Department of Japanese Language and Literature
To study a wide variety of subjects in Japan, Japanese Language and Japanese Literature.
The Department of Japanese Language and Literature consists of four fields, which include Japanese Linguistics, Japanese Literature, Japan Studies, and Japanese Language Education. The students acquire extensive knowledge about these four subjects. The first phase of the curriculum helps them in order to correctly understand Japanese syntax, grammar, and have an advanced conversation level. The next phase of the curriculum is designed in order to enable the students to acquire knowledge about various genres that are related to Japanese culture and history in addition to general knowledge about Japanese society, economy, and culture. This is achieved through various courses, such as Japanese culture exchange with Korea, Japanese economic ties with Korea, and Japan and International society. The curriculum enables the students to collect various resources and information about Japan using their language skills by offering lectures about Japanese Media and Global Communications, which fits into the age of internationalization and informatization. A special feature of the curriculum includes sending all sophomores to study at Yokohama National University in Japan. This helps them acquire a comprehensive and direct understanding of the country, which assists with developing them into specialists about Japan.
Foster specialists who exhibit expertise with the Japanese language, Japanese language education, and Japanese studies by providing an accurate understanding about Japan.
Produce the best experts about Japan who can cultivate close international relations in the globalized age.
Career Path after Graduation
The graduates from the Department of Japanese Language and Literature work for domestic companies, and they are also employed by businesses and banks that have ties with Japan. They can work as specialists in Japan by publishing popular culture items, such as animations and games.
these types of specialties include interpreters and translators. They can also work in the Journalism field. Some graduates find different types of career paths by studying abroad or at graduate schools in Korea. The graduates who have completed the Japanese Education curriculum can find positions in middle and high schools after obtaining a teacher's license.