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1401 Introductory Japanese
Introduction to the Japanese language and culture: pronunciation, grammar, reading of simple texts and conversation.

1402 Introductory Japanese
Prerequisite(s): JPN 1401 or two units of high school Japanese.
Continuation of JPN 1401.

2310 Intermediate Japanese
Prerequisite(s): JPN 1401 and 1402 or three units of high school Japanese.
Conversation, composition, cultural readings, and grammar re view.

2312 Intermediate Japanese for Business
Prerequisite(s): JPN 1401 and 1402 or three units of high school Japanese.
Introduction to Japanese business publications and development of communication skills within a business context. This course is designed primarily for students seeking a B.B.A. degree, but may be substituted for JPN 2310 and used in fulfillment of the foreign language requirement in the College of Arts and Sciences.

2320 Intermediate Japanese
Prerequisite(s): JPN 1401, 1402, and 2310 or four units of high school Japanese.
Continuation of JPN 2310.

3301 Japanese Reading Development
Prerequisite(s): Eleven semester hours of Japanese including JPN 2320 or consent of instructor.
Development of Japanese reading skills through grammar review and selected readings.

3302 Japanese Reading Skills
Prerequisite(s): JPN 3301 or equivalent.
Further development of reading skills through grammar review and selected readings, completing the introduction of the 1,850 ideographs required for reading general publications in Japanese language.

3303 Japanese Conversation and Composition
Prerequisite(s): JPN 2320.
Further development of communication skills through conversation and composition.

3304 Japanese Civilization
Prerequisite(s): JPN 3301, 3302, or 3303.
Japanese history and culture in the target language.

3352 Japanese Theatre and Culture (Cross-listed as THEA 3352)
History and practice of theatre in Japan from earliest recorded history to the present era.

3V70 Special Topics in Japanese
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
Independent study in Japanese language and culture or literature. With content changed, this course may be repeated for a total of 6 hours.

4V90 Special Topics in Japanese
Prerequisite(s): JPN 3301, JPN 3302, JPN 3303, and JPN 3304; or consent of instructor.
Independent study in Japanese language and culture or literature on a topic selected by the student in consultation with the instructor. With content changed, this course may be repeated once for up to six semester hours of credit.