With the global shift of economic and political power to Asia and in light of the multicultural changes underway in Canada, understanding the dynamics of Asia is critical for any student.Social, cultural and economic currentsStudies are focused on China, Japan and Southeast Asia.Asia-Pacific Studies CoursesRelated programsCamosun offers flexible programs that give you the chance to explore your passion for Asia-Pacific Studies:Arts and Science Studies DiplomaAssociate of Arts Degree in General ArtsAssociate of Science Degree in General ScienceUniversity Transfer ASIA 111 - Contemporary Asia-Pacific An introduction to the development of the Asia-Pacific region in the modern period.In the classroomTake integrated courses that highlight the cultures, history, geography and contemporary political economy of the Asia-Pacific region. Gain an understanding of the multicultural character of Canada and its relationship to Asia and the Pacific. Write, research and critically analyze issues about the Asia-Pacific region, particularly within a global sphere.A diverse range of courses equips you with knowledge that has application to a wide range of employment and career opportunities related to the Pacific Rim in areas such as teaching, research, business, international development, and foreign service work.Part-time or full-time studiesYou can take Asia-Pacific Studies courses within one of our 2-year programs or as individual courses on a part-time basis. If you plan to take Asia-Pacific Studies courses on their own, you will select University Transfer as your program option when you apply online to Camosun. Asia-pacific studies facultyLearn more about your instructors.Meet the FacultyContact information School of Arts & Science Campus locationFisher 104 Office hours: 8am-4:30pmLocation linkLansdowne email@example.comPeter Ove | Social Sciences Chair Contact Admissions for information about applying to Camosun.Follow the School of Arts & Science on Facebook.