Crossing Cultures

List of class subjects

  Shared subjects Inter-faculty specialized shared subjects
4th year  
3rd year Foreign language subjects
  German IVA/IVB
  French IVA/IVB
  Chinese IVA/IVB
  Russian IVA/IVB
English Writing (Advanced)
English Speech (Advanced) Ⅰ – Ⅱ
2nd・3rd year   Material reading exercise
Foreign language exercise (English)
Foreign language exercise (German)
Foreign language exercise (French)
Foreign language exercise (Chinese)
Foreign language exercise (Russian)
Foreign language exercise (Spanish)
Foreign language exercise
(Italian, Arabic, Mongolian etc.)
2nd year Culture Studies
Foreign language subjects
  Advanced English A
  Advanced English B
  Advanced English C
  German Ⅲ A/Ⅲ B
  French Ⅲ A/Ⅲ B
  Chinese Ⅲ A/Ⅲ B
  Russian Ⅲ A/Ⅲ B
  Korean XⅠ/X Ⅱ
  Spanish XⅠ/X Ⅱ
  German XⅠ/X Ⅱ
  French XⅠ/X Ⅱ
  Italian XⅠ/X Ⅱ
International human rights studies
Arab socio-cultural studies
African socio-cultural studies
Latin American socio-cultural studies
Computer Science Exercise Ⅱ/Ⅲ
International communication exercise Ⅱ
Cultures and Societies in Japan Ⅱ
Art Project
Cultural Institution Studies
Specialized Basic English Ⅰ/Ⅱ
German Conversation Ⅰ/Ⅱ
French Conversation Ⅰ/Ⅱ
Chinese Conversation Ⅰ/Ⅱ
Russian Conversation Ⅰ/Ⅱ
Beginner’s Latin Ⅰ/Ⅱ
Modern Hangul Ⅱ
1st year Culture Studies
Foreign language subjects
  English Reading Ⅰ/Ⅱ
  English Oral Ⅰ/Ⅱ
  German Ⅰ A/Ⅰ B/Ⅱ A/Ⅱ B/SA/SB
  French Ⅰ A/Ⅰ B/Ⅱ A/Ⅱ B/SA/SB
  Chinese Ⅰ A/Ⅰ B/Ⅱ A/Ⅱ B/SA/SB
  Russian Ⅰ A/Ⅰ B/Ⅱ A/Ⅱ B/SA/SB

Communication subjects
  Communication basics
Health/Sports science subjects
  Health/Sports science subjects
  Health/Sports science practical Ⅰ/Ⅱ
International communication exercise Ⅰ
Intercultural Special Lecture
Intercultural Studies Practical
Computer Science Introduction
Computer Science Exercise Ⅰ
Cultures and Societies in Japan Ⅰ
Basics Seminar
Specialized Basics Exercise
Japanese Communication
Beginner’s Spanish Ⅰ/Ⅱ
Modern Hangul Ⅰ

Introduction to info-communication
Introduction to Modern Culture
Introduction to Foreign Culture Communication
Introduction to Regional Culture

*At the Faculty of Intercultural Studies, aside from the above subjects, we also have the Introduction to American English and British English course necessary for acquiring an (English) teacher’s license. However, these subjects will not count towards your graduation credits. Furthermore, the courses necessary for a curator’s license (Introduction to Museums, Museum Management Studies, Museum Exhibition Studies, Museum Information/Media Studies, Museum Practical) are also available. Introduction to American English and British English, as well as Museum Practical, do not count towards your graduation credits.

 

You can acquire an (English) Teacher’s license
At the Faculty of Intercultural Studies, you can obtain a license to teach in middle and high schools. To obtain these licenses, you must complete the credits necessary for graduation, as well as the credits necessary for the subjects required by the license. Other subjects required for the license include Japanese Law, Introduction to British and American Literature, Teaching Practical, Student Direction Studies, Information Technology and others. As there are many classes involved, we recommend carefully planning your course load after enrolling.

 

Info-Communication Courses
Modern Culture Courses
Foreign Cultural Communication Courses
Regional Culture Courses

 

Specialized subjects

Shared subjects
4th year Lead teachers Exercise graduation thesis
Graduation work
2nd・3rd year
Linguistic Expression Studies
Linguistic Function Studies
Inter-Lingual Communication Studies
Basic Second Language Studies

Sound Communication Studies
Emotional Grammar Studies
Linguistic Neuroscience
Interpersonal Communication Theory

Info-Communication Studies
Media Information Processing
Processing Statistical Information
Intelligence Information Formatting Studies
Programming Basics


Contemporary Economical Philosophy Studies
Contemporary Political Philosophy Studies
Contemporary Cultural Discourse Studies
Contemporary Representative Culture Studies

Sociology of Intelligence
Media Culture Studies
Bioethics
Preliminary Environmental Studies
Social Gender Studies





Modern Art Studies
Artistic Socio-Cultural Studies
Artistic Culture and Environmental Studies
Artistic Cultural Formation Studies
Modern Social Studies
Mixed Culture Studies
Ethnography
Ethnology


Governance Studies
Comparative Policy Studies
Peace Building Studies



Techno-cultural
StudiesTranslation and Cultural Formation
Modern Cross-Border Cultural Studies
Cultural Formation Studies


Contemporary Japanese Cultural Studies
Japanese Cultural Representation Studies
Japanese Cultural-Linguistic Studies
Japanese Cultural Exchange Studies

Chinese Social System Studies
North Asian Socio-Cultural Studies
North/South Korean Socio-Cultural Studies
Southeast Asian National Construction Studies
Southeastern Asian Cultural and Religions Studies
Oceania Socio-Cultural Studies

European Spiritual Culture Studies
European Civilian Society Studies
European Women’s Cultural Studies
American Polygenic Cultural Expression Studies
Modern American Studies
Euro-American Religious and Cultural Studies
Specialized Exercise B
Specialized Exercise A(2nd year)
1st year
Linguistic Formation Studies
Non-Verbal Communication Studies
Informational Environment Studies


Contemporary Socio-Philosophical Studies
Gender Culture Studies
Visual Culture Studies
Cultural Anthropology
International Relation Studies
Comparative Civilization Studies


Japanese Traditional Culture Studies
Economic and Cultural Exchange Studies
Atlantic Ring Cultural Studies
 

*The listed schedules are as of April 2012. The names of subjects and allotted years may change for April 2013.

 

You can acquire a curator’s license
A curator works at a museum, working on the collection, storage, investigation, research and exhibition of museum material, as well as teaching. To obtain a curator’s license, you must complete the credits necessary for graduation as well as the credits necessary for the subjects required by the license. The license requires the Museum Practical as well as credits in other courses. Depending on the type of museum you choose (art, history, ethnology etc.), you will also need knowledge in specialized fields. We suggest studying a wide spread of related subjects.

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