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General Education Department

Teacher Education Department

The General Education Program offers a cross-departmental curriculum designed to develop in students the basic knowledge required for university-level academic learning and nurture the cultivation of an aesthetic sensitivity and intellect which can support the development of a vibrant human spirit.
The curriculum consists of 10 subject groups: (1) Human Science, (2) Humanities and Humanity, (3) Nature, Science and Technology, and Humanity, (4) Society and Humanity, (5) Community and Culture, (6) Religion and Culture, (7) Seminar Subjects, (8) Integrated Lectures, (9) Career Education-related Subjects (incl. Japanese Language and Information Subjects), and (10) Foreign Languages. Particularly with the first eight subject groups, we focus our attention on the formation of a well-rounded character, including knowledge, virtue, and physical health, and conducting education based on the spirit of Christianity, which is the educational ideal of this university. The purpose of these classes is the development of students with broad perspectives who will contribute to both the local community and international society.

Foreign Language Education Department

Foreign language subjects in the General Education Program are designed to help students master languages necessary in understanding world cultures. They consist of English, German, French, Chinese and Korean.
To improve our students' ability to attain fluency in foreign languages, we encourage them to study according to their ability and at their own speed. We also support them in this process by providing a well-organized curriculum and a recently-updated CALL system.
The CALL system is located on the second floor of Building A and consists of three CALL classrooms (138 booths), an AV study room (15 booths), an IT support desk with program consultants and teaching materials, and a control room. In addition to being used for classes, CALL classrooms are open for self-study, and learning materials for English conversation as well as examination questions from TOEFL, TOEIC, Eiken and other English language proficiency tests are available and designed to match the interests and needs of each student. In addition, we support language education by providing a wide range of equipment for our students, including an AV study room setup which allows them to watch CNN news in real time.

 

Human Science
Mental Health Studies
Science of Human Body Ⅰ
Science of Human Body Ⅱ
Medicine and Sports
Exercise Physiology
Exercise Nutrition
Fundamental Kinesiology
Theory of Health and Fitness
Practicum of Physical Education Ⅰ
Practicum of Physical Education Ⅱ
Lifelong Exercise Plan Ⅰ
Lifelong Exercise Plan Ⅱ
Sports and Exercise
Exercise and Health Development
Seminar of Human Body and Heart Ⅰ
Seminar of Human Body and Heart Ⅱ
The Humanities and
Humanity
Philosophy Ⅰ
Philosophy Ⅱ
Psychology Ⅰ
Psychology Ⅱ
Ethics and Humanity
Life and Ethics
World of Music
World of Fine Arts
World of Literature
Nature, Science and
Technology, and
Humanity
Science and Humanity
World of Matter
Biology Ⅰ
Biology Ⅱ
Environment and Humanity Ⅰ
Environment and Humanity Ⅱ
Statistics Ⅰ
Statistics Ⅱ
Mathematics Ⅰ
Mathematics Ⅱ
Society and
Humanity
Japanese Constitutional Law
Law
Investment Structures
Modern World History(Asian)
Modern World History(Western)
Political Science Ⅰ
Political Science Ⅱ
Introduction to Economics Ⅰ
Introduction to Economics Ⅱ
Sociology Ⅰ
Sociology Ⅱ
Cultural Authropology
Media and Society
Community and
Culture
Theory of Northern Regions
Theory of Hokkaido Regional Culture Ⅰ
Theory of Hokkaido Regional Culture Ⅱ
Chinese Studies Abroad
Japanese Culture Ⅰ
Japanese Culture Ⅱ
Readings of Japanese Classical Literature
Chinese Culture Ⅰ
Chinese Culture Ⅱ
Korean Culture
American Culture Ⅰ
American Culture Ⅱ
European Culture Ⅰ
European Culture Ⅱ
International Culture Studies Ⅰ
International Culture Studies Ⅱ
Religion and
Culture
Culture of Christianity
Ideas and Culture of the Bible Ⅰ
Ideas and Culture of the Bible Ⅱ
History and Culture of Christianity Ⅰ
History and Culture of Christianity Ⅱ
Christian Views of the World and Humanity
Religious Cultures
Modern World and Religion
Comparative Religions
Ideas and Culture of Religions in Eastern Asia
Ideas and Culture of India
Ideas and Culture of Buddhism
Ideas and Culture of Islam
Seminar
Seminar for Religion and Culture:Ⅰ Seminar for Religion and Culture:Ⅱ
Seminar Classes
Liberal Arts Seminar Ⅰ Liberal Arts Seminar Ⅱ
Integrated Lectures Lectures
Peace Studies Ⅰ
Peace Studies Ⅱ
Gender and Society
Hokusei Studies
Career Education
Classes
Career Education
Occupation and Life Ⅰ Occupation and Life Ⅱ
Japanese Courses
Japanese Writing Skills Ⅰ Japanese Writing Skills Ⅱ
Information Courses
Computer Literacy
Applied Computer Literacy Ⅰ
Applied Computer Literacy Ⅱ
Computer Hardware Basics
Computer Software Basics
Foreign
Languages
English
General English Ⅰ
General English Ⅱ
General English Ⅲ
General English Ⅳ
German
German Ⅰ
German Ⅱ
German Ⅲ
German Ⅳ
French
French Ⅰ
French Ⅱ
French Ⅲ
French Ⅳ
Chinese
Chinese Ⅰ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean
Korean Ⅰ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Korean Ⅳ
English
English and Culture
Overseas Studies(English)
Advanced English Ⅰ
Advanced English Ⅱ
Foreign Language Seminar(English)
German
German and Culture
Overseas Studies(German)
Advanced German Ⅰ
Advanced German Ⅱ
Foreign Language Seminar(German)
French
French and Culture
Overseas Studies (French)
Advanced French Ⅰ
Advanced French Ⅱ
Foreign Language Seminar(French)
Chinese
Chinese and Culture
Overseas Studies(Chinese)
Advanced Chinese Ⅰ
Advanced Chinese Ⅱ
Foreign Language Seminar(Chinese)
Korean
Korean and Culture
Overseas Studies(Korean)
Advanced Korean Ⅰ
Advanced Korean Ⅱ
Foreign Language Seminar(Korean)

※General English Ⅰ to Ⅳ aren't offered by the Department of English.
※Occupation and Life Ⅰ to Ⅱ aren't offered by the Department of Social Policy or the Department of Social Work.

 

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