Courses

1. Common Fundamental Courses (Lecture Courses)

Introduction to the Integrated
Human Sciences for Cultural Diversity
A lecture series on the fundamentals of cultural diversity
Academic English A seminar in academic writing in English (taught in English)
Academic Japanese A seminar in critical thinking in Japanese (taught in Japanese)
Science Literacy A lecture series on basic science
Humanities Literacy A lecture series on the fundamentals and methods of the humanities
Social Science Literacy A lecture series on the fundamentals and methods of the social Sciences

2. Unit Courses for Cultural Diversity (Seminar Courses)

Seminar in Integrated Human
Sciences for Cultural Diversity
Our own seminars addressing the ideal of cultural
diversity. Students choose two units ─a theme unit and an area unitand take the seminars offered by these units.

3. Practical Courses for Cultural Diversity (Fieldwork Courses)

Fieldwork in Integrated Human
Sciences for Cultural Diversity
Courses that allow students to participate in fieldworks projects that are conducted by the various educational projects
Internship in Multiple Disciplines An internship at the research rooms / laboratories (the humanities, the social sciences, or the natural sciences)
Industrial-Academic-Government
Cooperation Internship
An internship at a company, a Ministry, or a government agency

The Model of Courses Taken by a Master's Student
(14 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program)

The Model of Courses Taken by a Master's Student (14 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program) The Model of Courses Taken by a Master's Student (14 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program)

The Model of Courses Taken by a Newly Enrolled Doctoral Student
(9 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program)

The Model of Courses Taken by a Newly Enrolled Doctoral Student (9 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program)

The Model of Courses Taken by a Continuing Doctoral Student
(9 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program)

The Model of Courses Taken by a Continuing Doctoral Student (9 Credits Required for the Completion of the Program)