Japan-related study at the University of Michigan ranges from undergraduate study in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts to graduate study at the Master's and Doctoral levels in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. CJS supports a community of over forty-five Japan-area specialists and about one hundred graduate students who teach and pursue research in UM's various departments and professional schools. Japan-specific resources for students also include numerous visiting scholars and an Asia Library with more than a quarter-of-a-million Japanese language titles. Numerous Japan-related courses are offered each term in various departments and schools across campus.
Please use the navigation links at the right to find out more information about the interdisciplinary master's programs in Japanese Studies offered through CJS, other degree programs related to Japan offered through various schools and colleges at U-M, Japan-related courses, academic resources for students, and funding for students pursuing Japan-related study.