The Japanese program is housed within the Department of World Languages and Literatures. The
core of the Japanese program is a four-year language curriculum. In addition, the
program offers a variety of courses on Japanese literature, culture, and film, many
of which fulfill both the Non-Western Culture and Humanities requirements, and may
count towards fulfilling Asian Studies, Gender Studies, International Affairs, or
Management and Business requirements.
This site provides information on program faculty, courses, study in Japan, and life
after Skidmore of our students who graduated with a minor in Japanese. If you have
any questions, please feel free to contact Masako Inamoto at email@example.com.