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List of Courses (Curriculum)

Subject Group Title

Course Title

Foundation Courses

Foreign Language
(Kishu)

English Language
German Language
French Language
Chinese Language
Russian Language
Spanish Language
Korean Language
Italian Language
Japanese Language

Foreign Language
(Shoshu)
German Language
French Language
Chinese Language
Russian Language
Spanish Language
Korean Language
Italian Language
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Practice of Exercise and Health Sciences Practice of Exercise and Health SciencesⅠ
Practice of Exercise and Health Sciences II
First-Year Seminar

First-Year Seminar for Humanities and Social Sciences Students
First-Year Seminar for Natural Sciences Students

Social Sciences Law I
Law II
Political Science I
Political Science II
Economics I
Economics II
Sociology and Social Thought I
Sociology and Social Thought II
Basics in Mathematics I
Basics in Mathematics II
Humanities Philosophy I
Philosophy II
Ethics I
Ethics II
History I
History II
Language and Literature I
Language and Literature II
Language and Literature III
Language and Literature IV
Psychology I
Psychology II
Natural
Sciences
Introductory Experiments Introductory Experiments (Physics)
Introductory Experiments (Chemistry)
Introductory Experiments (Biological Sciences)
Experiments (Biological Sciences)
Mathematical Sciences Basics of Mathematical Sciences
Calculus
Linear Algebra
Exercise in Basics of Mathematical Sciences
Exercise in Theoretical Basics of Mathematics
Exercise in Calculus
Exercise in Linear Algebra
Material Sciences Mechanics
Electricity and Magnetism
Thermodynamics
Chemical Thermodynamics
Basics in Chemical Bonding
Basics in Material Chemistry
Biological Sciences Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences I
Biological Sciences II

Intermediate Courses

Social Sciences Seminar

Law and Politics
Theories of International Relations
Economics and Statistics
Sociology and History of Social Thought

Humanities Seminar

Philosophy and History of Science
Historiography
Cultural Anthropology
Textual Analysis
Data Analysis

Natural Sciences Seminar

Physical Exercise Science
Life Science
Chemistry
Physics
Mathematical Science
Information Science
Fundamental Engineering
Medicine

Integrated Courses

Subject Group Title

Course Title

L. Languages and Communication

International Communication

Foreign Languages
(Introductory/Intermediate/Advanced)
(See below (*) for details.)

Classical Languages

Classical Language I (Introductory)
Classical Language II (Introductory)
Classical Language I (Intermediate)
Classical Language II (Intermediate)
* Languages: Classical Greek, Classical Latin, Sanskrit, etc.
Classical Japanese
Classical Chinese

* Group L: Foreign Languages (Introductory/Intermediate/Advanced)

Languages (Scheduled)

Class Type

English Language (Intermediate/Advanced only)
German Language
French Language
Chinese Language
Russian Language
Spanish Language
Korean Language
Italian Language
Japanese Language (Intermediate/Advanced only)
Arabic Language
Hindi Language
Indonesian Language
Vietnamese Language
Cantonese Language
Hebrew Language
Shanghainese Language
Persian Language
Serbo-Croatian Language
Polish Language
Thai Language
Portuguese Language
Taiwanese Language
Mongolian Language
Turkish Language, etc.

Seminar
Conversation
Writing
Expression Practice
Reading
Intensive
Third Foreign Languages

Other than English and Japanese courses, at least one of the class types in each language will be held.

A. Thought and Arts

Science of Language and Text

Introduction to Theoretical Linguistics
Introduction to Contrastive Linguistics
Introduction to Applied Linguistics
Semiotics
Translation Theory
Literary and Cultural Theories
Foreign Literature

Contemporary Philosophy

Contemporary Philosophy
Philosophy of Science
Contemporary Thought
Symbolic Logic I (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Symbolic Logic I (for Natural Sciences Students)
Symbolic Logic II
Psychoanalysis

Culture and Representation

Culture and Representation
Theatrical Arts I
Theatrical Arts II
Theory of Fine Arts
Film Studies
Music Studies

Comparative Culture

Comparative Culture
Comparative Literature
Comparative Philosophy
Comparative Art

History of Thought / History of Science

History of Eastern Thought
History of Western Thought
History of Economic Thought
History of Social Thought
History of Science


B. International and Area Studies

International Relations

International Relations
History of International Relations
Theory of Contemporary International Community
Peacebuilding

Area Studies

Area Studies I
Area Studies II
Comparative Regional History

Studies in Japanese Culture

Studies in Japanese Culture I
Studies in Japanese Culture II
Japanese Language and Literature I (for Natural Sciences students)
Japanese Language and Literature II

Classical Studies

Eastern Classics
Western Classics

General History

General History
Modern and Contemporary History
History and Culture
World History

Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology I
Cultural Anthropology II
Ethnic Cultures
Contemporary Anthropology


C. Society and Institutions

Law and Society

Law and Society
The Constitution of Japan

Studies in Contemporary Societies

Studies in Contemporary Societies
Comparative Sociology
Gender Studies
Japanese Politics

Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
Political Economy
Quantitative Social Science

Economy and Society

Modern Economic Theory
Economic Policy

Educational Science

Studies in Contemporary Education
Educational and Clinical Psychology
Social Sciences in Education
Introduction to Higher Education


D. Human Beings and the Environment

Global Environment Studies Studies in Global Environmental Studies
Environmental Material Science
Ecology
Studies in Social Environment
Human Ecology

Social Ecology
Regional Ecology

Cognitive Sciences Introduction to Human Behavioral Science (for Natural Sciences Students)
Cognitive Sciences
Cognitive Brain Science
Human Behavior and Evolution
Introduction to Social Psychology
Science for Human
Movement and Fitness

Sports and Fitness Exercise
Sports and Fitness Exercise II
Science of Human Movement and Fitness
Medical Sciences for Health and Sports
Human Life Science
Basic Biomechanics of Human Movement

Information and Media Science

Introduction to Information and Media
Information and Media Transmission
Information and Media Expression

Science, Technology, and Ethics

Science and Technology Studies I
Science and Technology Studies II
Contemporary Ethics

Science, Technology, and Systems

Science and Technology Studies
System Theory and Practice

Modern Engineering

Introduction to Modern Engineering
Basic Modern Engineering I
Basic Modern Engineering II
Basic Social System Engineering I
Basic Social System Engineering II
Basic Multidiscipline Engineering I
Basic Multidiscipline Engineering II
Basic Biomedical Engineering I
Basic Biomedical Engineering II

Environmental
and Energy Engineering

Introduction to Environmental and Energy Engineering
Basic Environmental and Energy Engineering I
Basic Environmental and Energy Engineering II

Medicine and Health Sciences

Comprehensive Human Sciences
Introduction to Health Sciences
Introduction to Nursing

Agricultural Ecosciences

Natural Environments and Biomedical Resources
Food and the Environment
Forest Environmental and Resource Science
Water and Soil Environmental Science
Radio-Environmental Science
Science of Living Environment

Science of Psychological
and Physical Development

Frontiers in Educational Psychology
Practical Sciences of Cooperative Human-relationships, Lifestyle, Brain and Development


E. Matter and Life

Material Sciences

Oscillations and Waves
Analytical Mechanics
Relativity
Quantum Mechanics
Statistical Physics
Modern Physics
Physical Science I (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Physical Science II (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Basics in Organic Chemistry
Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics
Introduction to Material Chemistry  (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Chemistry on Molecular Systems
Fundamental Equations in Physics and Their Significance
Introduction to Chemical Pharmaceutical Research

Material and Bio Engineering

Introduction to Material and Bio Engineering
Basic Material and Bio Engineering IA
Basic Material and Bio Engineering IB
Basic Material and Bio Engineering II

Life Sciences

Zoological Science
Plant Science
Evolutionary Biology
Modern Life Sciences I
Modern Life Sciences II
Molecular Biology
Anthropological Science
Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
Introduction to Biological Pharmaceutical Research

Earth Sciences and Astronomy

Earth and Planetary Science I (for Natural Sciences students)
Earth and Planetary Science II (for Natural Sciences students)
Introduction to Earth and Planetary Physics
Introduction to Earth, Planetary, and Environmental Sciences
Earth and Planetary Science (Practical)
Space Science I (for Natural Sciences students)
Space Science II (for Natural Sciences students)
Space Science (Practical) I
Space Science (Practical) II
Earth and Planetary Science I (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Earth and Planetary Science II (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Space Science I (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)

Agricultural Biosciences

Science of Microorganisms
Agribiology
Clinical Plant Science
Applied Animal Sciences
Food Science
Marine Life Science
Natural Product Sciences
Sciences for Bio-based Materials
Biology in Forests

Integrated Sciences

Scientific Phenomena and Their Descriptions by Models
Biophysics

F. Mathematical and Information Sciences

Mathematical Sciences

Advanced Calculus
Ordinary Differential Equations
Vector Calculus
Foundation of Analysis
Introduction to Mathematical Sciences I (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Introduction to Mathematical Sciences II (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Introduction to Mathematical Sciences III (for Humanities and Social Sciences Students)
Introduction to Mathematical Engineering

Graphic Science

Graphic Science A
Graphic Science B
Laboratory Exercise for Graphic Science I
Laboratory Exercise for Graphic Science II

Statistics

Introduction to Statistics
Statistical Analysis

Informatics

Introduction to Algorithms
Computer Programming
Introduction to Computer Systems
Theory of Computing
Introduction to Information and Systems Engineering
Basic Information and Systems Engineering I
Basic Information and Systems Engineering II
Basic Modeling and Simulation I
Basic Modeling and Simulation II

Thematic Courses

Academic Frontier Lecture Series

Specialized Seminars

Fieldwork

Global Praxis

 

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