The Minor in Cambodian (Khmer) Language and Culture focuses on the study of Cambodian (Khmer) language, culture, and society. It is available to any CSULB student although the minor is directed toward developing the language capacity of Cambodian heritage speakers. A minimum of 18 units is required. Students may take a minimum of 10 units of Cambodian language if the courses are at the upper-division level. Students may choose two upper-division electives or more language courses to complete the 18-unit minimum requirement in consultation with the program advisor. A *C grade in all required and elective courses in the minor is mandatory for continuation in the program.
*”C” or better
Required courses (three of the following courses or at least ten units of Khmer language courses at the second or third year levels):
Take at least 10 units of Khmer language courses at the second or third year levels.
These courses may be taken online through the UCB-UCLA-CSULB Khmer Language Consortium; the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute, University of Wisconsin Madison; or the University of Hawai’i at Manoa Summer Abroad Program in Cambodia: Khmer Language and Culture. For information about the specific courses, talk to the AAAS Department undergraduate advisor and visit the AAAS Department website.