Welcome to the SFS Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University. The program offers a master's degree as well as undergraduate and graduate certificates in Asian Studies.

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    The M.A. in Asian Studies at Georgetown University provides students with a unique opportunity to study the dynamics of Asia.

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  • Program Overview

    Learn more about Georgetown University's M.A. in Asian Studies from our current students!

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  • Academic Excellence

    From politics and security to culture and religion, the Asian Studies Program offers a wide range of courses on Asia. Taught by our world-class faculty, each course provides students with the necessary skills to meet the demands of advanced graduate study as well as global private and public sector interests.

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  • Career Development

    The M.A. in Asian Studies is designed to train and develop the world's leading Asia specialists. As a result, the program coordinators work closely with students to assist them in their pursuit of professional objectives.

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  • Alumni Spotlight

    Our M.A. and certificate students are always up to something exciting, and we are proud to showcase their achievements and current activities in the Alumni Spotlight.

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  • Student Life

    The Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University strives to create a student-friendly atmosphere and build a strong sense of community.

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  • The Oh Award

    Each year, the Asian Studies Program honors an undergraduate student with the Oh Award to support overseas study, field research, or internship in Korea.

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  • New Chair in Asian Studies to Focus on China

    The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service has received the $5 million Carrie and Greg Penner Fund from the Walton Family Foundation to endow a chair in U.S.-China relations.

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Georgetown University has long recognized Asia's importance in global affairs. Accordingly, the SFS Asian Studies Program was established over twenty years ago to meet the demands for rigorous academic study of this critical region. In 2010, the program received the honor of being designated an East Asia National Resource Center by the U.S. Department of Education.

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