School of Global Japanese Studies

Curriculum Chart of the Japanese Track

*This curriculum chart is for the Japanese Track. Please check the curriculum for the English Track in the English Track Brochure.

GLOBAL JAPANESE STUDIES

POP CULTURE STUDIES  Manga Culture A
 Manga Culture B
 Animation Culture A
 Animation Culture B
*Otaku Culture A
*Otaku Culture B
*Urbanism and Design A
*Urbanism and Design B
*History of Japanese Comics A
*History of Japanese Comics B
Gender & Representation A
Gender & Representation B
VISUAL CULTURE STUDIES  Introduction to Visual Culture A
 Introduction to Visual Culture B
*Cultural History of Fashion A
*Cultural History of Fashion B
*Art Business A
*Art Business B
*Japanese Fine Arts from a Global Perspective A
*Japanese Fine Arts from a Global Perspective B
Performing Arts A
Performing Arts B
*Mythology of Mode A
*Mythology of Mode B
SOCIAL SYSTEMS AND MEDIA STUDIES Japanese Social Systems A
Japanese Social Systems B
Introduction to Mass Communications
*Advertising Industry A
*Advertising Industry B
*Creator Business Studies
Tourism management A
Tourism management B
Globalization and Financial services A
Globalization and Financial services B
*Business Culture in Contemporary Japan A
*Business Culture in Contemporary Japan B
*Contents Industry A
*Contents Industry B
Japanese Manufacturing Management A
Japanese Manufacturing Management B
*History of Technology Transfer in Japan A
*History of Technology Transfer in Japan B
*Intellectual Property Management from Cultural Perspective A
*Intellectual Property Management from Cultural Perspective B
*History of Japanese Marketing Systems A
*History of Japanese Marketing Systems B
*Social Security Studies A
*Social Security Studies B
*Studies in Japanese Business Associations A
*Studies in Japanese Business Associations B
*Urban Transport Systems A
*Urban Transport Systems B
*Media Industry A
*Media Industry B
Mass Media in Japan A
Mass Media in Japan B
*Service Marketing A
*Service Marketing B
*Japanese Behavioral Models A
*Japanese Behavioral Models B
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND CROSS-CULTURAL EXCHANGE STUDIES International Relations A
International Relations B
*Introduction to International Economic Issues
*Global Economic History A
*Global Economic History B
Peace Studies
Asia Pacific Political Economy A
Asia Pacific Political Economy B
*Asian Studies A
*Asian Studies B
Issues in Intercultural Communities
*Intercultural Education A
*Intercultural Education B
*Educational Perspective on Community Development A
*Educational Perspective on Community Development B
*Introduction to Study Abroad A
Introduction to Study Abroad B
*International Education and Exchanges A
*International Education and Exchanges B
Japanese-German Comparative Culture A
Japanese-German Comparative Culture B
*Africa in the Contemporary World A
*Africa in the Contemporary World B
EU Studies A
EU Studies B
*Indian Economy A
*Indian Economy B
Modern History of Africa A
Modern History of Africa B
Issues in Immigration Policy
GLOBAL CULTURE AND THE HISTORY OF IDEAS STUDIES *Introduction to the History of Film A
*Introduction to the History of Film B
*French Culture Studies A
*French Culture Studies B
*East Asian Arts  A
*East Asian Arts  B
Religion and Philosophy A
Religion and Philosophy B
Comparative Religious Studies
*Comparative Culture A
*Comparative Culture B
Latin American Studies A
Latin American Studies B
*Film Studies A
*Film Studies B
*History of East Asian Cultural Exchange A
*History of East Asian Cultural Exchange B
*History of Islam A
*History of Islam B
*European Urban Customs A
*European Urban Customs B
*Modern British Studies A
*Modern British Studies B
*Contemporary American Society A
*Contemporary American Society B
JAPANESE CULTURE AND THE HISTORY OF IDEAS STUDIES *Modern Japanese Literary Arts A
*Modern Japanese Literary Arts B
Cultural Studies in Budo (Japanese Martial Arts) A
Cultural Studies in Budo (Japanese Martial Arts) B
*Cultural Archives Studies
Japan in International Perspectives
Japanese Representational Arts A
Japanese Representational Arts B
*Japanese Philosophy A
*Japanese Philosophy B
*History of Martial Arts Philosophy
*Edo Studies A
*Edo Studies B
*Japanese Cultural traditions A
*Japanese Cultural traditions B
*Traditional Performing Arts
*Aesthetics of Kabuki & Noh
*Culture of  Swords
*Japanese Folkcraft Studies
Japanese Cinema A
Japanese Cinema B
Japanese Religion A
Japanese Religion B
JAPANESE LANGUAGE STUDIES *Japanese Linguistics A
*Japanese Linguistics B
*Japanese Language Teaching (Grammar) A
*Japanese Language Teaching (Grammar) B
*Japanese Language Teaching (Vocabulary) A
*Japanese Language Teaching (Vocabulary) B
*Japanese Language Teaching (Phonetics) A
*Japanese Language Teaching (Phonetics) B
*History of Japanese A
*History of Japanese B
ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES Language & Culture A
Language & Culture B
*Psychology and Language Learning A
*Psychology and Language Learning B
Applied Linguistics A
Applied Linguistics B
English Linguistics A
English Linguistics B

GENERAL STUDIES

Global Japanese Studies
*Japanese Expression (Writing)
*Japanese Expression (Speaking)
Sociology A
Sociology B
Political Science A
Political Science B
Economics A
Economics B
Business Administration A
Business Administration B
*Western History A
*Western History B
Japanese History A
Japanese History B
*Asian History A
*Asian History B
*Geography A
*Geography B
*Statistics A
*Statistics B
Sports & Physical Exercise A
*Sports & Physical Exercise B
Sports & Physical Exercise C
*Sports & Physical Exercise D
*Sports & Physical Exercise E
*Media Literacy A
*Media Literacy B
*Cultural Semiotics
Practicum in Global Japanese Studies A
Practicum in Global Japanese Studies B
*Practicum in Global Japanese Studies C
Practicum in Global Japanese Studies D
Practicum in Global Japanese Studies E
Liberal Arts Studies A
Liberal Arts Studies B
*Internship
Integrated Lecture
*Japanese Culture & Society
*ICT Elementary
ICT Basic Ⅰ
*ICT Basic Ⅱ
*ICT Statistical Analysis Ⅰ
*ICT Statistical Analysis Ⅱ
*ICT Database Ⅰ
*ICT Database Ⅱ
*ICT Media Processing Ⅰ
*ICT Media Processing Ⅱ
*ICT Application Development Ⅰ
*ICT Application Development Ⅰ
*ICT Contents Design Ⅰ
*ICT Contents Design Ⅱ
*ICT Total Practice Ⅰ
*ICT Total Practice Ⅱ
*Japanese Constitutional Law

SEMINAR

Seminar 3A
Seminar 3B
Seminar 4A
Seminar 4B

STUDY-ABROAD SUBJECTS

Study Abroad Program
Study Abroad Related  Subjects (Language & Laboratory) A
Study Abroad Related  Subjects (Language & Laboratory) B
Study Abroad Related  Subjects (Lecture) A
Study Abroad Related  Subjects (Lecture) B

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

ENGLISH 
 
English (Speaking) I
English (Speaking) II
English (Listening) I
English (Listening) II
English (Reading & Writing) I
English (Reading & Writing) II
Advanced Reading & Writing I
Advanced Reading & Writing II
Research Paper Writing
Speech & Presentation
TOEIC Preparation I
TOEIC Preparation II
Academic Writing
Discussion & Debate
 
Advanced Level TOEIC
TOEFL Preparation
Advanced Level TOEFL 
Independent Study A
Independent Study B
Current English A
Current English B
Integrated English A
Integrated English B
Practical Drama A
Practical Drama B
Literature Reading A
Literature Reading B
SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGES
 
*German (Elementary level) A
*German (Elementary level) B
*German (Intermediate level) A
*German (Intermediate level) B
*German (Intermediate level) C
*German (Intermediate level) D
*French (Elementary level) A
*French (Elementary level) B
*French (Intermediate level) A
*French (Intermediate level) B
*French (Intermediate level) C
*French (Intermediate level) D
*Chinese (Elementary level) A
*Chinese (Elementary level) B
*Chinese (Intermediate level) A
*Chinese (Intermediate level) B
*Chinese (Intermediate level) C
*Chinese (Intermediate level) D
 
*Spanish (Elementary level) A
*Spanish (Elementary level) B
*Spanish (Intermediate level) A
*Spanish (Intermediate level) B
*Spanish (Intermediate level) C
*Spanish (Intermediate level) D
*Korean (Elementary level) A
*Korean (Elementary level) B
*Korean (Intermediate level) A
*Korean (Intermediate level) B
*Korean (Intermediate level) C
*Korean (Intermediate level) D

JAPANESE LANGUAGE(All are offerd in Japanese only)

JAPANESE
 
Japanese I (Reading)
Japanese II(Reading)
Japanese I (Listening)
Japanese II (Listening)
Japanese I (Writing)
Japanese II (Writing)
Japanese I (Speaking)
Japanese II (Speaking)
Introductory Japanese (General)
Introductory Japanese (Reading)
Introductory Japanese (Vocabulary & Kanji)
Introductory Japanese (Speaking)
 
Elementary Japanese (General)
Elementary Japanese (Reading)
Elementary Japanese (Vocabulary & Kanji)
Elementary Japanese (Speaking)
Integrated Japanese A
Integrated Japanese B
Introduction to Advanced Academic Japanese A
Introduction to Advanced Academic Japanese B

Students are able to take classes that are offered in Japanese.
The classes with "*" are offered in Japanese only in 2015 .
The classes may not be offered due to teacher's schedule. 
This curriculum outline is subject to change.

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