Philippine Studies Minor: (6 courses)
PHLP 100 Philippine Culture and Society
PHLP 390 Special Topics in Philippine Studies or PHLP 490 Independent Study or PHLP 400 Lakbay-Aral: A Philippine Immersion Experience
A minimum of two approved courses taken during study abroad at the University of the Philippines.
Electives: Two courses from the following list:
Other approved courses taken at the University of the Philippines
ENGL 356 Post-Colonial Novel
PHLP 110 [INTL 100] Introduction to International Studies
PHLP 122 [HIST 122] Modern East Asia
PHLP 140 [GEOG 140] World Regional Geography
PHLP 295 [SOCI 295] Colonialism and Religion in the Philippines
PHLP 343 [COMM 343] International Mass Communication
PHLP 346 [PHIL 346] Philosophy of Human Rights
PHLP 350 [RELS 350] Christianity and Cultural Diversity
PHLP 362 [POLI 362] North-South Relations in the Contemporary World
PHLP 375 [ECON 375] Development and International Trade
PHLP 400 Lakbar-Aral: A Philippine Immersion Experience
PHLP 490 Independent Study
PHLP-designated courses cross-listed with courses from other disciplines have special requirements that focus on Philippine Studies. These courses contain specially designed activities (e.g., term papers, projects and tutorials) that emphasize study of the Philippines. In this way, such courses meet the requirement that any PHLP-designated course must be sufficiently focused on Philippine Studies to warrant inclusion in the academic minor.
The minor requires at least one semester of study in the Philippines. This requirement significantly strengthens the experiential component of the minor, but also provides students access to a wider range of courses in Philippine Studies. Language study at the University of the Philippines is strongly encouraged.
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