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Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures

Dartmouth Alums With This Major

  • Public Interest Attorney, East Bay Community Law Center
    (CA, Dartmouth '03)
  • Seas of Peace Director, Seeds of Peace
    (IL, Dartmouth '11)
  • Business Development Executive, Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst
    (UK, Dartmouth '03)
  • Director, Washington D.C. Office, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland
    (DC, Dartmouth '00)
  • Digital Production Coordinator, Antiques Roadshow (WGBH – Boston)
    (MA, Dartmouth '11)
  • Program Officer, Institute for Global Engagement
    (VA, Dartmouth '03)
  • Assistant General Counsel, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
    (DC, Dartmouth '04)
  • Assistant Curator; Web, New Media & Outreach Coordinator, Frank H. McClung Museum
    (TN, Dartmouth '05)
  • Training Developer & Technical Writer, InfoTrust Group
    (CO, Dartmouth '06)
  • Nursing Student (N.P. Program in Family Medicine), Columbia University School of Nursing
    (NY, Dartmouth '08)

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Major Description

The department instructs students in the cultural traditions and languages of major non-Western regions of the world, including the Middle East (Arabic & Hebrew), China, Japan, and Korea.

Skills Acquired

What is this?

  • Critical Thinking
  • Cultural Competency & Adaptability
  • Creativity and Creative Initiative
  • Research Skills
  • Oral & Written Communication

Possible Career Paths

  • Government
  • International Business
  • International Law
  • Arts, Media, Entertainment
  • Interpretation/Translation
  • Service and Education

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Last Updated: 4/3/13