The Center for the Pacific Rim in the College of Arts and Sciences, bridges the Pacific through graduate academic degree programs, scholarly research and exchange, print and online publications, and through free public affairs and literary events focused on Asia and the entire Pacific Rim.As part of the Center,The Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History
explores, in the spirit of Matteo Ricci, S.J., the encounter between Chinese culture and Christian faith, especially as expressed through education, and the arts and sciences.
The Center, on behalf of the College of Arts and Sciences, also oversees and operates the
Master of Arts in Asia Pacific Studies
(MAPS), a unique evening graduate program focusing on China, Japan, and Korea in the context of the greater Pacific Rim, and offering a time- and money-saving Concurrent MBA option and a new Concentration in Non-Profit Organization Operations in the Asia Pacific.
Anyone - from recent graduates to mid-career professionals - interested in professional development, enhanced career prospects, or preparation for an advanced degree, will appreciate the MAPS program's expert instruction, small class size, and financial aid resources...
APPLY NOW for Fall 2013! or call (415) 422-2229 to arrange to visit a class. Find out more!