Kean University Asian Studies graduates will gain an informed, global perspective, as well as expertise in Asia sought by employers in a wide range of professions including business, government, international companies and organizations, libraries and museums, media, non-profit organizations, education, and language teaching abroad. The federal government projects a high demand for graduates trained in "Critical Need Languages" such as Mandarin Chinese. With an Asian Studies degree from Kean, students will experience travel abroad and/or professional internships.
Chinese Table! Join Us Every Friday!
Join the students and faculty of the Asian Studies program every Friday at 11 a.m. in Townsend Hall, Room 117.
Make new friends; chat with them; play Chinese games such as chess and Majiang. A great opportunity to speak and learn Chinese! Everyone is welcome.
Every Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Townsend Hall, Room 117
2012 Mid-Autumn Festival
Tuesday, October 2
3 to 5 p.m.
Kean Hall 127
Chines performances, Crafts, Calligraphy and food!