Curriculum

Liberal Arts Education

-Compulsory Subjects -Compulsory Elective Subjects ■-Elective Subjects

Subject Group Basic Subjects Humankind and Culture

Subject Name

  • Study of Contemporary Societies
  • History and Culture
  • Literature and Human Beings
  • Aesthetics
  • Area Studies (Europe and America)
  • Area Studies (Asia)
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Philosophy
  • Religion
Subject Group Humankind and Society

Subject Name

  • Japanese Constitution
  • Law and Society
  • Economy and Society
  • Politics and Society
  • Sociology
  • Urban Society and Human Beings
  • Gender and Society
Subject Group Nature and the Environment Verbal Communication

Subject Name

  • Introduction to Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • Introduction to Physics
  • Introduction to Biology
  • Introduction to Mathematics
  • Human Engineering
English
  • English (Basic) (Communication) Ⅰ
  • English (Elementary) (Communication) Ⅰ
  • English (Intermediate) (Communication) Ⅰ and Others
Initial Study of Foreign Language
French
  • French (Basic) Ⅰ
  • French (Intermediate) Ⅰ and Others
German
  • German (Basic) Ⅰ
  • German (Intermediate) Ⅰ and Others
Chinese
  • Chinese (Basic) Ⅰ
  • Chinese (Intermediate) Ⅰ and Others
Korean
  • Korean (Basic) Ⅰ
  • Korean (Intermediate) Ⅰ and Others
Spanish
  • Spanish (Basic) Ⅰ and Others
Japanese
  • Japanese Ⅰ and Others
Subject Group Information Technology

Subject Name

  • Computer Literacy
  • Application of Computer Literacy
  • Introduction to Data Processing
  • Ethics in an Information Society
Subject Group Health and Sports Science Liberal Arts Seminars

Subject Name

  • Health and Sport Science Ⅰ
  • Health and Sport Science Ⅱ
  • Seminar in Liberal Arts
Subject Group Career Design

Subject Name

  • Career Formation

Specialized Education
Department of Human Studies

-Compulsory Subjects -Compulsory Elective Subjects ■-Elective Subjects

Classes 1st Year 2nd Year

Specialized Education

Basic Subjects

General Human Studies
Fundamentals of Psychology
Fundamentals of Sociology
Fundamentals of International Communication
Introduction to Ethics
Environmental Studies
Introduction to Data Analysis

Psychology

Developmental Psychology
Educational Psychology
Student Guidance and Career Counseling
Personality Psychology
Social Psychology
Cognition Psychology
Learning psychology
Life-span Developmental Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Psychology of Human Welfare
Psychology of Interpersonal Relations
Family Psychology
Psychological Testing
Research Methods in Psychology
Psychological Data Analysis
Laboratory Sessions in Psychology Ⅰ
Extra Lecture A

Society and Education

Modern Society
Sociology of Family
Fundamentals of Education
Local Culture
Japanese History
World History
Physical Geography
Sociology of Environment
Social Welfare
Political Science
Learning Society
School Education
Educational Administration
Sociology of Education
Issues in Moral Education
History of Japanese Culture
History of European Culture
Issues in Journalism
History of European Art
Geography
Local Topography
Extra Lecture B

International Relations and Communication

International Relations
Communication Theory
Issues in Language and Culture
International Culture
International Communication
Cross-cultural Understanding
International Cooperation
Area Studies A
Area Studies B
Area Studies C
English Communication
Business Communication
English Presentation
Intensive English
Paragraph Writing
English Linguistics
Intercultural Communication
General Introduction to English and American Literature
English Phonetics
Extra Lecture C
Advanced English

On-Site Subjects

Introduction to Field Work
Introduction to Volunteer Activities
Introduction to Study Abroad
Field Work
Volunteer Experience
Internship
Study Abroad Program
International Internship
Overseas Language Program

Reading Literature

  Reading Literature A
Reading Literature B
Reading Literature C

Seminar

Introduction to Seminar
 
Classes 3rd Year 4th Year

Specialized Education

Psychology

School Counseling
Developmental Clinical Psychology
Counseling Theory
Clinical Social Psychology
Psychology of Identity
Industrial Psychology
Laboratory Sessions in Psychology Ⅱ
 
Extra Lecture A

Society and Education

Gender Studies
Sociology of Population
History of Japanese Society
History of European Society
History of Urban Civilization
Personnel Development
History of Education
Community Education
Modern Media Issues
 
Extra Lecture B

International Relations and Communication

International Organizations
Cultural Expression
Comparative Linguistics
Sociolinguistics (Language and Society)
Academic Writing
Comparative Cultures
Multicultural Societies
English and American Literature
 
Extra Lecture C
Advanced English

On-Site Subjects

Overseas Language Program

Seminar

Main Seminar Graduate Research Seminar

This curriculum may change with time.