Business. International Relations. Law. Environmental Science. Teaching. Journalism. Government.
These are just a few of the fields that await you with a Wittenberg East Asian Studies degree. Graduate schools across the country, including Yale, Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and Johns Hopkins, recognize Wittenberg's EAS program and accept our graduates into their distinguished programs. EAS alumni are among the country's finest scholars and have been awarded such prestigious grants as Fulbright, Woodrow Wilson, and Mellon Fellowships. At Wittenberg, East Asian Studies equals success - not only in your personal life, but in your professional world, too.
To understand and appreciate East Asia, you need to acquire the tools of discovery - a challenge EAS students eagerly accept. As an EAS student, you will learn Japanese or Chinese, developing not only your conversational skills, but also your ability to read and write. You will also rigorously study the region from a variety of scholarly approaches. The breadth and depth of its interdisciplinary curriculum sets East Asian Studies at Wittenberg apart from programs at other colleges and universities, and makes you increasingly well-rounded and confident.