MSU helmetJapanese

The goal of the Japanese program is to equip students, both majors and nonmajors, with functional proficiency in the language as well as cultural literacy and knowledge about Japan. The program employs proficiency-oriented approaches to teaching Japanese and emphasizes cultural and communicative competence in speaking, listening, reading and writing.

What can I do with Japanese?

Graduates in Japanese pursue careers in a range of industries, excelling in jobs that demand deep knowledge of Japanese language and culture.

Alumni work at:

  • Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program
  • Nagase America Corporation
  • NNR Global Logistics
  • Amity Japan
  • Government of Japan
  • Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services
  • Sasakawa Peace Foundation

Alumni work as:

  • Translators
  • Cultural diplomacy program coordinators
  • Program managers
  • Japanese instructors
  • Foreign service officers
  • Investigators
  • Convention managers


View Courses    More Information