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The ability to carve out a path to the next era depends upon the ability to create culture and art. In today's world, the type of people who are sought are those who understand art and culture, and who can strategically produce and manage these fields. In this school, students study various social science courses, such as cultural policy and management (policy management area), which affect workplaces in the of culture and art fields; various courses for a comprehensive understanding of art/culture and society (cultural area); and various courses on thought and information (perspective area), which form the backbone of the program. At the same time, students obtain a feel for actual workplaces, mainly through the Aoyama Community Laboratory (ACL). Empirical knowledge gained does not end there; rather, students position themselves in three academic fields and further obtain the ability to apply them with deep insight. This is what makes our school unique. Furthermore, in order to help students determine their future careers, we have established three courses that act as navigational models for choosing which courses to take afterward. We have also enhanced our own English education program to incorporate a global perspective.
First Year to Fourth Year :
Lists unique specialized universal subjects and course subjects
3rd and 4th year
School-wide universal education system where experts in wide-ranging academic fields transcending the framework of colleges/schools and departments stimulate interest in learning and provide guidance.
English Communication (I) and (II), English Proficiency (I) and (II)
Understanding Japan in English (Culture), Understanding Japan in English (History), Understanding Japan in English (Economy), Understanding Japan in English (Art)
Students can freely select from Specialized Subjects within their own School, Aoyama Standard Subjects, as well as subjects offered by other colleges.