Department of Social Informatics

Our aim is to develop an information-centered society based on integration of the humanities and sciences.

Today's society is called an advanced information society, and in order to accomplish anything in such a society, it is a great advantage to be familiar with both the humanities and sciences rather than just one or the other. In order for students to acquire knowledge of both, we provide a well-balanced education on both knowledge and skills. Knowledge is divided into three areas: the social sciences, the integration of humans and society, and information science. We also nurture students' capabilities in four areas that are indispensable in modern society: mathematical education, logical thinking, advanced application of information, and rich communication ability. From the third year, students choose one of several course models that help them devise their plan for the future, and then take courses according to those guidelines. By doing so, students are then able to conduct empirical studies about society and information based on a practical visualization of society and work. We also provide detailed instructions, and we offer an enhanced support system that includes training programs for students to make effective presentations of knowledge and skills gained through their learning experience, as well as supplementary courses for enhancing their mathematical skills.

Campus of Attendance

First Year to Fourth Year :


Lists foreign language subjects and specialized subjects

Required Credits for Graduation / 124 Credits
Foreign Language Subjects and Specialized Subjects
The Aoyama Standard Subjects
1st - 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.