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In addition to the stand-alone interdisciplinary MA degree in Japanese Studies, we offer dual-degree programs that combine an MA in Japanese Studies with graduate degrees offered by other colleges at U-M.
Joint degree program in Japanese Studies and Business, leading to MA and MBA degrees, offered in conjunction with the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
Dual degree program in Japanese Studies and Law, leading to MA and JD degrees, offered in conjunction with the University of Michigan Law School.
In addition, we encourage students to propose self-initiated dual degrees. All graduate degrees and certificates except the MBA and JD are eligible for the self-initiated track (MBA and JD students, please see above).
CJS also welcomes undergraduates with a strong commitment to Japanese Studies with an excellent academic record to apply to the Master of Arts in Japanese Studies as a Concurrent Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (CUGS) student.