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However, BYU is now offering an on-line distance education course in 3rd year Japanese (with second year and first year Japanese as prerequisites). Hopefully, they will offer 1st and 2nd year Japanese in the future! I don't remember seeing the 3rd year Japanese offered until just recently (I'm currently taking a non-Japanese course on-line there and it's great so far), so I am going to keep my eyes peeled.
3rd Year Japanese
For anyone reading this topic who is not college-age yet, the following classes for 8th-grade through 12th students:
First Year Japanese 1
First Year Japanese 2
Second Year Japanese 1
Second Year Japanese 2
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if its the former than I believe more than just knowing the language is required for a japanese degree at most universities, usually history courses also. If its the latter I am not sure about any place that just gives you a certificate that you know a language. Usually you learn the language in whatever capacity you can and then take a standardized test (JLPT) that people can judge your ability by.
EDIT: That sheffield program looks like the closest to what you are looking for. also check community colleges in your area. They might have night classes you can take.
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