Certificate in Southeast Asian Studies
The Certificate of Southeast Asian Studies requires a minimum of
12 units. Select from the following upper-division courses:
ANTH 123, 190; ASAM 110, 138, 140, 190; GEOG 177T; HMONG 100, 101; LING 190; SWRK 181.
The Minor and the Certificate in Southeast Asian Studies focus on the cultures and peoples of Southeast Asia, and on their communities outside Southeast Asia, especially those in the United States. For further information contact Dr. Franklin Ng, Department of Anthropology, at 559.278.3002.
Center for Southeast Asian and Asian American Studies
The Center for Southeast Asian Studies at California State University at Fresno, was established in the Spring of 1995. The Center for Southeast Asian Studies is a multi-disciplinary unit designed to help foster a greater awareness of Southeast Asia at the university. The development of the Southeast Asian Center has been ranked a priority in the agenda of the University future plan.
The Southeast Asian people in the Valley, in particular people from Laos, are one of the fastest growing communities, and yet they are the least understood cultural groups in the region. The Center will help to build a bridge of understanding between these different groups and other communities. The Center's scholarly activities will bring appreciation and respect for Southeast Asia to the campus community, as well as contribute to the empowerment of the Southeast Asian students, the future leaders of their communities.
Center Coordinator, Franklin Ng, Ph.D.