Earn credit for Japanese language immersion.
Elizabethtown College has approved for academic credit courses taught at KCP International Japanese Language School. You can earn one year or more of language credit (either semester or quarter) each KCP semester term.
KCP courses have been approved for credit by this university but it is up to each student to determine transferability of credit by your home school before you attend the program.
In the first week of class, you choose from three grading options: Grade (four-point scale), Pass/Fail, or Audit. Students who choose the Audit option participate fully in the course but do not earn academic credit.
COURSE HOURS AND CREDITS (SEMESTER BASIS)
|COURSE||SEMESTER||SUMMER SHORT TERM|
|Japanese Culture and Civilization|
|Classroom hours||25||Approx. 10|
|Excursion hours||35||Approx. 20|
*Although the summer short-term does not include a for-credit culture and civilization course, students participate in some cultural lectures or excursions running during their time at KCP, up to a total of about 30 lecture and excursion hours.
KCP Grade Report
KCP International uses the following information to report your grades to Elizabethtown College. Elizabethtown College decides how these credits will be labeled, evaluated, or count towards your major or minor. To order a KCP grade report, click here.
Course Names and Numbers
|1||Intensive Japanese I||Japanese 110||12|
|2||Intensive Japanese II||Japanese 210||12|
|3||Intensive Japanese III||Japanese 310||12|
|4||Intensive Japanese IV||Japanese 410||12|
|5||Intensive Japanese V||Japanese 420||12|
|6||Intensive Japanese VI||Japanese 430||12|
|Japanese Culture and Civilization||Japanese 315||2|
*For summer short-term, 10 semester credits are granted for the Japanese Language course. While the Japanese Culture and Civilization course is not offered for credit during summer short-term, students can participate in any lectures or excursions that are available during their time at KCP.
Suzuki-sensei’s kind patience helped bring my stress down; I did better when she was teaching. Other teachers saw me struggle and hovered around me, trying to be helpful, but it stressed me more. Suzuki-sensei knew how to offer me help at the right times without hovering.