Majoring in EAS

Career paths with an East Asian Studies major or an East Asian Studies Language and Culture Certificate are broad and varied. Students may choose to pursue advanced studies in East Asian Studies, law or business, pursue a diplomatic career with the State Department, work with an NGO or a multi-national corporation, or launch a new venture overseas. Whatever the career or academic interests, students will find that the East Asian Studies curriculum will enhance their understanding of China, Japan and Korea, and enrich their undergraduate experience.

A study of recent graduates found that 18% are in business or finance; 18% are in legal occupations; 9% are in the arts, design, entertainment, sports, or media occupations; 9% are in computer and mathematical occupations; 9% in education, training, and library occupations; and 9% are in sales and related occupations.