Japanese Department

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Conversational Japanese Classes Suspended Indefinitely

Since Academic Year 2009-10, Conversational Japanese course offerings were suspended with the statewide budget crisis for post-secondary schools and historically low class enrollments.  The following Japanese courses have been placed on “suspension”:

  • JAPN 060A
  • JAPN 060B
  • JAPN 060C
  • JAPN 090A
  • JAPN 090B
  • JAPN 090C

 


 

Japanese is one of many world languages taught at De Anza. We provide a wide range of course levels to meet the needs of our students, including introductory and/or elementary sequences for all foreign languages offered, and intermediate and advanced courses for some.

 

If you have studied a language at another institution, to accurately assess your past instruction (and support your success in further Japanese language study), we require a World Languages Prerequisite Clearance to register in JAPN 2.

Please follow these general rules to decide which course level is best for you.

  • One year of high school language is equal to one quarter of De Anza language. For example, if you took Japanese 1 & 2 in high school, you can continue with Japanese 3 at De Anza.

  • Review the Japanese course catalog and current schedule of classes (see links on left menu).

  • See our Intercultural/International Studies Division Frequently Ask Questions page for more information about taking a language class at De Anza.

Arigato!


If you inadvertently reached this department Web site while searching for the International Students Office, please visit the International Students Web site for further assistance.

For the Academic Year (AY) 2009-2010 and AY 2010-2011, the following Hebrew courses have been placed on “suspension”.

 

HEBR 001

HEBR 002

HEBR 003

 

The Elementary Hebrew course offerings were suspended with the statewide budget crisis for post-secondary schools and historically low class enrollments.


Japanese
Building: MCC-14
Contact: Jo Ann Okabe-Kubo
Phone: 408.864.8769
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Last Updated: 7/7/14