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We hope to nurture students who can face various historical and social issues honestly, and scientifically understand and solve these issues with a multiplex approach drawing on psychology, life, society, and welfare. Students will learn the necessary skills to play an active role in society, developing the capabilities to articulate assertively, a rich communication ability, and the ability to solve issues practically, analytically, and subjectively.
■ A curriculum supporting the cultivation of certified public psychologists.
A new national qualification for psychology workers, “Certified Public Psychologists” will support people’s emotional wellbeing by applying specialized knowledge and skills of psychology, beginning with psychotherapy and psychological tests.
■ Pursue a career as a Clinical Psychologist or Speech Therapist (ST).
Our Graduate School of Human and Social Studies is recognized as a Clinical Psychology Type-1 Designated Graduate School. Upon completion of our Master’s in Human Studies Clinical Psychology Course students will qualify for the examination to become a Clinical Psychologist.
Students can also choose to continue on to further education at our graduate school with the Master's in Speech Therapy Postgraduate Speech Therapy Course, leading to clinical, research, and educational employment in the field of speech therapy.
■ Study the latest examples of Social Welfare.
Japan is an aging population, and it is said that 1 in 4 people are over the age of 65 years. We will nurture students to gain qualifications and practical specialized knowledge and techniques to become Social Workers who work in the field in social welfare and are active players in a cohesive society.
Professor Takako Konishi, Dean of the Faculty of Human Sciences and Head of the Clinical Psychology Center.
Courses incorporate lots of practical learning, not just classroom lectures.
Preparing students to serve as social workers recognized in the international society.
In the Department of Human Sciences, students will study from a broad area including psychology and clinical psychology, industrial sociology, life and health sciences, and mental health and welfare to gain a deep understanding of humankind from a scientific and comprehensive viewpoint. Graduates will demonstrate communication skills and a sense of hospitality to enable them to play an active role in society. Students will be equipped with rich communication skills and the ability to articulate assertively, as well as the power to address and scientifically and multilaterally analyze the issues confronting them.
■ Examples of future career prospects
Graduates can expect to be active in a variety of positions, including work as Clinical Psychologists, Speech Therapists (ST), employees in human resource sections, and counselors.
The Department of Social Welfare prepares students to become Social Workers. Under a faculty from a wide-range of areas, students will study the Japanese social security system and welfare policy including senior citizen’s welfare, welfare of persons with disabilities, child and family welfare, and community welfare. Practical style lectures and practical learning, especially in welfare facilities and hospitals, are special features of our course. In addition, we will study health and medical services, and the organization and management of Japan's welfare services in a rapidly aging society.
■ Examples of future career prospects
Social Workers, NPOs, welfare related firms and organizations, etc.