ASPIRE Linked Courses

Fall 2021

If you are looking for an environment with extra support, help with your class assignments and exposure to Asian American and Pacific Islands Studies, please register for AAS 101: First Year Experience in Asian American Studies. If you are not able to register for AAS 101, consider registering for the following classes and sections: RRS 103.02, AAS 110.03, AAS 210.05, AAS 211.01, AAS 212.02, AAS 350.01, AAS 373.01, and AAS 595.01. If you are not able to register for our ASPIRE linked courses - please follow us at @aspiresfsu on IG for regular updates and events!

 

During registration interested students should register for the following courses:

AAS 101: First Year Experience in Asian American Studies

Preparation for Asian American Studies courses and future careers. Provides a framework of social justice, equity, and culturally relevant and responsive practices to address issues facing the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Engage in life skills that will help students retain and engage them in school and their lives. Restricted to first-year students. (GE A1: Oral Communication, AERM)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
01 6395 M, W 11:00 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. Online - Synchronous Arlene Daus-Magbual
02 9372 T, Th 11:00 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. Online - Synchronous Jonathan Magat


AIS/RRS 103: Introduction to Pacific Studies

Examination of historic and contemporary issues related to Pacific Islander communities in the United States across the Pacific Islander diaspora. (GE D2: U.S. History, AERM, SJ, GP)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
02 11691 Th 4:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Online - Synchronous Levalasi Loi-On


AAS 110: Critical Thinking and the Asian American Experience

Development of basic critical thinking skills involved in understanding, criticizing, and constructing arguments reflective of the experience of Asian Americans and key themes in of Asian American Studies. (A3: Critical Thinking, AERM)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
03 9142 M, W 11:00 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. In Person - BH 354 Celeste Francisco


AAS 210: History of Asians in the United States

Comparative analysis of the experience of different Asian American groups and their place in the general history and development of American society. (GE D2: Social Sciences: U.S. History, AERM)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
05 11640 T 9:30 a.m. — 10:45 a.m. Online - Bichronous Jee Soo Kang


AAS 211: Contemporary Asian Americans

Examination of factors that define minority groups and their positions in contemporary U.S. society, using Asian Americans as a case study. (GE D1: Social Sciences, AERM, SJ)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
01 3619 M 12:30 p.m. — 1:45 p.m. Online - Bichronous Kira Donnell


AAS 212: Asian Americans & Mass Media

Images and treatment of Asian Americans in mass media, especially motion pictures, television, advertising, popular literature, and commercial art. American minorities in the entertainment industry. (GE C1: Arts, AERM)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
02 6613 Th 4:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Online - Synchronous Valerie Soe


AAS 350: Filipina/os in the United States

Immigration of the Filipina/os to the United States, coping mechanisms used in response to adjustment problems, and the changing structure of the community. (UD-D: Social Sciences, AERM)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
01 5689 M, W 11:00 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. Online - Synchronous Eugene Gambol


AAS 373: Vietnamese American Identities

Vietnamese American experience since 1975: psychological adaptation, educational adjustment, socioeconomic integration, and cultural/ethnic maintenance (UD-D: Social Sciences, AERM, SJ, GP)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
01 9176 M, W 11:00 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. Online - Bichronous Khoi Nguyen

 

AAS 595: Asian American Communities & Public Policy

Public policy issues and their impact on and the responses from the Asian American communities. The relationship and complexities of local, state, and federal policies facing the Asian American communities. (UD-D: Social Sciences, AERM, SJ)

Section Course Number Day Time Location Professor
01 8781 Th 11:00 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. Online - Bichronous Loan Le