WMU Japanese studies program featured in The Japan Times News
WMU Japanese studies program featured
in The Japan Times News
A recent article in the Japan Times News mentioned WMU's Japan studies program as one place college students in the United States Midwest are taking Japanese classes because of the potential for future employment.
While the pace of growth in Japanese studies slowed across the U.S. after the 1990s, Michigan has seen a remarkable increase over the past couple of years, apparently because of promotional activities being undertaken by the government, academia and industry.
One of the main architects of the trend is Kuninori Matsuda, Japan’s consul general in Detroit.
Read more in The Japan Times News