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Liberal Arts Subjects and Basic Sciences Common to All International Undergraduate Programs

For the first year and a half, students in the international undergraduate programs study various liberal arts subjects and basic sciences. This segment of the programs aims not only to equip students with in-depth liberal arts knowledge and to help them deepen their understanding of various disciplines, but also to broaden their range of interests, and to enable them to continue learning independently. About Fifty subjects from 6 Subject Categories will be offered, including:

Subjects for Japanese Culture and Society

Adjusting to Japan, Introduction to Japanese Culture and Society

Subjects for Liberal Arts and Science

Introduction to Law, Introduction to Economics, Introduction to Philosophy, Intercultural Encounters, Introduction to Psychology, Global Issues, Introduction to Japanese History, Environmental Geoscience, Language and Communication in Society, Project Management

Subjects for Social Practice

Social Activities I-II, Internship I-II


Subjects for Language and Culture

【Common】
Introduction to Academic English, Academic Writing and Presentation I-II, Argumentation and Debate I-II, Japanese I (A-D), Japanese II (A-C),
Business Japanese I-IV

【Bioresource and Bioenvironment Only】
Japanese III (A-C), Scientific Japanese I-II

Subject for Health and Sports Sciences

Laboratory of Health and Sports Science

Fundamental Subjects for Natural Science
(for Engineering)

Required Subjects
Basic of Information Processing, Calculus A-B, Linear Algebra A-B, Fundamentals of Mechanics A, Elements of Electromagnetism, Basic Chemistry, Fundamental Inorganic Chemistry, Fundamental Organic Chemistry, Basic Laboratory Experiments in natural Science

【Elective Subjects】

Fundamentals of Mechanics B, Fundamental Cell Biology, Introductory Biology, Elements of Waves and Thermal Physics, Descriptive Geometry

Fundamental Subjects for Natural Science
(for Bioresource and Bioenvironment)

Required Subjects
Basic of Information Processing, Calculus A, Linear Algebra A, Fundamentals of Mechanics A, Basic Chemistry, Basic Laboratory Experiments in natural Science

【Elective Subjects】

Calculus B, Linear Algebra B, Fundamentals of Mechanics B, Elements of Electromagnetism, Fundamental Inorganic Chemistry, Fundamental Organic Chemistry, Fundamental Cell Biology, Introductory Biology, Descriptive Geometry

*Class to be offered may vary, depending on availability.



To view syllabi for the courses in the Liberal Arts Subjects and Basic Sciences, click here.


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