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Southeast Asian Studies Undergraduate Certificate

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The Southeast Asian Studies Certificate is open to students from any major. The program is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of Southeast Asia, which comprises a vital region that stands at the forefront of dynamic changes in global politics and the world economy. The certificate program critically examines these trends as well as the rich cultures, traditions, and societies of Southeast Asia. The curriculum involves courses from four university colleges between many disciplines and includes multiple opportunities for study abroad. The interdisciplinary coursework and language skills of the certificate are applicable to a wide variety of professions.

Eligibility and Required Coursework

The Southeast Asian Studies Certificate program requires students maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher in certificate courses.  For a complete list of program requirements, please view the course catalog.

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You can apply to add the Southeast Asian Studies Certificate online. If you have questions about the program, please contact the Assistant Director for Undergraduate Programs


Dr. Catherine Cutcher
Assistant Director
Global Studies Programs
Center for International Studies
Yamada International House 106
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
(740) 597-2756
Email: cutcher@ohio.edu

Dr. Takaaki Suzuki
Director of Asian Studies Program
Professor of Political Science
Bentley Annex 231
740-593-4378
Email: suzuki@ohio.edu

Dr. Charlie V. Morgan
Asian Studies Undergraduate Advisor
Associate Professor of Sociology
Bentley Annex 111
740-593-1371
Email: morganc3@ohio.edu