Faculty of Modern Social Studies
Starting with the basics, students gain a better understanding of themselves and others.
Students study the structure and characteristics of tourism, and explore the value of tourism and the business possibilities.
Students do not learn fashion as a mode, but instead learn the fashion as a business.
Starting with the basics, students are guided through mastery of important skills to be active in the IT field.
Students learn every aspect of business management, from the application of basic corporate management to a comprehensive knowledge of management skills.
Faculty of Cultural and Historical Studies
The major covers medieval history, early modern history, and modern history. It also includes substantial field work.
Extensively study the multifaceted history of the East and West, while learning the logic of the pursuit of "historical facts".
Students research and analyze large and small "regions" and "space" from multiple perspectives.
The major pursues in-depth knowledge about the Japan ancient history, and research activities. Students seek to track the changes of the human race.
Learn the complexities of international relations in historical, global, and national contexts.
English is a global language. Our program starts with the basics of practical communication.
Students explore the interconnections, unique points, and continuing relevance of Japanese and Asian culture.
Develop diverse perspectives through multicultural studies, and make global connections!
Compare literature, art, or other cultural products in the past and present, in the world and Japan, as a way to explore culture.
Beginning with the basic technologies of confectionery, students also learn the history and culture of confectionery and pasty arts as well as management skills.
Faculty of Media and Arts
Learn the basics of all artistic genres to pursue the field that interests each student the most.
Under the guidance of professional artists, students pursue the potential in the manga form.
Students learn all videography skills, from animation to stock video making. Students learn the necessary production and editing technologies to create any kind of film.
Students study architecture and interior design from cultural, artistic, and technical disciplines.
Learn use of the information media and gain the power to survive in an increasingly digitalized society.
Students acquire expertise in both the theory and practice of publishing, printing and bookbinding.
Students learn how to represent their art on video as well as on the stage in a theatrical performance.