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Licenses and Certificates

TEACHER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (Undergraduate and Graduate)
   Students who have completed their academic courses and have acquired the necessary number of credits are qualified to obtain the following teaching certificates:
STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED THE BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAM
   1. First Class Teacher Certificate for Senior High School
      - (English, Japanese Language, Geography and History, Civics, Religion)
   2. First Class and Second Class Teacher Certificates for Junior High School
      - (English, Japanese, Social Studies, Religion)
   3. First Class and Second Class Teacher Certificates for Primary School
   4. First Class and Second Class Teacher Certificates for Kindergarten

STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED THE MASTER OF ARTS PROGRAM
   1. Advanced Class Teacher Certificate for Senior High School
      - (English, Japanese Language, Geography and History, Civics, Religion)
   2. Advanced Class Teacher Certificate for Junior High School
      - (English, Japanese, Social Studies, Religion)
   3. Advanced Class Teacher Certificate for Primary School
   4. Advanced Class Teacher Certificate for Kindergarten


JAPANESE LANGUAGE TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM (Undergraduate)
   To answer the needs of modern international society, this program was established in 1987 to train teachers of Japanese to foreigners. The University offers a certificate which acknowledges the completion of the program. Most required subjects in the program are in the Department of Japanese Language and Literature. However, students in any department can take these subjects. Since the establishment of the program, 276 students have completed it and many of them have become Japanese teachers in various countries around the world.


MUSEUM CURATORIAL STAFF PROGRAM (Undergraduate)
   This is a program based on Museum Law for those who wish to become Museum Curators. Completion of the assigned professional subjects and practice in museums or art galleries is required to qualify as a Museum Curator.


LIBRARIAN, LIBRARY TEACHER PROGRAM (Undergraduate)
   This program enables the student to acquire the qualification of a Professional Librarian or of a Library Teacher in Primary, Junior, or Senior High School. As a part of the Cooperative Program among Catholic Universities, the students take the required Library Science courses at Seisen University.


CERTIFIED PSYCHOLOGIST PROGRAM (Undergraduate)
   Students who graduate with a B.A. in Psychology have enough credits to apply for a license from the JPA (Japan Psychology Association) to become a certified psychologist. This qualification will help graduates who wish to get professional jobs in hospitals or other institutions.


SOCIAL RESEARCHER (Undergraduate)
   Among businesses and local community services, there is an increasing demand for social researchers who are officially certified to have professional knowledge and skills to capture public opinion, market trends and other social phenomena. The Human Relations major provides courses to enable students to acquire certification as a professional social researcher.


CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST (graduate)
   The area of Clinical Psyhology in Master of Arts in Human Sciences Program is certified by the Japanese Certification Board for Clinical Psychologist, Inc.(JCBCP). Students who graduate with a M.A. in Human Sciences, with a specialization in Clinical Psychology, are qualified to apply for a licence from the JCBCP, after fulfilling a one-year practicum.


CERTIFIED SOCIAL RESEARCHER (graduate)
   "Certified Social Researcher" is the advanced certification of "Social Researcher". By acquiring professional knowledge and higher research skills in graduate schools, persons who have been certified as "Social Researcher" will be accredited by the Japanese Certification Board for Social Researcher as "Certified Social Researcher". From 2009, the Socio-cultural Studies course provides a curriculum necessary to acquire "Certified Social Researcher".



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