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MENU - ACADEMIC --> --> ACADEMIC IPJS (International Program for Japan Studies) Academic Programs in English Undergraduate Programs Aoyama Standard College of Literature Department of English Department of French Language and Literature Department of Japanese Language and Literature Department of History Department of Comparative Arts College of Education, Psychology and Human Studies Department of Education Department of Psychology College of Economics English Education Faculty Introduction Department of Economics Department of Public and Regional Economics Faculty of Law Department of Law Department of Human Rights School of Business Department of Business Administration Department of Marketing School of International Politics, Economics and Communication Department of International Politics Department of International Economics Department of International Communication School of Cultural and Creative Studies Department of Cultural and Creative Studies College of Science and Engineering Department of Physics and Mathematics Department of Physical Sciences Department of Mathematical Sciences Department of Chemistry and Biological Science Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics Department of Mechanical Engineering Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Department of Integrated Information Technology School of Social Informatics Department of Social Informatics School of Global Studies and Collaboration About GSC Exchange Student Program Program Detail Application Student Activity Student Voice Student Life College of Community Studies Department of Community Studies Graduate Programs Graduate School of Literature Graduate School of Education, Psychology and Human Studies Graduate School of Economics Graduate School of Law Graduate School of Business Graduate School of International Politics, Economics and Communication Graduate School of Cultural and Creative Studies Graduate School of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Social Informatics Professional Graduate Schools Graduate School of International Management Law School Graduate School of Professional Accountancy Academic Programs in English Introduction Curriculum Our graduates serve as human resources who have the abilities needed to engage and solve local problems both as specialists and as members of the local community; are equipped with specialist knowledge and experience that enable the fostering of such abilities, which will be vital to future community building; and possess the practical knowledge required of them in the workplace. Our five educational programs which foster human resources capable of undertaking vitalization efforts in local society, as well as our collaborations with municipal governments, NPOs and various facilities throughout the nation, provide opportunities for students to work with and experience the efforts of people who develop communities and community activities, and thus foster, through a hands-on community learning approach, the skills needed to develop regional vitalization plans and measures. This approach cultivates new types of people who are capable of closely connecting their community lives and work-related lives in order to make direct contributions to the vitalization of local society. Campus of Attendance First Year to Fourth Year : Sagamihara Campus Website of College of Community Studies (Japanese Only) Curriculum The list of major subjects of respective program Required Credits for Graduation / 124 Credits Specialized Subjects (Required Elective) Aoyama Standard Subjects Foreign Language Required Subjects Free Elective Subjects Specialized Subjects (Required Elective) Category Subjects Child / youth activity support program 1st &#8211; 4th year Assistance to Children&#8217;s Activities Assistance to Young Adult&#8217;s Activities Growth of Children in Local Community Development and Health of Children Psychology of Children 2nd and 4th year Assistance for Mentors in Early Child Education Community Facilities Supporting Young Adult&#8217;s Activities Reading Assistance for Children and Young Adults Community Bodies Supporting Young Adult&#8217;s Activities 3rd and 4th year Child Poverty and Social Care Free School Activities Administrative Support for Development of the Future Generation Experiential Activities for Children Experiential Activities on Nature for Young Adults Experiential Activities on Art and Culture for Young Adults Home-Welfare for Children Sports Activities for Young Adults Women&#8217;s activity support program 1st &#8211; 4th year Assistance for Women&#8217;s Activities Educational System for Women Career Education for Women Community Organization Supporting Women&#8217;s Learning Assistance for Home Education 2nd and 4th year Psychology of Women Study of Work-Life Balance Family and Child-Care in Local Community Gender Issues in Local Community 3rd and 4th year Activities of Parent-Teacher Association Women&#8217;s Social Activities Law and Citizens Women and Christianity Women and Social Movement Women and Political Participation Women and Labor Women in Texts and Descriptions Community activity support program 1st &#8211; 4th year Assistance for Local Community Activities Welfare in Local Community Promotion of Life-Long Learning in Local Community Planning of Social Education in Local Community I Planning of Social Education in Local Community II 2nd and 4th year Sociology on Educational Profession in Local Community Library Activities in Local Community Museum Activities in Local Community Education on Local Community Welfare 3rd and 4th year Study on Non-Profit Organization Welfare for the Disabled in Local Community Welfare for the Elderly in Local Community Psychology of the Elderly Psychology of the Disabled Study on Volunteer Activities Management of Sports Activities in Local Community Study on Instruction of Sports Activities Community resource inheritance program 1st &#8211; 4th year Succession of Culture and Heritage in Local Community Succession of Information and Materials in Local Community Generation of Local Cultural Resources Facilities for Succession of Information and Materials in Local Community Facilities for Succession of Culture and Heritage in Local Community 2nd and 4th year Study on Local Community Archives Introduction to Local Information Resources Introduction to Local Cultural Resources Collection Development of Local Information and Materials 3rd and 4th year Searching of Local Information Resources Handling of Local Cultural Resources Publishing and Information Distribution in Local Community Preservation of Local Cultural Resources Study on Digital Archive Study on Volunteer Activities Development of Local Community Archives I Development of Local Community Archives II Community creation planning program 1st &#8211; 4th year Planning and Creation of Local Community Systems of Education and Culture in Local Authorities History of Policies on Education and Culture in Local Authorities Social Science and Local Community Development of Local Community and Learning Ability of Citizens 2nd and 4th year Study on Local Community Symbiosis Economic System in Local Community Culture of Minority Groups Sociology on Education and Local Community 3rd and 4th year Comparative Education in Local Community Library Management in Local Community Museum Management in Local Community Philosophy of Normalization The Disadvantaged in Economic System Study on Development of Citizenship Cross-Cultural Symbiosis in Local Community Symbiosis of Natural Environment in Local Community The Aoyama Standard Subjects 1st - 4th year : School-wide universal education system where experts in wide-ranging academic fields transcending the framework of colleges/schools and departments stimulate interest in learning and provide guidance. The Aoyama Standard Foreign Language Required Subjects 1st year : English Reading I and II, English Communication I and II 2nd year : English Reading III and IV, English Communication III and IV 3rd year : English Reading V, English Communication V Free Elective Subjects 1st - 4th year : Students can freely select from Specialized Subjects within their own School, Aoyama Standard Subjects, as well as subjects offered by other colleges. THE SALT OF THE EARTH, THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD ABOUT AGU WHY AGU? 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