The Asian Studies Program provides courses on Asian cultures, civilizations, and societies, in a broad range that includes East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. The underlying assumption of all aspects of the program is that the vast region labeled "Asia" is complex and diverse and that varied Asian peoples and institutions have greatly influenced, and continue to influence, human experience throughout the world.
Asian Studies graduates work in a diverse array of jobs for a variety of organizations:
Int. Program Officer, World Vision
Therapist, Helping People Blossom
Project Coordinator, JHU-SPH Center
Editor & Publisher, Wenatchee World
Assist. Director of Admissions, Seattle Univ.
Lead PR Representative, Wokai Microfinance
Global Customer Manager, DHL Solutions
Sr. Travel Manager, Microsoft
Social Worker III, State of Washington
Assoc. Dir. Of Development, Univ. of Colorado
Compliance Admin., Michelle Wine Estates
Senior Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton
Operation Manager, Gold Harbor Commodities
Landscape Architect, Crowley Landscape
Visit the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) Network in Cascade to see a complete list of Asian Studies graduates who have volunteered to speak with students about their career path.