University of Minnesota
Asian Languages & Literature

Asian Languages and Literature.


As part of a large public research university, the Department of Asian Languages and Literatures (ALL) is dedicated to increasing awareness and learning about Asia among the public as a whole. Offerings are available at a variety of levels—from the introductory to the advanced. You need not be majoring or minoring in ALL or ALCM to take courses in the department.

University Catalogs: Twin Cities Courses
Use this resource for a list of all courses taught in the Department of Asian Languages and Literatures. Literature and culture courses are listed under the designator ALL. Language courses are listed under the separate language designators: Arabic (ARAB), Chinese (CHN), Hmong (HMNG), Hindi-Urdu (HNUR), Japanese (JPN), and Korean (KOR). Not all courses will be taught in a given semester.

Class Schedule
Find out when a particular course is offered, when and where it meets, how many seats are still available, and what class number you need to use to register for it. You can also access information about offerings of past terms and the next future term.

Course Guide
Provides details about courses for a specific term, including specific topic titles for topics courses. Find out what the work load, grading, and exam format is for a course.

Registration System
Register for your courses. View a registration checklist, learn how to change your registration, and learn about holds.

Liberal Education Requirements
Learn what the UMTC Liberal Education Requirements are and which courses satisfy them.