School of International Studies
Educates students in various languages, such as English, Japanese, and Chinese. It also develops on this basis of fostering an understanding in the linguistics, politics, economics, and culture of these countries, which ultimately develop a sense of global adaptability.
The School of International Studies aims to educate the students in order to allow them to be able to cultivate their own adaptability and responsiveness in the era of sweeping globalization. The department teaches the languages of key countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and China as well as their politics, economics, sociology, cultures, and other various fields. This program would certainly help the students in order to better understand the international issues as well as have a global sense. All freshmen will take a common set of courses, and they are usually admitted to one of the three departments during their sophomore year, which they will complete six semesters of coursework. The three departments include English Language and Literature, Japanese Language and Literature, and Chinese Trade and Commerce.
English Language and Literature
Focuses on mastering English for use as a common language in the global world by studying linguistics and translation.More >
Japanese Language and Literature Major
To study a wide variety of subjects in Japan, Japanese Language and Japanese Literature.More >
Major of Chinese Trade & Commerce
The Department of China Trade & Commerce is to possess diverse and high level knowledge in various areas including Chinese language or economy, politics, society and culture of China as well as training professional workers of Chinese commerce who possess both theoretic and practical knowledge related to Chinese commerce.More >