Designated Emphasis Requirements

The Designated Emphasis in Southeast Asian Studies, a specialization that includes new methods of inquiry in conjunction with a student’s disciplinary field of interest, is awarded in addition to a Ph.D. degree. It requires 12 units of coursework in the field of Southeast Asian Studies, taken in at least two Departments, including one core course (SEAS 200) and 4 units of Thesis Study (SEAS 299) or Directed Research (SEAS 297), resulting in a paper supervised by a member of the Southeast Asian Studies Program. Language proficiency is preferable though not required. Courses taken for the DE cannot be used towards the PhD.

Applicable Courses

Current Graduate Seminars

SEAS 200/ANTH 202/ CPLT 200 (required);

SEAS 202/RLST 253/ANTH 257, SEAS 203/ANTH 203, SEAS 204/HIST 242, SEAS 205/CPLT 205, SEAS 206, SEAS 243 (A-B)

Current Upper Division Undergraduate Courses

ANTH 140I,

SEAS 136/ANTH 136


SEAS 143 (A-B)/ETST 143 (A-B),

SEAS 145/RLST 145,

SEAS 149/RLST 149,

SEAS 150/RLST 150,

SEAS 161/AST 161,

SEAS 162/AST 162/HIST 187/VNM 162,

SEAS 163/AST 163/CPLT 163,

SEAS 164/AST 164/ VNM 164,

SEAS 165 (E-Z)/AST 165 (E-Z)/GSST 165 (E-Z)/VNM 165 (E-Z),

SEAS 166/AST 166/CPLT 166/VNM 166,

SEAS 167/AST 167/CPLT 167,

SEAS 172/GSST 122/MCS 142,

SEAS 175/GSST 124/MCS 123,

SEAS 177/AST 187/MCS 167,

SEAS 184/AST 160/HIST 184/VNM 184,

SEAS 185/AST 126/HIST 185,

SEAS 186/AST 129/HIST 186,

SEAS 189/AST 189/HIST 189/VNM 189,

MUS 127/ANTH 176/AST 127/DNCE 127/ETST 172