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Introductory subjects group

Introductory subjects group is aimed at acquiring fundamental and introductory knowledge and ability indispensable for formation of scholarship in the 4 fields; "humanities", "social sciences", "natural sciences", and "health sciences", and thus preparing for studying specialized fields. It also aims at acquiring knowledge and learning ways of thinking in areas and fields that are different from own specialized area, in order to obtain multifaceted perspectives.

<Humanities field><Natural sciences field>
Introductory subjects mainly in culture, history, philosophy, sociology, pedagogy, and psychology Introductory subjects mainly in science and engineering fields
<Social sciences field><Health sciences field>
Introductory subjects mainly in law, political science, economics, and management

Introductory subjects mainly in nursing science, physiotherapy, work therapy, and radioactivity

Highlights from the class

[ Natural sciences field ] Theory of architectural culture

Lecture on architecture as cultural product produced by humans, and city as assembly of such architecture, on the themes of; 1) issues of modern urban space where automobiles are rampant, 2) principle and history of building construction and earthquake-resistant design, and 3) tradition of occidental architecture, and design and trends in modern architecture.

[ Health sciences field ] Introduction to theory of health and medical care

Lecture on basics of collaboration among specialists and practice of cooperation as a measure to meet multiple issues of modern society, while leaning basics in the fields of health, medical care, and welfare. Through learning these basics of collaboration and practice of cooperation, students can foster way of thinking that will lead to coordinative management across various specialties, including other fields of engineering, management, and education.

List of subjects

Humanities fieldSocial sciences fieldNatural sciences fieldHealth sciences field
Study of social survey
Sociology A
Sociology B
Cultural anthropology A
Cultural anthropology B
Study of social welfare
Basics of psychology
Psychological methodology
Schools and labor society
Reviewing "educational issues"
Philosophy A, Philosophy B
Ethics A, Ethics B
Logic A, Logic B
Humans, culture, and society
Introduction to civil law, Introduction to criminal law
Introduction to study of law
Introduction to political theory, Introduction to modern politics
Basic macroeconomics
Basic microeconomics
Introduction to economic history and thought
Introduction to business administration, Introduction to accounting
Introduction to finance
Statistics I, Statistics II
Historical context of urban problems
Introduction to design management
Accounting system and society
Service marketing
Science of investment
History of mathematics
Theory of calculation
Sets and logical thinking
Probability statistics as modern culture
Culture of architecture
Environment and architecture
Urban space and humans
Information network technology supporting urban life
Aircraft dynamics and paper planes
Theory of information society system
Introduction to management engineering
Transportation design
Origin and health of humans
Study of human development
Medical statistics
Human transfer engineering
Medical care and information
Introduction to health and medical care
Introduction to rehabilitation
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