In fall 2014, the Department of Modern Languages will add a fifth semester of Japanese to its regular offerings of two years of Japanese.
Why is it important to learn Japanese?
Japanese companies account for a substantial amount of automotive manufacturing in regions of Kentucky.Set yourself apart by taking on a language known for innovation, design, and creativity in traditional modern arts.
Courses offered at WKU
JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese I
JAPN 102 Elementary Japanese II
JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I
JAPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II
JAPN 260 Readings in Japanese Literature and Culture
Interested in learning more Japanese and more about Japan?
Choose the right study abroad program for you at: www.wku.edu/studyabroad.
Apply for a Critical Languages Scholarship. Students who have studied Japanese show a commitment to the language and are likely to be more competitive for these prestigious awards for intensive language study abroad.
Primary Contact Person
Would you like to know more about studying Japanese at WKU? Joe Ertl is senior instructor for Japanese. Contact him for questions about placement, departmental exams, majoring or minoring, prestigious scholarships, and study abroad opportunities.