Prospective Undergraduate Concentrators
Please make an appointment via email to our Departmental Representative, Professor Everett Zhang, 204 Jones Hall, (ezhang@Princeton.EDU).
Please bring the following information:
- Internal transcript
- List of your EAS courses taken to date
- Your course enrollment worksheet with your proposed courses
Requirements for Majors click here.
2014 Events for Prospective Majors
Wednesday, Mar. 26
Informal Conversation with EAS Faculty
Mathey College, PDR
Five faculty members of East Asian Studies welcome you to join them in discussing EAS major requirements, Language and Culture Certificate, and East Asian Studies in general.
The faculty members are: Professors Martin Kern, Chair (Chinese Literature); Dave Leheny (Japanese Politics); Steven Chung (Korean Film); Amy Borovoy (Japanese Anthropology); and Everett Zhang (Chinese Anthropology).
Friday, April 4
Sophomore Open House
Tuesday, April 15
Gest Library Tour
Meet in Jones 202
The Gest Library is one of the largest East Asian (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) libraries outside of East Asia. Its rich collections are one of the treasures of Princeton University. Librarian Martin Heijdra will guide you through the library. The tour starts at 4:30pm from 202 Jones Hall.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Considering majoring in EAS?
Current seniors will present on their thesis research. Alumni who majored in EAS and faculty will be on hand to discuss careers and career choices with current and prospective majors.