Kentaro Yokouchi  Book - AO CAE 2010年 

Faculty of Arts

Our faculty aims to educate “Neo Humanists” for the coming age, who has acquired the “practical knowledge” ――critical and creative thinking about various aspects of human nature and society. We believe that this knowledge is strongly required against the current tendency that focuses just upon the one-sided view of highly developed technology, neglecting the manifoldness of human nature, culture, history, and language. For future “Neo Humanists,” we have following seven courses:

Seven Courses of Faculty of Arts

Philosophy & Art Communication
  • Philosophy

  • Art Communication
Cultural Information & Sociology
  • Studies of Cultural Information

  • Sociology
Psychology &
Social Psychology
  • Psychology

  • Social Psychology
History
  • European and American History

  • Asian History

  • Japanese History
Comparative Languages and Cultures
  • Comparative Literature

  • Chinese Language and Literature

  • German Language and Literature

  • French Language and Literature
English and American Language and Culture
  • English Linguistics and Philology

  • English and American Literature
Japanese Language and Culture
  • Japanese Literature

  • Japanese Linguistics

  • Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language

Graduate School of Humanities

Since 1982, our graduate school of humanities has offered two courses, viz., study for regional culture and that for language and culture, in the master’s program. The two courses aim to educate full-fledged researchers as well as individual citizens who can think of various problems of our society in the "human scientic" manner. Our program widely covers human history, philosophy, and cultures, all of which is required for investigating the essence and structure of human society. We hope students who have interests on our education program to join us.

Two Courses of the Master’s Program

Course for Regional Culture
  • Philosophy

  • Psychology

  • Social Psychology

  • Studies of Cultural Information

  • Sociology

  • World History

  • Japanese History

  • History of Regional Cultures
Course for Language and Culture
  • Japanese Literature

  • Japanese Linguistics
        & Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language

  • Comparative Literature

  • Chinese Language and Literature

  • German Language and Literature

  • French Language and Literature

  • English Linguistics and Philology
        & English and American Literature

  • Art Communication

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