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While the IBS offers a set of classes each semester, there are instances in which a class may be cancelled due to low enrollment. If there are enough students to warrant, and the instructor is willing, such a class may be converted from a regular class format to a directed studies format, with fewer meetings over the course of a semester.

Course Listings for Fall 2012

HR 3060 : Buddhist Japanese III 

Instructor(s): Kurioka Units: 3.0
Time: Wednesday (monthly dates TBD) 2:00PM - 6:00PM Course Level: Intermediate
Classroom: TBD

This course introduces high intermediate Japanese grammar. It is focused on understanding compound and complex sentences. We also analyze why subjects and phrases are omitted in typical Japanese sentences. Students will acquire the knowledge of multiple language equivalents (Skt., Ch., Tib.) and corresponding concepts within Buddhist thought. Students will build upon knowledge of Buddhist terminology and kanji. NOTE: This course will meet in-person one Wednesday a month, from 2pm-6pm. Course format: Lecture. Evaluation: Participation/exam. Auditors with faculty permission.

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