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Explores all aspects of the Japanese language at an advanced level and concentrates on developing practical communicative competence in Japanese.
The major offers a wide range of topics, including Japanese Media, Japanese Society, Japanese Trade, Japanese Arts and Japanese Science and Technology. Students even get the opportunity to have real time communication with Japanese people on chat lines. The Japanese exchange programs also enable students to explore both modern and traditional Japan by studying at one of our exchange partner universities.
All applicants are required to demonstrate satisfactory performance in Year 12 ATAR Japanese: Second Language, or demonstrate equivalent language skills in Japanese . Native speakers of Japanese who have completed their compulsory education in Japan and/or in a Japanese educational institution overseas (i.e. six years at primary and three years at junior high school) are not eligible to enrol in this major.
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|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|JLS2203||Japanese (Intermediate 3)||15|
|JLS2204||Japanese (Intermediate 4)||15|
|JLS3403||Japanese (IT Applications in Communication)||15|
|Plus 4 units from:|
|JLS3457 ^||Japanese (The Arts)||15|
|JLS3437 ^||Japanese (Life and the Environment)||15|
|JLS3447 ^||Japanese (Science and Technology)||15|
|JLS3487 ^||Japanese (Travel and Trade)||15|
|JLS3497 ^||Japanese (Media)||15|
|Note: Students may, with the Unit set Coordinators approval, substitute 1 of the units above with the following unit:|
|JLS2375 ^||Japanese Study Abroad||15|
^ Core Option
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