Concentrating in EAS

On the left, four EAS concentrators stand in front of a museum exhibition sign reading "The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated," while on the right stands Professor Melissa McCormick.
Concentrators attend an EAS excursion to NYC for a private tour of the Met's Genji Exhibit, co-curated by EALC Professor Melissa McCormick

 

Are you ready to declare EAS or switch to EAS from another concentration?  You're in the right place!

1. Review EAS requirements

2. Meet with the Undergraduate Program Coordinator. Email Nicole Escolas to schedule your 15 minute appointment.

3. Submit a Plan of Study to your Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies (ADUS), based on your year. Click here to learn more about how to complete your plan of study.

ADUS for first-year students and sophomores - Jesse LeFebvre
ADUS for juniors - Janet Louie
ADUS for seniors - Jonathan Thumas