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Department of English

 

Department of English

This department focuses on teaching "living English" and fostering a sense of international consciousness among students. With this as a start, students become grounded in the basics of reading, writing, listening and speaking English, and then progress to understanding and independently using English in a unique curriculum that includes lectures by native speakers as well as extensive use of DVDs and computers.
This department aims to provide personally tailored instruction based on the level of English ability and understanding of individual students in small-group lessons. To this end, we have made online course materials available so that students can also access them at home, established a writing lab, founded an international tutor system for Oral English classes, and developed a program of English lunches with English language instructors in which participants are not allowed to speak Japanese. In Study Skills, the instructors give academic advice and provide counseling on future career options.
The department supports students who would like to transfer to four-year colleges and universities in Japan as well as students who wish to study abroad. Moreover, new classes such as Introduction to Hospitality, Hospitality and Tourism, and Internship were introduced. These classes help students to prepare for future job opportunities, not only in the airline, hotel, and tourism industries, but also in a variety of other businesses. We encourage our students to use English in their future workplaces within the global community.

 

Departmental Classes
General Edcation Classes

 

Compulsory
Classes
Pronunciation Ⅰ
Pronunciation Ⅱ
Listening Skills Ⅰ
Listening Skills Ⅱ
Oral English Ⅰ
Oral English Ⅱ
Oral English Ⅲ
Oral English Ⅳ
English Composition Ⅰ
English Composition Ⅱ
Reading Skills Ⅰ
Reading Skills Ⅱ
Vocabulary Building Ⅰ
Vocabulary Building Ⅱ
English Grammar Ⅰ
English Grammar Ⅱ
Study Skills Ⅰ
Study Skills Ⅱ
Study Skills Ⅲ
Study Skills Ⅳ
Assembly Ⅰ
Assembly Ⅱ
Elective Classes
English and American Culture Studies Ⅰ
English and American Culture Studies Ⅱ
British & American Literature Ⅰ
British & American Literature Ⅱ
Business English Ⅰ
Business English Ⅱ
Communication Skills
Listening Skills Ⅲ
Listening Skills Ⅳ
Modern Japanese
English Linguistics Ⅰ
English Linguistics Ⅱ
Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
Short-term Study Abroad A
Short-term Study Abroad BⅠ
Short-term Study Abroad BⅡ
Overseas Studies
Interpretation Ⅰ
Interpretation Ⅱ
Interpretation Ⅲ
Contrastive Linguistics Cultures Ⅰ
Contrastive Linguistics Cultures Ⅱ
English Skills Practicum Ⅰ
English Skills Practicum Ⅱ
English Skills Practicum Ⅲ
Women & Culture Ⅰ
Women & Culture Ⅱ
Translation Seminar Ⅰ
Translation Seminar Ⅱ
Comparative Culture Ⅰ
Comparative Culture Ⅱ
Presentation/Discussion Ⅰ
Presentation/Discussion Ⅱ
Hospitality and Tourism
Internship
Global Internship A
Global Internship B
Introduction to Hospitality
Elective
Compulsory
Classes
English Bible Ⅰ
English Bible Ⅱ
Extensive Reading Ⅰ
Extensive Reading Ⅱ
Computer Literacy
Applied Computer Literacy
Geography Ⅰ
Geography Ⅱ
History Ⅰ
History Ⅱ
Psychology Ⅰ
Psychology Ⅱ
Sociology Ⅰ
Sociology Ⅱ
Intercultural Communication Ⅰ
Intercultural Communication Ⅱ
Life Science Ⅰ
Life Science Ⅱ
Anthropology Ⅰ
Anthropology Ⅱ
World Music Ⅰ
World Music Ⅱ
Introduction to Sports Theory
Ainu and Maori Studies
Perspectives in Literature Ⅰ
Perspectives in Literature Ⅱ
International Business

Basic Liberal
Arts Classes
Law
Introduction to Economics Ⅰ
Introduction to Economics Ⅱ
Sociology Ⅰ
Sociology Ⅱ
Psychology Ⅰ
Psychology Ⅱ
Introduction to Natural Science
Theory of Gender
Biology
Health Science
Environmental Science
Music & Culture
Art & Culture
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Mathematics
Foreign Language
Classes
General English Ⅰ
General English Ⅱ
General English Ⅲ
General English Ⅳ
General English Ⅴ
General English Ⅵ
General English Ⅶ
General English Ⅷ
German Ⅰ
German Ⅱ
German Ⅲ
German Ⅳ
※General English Ⅰ to Ⅷ are offered only by the Department of Life and Creative Sciences.
French Ⅰ
French Ⅱ
French Ⅲ
French Ⅳ
Hangul Ⅰ
Hangul Ⅱ
Hangul Ⅲ
Hangul Ⅳ
Chinese Ⅰ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Chinese Ⅳ
Physical Education
Classes
Sports Ⅰ Sports Ⅱ
Christianity
Classes
Christianity Ⅰ Christianity Ⅱ

 

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