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Dành cho các bạn đang có dự định du học trường Nihon University. JAPAN STUDY SUPPORT là trang thông tin về du học Nhật Bản dành cho du học sinh nước ngoài, được đồng vận hành bởi Hiệp hội Asia Gakusei Bunka và Công ty cổ phần Benesse Corporation. Trang này đăng các thông tinLiterature and Social ScienceshoặcLawhoặcEconomicshoặcCommercehoặcArthoặcInternational RelationshoặcScience and TechnologyhoặcIndustrial TechnologyhoặcEngineeringhoặcMedicinehoặcDentistryhoặcDentistry at MatsudohoặcVeterinary MedicinehoặcPharmacyhoặcIntegrated Basic ScienceshoặcBioresource ScienceshoặcLaw SchoolhoặcJournalism and Media của Nihon University cũng như thông tin chi tiết về từng khoa nghiên cứu, nên nếu bạn đang tìm hiểu thông tin du học liên quan tới Nihon University thì hãy sứ dụng trang này.Ngoài ra còn có cả thông tin của khoảng 1.300 trường đại học, cao học, trường đại học ngắn hạn, trường chuyên môn đang tiếp nhận du học sinh.
April 2020 will see the inception of the Introductory Program in Teaching Japanese, designed for students interested in teaching Japanese either in Japan or abroad.
In order to meet the demands of a diversifying, globalizing world, the Introductory Program in Teaching Japanese will begin offering classes in April 2020 at Nihon University’s Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences. The program will feature both Basic Courses and Applied Courses, welcoming students in the humanities, and social or natural sciences who wish to acquire knowledge and skills in Japanese teaching while deepening their own specialist knowledge, as well as students who aim to become fully-fledged Japanese teachers. Students who complete a predetermined number of credits from a designated course unit will receive a certificate of completion from the Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences. Additionally, a faculty member specializing in Japanese teaching will serve as a supervisor for those students who wish to write a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation related to some aspect of Japanese language education.
The Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences offers two-year Master’s degree programs in nine different disciplines, and three-year Doctoral study programs in ten different disciplines. Linking the best scholarly traditions with the newest research developments, the Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences provides both creative and practical curricula incorporating theoretical studies, empirical research, front-line experiments, and hands-on practices. The overall aim is to train both future generations of researchers and professionals to be capable of utilizing academic knowledge through an education that blends interdisciplinary liberal arts with specialized training, the ability to make advanced academic connections, and the ability to tailor that academic training to an increasingly diversifying world.
Through contemplating and analyzing and the nature of knowledge and existence, philosophy searches for the meaning of life and how best to live it. Philosophy also includes aesthetics, which studies the essence of beauty and what constitutes art, and religious studies, which focuses on metaphysics. Working within the four main disciplines of philosophy, the graduate program curriculum allows inquiries and analyses that respond to students’ diverse interests in the problems and concerns of life.
There are three graduate programs in history: The Master’s Program in History, the Doctoral Program in Japanese History, and the Doctoral Program in Foreign History. Overall, these programs aim to educate students to contribute to society with a rich academic knowledge of history. Through a range of lectures and practicums, students have the opportunity to study a wide range of periods and regions. Faculty research specializations include the ancient, medieval, recent and modern histories of Japan, premodern and contemporary histories of East Asia, premodern and contemporary histories of the Occident, the history of Eastern Europe and Russia, the history of Islam, archaeology in Japanese and Asian sites, and studies of Japanese cultural properties.
Japanese Language and Literature provides students the opportunity to study ancient to modern Japanese literature, as well as all aspects of research related to the Japanese language, in a curriculum that features empirical research activities based on the latest theories.
The graduate program in Chinese Studies spans the ancient to modern era in its focus on language, literature, art, thought, history, and society in China and Chinese-speaking regions. More specifically, students study fundamental background knowledge and carry out research in classical and modern Chinese language, classical and modern Chinese literature, ancient and modern Chinese thought, and classical and modern Chinese history and society.
The graduate program in English Language and Literature, through inquiry into British and American literature and English language studies, deepens specialist knowledge, research techniques, and abilities required for the study of language and culture. Courses in British and American literature focus on Anglophone literary works from Shakespeare to the present. Courses in English language studies focus on both theoretical and abstract analyses, and on research inquiries into more specific empirical examples.
With research into German literature, language, and culture at its core, the graduate program in German features a wide range of interdisciplinary courses and research opportunities ranging from medieval to contemporary literature, comprehensive linguistic inquiries into the German language, along with research into fine arts, media and cultural studies. The program has also established German language pedagogy courses designed to train German language teachers as part of its commitment to produce research specialists equipped with strong German language ability, and the flexibility to make good judgement as citizens, German teachers, or researchers.
The Master’s in Sociology program focuses on deepening understanding of sociological theories and methodologies, analyzing and elucidating current sociological phenomena, and widening students’ views and expert knowledge. In an academic environment that focuses on theory, empirical proof, and application, faculty instructors and advisers are committed to caring and rigorous supervision and communication, and to leading students to fulfilling their research goals.
As social welfare needs increase in depth and complexity in today’s society, there is also a need for experts with the requisite knowledge and skills to analyze and seek solutions to these problems. The graduate program in social welfare provides this level of expert knowledge, ability, and technical skill, preparing students to work with national and regional social welfare agencies, private institutions, NPOs and NGOs, hospitals, and health care facilities, with an understanding of how to contribute to the core functions of these various types of organizations.
Graduate study in education can be pursued in two separate departments, education and physical education. Both programs offer students the opportunity to acquire expert and practical knowledge, as well as technical skill, and to deepen their insights as researchers and teachers who aspire to contribute to society. As academic disciplines, both education and physical education focus on equipping researchers with strong fundamental research abilities and specialized knowledge.
Graduate study of psychology is based on four main pillars: acquiring expert knowledge, putting research into practice, disseminating research findings, and acquiring an official qualification as a certified public psychologist. The graduate program in psychology aims to equip students to use this training to make scholarly contributions to the development of the discipline. The program proceeds from studies of basic to applied knowledge through a wide spectrum of lectures.
The Clinical Psychology program proceeds through a systematic curriculum of academic tasks, and through supervision based on balancing research into and practice of clinical psychology. The program is based on the fundamentals of psychology, and features a balance of clinical pathology, research, and education, with the objective of training clinical psychologists.