Jul. 09, 2021
Educational Policy and Education Goals
Based on the education goal and educational policy mentioned above, the following types of students are welcomed to the School of Arts and Letters:
• students who understand our guiding principles, “Rights and Liberty, Independence and Self-government,” and are willing to establish their own individuality in anticipation of achieving global success, with a receptive attitude toward other people and different cultures;
• students who are interested in connections between people or connections between people and society, and are willing to tackle the exploration of human studies by taking approaches from the point of view of human creations, human history, social phenomena, etc.;
• students who desire to seek a unique way of living through interaction with other people, and to pursue the creation of new ideas or values; and
• students who have a clear awareness of problems, a sense of purpose and a high motivation for learning, with regard to the specialized field in which they major.
The following types of students are welcomed to each department:
The Department of Literature welcomes students who take an active stance toward the learning of various cultural attributes and can show modest understanding of the cultural attributes, and students who are motivated to shape their own individuality by establishing their expertise.
The Department of History and Geography welcomes students who have wide-ranging interest in nature and the nature of human society, students who desire to explore things historically and geographically, students who desire to acquire reading comprehension abilities, analytical abilities and abilities for field surveys and use the abilities in their own professional life, and students who desire to work on a worldwide level using their extensive knowledge of history and cultures.
The Department of Psycho-Social Studies welcomes students who have a cooperative attitude toward individuals and organizations and have multilateral perspectives to become members of society with the ability to think independently.