Module Information

Advice on your Module Selection

Some modules run in both 30-credit and 15-credit versions. These have identical content and teaching hours, but different workload and assessment - students may not take both the 30-credit and 15-credit versions of the same module.

The modules in question are:

  • EAS6143 and EAS680 State and Economy in Contemporary China/Political Economy of China
  • EAS6149 and EAS6158 Media and Public Communication in Japan
  • EAS6226 and EAS6227 Business and the Economy of Japan
  • EAS6347 and EAS6447 Contemporary Chinese Business and Management
  • EAS6353 and EAS6453 Contemporary Chinese Society and Media/ State and Society in China
  • EAS61002 and EAS6209 International Politics of East Asia/International Politics in East Asia

Please be aware, not all modules are available to all students: consult your degree regulations for information on the options open within your degree programme. You can do this using the Programme Regulations Finder
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Academic Year

Code Title Credits
EAS6078 Graduate Project 60

Semester 1

Code Title Credits
EAS683 Global Governance and Japan 30
EAS61002 International Politics of East Asia 30
EAS6209 International Politics in East Asia 15
EAS6236 Postwar Japanese Politics 15
EAS6347 Contemporary Chinese Business and Management 15
EAS6447 Contemporary Chinese Business and Management 30
EAS6868 East Asian Research Methods 15
EAS6453 Media, State and Society in China 15
EAS6353 Contemporary Chinese Society and Media 30
EAS6226 Business and the Economy of Japan 30
EAS6227 Business and the Economy of Japan 15
EAS6149 Media and Public Communications in Japan 15
EAS6158 Media and Public Communications in Japan 30
EAS61003 Negotiation and Intercultural Communication  15

Semester 2

Code Title Credits
EAS680 State and Economy in Contemporary China  15
EAS6143 The Political Economy of China 30
EAS6208 Media, Culture and Society in East Asia 15
EAS6202 International Business and East Asia 15
EAS6204 Chinese Cities in Transition 15
EAS6207 Politics and Governance in Contemporary China 15
EAS6212 Work and Organisation in East Asia 15
EAS61001 Human Rights, Conflict and Development on the Korean Peninsula  30

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