School of Political Science and Economics

Curriculum Chart

Curriculum Chart
Course Subjects

Curriculum Chart

Basic Subjects Humanities Introduction to Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Fundamental Logic, Overview of Logic, History, Expression in the Japanese Language, Japanese Literature, Foreign Literature, Languages and Cultures, Introduction to Liberal Arts
Social Sciences Law, Geography, Cultural Anthropology, Contemporary Psychology, Survey of Psychology, Cultural Theories, Intercultural Understanding and Communication, Intercultural Conflict and Communication, Introduction to International Area Studies
Nature Sciences Fundamental Mathematics, Survey of Mathematics, Linear Algebra I-IV, Analysis I-II, Science in Society, Science in History, History of Ancient to Modern Technology, History of Modern to Contemporary Technology, Structure of Matter, Matter and the Universe, Energy and the Environment, The Global Environment and Society, Structure of Organisms and Life Science, Biotechnology and Human Life
Comprehensive Subject Group Seminar in Liberal Arts I・II, Japanese Culture & Society I A・B, Japanese Culture & Society II A・B, Fundamentals of Information Science I・II, Inter Faculty Interdisciplinary Colloquium I・II, Special Studies in International Cultures I・II
Foreign Language Subjects English I-IV, German I-IV, French I-IV, Chinese I-IV, Spanish I-IV, Japanese I-IV, ACEI-ACEIV, Advanced Communicative English Presentation Skills
Health and Sports Science Subjects Exercise Science in Practice I-1, Exercise Science in Practice I-2, Exercise Science in Practice II-1, Exercise Science in Practice II-2, Theory of Health and Exercise Science I, Lifelong-Sports Camp, Exercise Science in Practice III-1, Exercise Science in Practice III-2, Exercise Science in Practice IV-1, Exercise Science in Practice IV-2, Exercise Science in Practice II

Basic Subjects (1st Year / 2nd Year)
Constitutional Law, Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to Political Theory, Principles of Political Science, Sociology, Analysis of Journalism, Theories of Media and Communication, Interdisciplinary Colloquium for Political Science and Sociology, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Economic History, Political Economy, Statistics, Quantitative Economic Analysis, Japanese Economic History, History of Economic Thought, History of Social Thought, Social Science Methodologies, Interdisciplinary Colloquium for Economic Studies, Introduction to Public Administration, Introduction to Public Administration Theory, Civil Code (General), Civil Code (Property), Local Self-Government Law, Regional Studies, Regional Analysis, Accounting, Interdisciplinary Colloquium for Regional Studies, Career Design Colloquium, Introductory Seminar in Major Subject I-III, Special Studies in Political Science I・II, Special Studies in Sociology I・II, Special Studies in Mass Communication I・II, Special Studies in Economics I・II, Special Studies in Economic Policy I・II, Special Studies in Local Government I・II, Survival Skills for Studying Abroad (1st - 4th Year), Introduction to Studying Abroad (1st - 4th Year), Study Abroad-Practicum I-IV (1st - 4th Year), Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Career Development I-V

Basic Subjects (3rd Year / 4th Year)
History / History of Thought History of Political Theory, Analysis of Political Theory, Japanese Political History, European Political History, Modern Political Thought, Contemporary Political Theory, History of Japanese Political Thought, Japanese Political Culture, History of Economics, History of Modern Economics, International Economic History, Contemporary Economic History, History of Japanese Economic Thought
Mass Communication Theories of Media Literacy, Analysis of International Communication, Analysis of Mass Media, Analysis of Media and Public Opinion
Theory / Statistics / Policy History of Modern Economics, Economic Statistics, Economic Growth and Fluctuations, Econometrics, Linear Economics, Principles of Economic Policy

Applied Subjects by Course
(A) Political Science and Sociology Course (B) Economics and Economic Policy Course (C) Local Programs and Development Course (D) International Culture Course
(a) Political Theory (d) International Economics (g) Public Administration (j) Japanese / Asian Culture
Local Government Management, Theories of States, Analysis of Contemporary States, Urban Space Policy, Urban Administrative Policy, Theories of Political Process, Theories of Political Structures, Theories of Fluctuations in Political Structures, Comparative Politics, Comparative Politics (East Asia), Quantitative Political Science, Analysis of Political Behavior, Public Policy International Economics, Economic Geography, Economic Development, International Economic Policy, International Finance, Japanese and Asian Cultures I-IV, Japanese and Asian Area Studies I-IV, European Cultures I-V, European Area Studies I-V, American Cultures I-IV, American Area Studies I-IV, Associated Area Studies I-IV Local Government Management, Administrative Law, Local Government Administration, Administrative Informatics, Public Policy, Public Accounting, Urban Space Policy, Urban Administrative Policy, Local Government Finance, Social Security, Regional Development, Environmental Economics, Regional Policy and Program I-X, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture Japanese and Asian Cultures I-IV, Japanese and Asian Area Studies I-IV, Associated Area Studies I-IV, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture, Studies in Representational Culture, Comparative Politics (East Asia), Asian Politics, Folklore, Japanese Folk Society, Ethnology, Social Anthropology, Introduction to Intercultural Management, Applied Intercultural Management
(b) International Politics (e) Finance (h) Communities (k) European Culture
International Politics, History of International Relations, Asian Politics, United States Politics, Latin American Politics, African Politics, Russian Politics, Eastern European Politics, International Law, Comparative Government, Comparative Politics (East Asia), Japanese and Asian Cultures I-IV, Japanese and Asian Area Studies I-IV, European Cultures I-V, European Area Studies I-V, American Cultures I-IV, American Area Studies I-IV, Associated Area Studies I-IV Modern Japanese Economics, Finance, Monetary Policy, Local Government Finance, Taxation and Government Spending Policy, Public Finance, International Finance Community Welfare Policy and Programs, Community Welfare, Regional Development, Regional Informatics, Environmental Economy, Regional Policy and Programs I-X, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture European Cultures I-V, European Area Studies I-V, Associated Area Studies I-IV, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture, Studies in Representational Culture, International Politics, History of International Relations, African Politics, Russian Politics, Eastern European Politics, Comparative Government, International Economics, Introduction to Intercultural Management, Applied Intercultural Management
(c) Sociology (f) General Economic Policy (i) Industrial Sociology (l) American Culture
Contemporary Sociology, Contemporary Social Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Consumer Psychology, Social Research, Field Work Studies, Comparative Sociology, Folklore, Japanese Folk Society, Ethnology, Social Anthropology, Regional Informatics Modern Economic Policy, Food Economics, Environmental Economics, Industrial Organization, Theory of Small & Medium-Sized Industries, Regional Industries, Population Studies, Labor Economics, Social Security, Cooperatives, Regional Development, Regional Promotion Regional Industries, Theory of Small & Medium-Sized Industries, Cooperative Study, Food Economics, Intercultural Management, Labor Economics, Regional Policy and Program I-X American Cultures I-IV, American Area Studies I-IV, Associated Area Studies I-IV, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture, Studies in Representational Culture, International Politics, United States Politics, Latin American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Economics, Introduction to Intercultural Management, Applied Intercultural Management

Applied Subjects
Subjects not included in Course Subjects Applied Quantitative Analysis, Civil Code (Contract), Civil Code (Family), Economic Law, Regional Policy Making, Regional Studies Job Internship Special Lecture Subjects Special Studies in Political Science III-VI, Special Studies in Sociology III-VI, Special Studies in Mass Communication III-VI, Special Studies in Economics III-VI, Special Studies in Economic Policy III-VI, Special Studies in Local Government III-VI, Special Studies in International Cultures III-VI
Special Seminar Subjects Advanced Seminar in Major Subject (Graduation Thesis) Practice Subjects Business Internship, Volunteer Activity
Research of Original Texts Subjects Readings in Professional Literature in Original Texts I-IV, Advanced Seminar in Major Subject (Readings in Professional Literature in Foreign Languages), Advanced Seminar in Major Subject (Readings in Professional Literature in Original Texts) Established Subjects of School Established Subjects of School
Comprehensive Lecture Subjects Applied Studies Interdisciplinary Colloquium I-X Information Science Subjects Information Science and Numeric Processing I・II, Information Science and Text Processing I・II, Image Processing I・II

Course Subjects

Department of Political Science

Curriculum Chart 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Basic Subjects Required Subjects  
The Constitution, Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to Political Theory, Interdisciplinary Colloquium for Political Science and Sociology, Principles of Political Science
Elective Subjects Required Elective Subjects
Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to Political Theory, Sociology, Analysis of Journalism, Theories of Media and Communication, Social Science Methodologies History of Political Theory, Analysis of Political Theory, Japanese Political History, European Political History, Modern Political Thought, Contemporary Political Theory, History of Japanese Political Thought, Japanese Political Culture, Theories of Media Literacy, Analysis of International Communication, Analysis of Mass Media, Analysis of Media and Public Opinion
Applied Subjects   Common Subjects
Japanese and Asian Cultures, Japanese and Asian Area Studies, European Cultures, European Area Studies, American Cultures, American Area Studies, Associated Area Studies, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture, Studies in Representational Culture
Elective Subjects
Local Government Management, Theories of States, Analysis of Contemporary States, International Politics, Urban Space Policy, Urban Administrative Policy, Theories of Political Process, Theories of Political Structures, Theories of Fluctuations in Political Structures, Comparative Politics, Comparative Politics (East Asia), Quantitative Political Science, Analysis of Political Behavior, History of International Relations, Asian Politics, United States Politics, Latin American Politics, African Politics, Russian Politics, Eastern European Politics, Contemporary Sociology, Contemporary Social Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Consumer Psychology, Social Research, Field Work Studies, Comparative Sociology, Folklore, Japanese Folk Society, Ethnology, Social Anthropology

Department of Economics

Curriculum Chart 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Basic Subjects Required Subjects  
Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Economic History, Interdisciplinary Colloquium for Economic Studies
Elective Subjects Required Elective Subjects
Political Economy, Statistics, Quantitative Economic Analysis, Japanese Economic History, History of Economic Thought, History of Social Thought, Social Science Methodologies History of Economics, History of Modern Economics, History of World Economy, Contemporary Economic History, History of Japanese Economic Thought, Modern Economics, Economic Statistics, Economic Growth and Fluctuations, Econometrics, Linear Economics, Principles of Economic Policy
Applied Subjects   Common Subjects
Japanese and Asian Cultures, Japanese and Asian Area Studies, European Cultures, European Area Studies, American Cultures, American Area Studies, Associated Area Studies, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture, Studies in Representational Culture
Elective Subjects
International Economics, Modern Japanese Economics, Economics of Socialism, Industrial Organization, Economic Systems, Finance, Monetary Policy, International Finance, Economic Geography, Regional Development, Regional Promotion, Local Finance, Theory of Small & Medium-Sized Industries, Regional Industries, Population Studies, Labor Economics, Social Security, Cooperative Study, Modern Economic Policy, Food Economics, Economic Development, International Economic Policy, Financial Policy, Environmental Economics, Public Finance, Applied Quantitative Analysis

Department of Local Governance

Curriculum Chart 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Basic Subjects Required Subjects  
The Constitution, Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to Political Theory, Macroeconomics, Introduction to Public Administration, Introduction to Public Administration Theory, Interdisciplinary Colloquium for Regional Studies
Elective Subjects
Civil Code (General), Civil Code (Property), Local Self-Government Law, Regional Studies, Regional Analysis, Accounting, Methodology in Social Science
Applied Subjects   Common Subjects
Japanese and Asian Cultures, Japanese and Asian Area Studies, European Cultures, European Area Studies, American Cultures, American Area Studies, Associated Area Studies, Studies in Physical Culture, Studies in Sports Culture, Studies in Representational Culture
Elective Subjects
Local Government Administration, Urban Space Policy, Urban Administrative Policy, Local Public Management, Local Government Finance, Social Security, Administrative Informatics, Public Policy, Public Accounting, Administrative Law, Community Welfare Policy and Programs, Community Welfare, Regional Industries, Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises, Cooperative Associations, Food Economics, Labor Economics, Introduction to Intercultural Management, Applied Intercultural Management, Regional Policy and Programs, Environmental Economics, Local Informatics, Demography, Economic Geography, Regional Development, Regional Promotion, Applied Quantitative Analysis, Civil Code (Contract), Civil Code (Family), Economic Law, Regional Policy Making, Regional Studies Job Internship

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