Curriculum Map

Subject Credit Course Diploma Policy 1
Knowledge and understanding
Diploma Policy 2
Thinking and judgment
Diploma Policy 3
Interest, motivation and attitude
Diploma Policy 4
Skill and expression
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Introduction of Global Liberal Arts I
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Introduction to Global Liberal Arts II
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Philosophy Basics
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Science Basics
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Statistics
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Research Design and Research Method
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Algorithm and Programming
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Global Conflicts: An Introduction
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Globalization and International Relations: An Introduction
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts 4 Introduction to Asian Studies
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Cultural Studies
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Postcolonial Studies
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Critical Area Studies
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Media Studies
Cosmopolitan Studies 2 Theory and Practice of Fieldwork
Cosmopolitan Studies 2 Fieldwork on Media Studies
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 History of Arts
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Arts in Society
Cosmopolitan Studies 2 Special Lecture on Cosmopolitan Studies I
Cosmopolitan Studies 2 Special Lecture on Cosmopolitan Studies II
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Asia and the World in Historical Perspective
Cosmopolitan Studies 4 Regional Diversity in Cultural Perspective
Civilization Studies 4 Civilizations in Global History
Civilization Studies 4 Sociological Theories: Classical and Contemporary
Civilization Studies 4 Macrohistory and Metahistory
Civilization Studies 4 History of Modern World
Civilization Studies 4 Evolution of Governance
Civilization Studies 4 Institutionalism in Social Studies
Civilization Studies 4 Evolution of Market Economy
Civilization Studies 2 Special Lecture on Civilization Studies I
Civilization Studies 2 Special Lecture on Civilization Studies II
Civilization Studies 4 Comparative Politics in Asia
Civilization Studies 4 International Relations in the Asia-Pacific
Civilization Studies 4 War and Peace in the Globalizing World
Innovation Studies 4 Knowledge and Innovation
Innovation Studies 4 Applied Research Method for Social Science
Innovation Studies 4 Social Impacts of Brain Science
Innovation Studies 4 Human Intelligence
Innovation Studies 4 Design and Society
Innovation Studies 4 Design Practice
Innovation Studies 4 Social Change with AI
Innovation Studies 2 Special Lecture on Innovation Studies I
Innovation Studies 2 Special Lecture on Innovation Studies II
Innovation Studies 1 Internship I
Innovation Studies 2 Internship II
Innovation Studies 4 Human Security in Developing Societies
Innovation Studies 4 Social and Technological Innovation
Innovation Studies 4 Leadership in Global Perspective
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Contemporary Japan
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Modern History of Japan
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Japan in Global History
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Japanese Philosophy
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Politics and Foreign Relations of Japan
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Japanese Language and Culture I
Japanese Studies Cluster 4 Japanese Language and Culture II
Languages 4 Academic English
Languages 2 Japanese Language I-IV
Capstone Studies 4 Research Seminar I
Capstone Studies 4 Research Seminar II
Capstone Studies 4 Thesis
Capstone Studies 4 Capstone Studies in Normative Perspective to Globalization
Capstone Studies 4 Capstone Studies in Geohistorical Perspective to Globalization
Capstone Studies 4 Capstone Studies in Development and Social Change
Capstone Studies 4 Capstone Studies in Governance Studies

Diploma Policy 1: Knowledge and understanding

  • To acquire wide-ranging knowledge on the diversity of human society and the plural paths of the history of the humanity and to be able to understand these using the methodology of the humanities and social sciences.
  • To be able to understand the diversity of the modern world and of the various societies of Asia in particular based on empirical knowledge.
  • To acquire knowledge on the social meaning of the progress of science and new technologies in the contemporary world and to be able to understand this by returning to the various basic theories of the humanities and social sciences.

Diploma Policy 2: Thinking and judgment

  • To be able to think logically and critically to form individual opinions.
  • To be able to evaluate moral values in various social contexts, consider how different ethical viewpoints can be taken in cases where there is conflict in ethical interpretation and contemplate better options for action.
  • To be able to identify problems and derive solutions based on pluralistic viewpoints and intellectual originality.
  • To be able to make strategic judgments to encourage cooperation that overcomes conflicts of interest and opinion.

Diploma Policy 3: Interest, motivation and attitude

  • To have high aspirations and a fighting spirit to be able to independently tackle social issues as a citizen with a sense of responsibility and a strong will to overcome difficulties.
  • To be able to respect and cooperate with different cultures, values and standpoints.
  • To be able to work on research with ethical awareness and practically integrated awareness regarding the relationship between intellect and society.
  • To have the sense of leadership necessary for problem solving and to be able to engage in the issues cooperatively.

Diploma Policy 4: Skill and expression

  • To learn the wide range of techniques that are necessary for the appropriate collection and analysis of information, including reading comprehension, quantitative literacy and information literacy, and to be able to use these techniques effectively in research.
  • To have the language proficiency, design competency, and multimedia proficiency that are the communication techniques necessary for the expression of individual intelligence and effective academic communication.

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