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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

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DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature
Courses in the following fields are offered: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, contrastive linguistics, TESOL, and language acquisition.
Courses offered in English and American Literature focus on the study of literary works in the English-speaking countries, including Britain, Ireland and the United States.
Courses offered in Media and Communication focus on understanding and using the communication process in a variety of contexts, modes and media.

DEPARTMENT OF JAPANESE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Bachelor of Arts in Japanese Language and Literature
Japanese culture based on the study of Japanese literature, ancient and modern.
History of Japanese language and modern Japanese language.
Japanese as a foreign language and related areas of study for foreigners including Japanese culture, Japanese literature, and Japan itself.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Bachelor of Arts in History
Japanese History: Ancient, Medieval, Modern, and Contemporary Periods.
Asian History: China, Korea, Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia, North Africa.
Western History: European History (Ancient, Medieval, Modern, and Contemporary Periods) and American History (U.S., Latin America).
Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations
Personality and Clinical Psychology: Adjustment and Change, Counseling Theory and Practice.
Social Psychology: Social Behavior, Mass Communication, Self-presentation.
Cultural Anthropology: Indigenous Peoples, Politics of Anthropological Study.
Sociology: Marriage and Family, Lifecourse, Gender at Work, Occupation and Career.
Comparative Study of Religion and Culture: Religion and Spirituality in Cultural Context.
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
Cultural Studies: European and American Cultures, Asian Cultures, Comparative Culture.
Communication: Intercultural Communication.
Information Science: Data Processing, Random Analysis (including Statics).
International Law: Civil Law, Mode of International Dealing.
International Politics: United Nations, Diplomacy.
International Economics: EU, Global Economy.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Philosophy/History of Ideas: This discipline centers on Western philosophy, systematically tracing the fundamentals of the history of philosophy, ontology, epistemology and ethics. Japanese and Oriental philosophy are also studied.
Aesthetics/History of Art: This discipline centers on the study of aesthetics and covers issues in the art history of diverse ages and places. The range of art fields studied extends to music, architecture, and crafts.
Christian Studies: This discipline is a special feature of the philosophy department at this university. It comprises the study of Christianity, the Old and New Testaments, and the whole range of Christian thought in the past and today.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Education
Child and Learning Studies: A course to study education and personal development.
Communication and Teaching Materials Development: A course to study the use of information and expression through multi-media.
Lifelong Learning and Community Design: A course to create fields of learning based on daily life and community.
Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education
Primary Education: A course to prepare students to become elementary school teachers.
Preschool Education: A course to prepare students to become kindergarten teachers.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Psychology of Perception, Cognitive Psychology: The relationship between perceiving and cognition.
Developmental Psychology: The relationship between human development and society.
Clinical Psychology: The relationship between mind and body.


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