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In order to have students at AGU acquire basic knowledge and methodology, all students learn together, superseding school or departmental boundaries. Students learn by questioning what truly necessary education is in order to live life fully as an individual and strongly.
The Aoyama Standard is a common curriculum for the education of all students, which was developed under a new perspective by the faculty members of all schools and departments. Specialized faculty members from various disciplines teach students directly, superseding school and departmental boundaries.
By acquiring learning skills through a unique curriculum, the fundamental abilities of students for learning their own fields of specialty are nurtured, regardless of what school or department they belong to. Furthermore, these abilities are also helpful to students after they graduate when they work to solve various issues in the workplace.
Students will come into contact with Christianity, the foundation of the school, and with the culture of humanity, society, nature and history, which supports us at the core, and will nurture their fundamental skills.
Students come into contact with Christianity, the founding spirit of the school, and nurture spiritually rich world views and religious views.
Students come close to the essence of the existence of humanity through culture, art and methods of thought created by humanity.
How should we respond to societal issues? We delve into how you would think, and what action you would take.
Students learn the mechanisms of various natural phenomena, while maintaining an awareness of the relationship between nature, humanity and society.
Students deepen their understanding of the history of humanity and civilization, while linking such to themselves as beings living in the present.
During their first year, students will master the "learning skills" absolutely necessary for continuing studies at university.
It provides learning and skills from various disciplines that are useful for further studies at university and for enhancing the quality of life for the future.