondo, EdD-Japanese language pedagogy; curriculum design, development and assessment; Japanese as a second/heritage language
J. Kwan, MA-Chinese language teaching
M. Lachmann, MA-Japanese language teaching
J. R. Landers, PhD-Chinese language and culture
*D. J. Lee, PhD-Korean language and linguistics, language acquisition
*Y. C. Li, PhD-Chinese syntax and semantics, language acquisition, comparative dialects, classical Chinese, sociolinguistics, language planning, second language acquisition
*L. B. Lower, PhD-Japanese language and literature, comparative literature
J-Y. Lu-Chen, PhD-Chinese language teaching, translation and interpretation
K. A. Masunaga, MA-Japanese language teaching
*D. R. McCraw, PhD-Chinese classical literature, especially poetry, particularly Tang shi, Song shi and ci, and Qing ci
H. Nagahara, PhD-Japanese linguistics: phonology and syntax/semantics
G. E. Nakahara, MA-Japanese language teaching
*N. M. Ochner, PhD-modern Japanese literature, comparative literature of Japan and the West
M. Ogasawara, MA-Japanese language teaching
D. T. Ogawa, MA-Japanese language teaching
J. K. Omura, MA-Japanese language teaching
K. J. Ota, PhD-Japanese language teaching
G. E. Ray, MA-Japanese language teaching
*K. A. Reynolds, PhD-Japanese socio-historical linguistics, and sociolinguistics (gender and class)
*L. A. Serafim, PhD-Japonic linguistics: Japanese and Ryukyuan language history and dialectology
H. Shimizu, MA-Japanese language teaching
K. Shoji, MA-Japanese language teaching
*H. M. Sohn, PhD-Korean language and linguistics, Korean-Japanese comparative syntax, general linguistics
M. Steverson, MA-Japanese language teaching
*M. M. Tahara, PhD-Japanese: Heian poetry and prose, modern literature
Y. Tateyama, MA-Japanese language teaching
*A. H. Thornhill, PhD-medieval Japanese literature and religion
*V. H. Viglielmo, PhD-Japanese: modern literature with emphasis on Meiji-Taisho fiction: modern Japanese philosophy
*G. Vitiello, PhD-traditional Chinese fiction
*A. V. Vovin, PhD-history of the Japanese and Korean languages, comparative Altaic linguistics, the Ainu language
Y. Wada, MA-Japanese language teaching
C-K. P. Woo, MA-Japanese language teaching
*T-C. Yao, PhD-Chinese language pedagogy, computer-assisted language instruction in Chinese
*D. R. Yoshimi, PhD-Japanese sociolinguistics and discourse analysis, second language acquisition and pedagogy
*M-B. Yue, PhD-modern Chinese literature, literary history and theory, feminism, cultural studies, film theory
S. M. Zeng, PhD-Chinese language teaching, translation and interpretation

Cooperating Graduate Faculty
G. Kasper, PhD-second-language discourse analysis, pragmatics, learning strategies, qualitative research methods

*Graduate Faculty

Degrees Offered: BA in Chinese, BA in Japanese, BA in Korean, MA in East Asian languages and literatures, PhD in East Asian languages and literatures

The Academic Program

East Asian Languages and Literatures (EALL) is the largest department of its kind in the country and offers a curriculum unparalleled in its breadth, depth, and variety of courses in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

At the undergraduate level, language skill courses are aimed at developing a high level of proficiency in both the spoken and written aspects of the languages. Other courses provide both introductory and advanced coverage of the literatures of East Asia and the analysis and description of the languages themselves. The graduate program is primarily designed to provide students with advanced professional training in language history, structure, pedagogy, and sociolinguistics, as well as literary history and criticism.

While most students enroll in language courses to fulfill the General Education Core requirement for foreign languages, there are many who plan to use Chinese, Japanese, or Korean in research or graduate studies. Those who plan to enter the work force immediately upon completing their undergraduate studies find that their language proficiency opens doors to employment in the local travel industry and other internationally oriented businesses.

Undergraduate Study

BA in Chinese

Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 34 credit hours, including the following upper division courses:

  • CHN 301, 302, 401, and 402
  • CHN 451 or 452
  • EALL 361 or 362
  • One of CHN 470 or EALL 363B, 363C
  • 9 credit hours of approved courses in Chinese language and literature

BA in Japanese

Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours, including:

  • JPN 350, 370, 401, 402, and 407E
  • JPN 407B, 407C, or 407D
  • EALL 271 and 272
  • 12 credit hours in approved courses

BA in Korean

Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours, including:

  • KOR 301, 302, 401, 402, 451, and 452
  • EALL 281 and 282
  • 12 credit hours in approved courses

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