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Research in the Faculty of Liberal Arts does not focus solely on letters, but includes a wide range of studies in fields such as history and behavioral psychology. Study in the faculty also includes novel, interdisciplinary approaches that cross over multiple fields, such as the humanities and sociology. Contemporary issues are examined through contexts of space and time, considering both classical and modern views with a broad perspective for the empowerment and education of students.
One distinguishing feature of Teikyo University is the flexibility given to its students to study in fields of their interest outside of their faculty or department. Many of the classes offered in the Faculties of Economics, Law, Liberal Arts, Language Studies, and Education as well as the Junior College at the Hachioji Campus may be taken by any student as an elective course, and up to 34 credits acquired in this way can be applied to graduation requirements.
A lecture for learning the unique qualities of Japanese culture through film
Media contents creation practice
The Department of Psychology is equipped with a monitoring room.
A variety of topics concerning Japan's culture are covered starting at an introductory level, including philosophy, literature, society, film, religion, and public discourse. The Department of Japanese Cultures is known for its uniquely-structured classes that deeply pursue the eternal question of "What makes Japanese people Japanese?"
Students can choose from among 6 courses to match their interests: Japanese History, Eastern History, Western History, Geology, Anthropology, and Art History and Cultural Heritage. Each course features its own lectures, classes, practical work, and readings that combine to provide in-depth, specialized study in each field. Unique courses that cover topics such as histories of regional cultures, ancient literature, the history of art, women's history, and history of the family address modern needs for historical studies.
Students will acquire the fundamental theories and research methods required to analyze and understand societies, cultures, and peoples. They will learn to identify specific social issues facing modern society as well as the specialized knowledge required to find solutions for them. Through a broad range of practical learning and career education courses, students will develop and improve their practical social and professional skills.
After study in the fundamentals of psychology, students choose a course of specialization from their third year onwards. A full complement of laboratories and facilities, including a monitoring room for observing behavioral development, provide valuable learning opportunities.
This course looks at how people obtain information (sensory and cognitive) about their external environment, which then informs their behavior, and how experiences modify behaviors (through learning and memory).
This course considers the various phases of people's lives, researching the developmental aspects of behavior and cognition, socialization processes, and the possibilities of educational and supportive approaches.
[Social Psychology Course]
In this course, comprehensive research considers social behavior from the micro-level (such as interpersonal attraction and attitudes) to the macro-level (such as crowd behavior and consumption behavior).