Curriculum

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1st & 2nd Year
You will build a foundation to start learning in the global social settings, while you explore your learning interests by taking Principles Courses.
Cross-cultural Understanding
"Necessary Skills to Learn in the Global Society"
This course aims to prepare students for living and functioning effectively in cross-cultural situations. The course helps students transcend language to contemplate social interaction between different languages and ethnic groups. 
Principles of Economics
"Let's explore how economics is related to your daily life!"
The course covers a broad range of essential economic concepts and theories in microeconomics and macroeconomics. In the first half, we will study the market system and the behavior of consumers and firms. In the second half, we will examine the behavior of an economy at the aggregate level, such as unemployment, inflation, and economic growth.

3rd & 4th year
You will acquire a broader and deeper knowledge by taking specialized courses in the three pillars and seminars.

Japanese Program
You will study practical Japanese, while simultaneously acquiring knowledge in a wide range of fields in English.
General Japanese I (日本語総合I)
This course develops fundamental skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking, and enables students to accurate and appropriate Japanese language proficiency in social settings.
We provide three levels of "General Japanese" courses and six levels of "Japanese" courses so that you can start from beginner levels and progress to advanced levels.
Introductory Kanji (初級漢字)
This is a course designed for those learning kanji for the first time, aiming to acquire proficiency in reading and writing approximately 250 basic kanji characters. The goal is to reach a level where students can read and comprehend standard phrases, sentences, and passages written in basic kanji commonly used in daily life.
We provide various elective courses including grammar, reading, listening, writing, and speaking expression in a wide range of learning levels.

Graduation Requirements

(1) Be enrolled at the University for at least four years.
(2) Have acquired all the credits required for graduation as stipulated by the faculty.
(3) Have a GPA of 2.0 or higher.
(4) Pay all tuition and fees in full.

English Proficiency Requirements

(1) Third Year Course Requirements
TOEFL iBT 70 or higher by the spring registration deadline of the 3rd year
(2) Graduation Requirements
TOEFL iBT 80 / TOEFL ITP 550 or higher