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                                        Contents

           The Founder's Vision    1                   GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
            President's Message    2                                    Literature        42

                    Chronology     4                                    Sociology         46

International Partner University   5                                         Law          47

            Organization Chart     6                      Business Administration         49

         Administrative Bureau     7                                  Engineering         51

         Undergraduate School      8                                   Economics          54

 Graduate School & Law School      9                Regional Development Studies          56

                                                                     Life Sciences        58

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL OF                                    Welfare Society Design         59

                     Literature    11                Interdisciplinary New Science        61

                     Economics     16

       Business Administration     18                          LAW SCHOOL

                           Law     21                                 Law School          62

                      Sociology    23

                    Engineering    26                         Campus & Location           63

  Regional Development Studies     33                                Campus Map           64

                   Life Sciences   36                         Academic Calendar           66

            Human Life Design      38          University Library & Seminar House         68
                                                                               The Founder's Vision



                                     The Founder's Vision



                                 " The basis of all learning
                                    lies in philosophy. "


  The importance of philosophy emphasized by its
founder, Dr. Enryo Inoue, expresses the basic spirit
of Toyo University. The importance he attached to
philosophy is well demonstrated in the following
excerpt from an essay he wrote in 1887.
  " When one looks over the academic world in our
society, one easily finds that philosophy occupies
only a portion of it, while most of it is dominated
by science, engineering, literature, history, law,
political science and so on. However, if one looks
into the roots of academic society, one realizes it is
                                                                 Dr. Enryo lnoue (1858_1919)
philosophy that forms the basis of every science,                  Founder of Toyo University
categorizes it and sets it in its place. "

                                                         " Philosophy, which is usually pursued
                                                         through theory and practice, is in short a
                                                         science of theory. Philosophy is a science
                                                         which investigates the laws of ideas and the
                                                         principles of things. "




                                                           RINSHO-lN TempIe (left) where the Tetsugaku-
                                                         kan, the predecessor of Toyo University, was
                                                         founded.

                                                           During the Meiji period, Dr. Enryo Inoue made
                                                         lecture trips to each city, town and village in
                                                         Japan, and contributed to open door for new
                                                         education for Japan.




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       President's Message



                                   President's Message

             The “Tetsugakukan” (Academy of Philosophy), the
predecessor of the present Toyo University, was founded by Dr.
Enryo Inoue in 1887. At the Tetsugakukan in the early stage of
modernization of Japanese society in Meiji era (1868-1912), Dr.
Inoue intended to give lectures to the general public to open their
mind toward the rational way of thinking that might change old
traditional but irrational ways of thinking among the public. Dr.
Inoue taught lectures of “Philosophy” with a very broad perspec-
tive of the fundamental principles that would govern every socio-
logical and natural phenomenon. In 1906, the Tetsugakukan
changed its name to “Private Toyo University” and in 1949
changed the name again simply to present “Toyo University.”
             Toyo University, at its inception, was popular with the
public as a small but specialized school in Oriental Philosophy and
Liberal Arts, but it has now become a large-scale general universi-
ty consisting of nine Undergraduate Schools: Literature and
Liberal Arts, Economics, Business Administration, Law, Sociology, Engineering, Regional
Development Studies, Life Sciences and Human Life Design, with nine relevant Graduate Schools
and a Law School. From April 2007, a new doctoral program of Bio-Nano Science Fusion Course in
the newly organized Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science was inaugurated as a bridging
institution between master programs of two graduate schools of Engineering and Life Sciences.
             In total there are 43 Departments in the Undergraduate Schools and 26 master and 22
doctoral programs in the Graduate Schools and they have presently 26,439 undergraduate students
and 952 graduate students. In April 2004, Toyo University opened a Law School with 127 students. It
is presently small but expected to be an important functional member of the University.
             Regarding the recent development of Toyo University, it is an honor to state that one of
the COE (Center of Excellence) programs nominated by the Ministry of Education, Japanese
Government (MEXT), has developed since 2003 in Kawagoe Campus. The title of the program is
“Fusion of Extremophiles and Nanotechnologies” and the program is headed by Dr. Professor Toru
Maekawa, Department of Engineering. It is also a great honor that Sir Harold W. Kroto, PhD, Novel
Prize Laureate, has joined the program as one of its key research members.
             In the fields of humanities and social sciences, since 2004, Toyo University has organ-
ized joint researches on a university-wide project toward the theme of the establishment and dissemi-
nation of “Harmonious Coexistence Study.” The research group, headed by Professor Makio
Takemura, sets the research of “sustainability” as one of its major themes, invoking academic
methodologies that attempt to comprehensively confront issues of “harmonious coexistence
(Kyosei)” in the manifold areas of modern society, such as issues of religious, political and ethnic
conflict; the problems of winners and losers in a competitive society, those of perpetrators and vic-
tims; the old and the young; human and nature, and the problem of intergenerational inheritance of
benefits and adjustment of conflicting interests involving humans and their environment. In turn, the
results of the research are then disseminated to the world with the aim of opening the way to the
next-generation global society.
             In April 2006, a new research group of “Transdisciplinary Initiative for Eco-Philosophy,
Toyo University (TIEPh)” was organized by some members of the above mentioned group of


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“Harmonious Coexistence Study” under the support of IR3S activity initiated by the University of
Tokyo and four other national universities (http://www.ir3s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/top.html). The details of
activities of TIEPh are explained in their news letter and home page.
              Including the above programs, twelve research projects, which are partly supported by
the Ministry of Education in the different schemes of competitive grants especially for private univer-
sities, have been running for these years. The names of the projects and main organizing bodies are
listed as follows:

1) Plant Regulation Research Center          <Academic Year 2003-2007>
    http://lsgs.itakura.toyo.ac.jp/Prrc/Botany.html
2) 21st Century Human Interaction Research Center         <Academic Year 2003-2007>
    http://hirc21.soc.toyo.ac.jp/
3) Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre          <Academic Year 2003-2007>
    http://nls.cse.eng.toyo.ac.jp/nls/bionano/COEtop.htm
4) Sensor Photonics Research Center          <Academic Year 2004-2008>
    http://www.eng.toyo.ac.jp/~katsumat/index.html
5) Center for Regional Industrial Symbiosis Research       <Academic Year 2004-2008>
    http://cris.eng.toyo.ac.jp/
6) Research Center for Creative Management          <Academic Year 2004-2008>
    http://www.toyo.ac.jp/rcm/eindex.html
7) Center for Computational Mechanics Research          <Academic Year 2005-2009>
    http://www.ccmr.toyo.ac.jp/
8) Center for Sustainable Development Studies         <Academic Year 2006-2008>
    http://rdgs.itakura.toyo.ac.jp/ORC%20English/english/top.html
9) Transdisciplinary Initiative for Eco-philosophy, Toyo University   <Academic Year 2006-2009>
    http://tieph.toyo.ac.jp/
10) Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre         <Academic Year 2006-2010>
    http://nls.cse.eng.toyo.ac.jp/nls/bionano/COEtop.htm
11) Symbiotic Robot Research Center          <Academic Year 2006-2010>
12) Research Center for Kyosei Philosophy         <Academic Year 2006-2010>
    http://kyosei.toyo.ac.jp/

             As one of the leading universities in Japan, Toyo University is still developing its capaci-
ty to cope with the social needs to universities both in the academic activities and in the contribution
to society. In this aspect, the international activities should be also enriched in quality and quantity.
For instance, Toyo University will promote not only international students exchange programs, but
also organize international workshops and symposiums around the world to proceed with advanced
collaborations in education and research with other universities worldwide.




                                                                   Tomonori Matsuo, Dr. Eng.
                                                                   President and Professor
                                                                   Toyo University



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        Chronology



                                                     Chronology
1887       TETSUGAKUKAN (The Academy of Philosophy) founded by Dr. Enryo Inoue.
1897       Moved to the current HAKUSAN Campus.
1906       Renamed Toyo University.
1916       The first female student admitted among private universities in Japan.
1919       Founder Dr. Enryo Inoue died in Dalian, China, at the age of 61
1924       Establishment of school song.
1928       Establishment of Toyo University approved by University Law.
1949       Shift to a New-System University.
1950       Undergraduate School of Economics and Junior College established.
1952       Graduate School established.
1956       Undergraduate School of Law established.
1959       Undergraduate School of Sociology established.
1961       Undergraduate School of Engineering established at Kawagoe Campus.
1964       Correspondence Courses established.
1966       Undergraduate School of Business Administration established.
1977       Asaka Campus completed.
1985       Agreements for Academic Collaboration signed with Fudan University, Huazhong University of Science and
           Technology, Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (China) and Université Louis Pasteur, Université Marc Bloch,
           Université Robert Schuman (France).
1987       First Centennial Anniversary of the founding celebrated.
           Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with The University of Montana (U.S.A.).
1990       INOUE ENRYO Center opened.
           Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany).
1991       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Dublin City University (Ireland).
1992       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Oregon State University (U.S.A.).
1994       Autumn-enrollment system adopted at Undergraduate School of Engineering.
           Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (Indonesia).
1995       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with University of Missouri - St. Louis (U.S.A.),
           Dongguk University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (South Korea).
1997       Undergraduate School of Regional Development Studies, and Undergraduate School of Life Sciences established at
           Itakura Campus.
           Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Central Queensland University (Australia) and Renmin
           University of China (China).
2000       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan).
2002       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with University of Social Science & Humanities,
           Vietnam National University - HCMC (Vietnam).
2003       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Daegu University (South Korea).
           Inoue Enryo Memorial Hall opened at Hakusan Campus.
2004       Agreement for membership of the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP) signed.
           Law School established.
2005       Inoue Enryo Memorial Museum opened at Hakusan Campus.
           Undergraduate School of Human Life Design established at Asaka Campus.
2006       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Dalian University of Technology (China).
2007       Agreement for Academic Collaboration signed with Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand).



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                                                                         Student Exchange   English Seminar      Chinese Seminar

     Australia          Central Queensland University
     China              Dalian University of Foreign Languages
                        Fudan University
                        Huazhong University of Science and Technology
                        Renmin University of China
                        Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade
                        Dalian University of Technology
     France             Université Louis Pasteur
                        Université Marc Bloch
                        Université Robert Schuman
     Germany            Philipps-Universität Marburg
     Indonesia          Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
     Ireland            Dublin City University
     South Korea        Dongguk University
                        Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
                        Daegu University
     Taiwan             Fujen Catholic University
     Thailand           Asian Institute of Technology
     U.S.A.             Oregon State University
                        The University of Montana
                        University of Missouri-St.Louis
     Vietnam            University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
                        Vietnam National University - HCMC



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          Organization Chart



                                               Organization Chart
                               TOYO University                Graduate School

                                                              Law School

                                                              Undergraduate School

                                                                        Literature

                                                                        Economics

                                                                        Business Administration

                                                                        Law

                                                                        Sociology

                                                                        Engineering

                                                                        Regional Development Studies

                                                                        Life Sciences

                                                                        Human Life Design
     Auditors
                                                              Center for Academic Researches Promotion
Council       Board of
              Trustees
                                                                        Transdisciplinary Intiative for Eco-Philosophy, Toyo University

                                                              Research Institutes

                                                                        Institute of Human Sciences

                                                                        Institute of Social Sciences

                                                                        Institute of Oriental Studies

                                                                        Asian Cultures Research Institute

                                                                        Institute of Regional Vitalization Studies

                                                                        Research Institute of Industrial Technology

                                                              Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre

                                                              Center for International Programs

                                                              Continuing Education Center

                                                              Inoue Enryo Memorial Museum

                                                              Library

                               Inoue Enryo Center

                               Affiliated High School         Himeji Senior High School

                                                              Ushiku Senior High School

                               Intellectual Property Office




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                                                                                         Administrative Bureau



                                              Administrative Bureau
Secretarial Office



Office for Internal Control



General Administration Office                                 General Affairs Section
                                                              Personnel Section
                                                              Public Relations Section

Facilities and Purchasing Office                              Facilities Section
                                                              Purchasing Section

Accounting Office                                             Finance Section
                                                              Accounting Section

President Office                                              President's Business Section
                                                              Research Support Section

Academic Affairs Office                                       Curricula Section for Literature
                                                              Curricula Section for Economics
                                                              Curricula Section for Business Administration
                                                              Curricula Section for Law
                                                              Curricula Section for Sociology
                                                              Teaching Course & Common Education Section
                                                              Academic Affairs Section for Graduate School

Student Affairs Office                                        Student Services Section
                                                              Sports Promotion Section

Admission Office                                              Admission Section



Career Development & Placement Center                         Career Development & Placement Section



Kawagoe Campus Office                                         General Administration Section
                                                              Academic & Student Affairs Section
                                                              Research Support Section

Asaka Campus Office                                           Administration Section



Itakura Campus Office                                         General Administration Section
                                                              Academic & Student Affairs Section
                                                              Library Administration Section

Library Administration Office                                 Library Administration Section



Electronic Information Systems Office                         Electronic Information Systems Section



International Programs Office



Extension Center Office                                       Extension Center Administration Section
                                                              Academic Affairs Section for Correspondence Courses

Assistance Office for University Evaluation




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         Undergraduate School



                                                  Undergraduate School
Undergraduate School of Literature                       Department of Philosophy

                                                         Department of Indian Philosophy

                                                         Department of Chinese Philosophy and Literature

                                                         Department of Japanese Literature and Culture

                                                         Department of English and American Literature

                                                         Department of English Communication

                                                         Department of History

                                                         Department of Education

Undergraduate School of Economics                        Department of Economics

                                                         Department of International Economics

                                                         Department of Social Economic Systems

Undergraduate School of Business Administration          Department of Business Administration

                                                         Department of Marketing

                                                         Department of Accounting and Finance

Undergraduate School of Law                              Department of Law

                                                         Department of Business Law

Undergraduate School of Sociology                        Department of Sociology

                                                         Department of Sociocultual Studies

                                                         Department of Media and Communications

                                                         Department of Social Psychology

                                                         Department of Social Welfare

Undergraduate School of Engineering                      Department of Mechanical Engineering

                                                         Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering

                                                         Department of Applied Chemistry

                                                         Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

                                                         Department of Architecture

                                                         Department of Information and Computer Sciences

                                                         Department of Computational Science and Engineering

                                                         Department of System Robotics

Undergraduate School of Regional Development Studies     Department of Regional Development Studies

                                                         Department of Tourism

Undergraduate School of Life Sciences                    Department of Life Sciences



Undergraduate School of Human Life Design                Department of Human Care and Support

                                                         Department of Health Care and Sports

                                                         Department of Human Environment Design




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                                                                                                               Graduate School & Law School



                                            Graduate School & Law School
Graduate School of Literature                                                               Philosophy
                                                                                            Buddhist Studies
             Research Center for Kyosei Philosophy
                                                                                            Japanese Literature
                                                                                            Chinese Philosophy
                                                                                            English Literature
                                                                                            History
                                                                                            Education
                                                                                            English Communication
Graduate School of Sociology                                                                Sociology
                                                                                            Social Psychology
             21st Century Human Interaction Research Center
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Graduate School of Law                                                                      Private Law
                                                                                            Public Law
Graduate School of Business Administration                                                  Business Administration
                                                                                            Business, Accounting & Finance
             Research Center for Creative Management



Graduate School of Engineering                                                              Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems
                                                                                            Biological Applied Chemistry
             Center for Regional Industrial Symbiosis Research
                                                                                            Environmental System Planning and Space Design
                                                                                            Open Information Systems
             Sensor Photonics Research Center


             Center for Computational Mechanics Research


             Symbiotic Robot Research Center



Graduate School of Economics                                                                Economics
                                                                                            Public Private Partnership
Graduate School of Regional Development Studies                                             Regional Development Studies
                                                                                            International Tourism Studies
             Center for Sustainable Development Studies



Graduate School of Life Sciences                                                            Life Sciences

             Plant Regulation Research Center



Graduate School of Welfare Society Design                                                   Social Welfare
                                                                                            Welfare-Society System
                                                                                            Human Centered Life Design


Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science                                            Bio-Nano Science Fusion Course



Law School                                                                                  Law



                                    Graduate Course is offered mainly in the evenings. Undergraduate Course has evening classes.
                                    Correspondence Course is offered.
                                    Master's Course alone is offered.
                                    Doctoral Course alone is offered.
                                    Both Master's Course and Doctoral Course are offered.
                                 As of April 1, 2007




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                                                   Department of Philosophy

                                                                       COURSES
      Introduction to Logic                                                       Monographic Lecture on Ancient Philosophy
      Preliminary Study of Philosophy                                             Monographic Lecture on Modern Philosophy
      Seminar in Philosophy     (English)                                         Monographic Lecture on Contemporary Philosophy       ,
      History of Western Philosophy                                               Latin
      Introduction to Philosophy                                                  Classical Greek
      Introduction to Ethics                                                      On Contemporary Thoughts
      Graduation Thesis                                                           Comparative Study of Thoughts
      Seminar in Philosophy     (German                                           Advanced Japanese Philosophy
      Seminar in Philosophy     (French                                           Philosophy and Science
      Philosophical Trainings Seminar                                             Applied Ethics
      Seminar in Ancient Philosophy                                               General Psychiatry
      Seminar in Modern Philosophy ,                                              Philosophy of Arts
      Seminar in Medieval and Modern Philosophy                                   Philosophy and Religious Thoughts
      Seminar in Contemporary Philosophy                                          Comparative Philosophy
      Seminar in Contemporary Thoughts                                            Advanced Seminar in Philosophy
      Seminar in The Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts




                                           Department of Indian Philosophy

                                                                    OVERVIEW
   Dr. Enryo Inoue founded Toyo University as an Academy of Philosophy . The spirit of the foundation was reorganization and systematization
of Buddhism, borrowing analytic methods of the Western humanities and sociology, and as well as, was to explain social phenomena newly
again based on the opinions of Buddhism. Our department has inherited his spirit since the foundation and is continuing to develop education
and researches. Buddhism here, refers to the whole cultural body which had been borne on the soil of the old Indian religions and thoughts
and then been widely diffused into not only the south Asian countries but also the whole Asian area including Tibet, China and Japan, and so
on. Therefore, our department should be named Department of Indian Philosophy and it is significant to study Buddhism in India, China
and Japan, along with Vedas and Upanishads, which are the core of the old Indian religions and thoughts, and with Hinduism.
   Taking widespread interests of students into consideration, our department provides two courses. In the course for the study of Indian
philosophy, students study Indian religions and thoughts mainly through reading Sanskrit and Hindi texts. In the course for the study of
Buddhism, students study Buddhism prevailed in several areas mentioned above, including Korean Peninsula and Southeast Asia.
   To understand problems between some religions from the view of global standard and comparative religious studies, we also open course
for the introductions to Christianity and Islam.
   We also have the evening course, for the recurrent education of the working members of the society, and for students who have financial
difficulties. In this course, we not only exert to offer almost the same compulsory subjects as in the day course, but also offer many elective
subjects, considering the students' convenience to get credits for graduation.

                                                                       COURSES
      History of Indian Religion A, B                                             Thoughts of Buddhism A, B
      Introduction to Buddhism A, B                                               Thoughts of Buddhism A, B
      Grammar and Reading of Sanskrit Literature A, B                             Thoughts and Culture of Buddhist Scriptures A,   B
      Approach to Studies of Indian Philosophy and Buddhism A, B                  Thoughts and Culture of Buddhist Scriptures A,   B
      Seminar on Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies                           Buddhist Classical Philosophy A, B
      Indian Classical Philosophy A, B                                            Buddhist Classical Philosophy (evening course)
      Grammar and Reading of Hindi Literature A, B                                Buddhism and Society A, B
      Graduation Thesis (Work)                                                    Indian Classical Philosophy (evening course)
      Grammar and Reading of Buddhist Chinese Scriptures A, B                     Introduction to Science of Religion A, B
      Reading Texts of Indian Philosophy or Buddhism in a Foreign Language A, B   Religion Sociology A, B
      Grammar and Reading of Classical Tibetan Scriptures A, B                    Introduction to Islam
      Grammar and Reading of Pali Scriptures A, B                                 Introduction to Christianity
      Grammar and Reading of Buddhist Sanskrit Scriptures A, B                    Japanese Ideas
      Indian Culture A, B                                                         History of Indian Buddhism A, B
      Indian Culture A, B                                                         History of Chinese Buddhism A, B
      Modern Indian Thought A, B                                                  History of Japanese Buddhism A, B
      Theory and Practice of Yoga A, B                                            History of Korean Buddhism
      Indian and Buddhist Iconography                                             History of Southeast Asian Buddhism
      Indian Literature




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                            Department of Chinese Philosophy and Literature

                                                                               COURSES
      Research Method of Chinese Philosophy                                               Physics and Human Life
      Research Method of Chinese Literature                                               Science of Energy
      Introduction to Chinese Studies                                                     Chemistry
      Seminar in Chinese Philosophy                                                       Science of Environment
      Seminar in Chinese Literature                                                       Earth Science
      Introduction of Chinese Bibliography                                                Biology
      Comprehensive Method of Chinese Documents                                           Astronomy
      Chinese Charactery Studies                                                          Introduction to Natural Science
      Outline of Chinese Cultural History                                                 Natural History
      Chinese Linguistics                                                                 Physics and Experiment
      History of Chinese Philosophy                                                       Biology and Experiment
      History of Chinese Literature                                                       Chemistry and Experiment
      History of Chinese Modern Literature                                                Earth Science and Practice
      Graduation Thesis                                                                   Mathematics and Computer
      Special Lecture on Chinese Philosophy ,                                             Astronomy and Practice
      Special Lecture on Chinese Literature ,                                             Natural Science Seminar
      Chinese Classical Study in Japan                                                    Japanese Culture A
      Mathematics                                                                         Humanities




                               Department of Japanese Literature and Culture

                                                                            OVERVIEW
  Our educational mission is to clarify and deepen our understanding of the Japanese people and what it is to be a Japanese. The founder of
our university, Dr. Enryo Inoue was a visionary of the Meiji era understanding that if Japanese people of his time were to understand themselves
and their humanity, it was essential for them not only to embrace the knowledge and culture of the West, but also to know and cherish their
own cultural heritage.
  In our own age of globalization the need for this kind of integrative understanding remains as strong as ever, and is a fundamental principle
that underpins our curriculum and its four divisions: the fields of Japanese Linguistics, Japanese Literature from Ancient Times to the Edo
Period, Modern and Contemporary Japanese Literature, and Comparative Literature and Culture.


                                                                               COURSES
      Basic Seminar                                                                       Japanese Literature, Culture and the German Speaking World
      Introduction to Japanese Literature and Culture A, B                                Japanese Literature, Culture and the French Speaking World
      Introduction to Japanese Linguistics A, B                                           Japanese Calligraphy
      Graduation Thesis                                                                   Chinese Literature, Culture and Japan
      Seminar on Japanese Linguistics                                                     Traditional Annual Rites in Japan A, B
      Seminar on Japanese Literature and Culture (Classical)                              Japanese Performing Arts (Kabuki)
      Seminar on Japanese Literature and Culture (Modern and Contemporary)                Japanese Performing Arts (Noh and Kyogen)
      Seminar on Comparative Literature and Culture                                       Experiential Study of Japanese Literature and Culture
      History of Japanese Language                                                        History of Japanese Arts A, B
      Classical Japanese Grammar                                                          History of the Japanese Publishing World A, B
      Modern Japanese Grammar                                                             History of Comparative Literature and Culture A,B
      History of Japanese Literature (Ancient) A, B                                       The World of Man'yoshu A, B
      History of Japanese Literature (Medieval) A, B                                      The Literature and Culture of the Heian Period A, B
      History of Japanese Literature (Edo Period) A, B                                    The Literature and Culture of the Muromachi Period A, B
      History of Modern Japanese Literature A, B                                          The Literature and Culture of the Edo Period A, B
      Special Lecture on Japanese Linguistics A, B                                        Modern and Contemporary Culture A, B
      Special Lecture on Japanese Literature and Culture (Classical) A, B                 Comparative Language and Culture A, B
      Special Lecture on Japanese Literature and Culture (Modern and Contemporary) A, B   Seminar on Japanese Classics A, B
      Special Lecture on Comparative Literature and Culture A, B                          Folklore of Japan A, B
      Literary Writers and their Works (Ancient)                                          Children's Literature
      Literary Writers and their Works (Classical)                                        Practical Literary Writing
      Literary Writers and their Works (Medieval)                                         Chinese Classics (Toshi-sen)
      Literary Writers and their Works (Edo Period)                                       Chinese Classics (Rongo)
      Literary Writers and their Works (Modern and Contemporary)                          Chinese Classics (Shiki)
      Japanese Literature, Culture and the English Speaking World                         Chinese Classics (Mohshi)




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      History of Japanese Calligraphy A, B                                   Creative Japanese Calligraphy
      Theory on Japanese Calligraphy A, B




                           Department of English and American Literature

                                                                 OVERVIEW
  There are three major areas of study within the Department of English and American Literature: English literature, American literature
and English linguistics, and freshmen, sophomores and juniors are expected to pursue a balanced course of study across these three disciplines.
The Department of English and American Literature also emphasizes the development of the four skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening
comprehension, and the curriculum includes English conversation, English composition and Broadcast English courses. Improving these
basic English communication skills is a prerequisite for students to make the most of relevant works of English and American literature and
aspects of the English language, and serves to direct their senior-year graduation thesis research. The Department places major importance
on students' graduation theses, and late in their junior year, students select a specific topic from one of the three areas of study, and then conduct
research on this topic and write a graduation thesis during their senior year.


                                                                   COURSES
      English Reading Seminar for Freshmen                                   Seminar on English Language
      English Conversation                                                   Special Lecture on English Literature
      Seminar on English Phonetics                                           Special Lecture on American Literature ,
      Introduction to English Grammar                                        Special Lecture on English Language ,
      History of English Literature                                          Graduation Seminar for Seniors
      History of American Literature                                         English Reading Seminar
      Current English                                                        English Culture and thought
      Broadcast English                                                      American Culture and thought
      Introduction to English Linguistics                                    Elizabethan English Literature
      Seminar on English and American Literature                             History of English
                                                                             Graduation Thesis




                                    Department of English Communication

                                                                 OVERVIEW
   The Department of English Communication was established in the Faculty of Literature at Toyo University in April of 2000. The main
objective of the Department is to provide students with the ability to communicate effectively in English in today's global society. Students
also gain a broad perspective and the ability to make decisions based on a solid understanding of cross-cultural issues.
   The Department accepts 100 students per year making a total of 400 students in the four-year program. The curriculum is divided into four
sections: (1) practical courses in the four major language skills, (2) courses dealing specifically with communication, (3) courses related to
the study of English, and (4) courses dealing with culture and cross-cultural issues. Courses in the practical section are required courses
taught during the first three years of the program by native speakers in small classes of about 20 students. For the other three sections of
the curriculum, students choose from a large number of electives based on their own interests and goals and the educational principles of the
Department.
   The Department of English Communication also provides a variety of opportunities to develop and learn in extracurricular activities.
There are a large number of international students in the program, as well as opportunities to participate in internships, special TOEFL and
TOEIC preparation classes, and study abroad programs. In addition, prominent speakers from outside the Department and the University
frequently give lectures and workshops on topics, such as acquiring special qualifications, or preparing for a difficult job market.
   During the fourth year of the program, each student attends a seminar and writes a graduation thesis on a topic of interest. A senior member
of the Faculty provides help and guidance throughout the process.


                                                                   COURSES
      Listening Comprehension Practice A, B                                  Intensive Reading Practice A, B
      Extensive Reading Practice A, B                                        Technical Writing A, B
      Oral Composition A, B                                                  Research Studies A, B
      Interpretation Practice A, B                                           Academic Writing A, B




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      Seminar                                                           Business Communication A, B
      Graduation Thesis                                                 Debate A, B
      Intercultural Communication A, B                                  Advanced English Grammar A, B
      Verbal / Nonverbal Communication A, B                             English Linguistics A, B
      Broadcast English A, B                                            Philosophy of Language A, B
      Communicative English A, B                                        English Stylistics A, B
      Computer Assisted Language Learning A, B                          Sociolinguistics A, B
      Newspaper English A, B                                            British Culture and Literature A, B
      English for Qualifying Examinations AA, AB                        American Culture and Literature A, B
      English for Qualifying Examinations BA, BB                        Global Understanding A, B
      English-Japanese Contrastive Studies A, B                         Global Understanding A, B
      Negotiation Skills and Theory A, B                                Japanese and American Cultural Studies A, B
      Intercultural Communication A, B                                  Special Lecture ~




                                                     Department of History

                                                             OVERVIEW
  History is the most basic knowledge in which many people are interested. History connects us with our past. It allows us to peer into the
future by providing precedents for contemporary actions. Most people agree that studying history is very important for our past, present, and
future. However, to have exact knowledge about the past is rather difficult. This is due to the fact that we have no direct knowledge of the
past; all that we can know is indirect knowledge. Only through sources and traces we can access to the past. To learn how to read the
sources, what methods, theories, and concepts we should adopt is essential for studying history and writing historiography. This is what one
has to master if he intends to be a real historian. We have a variety of courses for studying history; ancient, medieval, modern, and
contemporary Japanese history, ancient and medieval Chinese history, Islamic history, and ancient, medieval and modern European history.
Also we have a course of the history of minority ethnic groups in China.


                                                               COURSES
      Seminar on Japanese History (Elementary) ,                         Graduation Thesis
      Seminar on Eastern History (Elementary)    ,                       Special Lecture on Japanese History
      Seminar on Western History (Elementary)      ,                     Seminar on Japanese History
      Study of Historical Documents (Japanese History)                   Museum Science Training
      Study of Historical Documents (Eastern History)                    Special Lecture on Eastern History
      Study of Historical Documents (Western History)                    Seminar on Eastern History
      Outline of Japanese History                                        Special Lecture on Western History
      Outline of Eastern History                                         Seminar on Western History
      Outline of Western History                                         Archaeology
      Introduction to Museum
      Learning of Ancient Manuscripts ,
      General Introduction to Natural History
      Museum Science
      Introduction to Historical Science
      Seminar on Graduation Thesis (Japanese History)
      Seminar on Graduation Thesis (Eastern History)
      Seminar on Graduation Thesis (Western History)




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                                                       Department of Education

                                                                         OVERVIEW
  Education is the most important component in the development of fundamental human abilities. Through the process of education,
individuals gain knowledge and skills that allow them to contribute to society and improve their own lives. Education also helps the
individual develop character and become a productive member of society. The Department of Education at Toyo University sees the
fulfillment of such functions as the fundamental roles of education; however, we also recognize the need to constantly revise and improve
our programs and curriculum in order to meet the changing needs of our students in today’s multicultural, information-based society.
  In order to help our students prepare for life in the 21st century, the Department of Education has established three main courses of study:
(1) Foundations of Human Understanding, (2) Lifelong Development, and (3) Developmental Disabilities. The Foundations of Human
Understanding program provides a rich understanding of the educational process by emphasizing the fact that individual students are both
participants and products within an educational system. Students in the Lifelong Development program study the importance of continuing
education as it relates to living, health, culture, and human development. The Developmental Disabilities program provides a detailed
examination of current trends in education for individuals with developmental disabilities. Students also participate in projects that allow
them to acquire practical skills in assisting and supporting people with special challenges.


                                                                            COURSES
      Introduction to Education (Foundation of Education)                                    Teacher Training Course:
      Introduction to Educational Psychology (Educational Psychology)                          Theory of Social Studies Education
      Introduction to Lifelong Learning ,                                                      Studies on Student Guidance and Career Guidance
      Psychology of Lifelong Development                                                       Studies on Moral Education
      Seminar in the Fundamentals of Education                                                 Teaching Methods of Social Studies and Civics
      Seminar on Education                                                                     Teaching Methods of Social Studies: Geography and History
      Seminar on Education          (Inc. Comprehensive Seminar)                               Educational Evaluation
      Graduation Thesis                                                                        Educational Law
      Introduction to History of Education A, B                                                Educational History
      Introduction to Sociology of Education                                                   Practice Teaching ,
      Introduction to School Education (Inc. Introduction to Teaching Profession)
      Introduction to Special Education ,
      Introduction to Psychology
      Philosophy of Education
      Current Issues of Psychology A, B
      Practical Study of Educational Psychology (Inc. Educational Counseling)
      Health of Person and Society
      Theories of Human Relationships
      Clinical Psychology
      Family Psychology
      Studies on Children's Culture (Inc. Studies on Extra-curricular Activities)
      Women's Problems and Education
      Studies on Method of Teaching (Inc. Studies on Educational Methodology and Technology)
      Comparative Studies on Education
      Studies on Educational Administration
      Information and Adult Education
      Industrial Education
      Audio-Visual Education
      Women's Studies on Lifelong Development
      Education in Family
      Facilities of Adult Education
      Problems on Adult Education
      Education for Children with Developmental Disabilities
      History and Policy of Education for Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Psychology of People with Handicaps
      Education for Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Teaching Techniques for Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Physiology and Pathology of Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Curriculum Study on Education for Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Teaching Methods for Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Practical Study and Training of Education for Children with Developmental Disabilities




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                                               Department of Economics

                                                              OVERVIEW
   Our department aims to develop theoretical, historical and empirical knowledge of economic systems, on the top of a wide range of
intellectual bases. The study of economics enables the students to understand the ever-changing phases of society under the enormous
impact of recent development in information technology and globalization, and also enables them to solve many issues faced by modern
Japan.
   Thus, our courses focus on how to conduct theoretical, historical and empirical analyses of economic issues and to turn them into concrete
policy proposals. The courses are designed to develop these abilities based not on mere impressionistic or emotional views, but on economic
theories and statistical methods. It is really important to study and understand the fundamental mechanisms of economics, as well as, the fact
that economic and social phenomena are changing constantly. Throughout the courses, students will surely get a broader and more objective
view of society, which will remain useful long after graduation.


                                                                 COURSES
      Introductory Economics A, B                                         Population Economics A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        Japanese industrial Analysis A, B
      Economic History A, B                                               Current Issues in Economic Theory A, B
      Computerized Literacy A, B                                          Urban Economics A, B
      Microeconomics A, B                                                 Applied Microeconomics A, B
      Macroeconomics A, B                                                 Economy of Small Firm A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        Intermediate Macroeconomics A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        Intermediate Macroeconomics A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        Industrial Organization A, B
      Graduation Thesis                                                   Health Economics A, B
      Mathematics for Economics A, B                                      Game Theory A, B
      Exercises in Mathematics for Economics A, B                         Law and Economics A, B
      Statistics A, B                                                     Economic Growth Theory A, B
      Economic Policy A, B                                                Public Economics A, B
      Mathematics for Economics      A, B                                 Econometrics A, B
      Introduction to Economic Statistics A, B                            Finance Analysis A, B
      Exercises in Mathematics for Microeconomics                         Monetary Theory A, B
      Exercises in Mathematics for Macroeconomics                         Economics Statistics A, B
      Exercises in Mathematics for Economics   A, B                       Public Finance A, B
      Political Economy A, B                                              History of Economic Thoughts A, B
      Economic History A, B                                               Special Lecture on Economy and Economics
      Philosophy of Economics A, B




                                 Department of International Economics

                                                              OVERVIEW
   The Japanese economy has seen a drastic change over the past two decades. Japanese corporations started to expand their activities, and
particularly to extend their product lines overseas after the 1980's as transportation and intelligence system dramatically developed. Their
expansion has resulted in many conflicts between Japanese and foreign corporations caused by the differences of their social and economic
systems. In the meantime, since 1990's Japanese corporations have been obliged to face a new American impact, so called "globalization",
which has revealed the differences of economic and social behaviors between US and Japan. Corporations were, then, made to adapt to this
new situation.
   Under such circumstances, Japanese corporations need to recruit those who have knowledge of international economics and foreign
cultures. The Department of International Economics at Toyo University offers a wide range of study programs for ambitious students who
would like to take part in the world of international business scene.
   At the preliminary stage of our curriculum, you can study not only basic economics but also how to use some of the most cutting edge
information technology. As part of our curriculum you have the opportunity to study two required foreign languages other than Japanese.
English is compulsory. And you can choose another language from German, French or Chinese.
   In the advanced course of our curriculum, you will go into the world of international economics. You will find not only the way to understand
the international trade and monetary system but also new meanings of social and business history and international relations. If you want to
join our seminars, you will also find a wide range of research areas which our staffs offer in a friendly atmosphere.
   We welcome those people who hope to play an active part in the world of international business.




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                                                                 COURSES
      Seminar A, B                                                        International Economics System A, B
      Introductory Economics A, B                                         Economics on International Trade and Capital A, B
      Introduction to Global Economy A, B                                 Finance A, B
      Computerized Literacy A, B                                          Multinational Corporations A, B
      Micro Economics A, B                                                Multinational Corporations (Lecture in English) A, B
      Macro Economics A, B                                                International Finance A, B
      Micro and Macro Economics Seminar A, B                              International Public Economics A, B
      Economic History A, B                                               The Japanese Economy A, B
      Economic History A, B                                               Statistical Analysis A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        World Food and Agriculture Economy A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        Development Economics A, B
      Seminar A, B                                                        Economic Development A, B
      Graduation Thesis                                                   Development of Enterprises and the Society A, B
      English for Economics and Business on Internet A, B                 Finance Analysis A, B
      Economic Analysis, A, B                                             Integration of Regional Economy A, B
      International Relations A, B                                        Transition Economy A, B
      Regional Studies (ASIA) A, B                                        Global Risk Management A, B
      Regional Studies (EUROPE) A, B                                      International Macroeconomics A, B
      Regional Studies (NORTH AMERICA) A, B




                                   Department of Social Economic Systems
                                                              OVERVIEW
   Most economic problems today occur in the merging area of society and politics. For example, the government's budget deficit cannot be
addressed without considering the relation between politics and economics. Social problems, including the aging of Japanese society, the
declining birthrate, and longer life expectancy have profound influence in the economic sphere. The introduction and promotion of information
technology is influenced by governmental regulation. In addition, information technology is transforming both the economy and society.
Traditional social science is classified into disciplines such as Economics, Sociology, and Political Science, but these divisions may neglect
the interrelated nature of modern socio-economic reality. Thus it is difficult to solve problems in these areas by traditional academic methods.
   To explicate the present-day structure, in which economics, politics, and society are intertwined, and to anticipate future changes, a new
approach to social science is needed. This new approach is based not on existing interdisciplinary methods but on the merging area itself as
an independent object of study. This is the very method for elucidating present-day society from a new point of view. Therefore, the aim of
our department is to encourage students to study the forefront of social science so that they can objectively examine the world today and
propose policies to address its problems. For that purpose our department values small class sizes. Critical thinking and debating skills, as
well as the ability to access and conduct research on the internet, are highly valued as necessary skills for analyzing and solving problems. In
other words, our goal is the systematic research of the world today according to a new method, based on economics.

                                                                 COURSES
      Social Economic Seminar A, B                                        Media and Culture
      Introduction to Micro and Macro Economics A, B                      Public Policy
      Introduction to Contemporary Society and Economy                    Social Policy
      Social Economic Systems                                             Economics of Labor
      Information System                                                  Economics of Networks
      Computerized Literacy A, B                                          Science of Health
      Social Economic Seminar A, B                                        Industrial Systems
      Micro-Economics                                                     Comparative Town Planning
      Macro-Economics                                                     Present-day Industry
      Seminar in Micro Economics                                          Theory of Non Profit Organization
      Seminar in Macro Economics                                          Environmental Economic Systems
      Data Analysis                                                       Special Lecture ,
      Social Economic Seminar A, B                                        History of Science and Technology
      Social Economic Seminar A, B                                        Decline of Birth Rate and Socio-Economic Systems
      Graduation Thesis                                                   Social Economic Systems in USA and U.K.
      Comparative Culture and Society                                     Computerized Literacy A, B
      Cognition of Nature and Environment                                 Computerized Literacy A, B
      History of Socio-Economic Thoughts                                  Computerized Literacy A, B
      Info-Communications Media Economics                                 Computerized Society and Human Being
      National and Local Public Finance                                   Computer Information Ethics
      English in Internet Web site                                        Occupation for Information and Communication Technology
      Practice on Voluntary Work
      Economics of Pension and Personal Social Service
      Economics of Government and Market




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                                 Department of Business Administration

                                                             OVERVIEW
   Businesses (corporate entities) exist to market products and services essential to modern society. Through effective and efficient integra-
tion of management resources such as personnel, machinery, capital and know-how, businesses strive to outdo their competitors in providing
consumers with better products and services and, in so doing, to achieve higher profits.
   The Department of Business Administration inculcates the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary for corporate management in the
age of IT and globalization. The various academic disciplines that provide the knowledge and skills essential for corporate decision making
are systematically organized into three courses: Business Design, Organization & Human Resources Management, and Socio-Environmental
Management. The subjects offered in these courses are designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of people, including those planning to
work abroad, take over family businesses, start their own companies, obtain qualifications, or pursue further studies.
   Irrespective of the course chosen, a comprehensive selection of law and accounting subjects provides students with the legal and
accounting skills essential for smooth corporate management.


                                                                COURSES
      Modern Management                                                  Methods for Production Management
      Business Administration                                            Innovation Management
      Modern Marketing                                                   Organizational Design
      Marketing                                                          Venture Business A B
      Fundamentals of Accounting                                         Management of Technology
      Data Analysis                                                      Basic Environmental Management
      Microeconomics                                                     Environmental Management
      Macroeconomics                                                     Environmental Auditing
      Lecture of Basic Training                                          Advanced Environmental Auditing
      Mathematical Decision Theory                                       Environmental Accounting
      Game Theory                                                        Public Auditing
      Competitive Strategy                                               Compliance Management
      Corporate Strategy                                                 Selected Topics of Management A D
      Human Resource Management                                          Basic Financial Accounting
      Human Resource Development                                         Advanced Financial Accounting
      Management & Organization                                          Economic Jurisprudence A B
      Organization Behavior                                              Tax Law A B
      Business Enterprise                                                Fundamental International Management
      Group Management                                                   International Management
      Introduction to General Environment                                International Economics
      General Environment                                                Global Strategy
      Bookkeeping                                                        Business Environments in Asia A B
      Fundamentals of Accounting                                         The European Economy A B
      Management Science                                                 Industrial Organization A B
      Mathematics for Management                                         Industrial Psychology
      Business Statistics A B                                            Behavioral Science
      Managerial Finance                                                 Technology and Operations Management
      Investment Decision Theory                                         Business Analysis Theory
      Applied Microeconomics                                             Business Evaluation Theory
      Applied Macroeconomics                                             Health Care Management
      History of Management Theories                                     Auditing on Management
      History of Modern Business Management Thought                      Auditing on Accounting
      Business History A B                                               Security Trade Law A B
      Small Business Management                                          Principle of Politics A B
      Business Plan                                                      Business Management (English) A F
      Decision-Making                                                    Business Communications in English A B
      Public Management                                                  Business Presentation in English A B
      Management Internship A B                                          Business Negotiation in English A B
      Corporate Governance                                               Business News English A B
      Basic Cost Accounting                                              Vocational Guidance A B
      Advanced Cost Accounting                                           Computer Workshop A D
      Civil Law A B                                                      Advanced Computer Workshop A D
      Commercial Law A B                                                 Introduction to Information Processing A B
      Company Law A B                                                    Selected Topics of Information Processing A B
      Information Systems                                                Theory of Information Media
      Management Information Systems                                     Information Technology and Vocation
      Information Management                                             Basic Seminar
      Information Systems Management                                     Seminar
      Telecommunication A B                                              Graduation Thesis
      Production System




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                                                Department of Marketing

                                                               OVERVIEW
   The essence of marketing lies in completing a business transaction or deal. The study of marketing means learning how to negotiate and
complete such a transaction. For a transaction to take place two factors are necessary: someone to carry out the transaction (the subject of the
deal) and something to be transacted (the object of the deal). Buying a soft drink at a convenience store (such as Seven Eleven) provides a
good illustration of this. The manufacturer of the soft drink, the wholesaler, the convenience store, and finally the customer are all the sub-
jects of the deal. The soft drink is the object of the deal. It's thanks to the various transactions between one subject and another subject, that
is, between the manufacturer and the wholesaler, the wholesaler and the convenience store, and the convenience store and the customer, that
we can buy and enjoy a refreshing soft drink.
   Consider how subjects work in the process. The manufacturer develops appealing new soft drinks, gives them catchy names, and advertis-
es them on television. And then, the manufacturer releases them into distribution channels. Often through various class wholesalers and
warehouses, the boxes of soft drinks come to the store, so you can buy it.
   While the whole process of the above illustration is included in the scholarly area of marketing, for student’s convenience to study, we
divide marketing into two courses from the second year, after you finish studying elementary marketing classes in the first year. In our
Marketing Course, you can study the development of the products, the behavior of the consumers, the advertising, the marketing strategies,
and so on. The study of the distribution channels, the wholesale business, the retail business, and the distribution policy of the government is
provided by our Distribution Course.


                                                                 COURSES
      Modern Management                                                    Advanced Financial Accounting
      Business Administration                                              Business Analysis Theory
      Modern Marketing                                                     Business Evaluation Theory
      Marketing                                                            Small Business Management
      Fundamentals of Accounting                                           Business Plan
      Data Analysis                                                        Business Management (English) A F
      Microeconomics                                                       Business Communications in English A B
      Macroeconomics                                                       Business Presentation in English A B
      Lecture of Basic Training                                            Business Negotiation in English A B
      Cyber Marketing                                                      Business News English A B
      Marketing Research Advanced Study                                    Business History A B
      Distributions                                                        Civil Law A B
      Modern Distributions                                                 Commercial Law A B
      History of Commerce                                                  Consumer and Income
      Modern History of Commerce                                           Consumer and Income Class
      Monetary Theory                                                      Marketing Research
      Financial System                                                     Service Marketing
      Bookkeeping                                                          NPO Marketing
      Fundamentals of Accounting                                           Logistics
      Intermediate Accounting                                              Electronic Commerce
      Business Enterprise                                                  Organized Retailings
      Group Management                                                     Merchandizing
      Competitive Strategy                                                 Insurance
      Corporate Strategy                                                   Applied Microeconomics
      Management & Organization                                            Applied Macroeconomics
      Organization Behavior                                                Auditing on Management
      Computer Workshop A D                                                Auditing on Accounting
      Advertising                                                          Company Law A B
      Advertising Creativity                                               Economic Jurisprudence A B
      Marketing Channel Strategy                                           Security Trade Law A B
      Modern Marketing Channel Strategy                                    Global Marketing (Analysis)
      Marketing Strategy                                                   Global Marketing (Case)
      Brand Management                                                     Selected Topics of Marketing A D
      Modern History of Distributions A B                                  International Distributions A B
      Retailing Management                                                 Selected Topics of Distributions A B
      Commerce Management                                                  Pension Plan
      Managerial Finance                                                   Tax Law A B
      Investment Decision Theory                                           Principle of Politics A B
      Basic Cost Accounting                                                Vocational Guidance A B
      Advanced Cost Accounting                                             Basic Seminar
      Industrial Organization A B                                          Seminar
      Basic Financial Accounting                                           Graduation Thesis




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                                 Department of Accounting and Finance

                                                              OVERVIEW
   Accounting is the quantitative way to record, measure, disclose, compare or manage the activity of various kind of entities (companies,
typically). Finance means the study of an effective way to borrow, raise, lend, or invest funds. Since 1990's, economic growth, globalization,
and computerization together accelerated the sophistication and diversity of the financial activities of companies, which calls for profession-
als who are proficient in both accounting and finance. That’s why the faculty of management, Toyo University, now opened the third depart-
ment, that is our Accounting and Finance Department.
   At this brand-new department, after you finish studying basic accounting, finance, economics, management, liberal arts including business
English in the first year, you will proceed to intermediate-level, modern accounting and finance in the second year. If you push yourself
harder, you will find yourself becoming an entry-level accounting professional or finance professional.
   The department appreciates your ambition for challenging any certification in accounting or in finance. More specifically, we strongly
recommend you to obtain a certified public accountant (CPA), a licensed tax accountant, a chartered member of the security analyst (CMA),
a certified financial planner (CFP), or an affiliated financial planner (AFP). Any of these certifications enables you to work internationally,
anywhere around the world. These certificates promise not only your wealthy life, but also your sophisticated life to contribute to the evolu-
tion of our society.


                                                                COURSES
      Modern Management                                                   Managerial Finance
      Business Administration                                             Basic Managerial Accounting
      Modern Marketing                                                    Advanced Managerial Accounting
      Marketing                                                           Basic International Accounting
      Fundamentals of Accounting                                          Advanced International Accounting
      Data Analysis                                                       Auditing on Management
      Microeconomics                                                      Auditing on Accounting
      Macroeconomics                                                      Environmental Auditing
      Lecture of Basic Training                                           Environmental Accounting
      Basic Seminar                                                       Pension Plan
      Seminar                                                             Insurance
      Graduation Thesis                                                   Applied Microeconomics
      Bookkeeping                                                         Applied Macroeconomics
      Fundamentals of Accounting                                          Special Lecture of Financial Data Analysis
      Intermediate Accounting                                             Investment Decision Theory
      Special Accounting Program A D                                      Accounting Information Systems A B
      Competitive Strategy                                                Corporate Governance
      Corporate Strategy                                                  Compliance Management
      Monetary Theory                                                     Selected Topics of Finance A D
      Financial System                                                    Business Management (English) A F
      Finance Mathematics                                                 Business Communications in English A B
      Finance                                                             Business Presentation in English A B
      Game Theory                                                         Business Negotiation in English A B
      Management & Organization                                           Business News English A B
      Organization Behavior                                               International Economics
      Computer Workshop A D                                               Business History A B
      Basic Cost Accounting                                               Civil Law A B
      Advanced Cost Accounting                                            Commercial Law A B
      Basic Financial Accounting                                          Venture Business A B
      Advanced Financial Accounting                                       Company Law A B
      Tax and Accounting Recognition                                      Economic Jurisprudence A B
      Tax and Accounting Measurement                                      Security Trade Law A B
      Business Analysis Theory                                            Industrial Organization A B
      Business Evaluation Theory                                          Tax Law A B
      Finance Statistics                                                  Principle of Politics A B
      Investments                                                         Advanced Computer Workshop A D
      Financial Service Marketing                                         Introduction to Information Processing A B
      International Monetary Theory                                       Selected Topics of Information Processing A B
      Corporate Finance                                                   Vocational Guidance A B




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                                                     Department of Law

                                                               OVERVIEW
   In the Department of Law students systematically and academically study the basic content of laws which are meant to maintain social
cohesion in order to secure the individual's happiness within an orderly society. No one knows what will happen in our society in the future,
and it is necessary for students to reasonably acquire the ability to judge various situations in our society both according to the law and for
themselves. Law is the best course of study suitable for students who can discipline themselves to the actualities of the law. According to the
students' aims, our Department offers the following two courses of study:
(1) Judicial Course: applicants mainly for jurists
(2) Policy Studies Course: applicants mainly for government officials


                                                                    COURSES
      Introduction to Legal Studies                                       Public Law of International Relations
      Constitutional Law                                                  International Political History
      Civil Law     (General Provisions)                                  International Economics
      Civil Law     (Property)                                            International Relations
      Civil Law     (Obligations: General)                                Private International Law
      Civil Law     (Obligations: Specific Contracts & Torts)             International Economic Jurisprudence
      Civil Law     (Family Law)                                          Anglo-American Law
      Criminal Law      (General Provisions)                              German Law
      Criminal Law      (Crimes)                                          French Law
      Commercial Law (General Provisions, Commercial Transaction)         Chinese Law
      Commercial Law        (Corporation)                                 Islamic Law
      Commercial Law        (Promissory Note, Draft & Check)              EU Law
      Commercial Law        (Insurance & Maritime)                        Reading (Anglo-American Law)
      Civil Procedure                                                     Reading (German Law)
      Criminal Procedure                                                  Reading (French Law)
      Comparative Political Culture                                       Reading (Chinese Law)
      Economic Policy                                                     Law for Children and Education
      Political Science (Inc. International Politics)                     Theory of Economics
      Comparative Legal Culture                                           Economic Jurisprudence
      Legal Philosophy                                                    Tax Law ,
      Roman Law                                                           Employment Relations Law
      Comparative Law                                                     Labor-Management Relations Law
      Sociology of Law                                                    Public Administration
      Administrative Law ,                                                Intellectual Property Law
      Bankruptcy Law                                                      Law Concerning the Registration of Immovables
      Criminal Policy                                                     Local Government
      Public Finance                                                      Securities Regulation
      History of Legal Thought                                            Law of Civil Execution
      History of Modern Japanese Constitution                             Selected Problems ,
      Legal History (Oriental)                                            Seminar ,
      Legal History (Western)                                             Special Seminar
      Legal History (Japanese)                                            Seminar on Computer
                                                                          Law and Computer




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  4      Law



                                                  Department of Business Law

                                                                OVERVIEW
   Recently companies are being exposed to not only internationalization but also to a legally-regulated charge of their corporate charters.
This tendency will not weaken even if corporate cultures are strengthened in the future. This situation will require that businessmen should
acquire the ability to not merely pursue efficiency from the managerial point of view but also from the legal point of view, and what's more,
future businessmen will be asked to treat such matters flexibly and boldly. To strengthen these skills, our Department offers two courses of
training for our students:
(1) Business Law Course: applicants for money market positions, insurance companies, airlines, transportation and delivery service,
     mass communications, and similar enterprises.
(2) International Business Law Course: applicants for large enterprises, multinational conglomerates, global firms and relevant institu-
     tions.
   It is hoped that each student who chooses either of the two courses will be prepared for a position in government or within the field of law.


                                                                 COURSES
      Introduction to Legal Studies                                       French Law
      Constitutional Law                                                  Chinese Law
      Civil Law     (General Provisions)                                  Islamic Law
      Civil Law     (Property)                                            EU Law
      Civil Law     (Obligations: General)                                Reading (Anglo-American Law)
      Civil Law     (Obligations: Specific Contracts & Torts)             Reading (German Law)
      Civil Law     (Family Law)                                          Reading (French Law)
      Civil Dispute Resolution                                            Reading (Chinese Law)
      Business Transaction Law                                            Law for Children and Education
      Business Organization Law                                           Theory of Economics
      Commercial Paper                                                    Economic Jurisprudence
      Insurance & Maritime Law                                            Tax Law ,
      Bookkeeping                                                         Employment Relations Law
      Accounting                                                          Labor-Management Relations Law
      Criminal Law                                                        Public Administration
      Commercial Crimes                                                   Administrative Law ,
      Law of Social Security                                              Intellectual Property Law
      Consumer Law                                                        Law concerning the Registration of Immovables
      Specific Mortgages                                                  Local Government
      Foreign Company Law                                                 Seminar on Computer
      Tax Accounting                                                      Principles of Management
      History of Legal Though                                             Circumstances on Modern Foreign Law
      History of Modern Japanese Constitution                             Financial Statements
      Legal History (Oriental)                                            International Transaction Law
      Legal History (Western)                                             Securities Regulation
      Legal History (Japanese)                                            Criminal Procedure
      Public Law of International Relations                               Civil Procedure
      International Political History                                     Bankruptcy Law
      International Economic Jurisprudence                                Law of Civil Execution
      International Relations                                             Selected Problems ,
      Private International Law                                           Seminar ,
      International Economics                                             Special Seminar
      Anglo-American Law                                                  Law and Computer
      American Law                                                        Finance Relation Law
      German Law




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                                                    Department of Sociology

                                                                  OVERVIEW
   The Department of Sociology is the oldest one in the Toyo Faculty of Sociology. The department is mainly devoted to the discipline of
sociology in general, especially those basic areas like social theory, sociology of family, of urban and rural community, of organization, of
education, of environment and so on, and also reinforced by geography and sports study.
   In combination with Faculty's Common Subjects, the undergraduate program in the Department of Sociology provide students with wide
range of subjects, and stimulate students' own research projects ranging from theoretical to empirical or practical, qualitative to quantitative,
and micro to macro ones. Students are trained to acquire the sociological/critical/practical ways of thinking and also skill of social research
to build their own views of society. The obligatory graduation theses are their goal of study.
   There are few jobs that have the title "Sociologist" for those who hold a Bachelors degree. However Sociology is a relevant discipline that
helps to prepare students for a variety of careers in private/public sectors and for graduate or professional training. You can go anywhere
with a degree in Sociology!


                                                                   COURSES
      Introductory Seminar on Sociology                                    Sociology of Community ,
      Seminar on Sociology                                                 Sociology of Education ,
      History of Sociology ,                                               Sociology of Environment ,
      Graduation Thesis                                                    Sociology of Organization ,
      Social Action Theory                                                 Multivariate Analysis
      Contemporary Theories of Sociology                                   Qualitative Research Method
      Reading Comprehension of Sociological Works                          Lecture on Industrial Activities ,
      Sociology of Family ,                                                Lecture on Natural Surroundings
      Sociology of Industry ,                                              Practice on Natural Surroundings
      Sociology of Politics ,                                              Lecture on Geographical Analysis of Population and Residence
      Social Statistics                                                    Seminar on Geographical Analysis of Population and Residence
      Sociology of Knowledge ,                                             Special Lecture on Sociology A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K
      International Sociology                                              Special Introduction to Sociology
      Sociology of Sports




                                       Department of Sociocultural Studies

                                                                  OVERVIEW
   We consider the relation between "society", "culture", and a "system" as follows. We assume that "society" is a "substance-system of the
relatively unchanging eternal interaction" which is represented by the institution and the organization, and that "culture" is a "norm-system
to create and inherit society". From this viewpoint, "society" and "culture" must be viewed as indivisible. We regard such indivisibility as a
"Sociocultural system". We may conclude that some of the social phenomena and social problems that have been occurring in the world are
generated at the point where "society" and "culture" conflict with each other. We think that such a trinity-grasp provides a very effective
framework to analyze various social problems in the world and cultural phenomena on a personal level. Based on these fundamental concepts,
we, in the Department of Sociocultural Studies, aim to encourage students acquire a theoretical framework that enables them to grasp "society"
and "culture" systematically, providing them with a solid linguistic capacity and a strongly on-site oriented approach.


                                                                   COURSES
      Introduction to Sociocultural Studies A, B                           Sociocultural Studies on Social Plans
      Introductory Seminar on Sociocultural Studies                        Comparative Studies on Civilization A, B
      Seminar on Sociocultural Studies                                     Folkloric Studies on Culture A, B
      Cultural Sociology A, B                                              Physical Studies on Culture A, B
      Cultural Anthropology A, B                                           Human Geography A, B
      Area Studies A, B                                                    History of Sociocultural Thoughts A, B
      Sociocultural Studies on Japan A, B                                  Linguistic Studies on Culture A, B
      Sociocultural Studies on the Middle East A, B                        Sociocultural Studies on Gender & Generation A, B
      Sociocultural Studies on Europe A, B                                 Sociology of Religion A, B
      Sociocultural Studies on Asia A, B                                   Criminal Sociology A, B
      Sociocultural Studies on Africa A, B                                 Graduation Thesis
      Sociocultural Studies on Northern & Southern America A, B            Special Introduction to Sociocultural Studies
      Sociocultural Studies of Social Movement




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                                Department of Media and Communications

                                                             OVERVIEW
   Modern information and media technology have brought diverse types of new information/media services, such as multi-channel TV
broadcasting systems, mobile telephone systems, and online music/movie delivery systems. They are changing the environment of human
communications drastically. As the contemporary society gets information/media-oriented, it is necessary to study "media and
communications" in new frameworks and foster those who will lead the advanced information society. Based on media theories and the
wide-ranging views of human, information and society, the Department was established in 2000 as an institute for research and higher-edu-
cation on mass communication and information/media phenomenon.
   The Department's focus is put on media and multimedia studies, mass communication and journalism, knowledge management and infor-
mation organization. The faculty members of the Department study the transmission, storage, retrieval, adoption process, effects, influ-
ences and contents of information conveyed in the various types of media, from mass media to personal media. The Department fosters
human resources equipped with media literacy for the new era and adaptable to the demands and the needs of many sectors of the advanced
information society. The Department educates students to pursue careers in journalism, advertising, broadcasting, knowledge/information man-
agement, interactive multimedia, etc.


                                                                COURSES
      Introductory Seminar on Media and Communications                   Production of Media and Practice A, B
      Introduction to Media and Communications A, B                      Journalism
      Seminar on Media and Communications , ,                            Multimedia Studies
      Introduction to Mass Communications A, B                           Mass Communication Laws
      History of Information Media                                       Information Analysis
      Studies on Mass Culture                                            Media and Communication Studies on Disaster
      Principles of Information Science A, B                             Lecture on Information Laws
      Information Media Studies                                          Information Services
      Consumption Information                                            Computer and Programming Practice
      Communication Studies                                              Information System Design and Practice
      Physical Communication                                             Information Network and Practice A, B
      Multi-Cultural Communication                                       Public Opinion
      Information Organization                                           Advertising
      Broadcasting Media                                                 Information Industries
      Public Relations                                                   Publishing
      Knowledge Distribution                                             Media and Communications Studies on Environmental Issues
      Media Ecology                                                      Informetrics
      Knowledge and Information Processing                               Research Methods for Communications Research
      Social Studies of Information Systems                              Database and Practice A, B
      Newspaper                                                          Writing Skills for Mass Communication A, B
      Special Lecture on Media and Communications A, B                   Graduation Thesis
      Production of Media and Practice A, B                              Special Introduction to Media and Communications




                                               Department of Social Psychology

                                                             OVERVIEW
   We are increasingly aware of the role that human mind plays in social phenomena, and pay a great deal of attention to it in modern society.
Human mind and social relationship influence each other, and together they form the basis of such diverse social problems as school bullying,
juvenile crime and delinquency, destructive cult, and psychological damage from natural and social disasters, just to name a few. Those suf-
fering from the problems should be provided with mental care and support, and people are in search of definite purposes and meanings in their
life and death. In order to learn more about the nature of the problems and find effective solutions to them, understanding the social side of
human existence is essential, and human mind and behavior should be studied in societal context. At the Department, we study social psychol-
ogy and teach students how to explore human thought, feeling, behavior, and adjustment and growth in social milieu, and examine psycholog-
ical issues in pathological as well as healthy social interactions. We hope to educate and train young talented people, to prepare and enable
them to study and solve various social problems, and at the same time, become productive members of the society.


                                                                COURSES
      Experimental Research in Psychology                                Special Lecture on Social Psychology A, B, C, D
      Introduction to Social Psychology A, B                             Interpersonal Behavior




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      Introductory Seminar on Social Psychology                            Psychology of Disaster
      Experimental Methods in Psychology                                   Environmental Psychology
      Measurement in Psychology
      Seminar on Social Psychology                                         Life-Span Developmental Psychology
      Experimental Research in Social Psychology A, B                      Clinical Psychology A, B
      Human Relations                                                      Group Process

      Health Psychology                                                    Developmental Social Psychology
      Fundamental Topics in Cognitive Information Processing               Learning Psychology
      Applied Topics in Cognitive Information Processing                   Social Cognition
      Information Processing in Human Brain A, B                           Social Emotions
      Physical Structure and Function A, B                                                              A, B
      Collective Behavior                                                  Graduation Thesis
      Psychology of Personality                                                                                   A, B




                                              Department of Social Welfare

                                                               OVERVIEW
   The Department of Social Welfare was established in 1992, after operating for more than thirty years as the Division of Social Welfare in
the Department of Applied Sociology. The department offers students Bachelor of Sociology degrees, as well as offering special courses to
assist students to obtain the qualification of the Certified Social Worker (Shakai-Fukushi Shi). The department has attracted students nationally
and internationally by its distinctive commitment and standard maintained throughout its long history. The department is presently led by
fourteen faculty members, under the policy of promoting independent learning while encouraging each student to develop his/her own academic
interest. Through interactive approach in small classes and experimental learning in practicum, students learn traditional social work theories
and techniques, as well as the method to approach "new" issues, such as the issues stemming from globalization or aging population. The
careers that students choose after graduating from the department vary, such as the careers of social work specialists, public administrators,
teachers, and staff of for-profit organizations. However, they still serve for one purpose: to contribute to build a healthy human community.


                                                                 COURSES
      Introductory Seminar on Social Work                                  Social Security A, B
      Introduction to Social Work A, B                                     Social Work for Mentally/Physically Challenged A, B
      Social Work Practice Skills A, B                                     Theory on Care-Management
      Seminar on Social Work Practice A, B                                 Practice of Advocacy
      Seminar on Social Work Practicum A, B                                Advanced Course on Social Work Theory for Children and Family
      Seminar on Social Work ,                                             Advanced Course on Social Work Theory for Mentally-Physically Challenged
      Seminar on Social Work Practice                                      Social Work Theory for the Elderly A, B
      Social Welfare Law and Administration A, B                           Public Assistance
      Social Work and Administration A, B                                  Community-Based Social Work
      Child Welfare and Family Services A, B                               Barrier-Free Issues
      History of Social Work A, B                                          Poverty Issues
      Not-for-Profit and Voluntary Activities                              Advanced Course on Social Work Theory for the Elderly
      English Reader in Social Work A, B                                   Advanced Course on Social Work Administration
      Social Work and Health A, B                                          Medical Social Work Theory A, B
      Social Work Practice Skills A, B                                     Introduction to Social Work Practicum
      Introduction to Health and Medicine A, B                             Recreation Practice
      Intervention Theory to Family                                        Recreation Practice Skills
      Advanced Social Work Theory                                          Social Work Practicum A, B
      Introduction to Care Work                                            Profession of Social Work ,
      Health and Medical Sociology A, B                                    Contemporary Issues of Social Work
      English Reader A, B                                                  Graduation Thesis




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                                    Department of Mechanical Engineering

                                                                OVERVIEW
   In the Mechanical Engineering, we expand our field widely from automobiles and other types of machinery to include elements of biology
and social science. We also feel that areas such as manufacturing technology and safety, as well as other intangibles, are growing increasingly
critical.
   Three major keywords inform our approach to education and research. One is "macro" (global perspective). Electricity and gasoline, for
example, make our lives comfortable, but, from the global viewpoint, they may cause a scarcity of resources and global warming. Such
worldwide perspective enables us to conduct our education and research more broadly and further.
   The second is "human" (humanity). All machines need a human being for controlling them, and therefore should be human-friendly.
Moreover, such machines self-control systems as can help people and work for them should be developed through education and research.
   The third is "nano" (highly detailed perspective). Nano is used, in its technical meaning, as a unit smaller than micro. In this extremely
small unit, we would make a medical silicon chip that can diagnose a disease accurately through a single drop of blood or a memory chip for
digital information storage.
   We pride ourselves on the fact that our faculty staff, together with the students, is working on concerns vital to the entire planet. Our
motto is not only educating students to communicate effectively but creating the right atmosphere for our staff to communicate with regard
to matters of global concern.


                                                                 COURSES
      Applied Physics                                                     Internship
      Basic Computer Literacy                                             Introduction to Life Science
      Bioengineering                                                      Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and the Ethics
      Biophysics                                                          Introduction to Solid State Physics
      Bioscience                                                          Linear Algebra
      CAD/CAM exercise                                                    Machine Design and Drawing
      Chemistry                                                           Machine Dynamics and Mechanics
      Control Theory                                                      Machining Technology
      Complex Analysis for Mechanical Engineering                         Manufacturing Technology
      Differential and Integral Calculus                                  Measurement Science and Technology
      Energy Conversion                                                   Micro Mechanics and Electronics
      Differential Equations for Mechanical Engineering                   Physics
      Engineering Practice                                                Project Management
      Environmental Engineering                                           Quantum Chemistry
      Fluid Mechanics                                                     Quantum Mechanics
      Fourier Analysis Engineering for Mechanical Engineering             Seminar on Mechanical Engineering
      Functional Material                                                 Spectrum Analysis
      Fundamental Physics                                                 Statistic Mechanics
      Graduate Thesis                                                     Strength of Materials
      Heat Transfer                                                       Technical Illustration
      Human Interface                                                     Technical Reading
      Image Transfer Processing                                           Technical Writing
      Industrial Design                                                   Thermodynamics
      Integrated Technical English                                        Topics of Advanced Technology
      Intellectual Property                                               Vector Analysis for Mechanical Engineering




              Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering

                                                                OVERVIEW
   The Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering at Toyo University covers extensive areas relevant to the electric
energies, the communications, and the electronics that are indispensable to contemporary life. The curriculum places emphasis on a thorough
understanding of the fundamental principles and on a cultivation of practical expertise. The program of the department begins with an
introduction to electronics and communications engineering, basic electric circuits, electronic circuits, and electromagnetism. Three
specialized fields are provided for students to systematically pursue disciplines according to their career options; those are the energy and
control, the information and communications, and the electronic materials and devices. All students are given the opportunity to conduct
graduation research and they must complete a thesis in their final academic year. Through this thesis the students are trained to enhance their
ability to solve various problems. Most of graduates of the department get jobs in private companies. The remaining graduates continue on
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                                                                COURSES
      Electric Circuits A and B                                           Control Systems
      Electromagnetics A and B                                            Design and Drawing of Electric Appliance
      Electronic Circuits A and B                                         Laws and Regulation for Plant Management
      Programming A and B                                                 Radio Wave Regulation and Radio Station
      Electronic and Communication Experiments A, B and C                 Communication Engineering
      Graduation Research       and                                       Communication Network Engineering
      Seminar      and                                                    Radio Wave Engineering
      Introduction to Electronics and Communications                      Digital Circuits
      Electrical and Electronic Measurements                              Signal Processing Engineering
      Mathematics for Electronics A and B                                 Radio Communication Equipment and Systems
      Transient Circuits                                                  Computer Engineering
      Information Theory                                                  Image Information Engineering
      Numerical Methods                                                   Security of Communications
      Transmission Circuits                                               Audio Video Engineering
      Electrical Machinery     and                                        Introduction to Solid State Physics
      Electric Power Applications                                         Semiconductor Engineering
      Power Transmission and Distribution    and                          Electrical and Electronic Materials
      Electric Power Engineering     and                                  Optoelectronics
      High Voltage Engineering                                            Integrated Circuits
      Power Electronics




                                           Department of Applied Chemistry

                                                              OVERVIEW
  Applied chemistry is concerned with the fundamentals and applications of chemistry including inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry
analytical chemistry and chemical engineering. Applied chemistry is conducted as an integrated interdisciplinary study of the chemical and
engineering science. In particular, the focus of education, training and research at the Department is on biotechnology, green chemistry and
materials science. After the first year of basic natural science courses, students take additional chemistry courses along with core courses in
applied chemistry. Core courses are related to biotechnology, environmental chemistry and materials science. In the final year, students can
gain practical experience by taking a senior project. The work of chemists and chemical engineers is very diversified. Although the largest
employers are chemical companies, in recent years chemists and chemical engineers have increasingly found employment in biotechnology,
food engineering and environmental industries. The Department offers a Bachelor of Engineering in Applied Chemistry in addition to
Master of Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy. The Department has 19 academic staffs with expertise ranging in disciplines from
microbiology and chemistry to chemical engineering. Many have industrial experience and regularly consulted industries.


                                                                COURSES
      Basic Chemical Thermodynamics                                       Enzymatic Engineering
      Safety Engineering                                                  Molecular Biology
      Basic Applied Chemistry Laboratory   ,                              Microbiological Engineering
      Analytical Chemistry                                                Gene Engineering
      Inorganic Chemistry                                                 Food Process Engineering
      Organic Chemistry                                                   Environmental Chemistry
      Seminar in Applied Chemistry                                        Advanced Organic Chemistry
      Basic Chemistry                                                     Chemical Reactor Design
      Research for Advanced Chemistry                                     Inorganic Process Chemistry
      Laboratory for Advanced Chemistry                                   Basic Biological Science
      Research Project                                                    Organic Biochemistry
      Chemical Equilibrium                                                Biopolymer Chemistry
      Chemical Reaction Kinetics                                          Space Science
      Electrochemistry                                                    Functional Organic Chemistry
      Complex Chemistry                                                   Quality Control
      Organic Reaction Mechanism                                          Practice in Cooperation with Industries
      Basic Polymer Chemistry                                             Patent Law
      Industrial Analytical Chemistry                                     Practical Engineering
      Inorganic Instrumental Analysis                                     Advanced Materials
      Organic Instrumental Analysis                                       Inorganic Material Science
      Chemical Engineering                                                Organic Material Science
      Chemical Process Design                                             Synthetic Chemistry
      Food Science                                                        Inorganic Functional Material
      Biochemistry                                                        Ceramics Material




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      Crystals                                                              Atmospheric Chemistry
      Applied Polymer Chemistry                                             Environmental Chemistry for Water
      Advanced Polymer Material                                             Recycle Chemistry
      Basic Biotechnology                                                   Environmental Chemistry for Soil
      Chemistry in Resources & Energies                                     Local Environmental Chemistry
      Bio Environmental Chemistry




                       Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

                                                               OVERVIEW
   Unlike the materialistic twentieth century, in this century, the education in civil engineering should be preparation for that type of engineers
who consider more the preservation of global environment than the construction methodology. The aim of the course of Department of Civil
and Environmental Engineering is to help students become to be that new type of engineers who raise issues and find solutions on their own
initiative confronting the age of holding the adverse influence of outdated infrastructures, exhausted natural resources, and other environmental
problems.
   The courses in our progressive and integrated curriculum consist of three fields, "environmental and ecological systems", "construction,
maintenance and recycling" and "planning and management." The required subjects in these courses allow all students to study so wide
range of ideas on civil and environmental engineering that they can learn how to clarify and solve major problems, and anticipate future
issues.


                                                                  COURSES
      Applied Mathematics                                                   Waste Materials Engineering
      Global Environment and Policies                                       Environmental Management Systems
      Introduction of Civil and Environmental Engineering                   Durability Testing of Structures
      Strength of Materials ,                                               Maintenance Engineering for Infrastructures
      Chemistry of Environment                                              Recycle Engineering of Construction
      Natural Environment Systems and Planning                              Project Management
      Civic Design                                                          Urban Planning
      Preservation of Environment                                           Transportation Planning
      Repair of Environment                                                 Theories and Practices of GIS in Environmental Planning
      Environmental Planning Theory                                         Computer Simulation
      Water Environment Engineering                                         Exercises for Computer Simulation
      Structural Mechanics                                                  Civil and Environmental Testing A, B, C, D
      Recycle Engineering of Construction                                   Chemistry of Waste Materials and Recycle
      Hydraulics ,                                                          Environmental Soil Mechanics
      Concrete Engineering ,                                                Chemistry of Local Environment
      Soil Mechanics ,                                                      Environmental Economics
      Surveying ,                                                           Graduation Research in Civil and Environmental Engineering   ,
      Construction Industry                                                 Seminar of Civil and Environmental Engineering ,
      Project Evaluation                                                    Atmospheric Chemistry
      Urban Policy and Management                                           Water Environment
      Planning Mathematics                                                  Rehabilitation Engineering for Infrastructures
      Designing and Drawing                                                 Exercises for Civil and Environment Engineering
      Exercises for Designing and Drawing                                   Environmental Assessment and Evaluation systems
      Exercises for Surveying ,                                             Human and Environmental Symbiosis
      Chemistry of Biological Environment                                   Chemistry of Resources and Energy
      Water and Waste Water Engineering                                     Earthquake Engineering




                                                 Department of Architecture

                                                               OVERVIEW
   A bridge between various branches of knowledge, technology and intelligence of creating comfortable environment, living spaces.... The
intelligence of creating comfortable environment and living spaces using knowledge and technology is acquired in architecture curriculum.
The extensive architecture is divided into four fields. In first year, students can study some compulsory subjects, as you proceed, you are
able to select more specialized courses from the four fields.




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Research Field
(Structure System)
   The division aims at building system, structural design, earth-quake measures technology (earth-quake resistant base isolation and con-
trol), production system and maintenance system.

(Architectural Environment Ecosystem)
  The division aims at relationship between architecture and environment, environment, architectural facilities.

(Architectural Planning and Design)
  The division aims at relationship between architecture and society, function, living space, history and archtectural design.

(Planning and Management)
  The division aims at architecture and urban redevelopment, project management, construction management, building economics, and
building systems.


                                                                    COURSES
      Exercise in Introduction of Architecture                             Building Construction
      Theory of Design                                                     Exercise in Building System and Production Design ,
      Urban Environmental Problem                                          Architectural Design and Drawing ,
      Global Environmental Problem                                         Architectural Design and Planning
      Disaster Prevention Engineering                                      Architectural History
      Building Maintenance Planning                                        Exercise in Architectural History
      Housing and Urban Problem                                            Architectural Planning A, B, C, D
      Exercise in Joint Industry - University                              Interior Design
      Overseas Architecture                                                History of Architectural Design
      Building Code and Regulation on Urban Planning A, B                  Architectural Design
      Facilities Management                                                Exercise in Planning and Design ,
      Exercise in Surveying                                                Urban Planning A, B
      Graduation Study                                                     Urban and Construction Programming A, B
      Graduation Thesis                                                    Exercise in Urban and Construction Programming
      Graduation Design                                                    Landscape Design
      Introduction of Building Structure                                   Urban Development Planning
      Strength of Material                                                 Equipment Planning A, B
      Exercise in Strength                                                 Exercise in Planning of Architectural Environment A, B
      Building Materials                                                   Exercise in Planning of Architectural Environment and Facilities Design   ,
      Analysis of Structures ,                                             Building Systems and Design A, B
      Exercise in Analysis of Structures ,                                 Exercise of Building Systems and Design
      Wooden Structure                                                     Building Economics
      Reinforced Concrete Structure                                        Housing Production
      Steel Structure                                                      Building Production A, B
      Exercise in Structural Design                                        Living Environmental Engineering
      Experimental Exercise in Building Materials and Structures           Planning of Architectural Environment A, B
      Introduction of Architectural Environment and Facilities             History of Architecture
      Structural Forms and Mechanical                                      Building Materials
      Introduction for Environmental Engineering                           Exercise in Architectural History
      Structural Forms and Mechanics                                       Exercise in Structural Forms and Mechanics Enginemen
      Introduction of Space Design                                         Exercise of Living Environmental




                        Department of Information and Computer Sciences

                                                                   OVERVIEW
   The Department of Information and Computer Sciences (ICS) of Toyo University was established in 1976 as the sixth department within
the Faculty of Engineering. This makes it one of the first such departments established in Japan, and closely matches the arrival of the modern
information society. The Department is organized into three courses of study: Systems Engineering, Media Engineering, and Human
Information Engineering.
   The educational goal of the Department is to provide a solid and complete understanding of the fundamentals of information processing,
and to develop talented specialists who can demonstrate their own creativity in practical situations and cope with technical problems with
flexibility. another important distinctive feature of the Department is a consistent and coordinated curriculum throughout the Undergraduate
and Graduate Programs.




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   Along with reducing the number of required courses, and increasing the number of freely chosen electives, the Department has substantially
enriched the course offerings that deal with cutting-edge developments in information technology. In addition, the great majority of computer-
related courses and programming exercises are taught in a small-class. In particular, the experiments in ICS III, taught in the fall semester of
the third year, is a seminar limited to 20 students or less. Knowledge gained in this course prepares the students for the fourth-year courses
of Seminars in ICS I and II, and Graduation Research I and II.


                                                                      COURSES
      Introduction to Programming                                         Signal Processing
      Exercise in Introduction to Programming                             Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence
      Experiments in Information and Computer Science                     Signal Theory
      Seminars in Information and Computer Science ,                      Intelligent Information Processing
      Graduation Research ,                                               Practical Study in a Company and a Research Institute
      Information Mathematics                                             Information Networks
      Fundamentals of Computer                                            Human Interface
      Discrete Mathematics                                                Compiler
      Programming Technique                                               Distributed System
      Exercise in Programming Technique                                   Computation Theory
      Data Structure and Algorithm ,                                      Systems Engineering
      Logic Design                                                        Database
      Numerical Analysis                                                  Graph Theory
      Information Systems                                                 Simulation
      Computer Architecture                                               Computer Graphics
      Automata and Formal Language                                        Image Processing
      Programming Language                                                Speech Processing
      Operating Systems                                                   Multimedia
      Media Design                                                        Pattern Recognition
      Mathematical Programming                                            Natural Language Processing
      Information Theory                                                  Robotics
      Digital Communications                                              Knowledge Engineering
      Computer Practices
      Fundamentals of Computer and Exercise
      Practice and Experiments In Information and Computer Sciences
      Technological Topics in Information Industries




                   Department of Computational Science and Engineering

                                                                 OVERVIEW
  Computational Science and Engineering challenges to create new sciences and engineering in various fields such as physics, chemistry,
medical science, electronics, structural engineering, fluid engineering and so on, making the most of computers. It can deal with the world of
atomic or molecular level which is too small to touch directly or the world which is dangerous for real experimental study, using a technique of
"computer simulation", in which a real world is represented by virtual world in computer. Computational Science and Engineering is now a
promising field taking full advantage of computing capability of computer which has evolved marvelously in the twentieth century. The
Department of Computational Science and Engineering provides three courses: Macro Engineering, Micro Engineering and Design of
Integrated Circuits. Curriculum structure is quite flexible and students in the Department can choose fields according to their own interests
any time.


                                                                      COURSES
      Introduction to Computational Engineering                           Thermal Fluid Mechanics
      Principles of Mechanics                                             Quantum Mechanics Basics
      Computer Architecture Basics                                        Quantum Physics
      Computational Mathematics -                                         Statistical Physics
      Programming A, B, C                                                 Electronic Circuit Basics
      Computational Engineering Experiments ,     ,                       Elementary Semiconductor Physics
      Thermodynamics Basics                                               Electron Devices
      Elementary Material Science                                         Integrated Circuits
      Solid Mechanics ,                                                   Optimization
      Continuum Mechanics                                                 Computational Network
      Finite Element Method                                               Computer Visualization
      Fluid Dynamics ,                                                    Computational Information Theory
      Gas Dynamics                                                        Computational Nano-Science




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      Computational Processing Systems Design                             Bio-Nano Science
      Computational Simulation Science                                    Computational Entertainment




                                           Department of System Robotics

                                                              OVERVIEW
  Robotics is the science and engineering of robots. Its main academic background is mechanical engineering, electrical engineering,
computer science. In that sense, robotics is also referred to as mechatronics, which is a combination of mechanics and electronics as well as
microcomputers. However, robotics includes not only technology aspects but also psychology, sociology, or bioscience or even biotechnology
because the users of robots are human. Humans and animals are good examples of robots. Robotics covers wider area than mechatronics,
and is a kind of interdisciplinary field.
  Our department has just launched from April 2005, built as an eighth department of our engineering school. Our department covers three
main domain: mechatronics, perception-based intelligence, and biomimetics. Several professors and associate professors majoring each
domain are waiting for you to come. Additionally, professors majoring English education and physical exercises are also associated in our
department so that they can cover human interface (communication) issue and sports science issue that have also close relationship with
robotics. Unlike the traditional mechanical engineering or past robotics, our department aims soft matter robotics as a whole; the common
keywords in our department are softness, compliance, adaptability, flexibility, in the viewpoint of mechanical structure, engineering material,
control strategy, intelligence, and system configuration. Humans and animals are good examples of robots. We are going to build a new concept
of robotics that helps to create a symbiotic society in the 21st century.


                                                                COURSES
      Introduction to Robotics                                            Medical Engineering
      Project Research , , , , , ,         ,                              Intellectual Property
      Experiments on System Robotics ,                                    Computer Graphics
      Human Body ,                                                        Image Processing
      Energy Transfer in Human Body                                       System Control
      Biomimetics                                                         Biomechanics
      Mechanics and Dynamics of Robots                                    Molecular Biology
      Measurement Engineering                                             Human Interface
      Control Engineering                                                 Mechatronics
      Data Analysis                                                       Cybernetics
      Differential Equation for Robotics                                  Strength of Materials
      Vector Analysis for Robotics                                        Rehabilitation Robotics
      Robot Sensors                                                       Sports Dynamics
      Robot Actuators                                                     Human Factor and Ergonomics
      Robot Intelligence                                                  Introduction to Soft Matter
      Robot System                                                        Cognitive Psychology
      Robot Design Exercise                                               Reliability of System
      Exercise in Computer Programming ,                                  Project Management
      Digital Electric Circuit                                            Environmental Engineering
      Analog Electric Circuit                                             Soft Computing
      Universal Design                                                    Robot Environment
      Bioinformation                                                      Inertia Engineering




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                                    GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

                                              COURSES
     Biology                                      Calculus Seminar B
     Earth Science                                Rudimentary Mathematics A
     Astronomy                                    Rudimentary Mathematics B
     History Of Science                           Calculus C
     Environmental Science                        Calculus D
     Mathematics thought                          Linear Algebra A
     Resources And Energy                         Linear Algebra B
     Advanced Science Technology                  Probability And Statistics
     Introduction To Engineering                  Differential Equation
     Philosophy for Engineers                     Vector Calculus
     Philosophy                                   Function of Complex Variable
     Ethics                                       Fourier Analyses
     Logic
     Comparative Study Of Civilizations           Physics
     Literature                                   Physics
     History                                      Basic Physics
     Art History                                  Experiments In Physics
     Social Thought                               Solving Physics     Problems
     Economics                                    Solving Physics     Problems
     Sociology                                    Chemistry
     Jurisprudence                                Chemistry
     Politics                                     Experiments In Chemistry
     The Constitution Of Japan                    Statistical Mechanics
     Engineering Management                       Thermodynamics
     Marketing                                    Quantum Mechanics
     Wellness A                                   Quantum Mechanics
     Wellness B                                   Applied Physics
     Science Of Health                            Quantum Chemistry
     Psychology                                   Quantum Chemistry
     Presentation                                 Introduction To Life Sciences
     Technical Composition
     Introduction To Communication                Introduction to Information Processing
     English And Culture                          Exercise Of Information Processing
     German And Culture
     French And Culture                           Integrated Technical English A
     Chinese And Culture                          Integrated Technical English B
     Cultivation Seminar A                        Integrated English A
     Cultivation Seminar B                        Integrated Technical English B
     Cultivation Seminar C                        Remedial English A
     Cultivation Seminar D                        Remedial English B
     Cultivation Seminar E                        Technical Reading
     Cultivation Seminar F                        Technical Writing
     Interdisciplinary Studies A                  Advanced Technical Reading A
     Interdisciplinary Studies B                  Advanced Technical Writing A
     Interdisciplinary Studies C                  Advanced Technical Reading B
     Interdisciplinary Studies D                  Advanced Technical Writing B
     Interdisciplinary Studies E                  Japanese A
     Interdisciplinary Studies F                  Japanese B
     Calculus A                                   Japanese A
     Calculus Seminar A                           Japanese B
     Determinant                                  Japanese A
     Determinant Seminar                          Japanese B
     Calculus B




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                          Department of Regional Development Studies

                                                           OVERVIEW
  Studies in Regional Development Studies focus on community development within Japan and in many locations around the globe.
The program is global in scope and includes in-depth studies in the following areas: regional planning, social issues, economic develop-
ment, environmental issues, sanitation and hygiene, and international relations and cooperation. From this base, studies are systemati-
cally expanded to include law, economics, public administration, management, sociology, and engineering. Through the progressive
development of our curriculum, the goal is to systematically integrate these subjects to create a unique study program.

  This unique and highly specialized program of studies is only possible with the cooperation of many diverse specialists on our
department. These academics contribute a range of materials to a unique textbook titled “Basics In Regional Development Studies.”
This unique text is used as core study material in a required course for all first year students. Through this introduction to regional
development studies, students gain deep insight into domestic and international matters pertaining to regional development.

  To develop our students’ capacity to be active contributors in regional development, fieldwork and internships are encouraged
through our specialized seminar studies. Since the year 2000, Regional Development Studies students have participated in fieldwork
and research starting in their second year of the program during spring and summer vacation periods. Fieldwork is done in cooperation
with university and graduate study programs in overseas countries such as the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Thailand.
Participation in fieldwork and overseas research can lead to graduate studies abroad and employment abroad through government agen-
cies such as JICA.

  From 2006, Regional Development Studies students participated in fieldwork and research in conjunction with the University of the
Philippines on Cebu Island. Closer to home, students can also be active in community development projects in Yonezawa, Yamagata
Prefecture.


                                                             COURSES




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                                                  Department of Tourism

                                                               OVERVIEW
  The Department of Tourism was founded in April 2001, enhancing the programs and reputation of its predecessor, a two-year junior college
Department of Tourism. When it was established in 1963, it was the first faculty of its kind in Japanese higher education.
Emphasis is directed toward providing training and education grounded on the theories of international tourism, and toward researching
tourism from interdisciplinary and international perspective.
  Many of our faculty members are former executives of tourism organizations, such as Japan National Tourist Organization, as well as former
executives of international airlines, travel operators, and hotels. Students can benefit from the faculty's wealth of real-world experience, and
take advantage of studying international tourism more practically and effectively than in traditional courses based solely on textbooks.
  We will provide three main different academic courses, enabling students to easily plan for their future careers: courses for 'Tourism
industry,' 'Hospitality industry,' and 'Tourism planning.'
  All of our students, if they want, have an opportunity to take part in practical training, known as "internships," in off-camps, tourism-related
business and organizations, such as hotels, travel agencies, transport organizations, tourist bureaus run by local governments, along with
many others. These internships will provide students with invaluable job experiences in the real world, and increase their competence in the
major field.




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                                            Department of Life Sciences

                                                              OVERVIEW
   The Department of Life Sciences was established in 1997. The Department is located in Itakura town, Gunma Prefecture. The program
provides opportunities for all students to improve their knowledge and understanding of life sciences. The curriculum consists of many
sciences including Biochemistry, Agrochemistry, Organic Chemistry from basic to advanced studies. The Department of Life Sciences
offers three attractive courses entitled "Bioscience", "Bioengineering" and "Environmental Biology", and students may select their major
after completing initial studies. Excellent facilities allow students to research problems in life sciences with the most recent biotechnologi-
cal techniques. The Department encourages students to participate in postgraduate programs.


                                                                COURSES




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                                   Department of Human Care and Support

                                                                        OVERVIEW
   The Department of Human Care and Support was established in 2005. At present child population decrease and aged population increase
have become big social problems in Japan. Specially, they produce a big social change which we have never experienced before both in
Japan and the world.
   Child population decrease has changed greatly the environment around child care and caused many problems attracting social attention
like child abuse, lowering criminal age and so on. These problems become problems if we don’t understand family, and community environment,
child’s mental health and child welfare totally.
   Japan entered in the aging society in which the birthrate decreases, the average life span lengthens and aged population is rapidly on the
increase. In it, we have many problems attracting social attention such as the worry of the aged care, the increase in the aged with the
dementia disease, the defect of the social security and the like. These problems also have to be understood along with family and community
environment, mental health and welfare of the aged in total manner.
   The Department of Human Care and Support aims at the training of professionals in child care, care work, mental health, social work, and
bases on the comprehensive knowledge of mental health, social welfare, and health sciences.
   The department offers students Bachelor Degree of Life Design as well as offering special courses to assist them to obtain the qualification
of the Certified Social Worker, the Certified Care Worker, the Certified Child Care Specialist, the Certified Psychiatric Social Worker, and
the Teacher’s Certificate of Preschool.


                                                                         COURSES
      Introduction of Study on Life Design                                   Seminar on Psychiatric Social Work Practice ,
      Study on Life Cycle                                                    Psychiatric Social Wok Practicum
      Information Processing ,                                               Guidance of Psychiatric Social Work Practicum , ,
      Introduction to Human Care and Support ,                               Introduction to Care Practice
      General Theory of Care ,                                               Basic Care Skills , ,
      Principles of Child Nursing A, B                                       Domestic Science ,
      Psychiatry ,                                                           Practice of Domestic Science ,
      Introduction to Human Care and Support A, B                            Recreation Practice ,
      Principles of Social Welfare ,                                         Techniques of Care for Persons with Visual Disabilities
      Introduction to Human Care and Support A, B                            Techniques of Care for Persons with Hearing or Speech Disabilities
      Introduction to Human Care and Support A, B                            Techniques of Care for Elderly Person with Dementia
      Comprehensive Seminar ,                                                Care Practice , A, B, A, B
      Social Welfare for the Aged ,                                          Care Practice Supervision , ,
      Foundations of Education ,                                             Rehabilitation
      Mental Health ,                                                        Techniques of Care for Persons with Impairment of Internal Organ
      Child Welfare and Family Services ,                                    Techniques of Care for Persons with Disability of Movement
      Social Welfare for Persons with Disabilities ,                         Basic Skills (Art) ,
      Educational Psychology ,                                               Basic Skills (Music) ,
      Mental Health and Social Services ,                                    Basic Skills (Physical Training for Children) ,
      Social Security ,                                                      Child Health ,
      Psychology of the Aged                                                 Hygienics of Infants and Children
      Psychology of Persons with Disabilities                                Child Nutrition (with Training)
      Introduction to Child Care                                             Nursing Practice
      Developmental Psychology                                               Nursing ,
      Psychiatric Rehabilitation ,                                           Handicapped Child Care
      Public Assistance                                                      Child Care, Institutions
      Community Welfare                                                      Nursing Practice ,
      Graduation Thesis                                                      Preschool Education (Words)
      Family Support                                                         Preschool Education (Environment)
      Clinical Psychology                                                    Preschool Education (Health)
      Introduction to Health & Medicine , ,                                  Preschool Education (Human Relationships)
      History of Child Welfare Institution                                   Preschool Education (ExpressionA Music)
      Administration of Social Welfare Institution                           Preschool Education (ExpressionB Physical Training)
      Special Lecture on Administration ,                                    Preschool Education (ExpressionC Art)
      Social Work Skill Theory , , ,                                         Preschool Education (Introduction)
      Seminar on Social Work Practice , , ,                                  Principles of Child Nursing
      Field Work Practicum of Social Work Skills                             Child Care Method of Instruction ,
      Guidance for Field Work Practicum of Social Work Skills   ,   ,        Recreation Technique Training
      Psychiatric Social Work Practical Skills ,                             Music Assistance Technology




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                                     Department of Health Care and Sports

                                                             OVERVIEW
   The Department of Health Care and Sports holds the view that health is indispensable to lead life richly. It is important to support the
effectiveness of sports and physical activity in promoting health by studying related science fields. Our department curriculum includes
humanities, natural science and social science courses connected with physical activity, and also has intensive training and practice in order
to develop students’ capability to verify studies. Although a specialization in health and sports sciences, the department aims to establish a
generalist approach to this field.


                                                                COURSES
      Introduction of Study on Life Design                               Industrial Safety and Health Law ,
      Study on Life Cycle                                                Industrial Health ,
      Information Processing ,                                           Measurement and Test ,
      Seminar on Health and Sports                                       Sports Injury and Prevention ,
         A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B                                          Clinical Experience of Fitness Training ,
      Introduction to Health and Sports                                  Biomechanics ,
      Physiology and Biochemistry ,                                      Theoretical Basis of Fitness Training
      Practice of Physiology and Biochemistry                            Aqua Exercise: Practical Training
      Functional Anatomy ,                                               Theory of Recreation
      Health Care & Promotion ,                                          Recreation Training
      Exercise Physiology ,                                              Aqua Exercise: Theoretical Study
      History of Health ,                                                Aerobic Dance Exercise: Practical Training   ,
      Anatomy ,                                                          Sports Management
      Method of Exercise Load Test                                       Aerobic Dance Exercise: Theoretical Study
      Public Health ,                                                    Welfare Recreation Technigue Training
      Exercise Nutrition ,                                               Theory of Rehabilitation
      First Aid, Wrapping and Taping                                     Sports for Handicapped Persons
      Health Psychology                                                  Lifelong Sports
      Sports Medicine                                                    Sports for Elderly
      Health Sociology ,                                                 Science of Nursing , ,
      Healthy Lifestyle                                                  Nursing Practice
      Anthropology of Sports ,                                           Introduction to Health & Medicine , ,
      Culture of Physical Exercise ,                                     Immunology and Pharmacology
      Sports Psychology                                                  Exercise Physiology Practice
      Social History of Sports ,                                         Anatomy Practice
      Sports Ethnology ,                                                 Public Health Practice
      Health Promotion Policy                                            Biomechanics Practice
      Growth, Development and Aging                                      Field Work Practicum of Health and Sports
      Exercise Prescription                                              Reading of Foreign Texts
      Field Work for Health and Sports                                      A, B, A, B, A, B
      Health Care Administration                                         Graduation Thesis
      Labor Standards Law




                               Department of Human Environment Design

                                                             OVERVIEW
  The Department of Human Environment Design aspires to combine the knowledge of engineering, social welfare, human life, and
economics to provide students with the understanding of universal design (UD) as well as to promote the environment, products and systems
that are accessible and usable to as many people as possible. In order to allow all people to have equal access to the environment in which
they live, it is important to ensure that those people that are involved in the design of such environment understand the needs of people of
various abilities and have the knowledge and understanding of UD as well as the social and economic infrastructure needed to provide
universally accessible environment.

  Our curriculum provides the following courses for the third and the fourth year students:

 Architecture Design Course
  This course provides the instruction on the design and planning of 1) houses that are safe and accessible to everyone who lives in, 2)
buildings and community environment that are not only universally usable but also in harmony with the surrounding environment, and




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3) facilities for the elderly/children.

  Life Support Design Course
   This course provides the instruction on 1) the design of welfare apparatuses/equipments and design of assistive devices/equipments
that meet the needs of individual users and 2) communication support technology for the visually and hearing impaired.

 Product Design Course
  This course provides the instruction on the design of universally accessible/usable products, Web page and information interface that
are integral and crucial components of modern society.

  These courses prepare students for careers as qualified architects, city planners, landscape designers, rehabilitation engineers, interior
designers, product designers, and information technology engineers.


                                                               COURSES
      Introduction to Human Environment Design                          City Planning
      Introduction to Universal Design                                  Safety Engineering
      Basic Design ,                                                    Environment Design
      Universal Design Theories                                         Building and Environment Design Workshop A, B
      Ergonomics                                                        Mechanics of Architectural Structures and Materials
      Investigation and Analysis method                                 Architectural Space Design
      Computer Aided Design ,                                           Mobility and Transport Planning
      Architectural Design ,                                            Environmental Engineering and Equipment Planning
      City Planning and Design                                          Structural Theories and Planning
      History of Tools                                                  Landscape Design
      Basic Study of Product Design                                     Medical and Welfare Architectural Planning
      Advanced Design Study ,                                           Assistive Technology Design Workshop A, B
      Design Communication Skills                                       Design for Computers Helping People with Special Needs
      Marketing                                                         Design of Assistive Devices ,
      Community Participation                                           Assistive Robotics
      Housing Planning and Design                                       Rehabilitation Engineering
      Construction and City Planning Regulations ,                      Product Design Workshop A, B
      Planning of Living Environment                                    Information Design ,
      Computer Graphic Design                                           Product Design ,
      Industry and Product Design                                       Graduation Research
      Universal Design Special Theories A, B                            Graduation Project
      Theory on Housing Arrangements and Technical Aids                 Building and Environment Design Projects A, B
      Human Interface                                                   Assistive Technology Design Projects A, B
      Communication and Sign Design                                     Product Design Workshop A, B




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                             GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

                                       COURSES
Juvenile Literature                        Life and Mathematics
Art of Writing                             Life and Physics
Interpretation of Sentences                Life and Environment
Oral Communication Method                  NPO Management
Method of Studying Documents               Theory of Venture Business
Debate and Discussion Technique            Business Administration
Presentation Technique                     Fundamental Accounting
An Outline of the Music                    School and Community (including School Safety and Security)
An Outline of the Fine Arts                Introduction to Area Studies Methodology
Philosophy                                 Administration and Welfare of Saitama Prefecture
Man and Religion                           Resuscitation
Bioethics                                  Community Development
Human Rights and Civil Life                Interdisciplinary Studies
Generation Theory                          Basic English Communication ,
Culture Studies                            Advanced English Communication ,
Theory on Non-profit Activities            Technical Speaking ,
Life and Family                            Technical Reading ,
Life and Housing                           Technical Writing ,
Nutrition of Living                        English and Culture
Housing and Urban Problems                 German and Culture
Counseling                                 French and Culture
Psychology                                 Chinese and Culture
Economics                                  Korean and Culture
Law                                        Sports and Health Science: Practical Training
The Constitution of Japan                     A, B, A, B, A, B
Theory on Care-Management                  Special Course in Advanced TOEFL ,
Sociology                                  Introduction of Study on Life Design
Sociology of Life and Death                Study on Life Cycle
Sociology of Family                        Information Processing ,




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                                                                   Philosophy

                                                                   OVERVIEW
   Toyo University was founded as the TETSUGAKUKAN in the middle of Meiji era when Japan was suffering in the direction of modernization
between the various thoughts of Western Europe and the pluralistic thoughts of Japan. This is, we believe, the specific character and history
of the department. We have faced the philosophy as the basis of every science squarely without leaning toward the Western Philosophy nor tradi-
tional thought of Japan.
   The principal aim of this major is to conduct the researches and education, focusing on Western philosophy from ancient Greece to modern
times and keeping Japanese philosophy in and after the Meiji era in the field of view, in order to bring up researchers and to cultivate
individuals who have high level of knowledge and flexible conception.


                                                                    COURSES
   Master's Course                                                        Special Lecture on Indian Philosophy
      Special Lecture on Philosophy                                       Studies in Chinese Philosophy
      Seminar on Philosophy                                               Special Lecture on Japanese Philosophy
      Studies in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy                          Seminar on Japanese Philosophy
      Seminar on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy                          Special Lecture on Practical Philosophy
      Studies in Modern Philosophy                                        Special Lecture on Indian Philosophy
      Seminar on Modern Philosophy ,                                      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Philosophy
      Studies in Contemporary Philosophy
      Seminar on Contemporary Philosophy ,
      Special Lecture on Logic                                          Doctoral Course
      Special Lecture on Ethics                                           Special Research on Philosophy
      Special Lecture on Contemporary Philosophy                          Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Philosophy




                                                           Buddhist Studies

                                                                   OVERVIEW
   The postgraduate course of Buddhist studies has been the central part of our university since the founder Dr. Enryo Inoue established the
Tetsugakukan in the Meiji era. This course is estimated as one of the great centers of Buddhist studies in Japan. It has no relation with any
specific Buddhist sects.
   In this course, we provide three major study fields of 1) Indian Philosophy and Religions as well as its Culture, 2) Indian Buddhism,
including Tibetan Buddhism, and 3) Chinese and Japanese Buddhism. Students should choose at least one class of every major field. We
also provide classes for the canonical, classical languages; Sanskrit, Pali, Tibetan and Chinese. Students can increase their special knowl-
edge and technical ability to handle original texts.
   Many foreign students study in this course, and all the students enjoy their academic life.


                                                                    COURSES
   Master's Course                                                      Doctoral Course
      Study of Sanskrit Literature ,                                      Special Research on Indian Philosophy
      Study of Indian Philosophy                                          Special Research on Buddhist Studies
      Study of Early Buddhism ,                                           Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Indian Philosophy
                    - -
      Study of Mahayana Buddhism                                          Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Buddhist Studies
      Study of Chinese Buddhism ,
      Study of Japanese Buddhism ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Indian Philosophy
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Buddhist Studies




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                                                        Japanese Literature

                                                                     OVERVIEW
   The Toyo graduate program in Japanese Literature offers courses leading to master’s and doctoral degrees. The wide-ranging program
engages in all historical periods of Japanese literature, Japanese language, and Japanese culture. We have a prominent faculty and respond
to the diverse needs of its students. We are committed to train our students to be effective teachers and outstanding scholars. Students are
strongly urged to participate in the activities of academic societies and to publish articles in scholarly magazines.
   Literature is an accumulation of the most sophisticated language of the country. Japanese have expressed Yamatogokoro (the Japanese
sensibility) since the eighth century, and have developed various forms of the literary expression, such as waka, tale, poem, and novel. The
expression is highly important as a yardstick of Japanese culture and as a material for studying Japanese language. Our goal is to advance
the level of literary studies and to aid our students to gain a broad knowledge of Japanese literature/language/culture as well as the highly-
developed skills in scholarship and criticism necessary to do solid and innovative work in their chosen specialized fields.


                                                                      COURSES
    Master's Course                                                      Doctoral Course
      Special Lecture on Japanese Literature                               Special Research on Japanese Literature
      Special Lecture on Japanese Language ,                               Special Research on Japanese Language
      Seminar on Japanese Literature                                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Japanese Literature
      Seminar on Japanese Language ,                                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Japanese Language     ,
      History of Japanese Fine Arts
      Comparative Literature
      Special Lecture on Chinese Literature
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Japanese Literature
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Japanese Language     ,




                                                        Chinese Philosophy

                                                                     OVERVIEW
   The graduate course contains studies for Chinese philosophy, literature and civilization, from ancient to modern. Four full-time professors
direct each study of the students in the seminar or class in direction of the study. Prof. YOSHIDA's major is the study of thoughts in Song
and Ming Dynasty, Prof. ABE's(pronounced AH-bay) is Chinese linguistics & literature, Prof. YAMADA's Religious Taoism, and Prof.
NOMA's is Chinese modern literature and Taiwanese literature.
   The studies of Chinese Philosophy is the studies of the history of Chinese arts, so it is necessary to make wider historical and philological
view. Therefore the object of the Master Course is to get accurately reading comprehension in modern and classical Chinese, and gain
knowledge about Chinese studies. Moreover it is requested logical study as a philosophy.


                                                                      COURSES
    Master's Course                                                      Doctoral Course
      Special Lecture on Chinese Philosophy                                Special Research on Chinese Philosophy
      Seminar on Chinese Philosophy                                        Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Chinese Philosophy
      Studies in Chinese Philosophy
      Special Lecture on Chinese Literature ,
      Seminar on Chinese Literature ,
      Studies in Chinese Language ,
      Special Lecture on Philosophy
      Special Lecture on Comparative Philosophy
      Special Lecture on Buddhist Studies
      Special Lecture on Eastern History
      Studies in Eastern Literature
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Chinese Philosophy




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                                                          English Literature

                                                                  OVERVIEW
   The Toyo Graduate Department of English Literature (TGDEL) consists of four specialized fields; English Literature, American
Literature, Comparative Literature and English Linguistics. It is a distinguishing trait of the TGDEL that it has Comparative Literature as a
separate field and History of English Thought for a seminar subject. Students specialize in one of the above-mentioned fields. They prepare
their M.A. theses under the guidance of their supervisors while taking seminars mainly of their fields in two years of the master's course.
The doctor's course is chiefly intended as a preparatory period for those students who seriously consider going into the teaching profession at
university level. They are expected to publish at least once a year an academic paper which may be incorporated into their doctoral dissertations.
The TGDEL is a founding member of the Council for Associated Graduate English Departments composed of twelve graduate schools mostly
in Tokyo. Under this scheme students can attend courses offered by member graduate schools and present research papers at an annual meet-
ing sponsored by the Council.

                                                                        COURSES
    Master's Course                                                        Doctoral Course
      Seminar on English Literature ,                                        Special Research on English Literature
      Seminar on American Literature                                         Special Research on American Literature ,
      Seminar on Comparative Literature                                      Special Research on Comparative Literature
      Seminar on English Linguistics                                         Special Research on English Linguistics ,
      Special Lecture on English Literature                                  Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertations in English Literature ,
      Special Lecture on American Literature                                 Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertations in American Literature ,
      Special Lecture on English Linguistics                                 Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertations in Comparative Literature
      History of English Thought                                             Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertations in English Linguistics ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in English Literature ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in American Literature ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Comparative Literature
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in English Linguistics ,




                                                                        History

                                                                  OVERVIEW
   History course consists of Japanese history, Oriental history, and Western history, and has a variety of staff of each time from ancient to
modern times to correspond to the various needs of those who want to study each field specifically in depth. In addition to entrance examination
for graduate students a course carries out recommendation entrance examination for those who work in various fields of society, especially
in the educational and the cultural. For these students a course provides a day-and-night opening course.
   What a course expects the students to keep in mind in their research is to establish self-reflexive attitude which can make their judgment
on history balanced and independent. To study history as a professional historian the most important is to select verifiable and reliable
sources and make analysis based upon them, which a course supports the post-graduate students to master.
   In addition, a course supports a lot of activities of the post-graduate students. Hakusan Shigakukai (Hakusan Historical Institution), chiefly
consisted of the teachers and the graduate and the post-graduate students of the historical department of Toyo University, and Hakusan
Shigaku (a bulletin of Hakusan Shigakukai) will offer an opportunity to make their research results to be reported or published.
   As is often said, history repeats itself. The message for the future is often left behind in the footprint the time left behind. I am convinced
that uncover and resurrect it in our age is the duty of those who learn history. It is clue to various problems in the modern society.

                                                                        COURSES
    Master's Course                                                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Eastern History
      Special Lecture on Japanese History                                    Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Western History
      Special Lecture on Eastern History
      Special Lecture on Western History
      Seminar on Japanese History                                          Doctoral Course
      Seminar on Eastern History                                             Special Research on Japanese History
      Seminar on Western History                                             Special Research on Eastern History
      Special Lecture of Archaeology                                         Special Research on Western History
      Studies in Japanese Historical Literature                              Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Japanese History
      Studies in Eastern Historical Literature                               Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Eastern History
      Studies in Western Historical Literature                               Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Western History
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Japanese History




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                                                                            Education

                                                                               COURSES
    Master's Course                                                                   Seminar on Culture of Living Life
      Special Lecture on School Education                                             Special Lecture on Clinical Psychology for the Children with Developmental Disabilities
      Seminar on School Education                                                     Special Lecture on Theory of Learning-Teaching
      Special Lecture on Educational Theories                                         Special Seminar on Theory of Learning-Teaching
      Seminar on Educational Theories                                                 Special Lecture on Psychological Assessment
      Special Seminar on Historical Theories in Education                             Special Seminar on Educational Psychology in Applied Settings
      Seminar on History in Comparative Education                                     Seminar on Educational Psychology in Applied Settings
      Special Lecture on Education for the Children with Developmental Disabilities   Special Lecture on Psychological Therapy of Clinical Education
      Seminar on Education for the Children with Developmental Disabilities           Special Lecture on Psychological of Clinical Education
      Special Lecture on Psychological Development                                    Seminar on Psychological of Clinical Education
      Special Lecture on Psychological Adjustment                                     Special Lecture on Psychological Therapy of Clinical Education
      Seminar on Psychological Adjustment                                             Counseling Practice
      Special Lecture on Learning Psychology                                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Pedagogy
      Special Lecture on Guidance and Career-Education
      Special Lecture on Lifelong Learning
      Seminar on Planning of Lifelong Learning                                      Doctoral Course
      Special Lecture on Educational Sociology                                        Special Study on Pedagogy
      Seminar on Woman's Studies                                                      Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertations in Education
      Special Lecture on Culture of Living Life




                                                           English Communication

                                                                            OVERVIEW
   The Division of English Communication is designed to equip future professionals with advanced skills and a high level of expertise in English
instruction, cross-cultural communication, translation and interpreting. We are committed to helping students to acquire skill-based competence
through independent research and pragmatic training.
   In order to meet this objective, classes and course work are so organized as to deepen general theoretical insight into cross-cultural communica-
tion and understanding, to achieve competence in the skillful application of sophisticated tools of linguistic analysis, and thirdly but most impor-
tantly, to effectively acquire and sharpen efficiency in English in its varied uses under fast-changing circumstances.


                                                                               COURSES
    Master's Course                                                                         Special Research on Communicative English
    Lectures and Seminars:
      Syntactic Analysis of English                                                         Tutorial on Structural Analysis of English
      Contrastive Analysis of English and Japanese                                          Tutorial on Contrastive Analysis of English and Japanese
      English Pragmatics                                                                    Tutorial on English Culture
      Translation and Interpreting                                                          Tutorial on Text Theories
      Cross-Cultural Communication                                                          Tutorial on Globalization and English Education
      Speech Communication                                                                  Tutorial on Communicative English
      English Literature and English Culture
      Text Theories                                                                     Tutorials:
      Globalization and English Education                                                 Tutorial on Syntactic Analysis of English
      Teaching of Communicative English                                                   Tutorial on Contrastive Analysis of English and Japanese
                                                                                          Tutorial on English Pragmatics
                                                                                          Tutorial on Translation and Interpreting
    Doctoral Course                                                                       Tutorial on Cross-Cultural Communication
      Special Research on English Culture                                                 Tutorial on Speech Communication
      Special Research in the Structural Analysis of English                              Tutorial on English Literature and English Culture
      Special Research in the Contrastive Analysis of English and Japanese                Tutorial on Text Theories
      Special Research on Text Theories                                                   Tutorial on Globalization and English Education
      Special Research in the Globalization and English Education                         Tutorial on Teaching of Communicative English




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                                                                                     Sociology

                                                                                     OVERVIEW
   The Division of Sociology of Toyo University has a long tradition of having distinguished Japanese scholars of Sociology and
Anthropology as faculty members, such as Toda Teizo, Suzuki Eitaro, Koyama Takashi, Isomura Eiichi, and Mabuchi Toichi. Based on this
tradition, the present faculty prides itself on its diversity and collaborative spirit in research and education.
   The Division of Sociology offers graduate training in four fields: Sociology, Anthropology, Informatics and Communication Studies
(Master's Course and Doctoral Course). The training aims at acquiring the theoretical backgrounds and the methodological skills as a basis for
academic career and for practical application. We welcome not only students with the goal of proceeding to the doctoral degree, but also
those who intend to combine these academic experiences with the real life situations and pursue their career possibilities. The course pro-
vides wide varieties of curriculum, and encourages to combine the theoretical background with the field research. Activating these features,
students are encouraged to deepen their research in the interdisciplinary area, making use of credit transfer system among twenty universities
in the metropolitan area.


                                                                                        COURSES
   Master's Course                                                                           Doctoral Course
      Reading Materials in the Original Language                                               Research on Sociology
      Lecture on Sociology                                                                     Research on Cultural Anthropology
      Lecture on Cultural Anthropology                                                         Research on Socio-Informatics and Communication Studies                           ,
      Lecture on Socio-informatics and Communication Studies                                   Research on Social Psychology ,
      Seminar on Sociology
      Seminar on Cultural Anthropology ,                                                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Sociology
      Seminar on Socio-informatics and Communication Studies                                   Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Cultural Anthropology
                                                                                               Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Socio-informatics and Communication Studies ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Sociology                                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Social Psychology ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Cultural Anthropology
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Socio-Informatics and Communication Studies




                                                                          Social Psychology

                                                                                     OVERVIEW
   Social psychology major in Graduate Faculty of Sociology was established in 2004. The basic goal of the graduate major is to provide
training in psychological science and related disciplines, which enables students to develop abilities to conduct basic and applied research on
human social behavior. Three categories of courses are offered in the major as listed below. The first category consists of courses on
research methods, which provide practical training in conducting experimental and survey research and analyzing data with appropriate sta-
tistical methods. The second category has courses of special lectures on newly active research areas, such as cognitive social psychology,
clinical social psychology, developmental social psychology, and so on. The courses of the third category are six research seminars, where
students are encouraged to present their research plans, and discuss them with the teachers and fellow students, in order to improve and then
actually conduct them. The curriculum also includes a special ‘all-round seminar,” where the faculty members and graduate students meet
together, and listen to presentations on current topics in social psychology, and then discuss them for better understanding.
   We welcome students who are highly motivated to conduct empirical research, and eager to provide society with the knowledge gained
through it, in order to solve social and psychological problems of modern society.


                                                                                        COURSES
   Master's Course                                                                             Special Lecture     (Mind and Body)
      Introduction To Social Psychology                                                        Seminar     (Attitudes and Opinions)
      Research Method      (Information Processing)                                            Seminar     (Self Processes)
      Research Method      (Survey Research)                                                   Seminar     (Personality)
      Research Method      (Statistical and Multiuariate Analysis)                             Seminar     (Group Processes)
      Research Method      (Qualitative Research                                               Seminar     (Psychology and Law)
      Research Method      (Qualitative Research                                               Seminar     (Industrial Psychology)
      Special Lecture   (Social Cognition)                                                     Integrated Seminar on Social Psychology
      Special Lecture   (Interpersonal Relationships)                                          Research Training      (Attitudes and Opinions)
      Special Lecture   (Developmental Psychology)                                             Research Training      (Social Cognition)
      Special Lecture   (Clinical Psychology)                                                  Research Training      (Self Processes)
      Special Lecture   (Disaster and Human Behavior)                                          Research Training      (Group Processes)




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      Research Training   (Personality)                                     Doctoral Course
      Research Training   (Developmental Psychology)                          Advanced Social Psychology
      Research Training   (Psychology and Law)                                Integrated Seminar on Social Psychology
      Research Training   (Industrial Psychology)                             Research Training
      Research Training   (Disaster and Human Behavior)
      Research Training   (Information Processing)




                                                              Private Law

                                                                OVERVIEW
  The Graduate School of Law is divided into two schools: the School of Private Law and the School of Public Law. The former offers
some major areas of study: Civil Law, Commercial Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property Law, Labor Law, and Private International
Law.
  For the person who has a job or had a job in the past after graduation, also can study under the same condition at the School of Private
Law. The students shall be trained kindly enough.


                                                                   COURSES
   Master's Course                                                          Doctoral Course
      Special Lecture on Civil Law                                            Special Research on Civil Law ,
      Seminar on Civil Law                                                    Special Seminar on Civil Law
      Seminar Lecture on Commercial Law ,                                     Seminar Research on Commercial Law ,
      Seminar Commercial Law                                                  Special Seminar on Commercial Law ,
      Seminar on Company Law                                                  Seminar Research on Comparative Law
      Special Lecture on Civil Procedure Law                                  Special Seminar on Company Law
      Seminar on Civil Procedure Law ,                                        Special Research on Civil Procedure
      Special Lecture on Legal Philosophy                                     Special Seminar on Civil Procedure ,
      Special Lecture on Legal History                                        Special Seminar on Intellectual Property Law
      Foreign Law (English)                                                   Special Research on Private International Law
      Foreign Law (German)                                                    Special Seminar on Labor Law
      Foreign Law (French)                                                    Special Seminar on Economic Law
      Seminar on Private International Law                                    Special Research on Anglo-American Property Law
      Seminar on Intellectual Property Law
      Special Lecture on Labor Law                                            Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Civil Law
      Seminar on Labor Law                                                    Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Commercial Law ,
      Seminar on Workmen's Compensation Law                                   Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Civil Procedure Law ,
      Special Lecture on Economic Law                                         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Company Law
      Seminar on Economic Law                                                 Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Private International Law
      Special Lecture on Building Law                                         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Intellectual Property Law
      Seminar on Constitutional                                               Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Labor Law
      Seminar on Original Texts (English)                                     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Economic Law
      Special Lecture on Economic Theory
      Seminar on Criminal Law ,
      Seminar on Criminal Procedure
      Seminar on Administrative Science
      Seminar on Political Science

      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Civil Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Commercial Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Civil Procedure Law ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Company Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Private International Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Intellectual Property Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Labor Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Workmen's Compensation Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Economic Law




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                                                                                        Public Law

                                                                                          OVERVIEW
   The Graduate School of Law has two courses: the Course of Civil Law and the Course of Public Law. The Course of Public Law offers
five major fields of study: Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Political Science. It offers also
some practical curriculum such as Taxation Law and some unique seminars such as Seminar on Law for Children and Juveniles.
   In the Master's Program, there are many graduate students who aim at the judge, lawyer, judicial scrivener, certified tax accountant, and
public servant in addition to the students who aim at the researcher, and they are taught in a small class. In the Doctor's Program, the number
of the students in a class is very few and they get more intensive academic training.
   The relationship between professors and students is traditionally a very close one and the active OB/OG students fraternize with students
on many occasions: for example the freshmen" welcome party in May and the graduation party in March.
   The School has also a special entrance examination system for the career persons in the light of the practical character of law study. We
hope that highly motivated students will apply for our School.


                                                                                              COURSES
   Master's Course                                                                                        Doctoral Course
      Seminar on Constitutional Law ,                                                                       Special Research on Constitutional Law
      Seminar on Public Administrative Law ,                                                                Special Research on Administrative Law ,
      Seminar on Public Administration                                                                      Special Research on Taxation Law
      Special Lecture on Criminal Law                                                                       Special Research on Public International Law
      Seminar on Criminal Law ,                                                                             Special Research on Political Science
      Special Lecture on Criminal Procedure                                                                 Special Research on Criminal Law ,
      Seminar on Criminal Procedure                                                                         Special Research on Criminal Procedure
      Special Lecture on Criminal Policy                                                                    Special Research on Criminal Policy
      Special Lecture on Taxation Law                                                                       Special Research on Social Security Law
      Seminar on Taxation Law                                                                               Special Research on Comparative History of Legal Thoughts
      Special Lecture on Legal Philosophy                                                                   Special Research on Legal Philosophy
      Seminar on Political Science                                                                          Special Research on Administrative Science
      Foreign Law (English)
      Foreign Law (German)                                                                                  Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Constitutional Law
      Seminar on Law for Children and Juveniles                                                             Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Political Science
      Seminar on the Comparative and Historical Study of Legal Philosophy                                   Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Administrative Law ,
      Special Lecture on Social Security Law                                                                Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Administrative Science
      Seminar on Administrative Law ,                                                                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Criminal Law
      Seminar on Administrative Science                                                                     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Criminal Procedure
      Special Lecture on Public International Law                                                           Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Taxation Law
      Foreign Law (French)
      Special Lecture on Legal History
      Special Lecture on Civil Law
      Seminar on Original Texts (English)
      Special Lecture on Administrative Law
      Special Lecture on Economic Theory
      Seminar on International Law
      Special Lecture on Civil Law
      Seminar on Civil Law
      Seminar on Commercial Law
      Seminar on Civil Procedure Law

      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Constitutional Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Law for Children and Juveniles
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Administrative Law ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Administrative Science
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Criminal Law ,
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Criminal Procedure
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Taxation Law
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Political Science
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in the Comparative and Historical Study of Legal Philosophy
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in International Law




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                                                     Business Administration

                                                                  OVERVIEW
   The Graduate School of Business Administration offers two master degree programs, a business administration course and a business,
accounting & finance course. The business administration course is for students to be researchers and/or business professionals.
  Moreover, Doctoral Course is provided for those who have finished master's course.


                                                                     COURSES
   Master's Course                                                         Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Business Management
      Special Lecture on Business Administration                           Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Management and Organization
      Seminar on Business Administration                                   Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Theory of the Firm
      Special Lecture on Business History                                  Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Personnel and Industrial Relations
      Seminar on Business History                                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Financial Management
      Special Lecture on Business Management                               Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in International Management
      Seminar on Business Management                                       Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Information Management
      Special Lecture on Management and Organization                       Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Marketing Management
      Seminar on Management and Organization                               Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Distributive Trade
      Special Lecture on International Management                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Advertising
      Seminar on International Management                                  Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in International Finance
      Special Lecture on Business Corporation                              Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in History of Commerce
      Special Lecture on Labor Management                                  Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Investments
      Special Lecture on Financial Management                              Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Financial Accounting
      Seminar on Financial Management                                      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Management Accounting
      Special Lecture on Marketing                                         Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Auditing
      Seminar on Marketing                                                 Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Tax Accounting
      Special Lecture on Distributive Trade                                Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Cost Accounting
      Seminar on Distributive Trade                                        Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Systems Theory
      Special Lecture on Advertising
      Seminar on Advertising
      Special Lecture on History of Commerce                             Doctoral Course
      Seminar on History of Commerce                                       Special Research on Business Administration
      Special Lecture on Security Analysis                                 Special Research on Business History
      Seminar on Security Analysis                                         Special Research on Business Management
      Special Lecture on Financial Accounting                              Special Research on Management Organization
      Seminar on Financial Accounting                                      Special Research on Financial Management
      Special Lecture on Auditing                                          Special Research on Decision System Theory
      Seminar on Auditing                                                  Special Research on the Asian Corporation
      Special Lecture on Tax Accounting                                    Special Research on Tax Accounting
      Seminar on Tax Accounting                                            Special Research on Financial Accounting
      Special Lecture on Managerial Accounting                             Special Research on Auditing
      Seminar on Managerial Accounting                                     Special Research on History of Commerce
      Special Lecture on Cost Accounting                                   Special Research on Advertising
      Seminar on Cost Accounting                                           Special Research on Security
      Special Lecture on Systems Theory                                    Special Research on the Theory of the Firm in Asia
      Seminar on Systems Theory                                            Special Research on Investments
      Special Lecture on Information Management
      Seminar on Information Management                                    Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Business Administration
      Seminar on Business Corporation                                      Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Management and Organization
      Special Lecture on Personnel and Industrial Relations                Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Business History
      Seminar on Personal and Industrial Relations                         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Business Management
      Special Lecture on Marketing Management                              Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Financial Management
      Seminar on Marketing Management                                      Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Decision Systems Theory
      Special Lecture on International Finance                             Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in the Theory of the Firm in Asia
      Seminar on International Finance                                     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Tax Accounting
      Special Lecture on Investments                                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Financial Accounting
      Seminar on Investments                                               Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Auditing
                                                                           Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in History of Commerce
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Business Administration     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Investments
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Business History            Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Advertising




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                                           Business, Accounting & Finance

                                                          OVERVIEW
  The Graduate School of Business Administration offers two master degree programs, a business administration course and a business,
accounting & finance course.
  The business, accounting & finance course consists of an entrepreneur course and an accounting & finance course. Both courses are
mainly for ones who are business executives and accounting professions or to be entrepreneurs.


                                                           COURSES
   Master's Program                                               Accounting & Finance Course:
   Entrepreneur Course:                                             Fundamental Financial Accounting
     Management Philosophy                                          Advanced Financial Accounting
     Corporate Governance                                           Fundamental Bookkeeping
     Business Ethics                                                Advanced Bookkeeping
     Investor Realtions                                             Fundamental Cost Accounting
     Managing Inter-organization                                    Advanced Cost Accounting
     Inter-organization Strategy                                    Fundamental Management Accounting
     Management System                                              Advanced Management Accounting
     Corporate Culture                                              Fundamental Auditing
     Small Business                                                 Advanced Auditing
     Business Plan                                                  Fundamental Tax Accounting
     International Small Business                                   Advanced Tax Accounting
     Human Resource Management                                      Corporate Law ,
     Human Resource Development                                     Tax Law ,
     Corporate Strategy                                             Seminar on Accounting Practice
     Business Environment                                           Fundamental Corporate Finance
     Junior Management Director                                     Advanced Corporate Finance
     Outside Director                                               Fundamental Finance
     Venture Capital                                                Advanced Finance
     Entrepreneurship                                               Fundamental Financial Analysis
     Non-Profit Organization                                        Advanced Financial Analysis
     Hospital Management                                            Finance Theory
     Public Utility Management                                      Finance System
     Corporate Philanthropy                                         Merger & Acquisition (M&A)
     Technology Assessment                                          Management Buy-out
     R&D                                                            Financing
     Information Technology                                         Cost of Capital
     Information Systems                                            Capital Budgeting
                                                                    Risk Management
   Entrepreneurship                                                 Derivative
      Corporate Idea                                                Seminar on Accounting & Finance
      Public Utility                                                Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Accounting & Finance
      Seminar on Management Strategy ,
      Seminar on Business                                         Common Subjects
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Business             Business Administration ,
                                                                    Environmental Management
   Common Subjects                                                  Environmental Auditing
      Business Administration ,                                     Marketing Strategy
      Environmental Management                                      Advertising Strategy
      Environmental Auditing                                        Channel Strategy
      Marketing Strategy                                            Consumer Behavior
      Advertising Strategy                                          Intellectual Property Right
      Channel Strategy
      Consumer Behavior
      Intellectual Property Right




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                              Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems

                                                              OVERVIEW
   The times we live in have seen rapid increases of interdisciplinary fields based on wide areas of knowledge. Especially intelligent robot
systems combining intelligent materials, micro-mechatronics, and micro-machines are likely to be among the dominant themes of the twen-
ty-first century.
   Further development of these issues, along with integrated education and research that considers “intelligent systems” combining each
basic technological function is indispensable. In other words, along with an understanding of each function, education and research that permits
a wider perspective of the field is necessary. We believe that such education and research will also have wider applications in other fields,
such as for energy problems and the environment.


                                                                 COURSES
    Master's Course                                                     Nano           s
    Intelligence Systems                                                  Advanced Electron Devices
       Advanced Manufacturing System                                      Advanced Plasma Electronics
       Micro-mechatronics and Control Theory                              Nano-electronics
       Advanced Computational Science and Engineering                     Advanced Electronic Material Science for Engineering
       Advanced Man Machine Interface
       Advanced Intelligent Systems                                     Common Subjects
       Advanced Optimization Engineering                                  Special Topics in Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems
                                                                          Introduction to Bioscience and Nanotechnology
    Mechanical Systems                                                    Advanced Topics and Research in Intelligent Material and Mechatronics
      Advanced Sensing Technology                                         Systems
      Advanced Fluid Dynamics                                             Advanced Seminar in Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems
      Advanced Numerical Fluid Engineering
      Advanced Computational Structural Engineering
      Advanced Continuum Engineering                                    Doctoral Course
      Advanced Energy Conversion                                          Advanced Research in Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems
                                                                          Research Review in Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems
    Bio                 s
       Advanced Biomechanics
       Introduction to Nano-thermostatistical Mechanics
       Micro-Machine
       Advanced Robotics

    Intelligence Materials
       Advances Soft Matters and their Applications
       Advanced Functional Materials
       Advanced Semiconductor Engineering
       Optoelectronics




                                                Biological Applied Chemistry

                                                              OVERVIEW
   The Department of Biological Applied Chemistry strives to give quality education and provide excellent career development leading to
the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy. At the graduate level, the interdisciplinary nature of biological applied chemistry
is manifested in wide-ranging course offerings and diversified research activities. The master degrees normally require two years of study,
and that a thesis be completed. Graduate courses related to biotechnology, environmental chemistry and materials science are provided.
Research interests of the current faculty include such topics as biotechnology, materials science, environmental science, and nano science.
Graduate programs centering on any of these areas are possible. Graduates with a degree of Master of Science in applied chemistry find
employment in biotechnology and environmental industries as well as chemical companies. Candidates for the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy usually have a master’s degree or its equivalent. In addition to the program of courses, a dissertation on a selected topic will be
required. This dissertation must represent a contribution to the state of knowledge. The fifteen designated members of the graduate faculty
have collective expertise ranging in disciplines from microbiology and chemistry to chemical engineering. They also regularly act as
consultants to industry.




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                                                                    COURSES
    Master's Course                                                     Energy Sensor Material Chemistry
    Basic Chemistry                                                       Advanced Organic Materials Science
      Advanced Organic Chemistry                                          Advanced Inorganic Materials Science
      Advanced Inorganic Chemistry                                        Advanced Crystal Engineering
      Advanced Physical Chemistry                                         Advanced Solid Materials
      Advanced Analytical Chemistry                                       Advanced Instrumental Analysis for Materials
      Advanced Biotechnology                                              Advanced Nanoscience
                                                                          Advanced Polymer Materials Science
    Green Chemistry                                                       Advanced Electrochemistry and Materials for Energy Science
      Advanced Atmospheric Chemistry                                      Advanced Sensor Science
      Advanced Environmental Chemistry
      Advanced Photochemistry                                           Common Subjects
      Advanced Ecology                                                    Special Topics in Biological Applied Chemistry
      Advanced Green Chemical Engineering                                 Introduction to Bioscience and Nanotechnology
      Advanced Green Synthetic Chemistry                                  Advanced Topics and Research in Biological Applied Chemistry
      Advanced Instrumental Analysis for Environmental Chemistry          Advanced Seminar in Biological Applied Chemistry
      Advanced Chemical Reaction

    Biotechnology                                                       Doctoral Course
       Advanced Gene Engineering                                           Advanced Research in Biological Applied Chemistry
       Advanced Applied Bioorganic Chemistry                               Research Review in Biological Applied Chemistry
       Advanced Protein Engineering
       Advanced Natural Polymer
       Advanced Bioprocess Engineering
       Advanced Instrumental Analysis in Food and Bio-Science
       Advanced Applied Microbiology
       Advanced Food and Bio-Science




                          Environmental System Planning and Space Design

                                                                   OVERVIEW
  The Department of Environmental System Planning and Space Design provides access to a wide range of professional technologies and
skills for those who would seek to contribute to sustainable urban renovation. The Department provides academic and practical curricula to edu-
cate professional engineers to meet the drastically changing world of aging societies, globalizing business, and empowered communities, and
sustainable sociey. The distinguished research and teaching of the Department focus on the following fields; 1) Creative design skills for a liv-
able society. 2) R & D of technologies and systems symbiotic for cities and a mobile society. 3) Citizen participation and community
empowerment.
4) Integrative urban environmental and management systems and applicable business models.


                                                                    COURSES
    Master's Course                                                        Planning Theory in Life Space Design
    Environment and Ecosystems                                             Maintenance Planning
      Environmental and Facility Design                                    Environmental Geoinformatics
      Environmental Engineering                                            Landscape Design
      System of Water Environment in Basins                                Environmental and Architectural Design Exercises    ,
      Global Water Environment Systems
      Global Environment and Engineering                                Management
                                                                          Building Industry Management
    Construction and Structure                                            Urban Planning and Housing
      Plastic Analysis and Structure Design                               Environmental Policy Planning
      Analysis of Building Structures                                     Civil and Environmental Management
      Environmental Material Engineering                                  Engineering Systematic Mechanisms for Construction Methods
      Environmental Geotechnics                                           Environmental Analysis Systems
      Concrete Engineering
      Design of Structures                                              Common Subjects
                                                                          Universal Design
    Design and Planning                                                   Regional Building Construction Systems
      Planning Theory in Architecture                                     Building System Design
      Space Design                                                        Planning Theory for Residential Environments
      Urban and Architectural History                                     Urban Infrastructure Design




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      Systems for Preservation of Cities                                               Doctoral Course
      Sustainable Resource Management Systems                                            Advanced Research in Environmental System Planning and Space Design
      Environmental Analysis                                                             Research Review in Environmental System Planning and Space Design
      Special Topics in Environmental System Planning and Space Design ,
      Introduction to Bioscience and Nanotechnology
      Advanced Topics and Research in Environmental System Planning and Space Design
      Advanced Study in Environmental System Planning and Space Design Project




                                                         Open Information Systems

                                                                             OVERVIEW
  The Department of Open Information Systems (OIS) which integrates fields of computer science, communication engineering, mathematical
science and computational engineering, aims at research and education into advanced information technologies from multiple points of
views. OIS was established to create new knowledge and technologies, consisting of the following 5 research fields; computer science, software
engineering, information processing, communication technologies and fundamentals, and computer assisted design. It also encourages
research and education for open system problems.


                                                                                COURSES
   Master's Course                                                                     Communication Technologies and Fundamentals
   Computer Science                                                                      Picture Communication Engineering
     VLSI Computer Architecture                                                          Information Security
     Advanced Operating Systems                                                          Digital Transmission System Design
     Theory of Computation                                                               Antennas
     Network Architecture                                                                Advanced Power and Control Engineering
     Distributed Processing                                                              Advanced Electromagnetic Wave Transmission Engineering
     Programming Languages                                                               Electric Power Circuit Analysis
     Advanced Computer Graphics
                                                                                       Computer Assisted Design
   Software Engineering                                                                  Semiconductor Numerical Simulation
     System Simulation Engineering                                                       Advanced Digital Design and Synthesis with CAD
     Algorithmics                                                                        Selected Topics in Open Information Systems
     Software Engineering                                                                Introduction to Bioscience and Nanotechnology
     Multimedia Contents                                                                 Advanced Topic and Research in Open Information Systems
     Theory of Computation                                                               Advanced Seminar in Open Information Systems
     Advanced Databases

   Information Processing                                                              Doctoral Course
      Patterns of Intelligent Information Processing                                     Advanced Research in Open Information Systems
      Knowledge Information Processing                                                   Research Review in Open Information Systems
      Cognitive Science
      Optical Computing
      Optimization Method
      Multiple Valued Logic
      Data Mining




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                                                                       Economics

                                                                        OVERVIEW
   Modern society is faced with rapid changes in social, economic, and political systems both nationally and globally. The academic
environment is no exception, reflected by specialization of subjects, interdisciplinary approaches, advancement of professional skills, and
diversity of enrolled students.
   In response to this demands, the Graduate School of Economics, Toyo University aims to educate individuals with an extensive knowl-
edge of economics and high research potential; and skills required for specialized professions.
   The School offers two master programs: Course for Studies of Economics, and Course for Tax Laws. The latter course offers lectures on
tax laws in order to educate professionals with in-depth knowledge and practical management skills.
   The Graduate School also offers a doctorate program for students wishing to pursue an academic career, which prepares them with high-
er levels of research ability and expertise.


                                                                           COURSES
   Master's Course                                                                     Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Socio-Economic System
   The Course for Studies of Economics:                                                Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Socio-Economic Thoughts
     Advanced Marco Economics                                                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Info-Economic Systems
     Advanced Micro Economics                                                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Environmental Economics
     Methodology of Economics                                                          Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Industrial Organization Theory
     Open Seminar
     Advanced Economic Theory
     History of Economic Theory                                                      The Course for Tax Laws
     Statistics & Economics ,                                                          Methodology of Economics
     Economic History of Japan                                                         Tax Law
     Economic History of Europe                                                        Public Finance
     Development Economics                                                             Corporation Tax Law ,
     Economic Policy
     International Economics                                                         The Course for Tax Accountants
     Public Policy and Economy                                                         Interdisciplinary Studies     ,
     Regional Economy                                                                  Income Tax Code
     Industrial Organization                                                           Property Tax Code
     Social Welfare Policy                                                             Principles of Tax Laws
     Labour Economics                                                                  Tax Execution Law
     Public Finance
     Monetary Theory                                                                   Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Public Finance
     Socio-Economic System                                                             Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Corporation Tax Law
     Information Economics                                                             Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Income Tax Code
     Environment Economics                                                             Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Property Tax Code
     Studies for Asian Economy                                                         Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Principles of Tax Laws
     Economics of Public Policies                                                      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Tax Execution Law
     Economics of Social Welfare
     Banking Theory
                                                                                     Doctoral Course
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Advanced Economic Theory                Studies on Economic Theories
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Contemporary Politico-Economics         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Economic Theories
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in History of Economic Theories            Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Contemporary Politico-Economics
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Data Analysis                           Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in History of Japanese Economy
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Empirical Economic Analysis             Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in History of Economic Theories
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in History of Japanese Economy             Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Statistics & Econometrics
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in History of Western Economy              Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Public Finance
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Economic Development                    Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Economic Policies
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Economic Policies                       Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Banking Theory
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Small and Medium Sized Corporations     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Agricultural Economics
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in International Trade                     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Small and Medium Sized Corporations
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in International Economies                 Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Japan Economy
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Public Policies                         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in International Trade
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Public Systems                          Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Local Government Finance
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Asian Economies                         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in History of Western Economy
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Agricultural Economics                  Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Socio-Economic System
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Economics of Social Welfare             Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Socio-Economic Thoughts
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Labor Economics                         Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Info-Economic Systems
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Public Finance                          Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Public Systems
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Banking Theory                          Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Public Policies
      Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in International Finance                   Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Environmental Economics




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                                                                                                                        Economics          6

                                                    Public Private Partnership

                                                            OVERVIEW
  Modern society is faced with rapid changes in social, economic, and political systems both nationally and globally. The academic
environment is no exception, reflected by specialization of subjects, interdisciplinary approaches, advancement of professional skills, and
diversity of enrolled students.
  The newest course started in 2006 in order to educate professionals of various public private partnership practices.


                                                              COURSES
      Overview of Public Private Partnership                            Corporate Management
      Public Private Partnership Simulations                            Advanced Economic Theory
      Case Studies of Public Private Partnership                        Energy and Environment
      Special Lectures of Local Leaders                                 Social Welfare System
      Private Projects                                                  Social Welfare Services
      Financial System                                                  Environmental Public Businesses
      Financial Policy                                                  Urban Design
      Financial Analysis                                                Technology Start-ups
      Public Economy                                                    Advanced Technologies
      Policy Evaluation                                                 Business English
      Technology Management
      Management of IPRs                                             Master's Course
      Public Finance System                                             Seminar on Public Private Partnership
      Public Finance Theory                                             Seminar on Public Private Partnership
      Foreign Practices in Public Private Partnership                   Seminar on Public Private Partnership
      Local Government Finance                                          Advanced Economics
      Government Finance Analysis                                       Special Lecture on Public Private Partnership




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         Graduate School of
  7      Regional Development Studies



                                           Regional Development Studies

                                                               OVERVIEW
   In April 2001, the master's course of the Graduate School of Regional Development Studies was established. The Graduate School has its
academic basis in the Faculty of Regional Development Studies, one of the leading educational bodies in Asia in the field of international
cooperation and regional development. As of April 2007, about 200 foreign students from various regions of the world are attending in the
Faculty/Graduate School of Regional Development Studies. Teaching staffs of the school are from various backgrounds including economics,
international relations, political science, engineering, agriculture etc., and their research fields cover a variety of academic areas such as
environmental management, city planning, economics, etc.
   Making remarkable progress since the establishment, the Graduate School was designated by the government as the Open Research
Center , the title of which is granted exclusively to eminent research consortiums in Japan. With graduation of the first sixteen students
including five foreigners, the school was extended up to the doctoral course in April 2003. It also started offering a special course for the
convenience of English-speaking students in October 2003. Since then, several foreign students have been selected every year among
bureaucrats from Aian, Latin American, African countries and invited by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), technical assis-
tance agency of Japan's ODA.


                                                                 COURSES
   Master's Course                                                         Seminar on Social System
      Advanced Theory of Urban Infrastructure Development and Management   Advanced Theory of Urban and Regional Sociology
      Seminar on Urban Infrastructure Development and Management           Seminar on Urban and Regional Sociology
      Advanced Theory of Energy and Resources Management                   Advanced Theory of Regional Information Management
      Seminar on Energy and Resources Management                           Seminar on Regional Information Management
      Advanced Theory of Urban Environmental Planning                      Special Lecture on Regional Development Studies
      Seminar on Urban Environmental Planning
      Advanced Theory of Safety and Crisis Management
      Seminar on Safety and Crisis Management                            Doctoral Course
      Advanced Theory of Global Environmental Conservation                 Specialized Research on Regional Development Studies
      Seminar on Global Environmental Conservation
      Advanced Theory of Urban Development
      Seminar on Urban Development
      Advanced Theory of Science and Technology Policy
      Seminar on Science and Technology Policy
      Advanced Theory of Human Settlement Planning
      Seminar on Human Settlement Planning
      Advanced Theory of Environmental Sanitation
      Seminar on Environmental Sanitation
      Advanced Theory of Development Economics
      Seminar on Development Economics
      Advanced Theory of Public Economics
      Seminar on Public Economics
      Advanced Theory of International Economics and Project Evaluation
      Seminar on International Economics and Project Evaluation
      Advanced Theory of Asian Geography
      Seminar on Asian Geography
      Advanced Theory of International Cooperation
      Seminar on International Cooperation
      Advanced Theory of Social System




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                                                                                                           Graduate School of
                                                                                                 Regional Development Studies                 7

                                            International Tourism Studies

                                                              OVERVIEW
   The International Tourism Studies, as the Main Subject in the master’s course of the Graduate School of Regional Development Studies,
was established in April 2005 which is few in number to research and study tourism field in the master’s course throughout Japan. The Main
Subject of the course has its academic basis in the subject of International Tourism Studies of the Faculty of Regional Studies, Toyo
University that looks deep into relationships among complexity of various tourism factors including carrying capacity of environment and
resources in responding to the recent international circumstances like globalization and society with information technology. Teaching staffs
have various backgrounds of three major categories; i) tourism industry, ii) tourism management and iii) tourism planning and environment
whose research and study fields cover varied areas including transportation, communication network, hotel management and hospitality,
tourism resources, resort areas, environmental conservation, etc.
   Since the Main Subject of the International Tourism Studies aims not only to contribute to research and study fields of the international
tourism but also to foster human resources needed for the progress of international and domestic tourism industry as well, it offers special
and high-level lectures and/or seminars to those students who are from neighboring Asian countries and who also have full-time jobs in
addition to the students graduated from relevant faculties of the universities. For the convenience especially of the students who also have
full-time jobs, the Main Subject of the International Tourism Studies is to be opened at the Hakusan satellite campus concurrently with the
Itakura main campus of Toyo University.
   In making full use of close relationships between the Main Subject of the Regional Development Studies, cooperative research and study
activities with the “Open Research Center” and also with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), etc. shall further be elaborated
by the teaching staffs and students.


                                                               COURSES
   Master's Course                                                       Seminar on International Transport Management
      Advanced Theory of Tourism Transportation                          Advanced Theory of Hospitality Management
      Seminar on Tourism Transportation A, B                             Seminar on Hospitality Management A, B
      Advanced Theory of Information Network Practices                   Advanced Theory of Service Industry Management
      Seminar on Information Network Practices A, B                      Seminar on Service Industry Management A, B
      Advanced Theory of Tourism Exchange                                Advanced Theory of Tourism Resource
      Seminar on Tourism Exchange A, B                                   Seminar on Tourism Resource A, B
      Advanced Theory of Hotel and Tourism Industry                      Advanced Theory of Urban Tourism System
      Seminar on Hotel and Tourism Industry A, B                         Seminar on Urban Tourism System A, B
      Advanced Theory of Tourism Industry                                Advanced Theory of Environmental Conservation
      Seminar on Tourism Industry                                        Seminar on Environmental Conservation A, B
      Advanced Theory of International Transport Management              Special Lecture on International Tourism Studies




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         Graduate School of
  8      Life Sciences



                                                                     Life Sciences

                                                                        OVERVIEW
  The master's course and doctoral course of Graduate School of Life Sciences were established in April 2001 and 2003, respectively. The
Graduate School of Life Sciences is carrying out education and advanced research focusing on a bioscience field, such as molecular biology,
microbiology in extreme environments and plant biotechnology. Teaching staff of the school is from various backgrounds including microbiology,
plant sciences, bioengineering, pharmaceutical sciences, biophysics, molecular biology, information sciences, etc. Our graduate school is
expected to create young advanced researchers in the bioscience field.


                                                                           COURSES
   Master's Course                                                                     Advanced on Environmental Microbiology
      Advanced on Molecular Informatics                                                Advanced on Bioinformatics
      Advanced on Molecular Cell Biology                                               Advanced on Bioenergetics
      Advanced on Structure to Function Relationships in Biological Macromolecules     Advanced on Bioremediation
      Advanced on Molecular Control Engineering                                        Advanced on Regulation of Genetic Information
      Advanced on Molecular in Extreme Environments                                    Advanced on Enzyme Engineering
      Advanced on Molecular Regulation of Plants                                       Advanced on Applied Molecular Genetics
      Advanced on Geoinformatics                                                       Advanced on Bioethics
      Advanced on Topics in Plant Pathology                                            Research in Life Science
      Advanced on Molecular Science for Biosensors                                     Lecture in Life Science
      Advanced on Photobiological Systems
      Advanced on Plant Biotechnology                                                Doctoral Course
      Advanced on Plant Metabonic Engineering                                          Specialized Research on Life Science




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                                                                                                                             Graduate School of
                                                                                                                          Welfare Society Design               9

                                                                 Social Welfare

                                                                      OVERVIEW
   The Graduate Course of Social Welfare is a master's and doctoral degree program for future social work practitioners and researchers. The
program incorporates new research findings in the field, and is empirically based and informed by social and behavioral science theory and
research.
   Special attentions are paid to cultural differences of social-work related issues. While providing students with a basic grounding in various
fields of practice and methods, the Graduate Course of Social Work program is designed to be flexible to match the diverse needs of students.
The program offers three concentrations:
              Studies on social work theories, social-work system theories, social work methodology, and social work research
              Studies on social services for children and youths, the mentally and physically challenged, and the elderly
              Studies on human service policies
Both master's and doctoral students are expected to complete theses to obtain the degrees.
   Necessary skills to compose the theses will be taught through interactive learning through discussions in small classes, tutoring by faculty,
and occasional academic retreats.


                                                                         COURSES
    Master's Course                                                                  Research Guidance for Master's Thesis in Social Welfare
    Common                                                                             A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B,                           A,   B,
      Fundamental Study Method for Social Sience                                       A, B
      Sociometric Method
      Research (Quantificational Analysis)
      Research (Qualitative Analysis)                                              Doctoral Course
                                                                                   Advanced Course on History of Social Welfare
    Advanced Course on History of Social Welfare                                     Principles of Social Welfare Policy and Social Work Practices
      Principles of Social Welfare Policy and Social Work Practices                  History of Social Welfare Policy and Ideal
      History of Social Welfare Policy and Ideal
      Social Welfare and Social Work Practice Ethics and Human Rights              Advanced Course on Social Welfare Policy and Macro Social Work Practice
      History of Residential Social Welfare                                          Study on Social Welfare Policy and Planning
                                                                                     Planning of Health & Welfare Services
    Advanced Course on Social Welfare Policy and Planning                            Social Welfare Policy and Program on Aging
      Social Administration and Human Services Management                            Policy and Legislative Processes of Social Welfare
      Social Welfare Policy and Program on Aging                                     Social Welfare Policy on Health & Medical Care
      Policy and Legislative Processes of Social Welfare                             Geriatric Care Management and Practice System
      Poverty and Social Welfare Policy
      Elderly and Social Services                                                  Advanced Course on Generic and Clinical Social Work and Social Work Research
      Long Care Insurance and Care Management                                        Generic Social Work Methods
      Handicapped and Social Welfare Policy                                          Social Work Practice
      Community and Social Welfare Policy                                            Social Work Practice with Families and Children

    Advanced Course on Generic and Clinical Social Work and Social Work Research     Research Guidance for Doctoral Dissertation in Social Welfare
      Generic Social Work Methods                                                      A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B, A,                             B,
      Social Work Practice                                                             A, B
      Social Work Practice with Families and Children
      Social Work Research




                                                        Welfare-Society System

                                                                      OVERVIEW
   The Master of Welfare-Society System program offers an interdisciplinary education on social issues in modern societies. Graduates of
the program will understand the social systems and policies which are vital to create and maintain a functioning society. They will be
equipped with professional skills and knowledge to intervene with social problems as well.
   The program is designed for those with day-time occupations. Students have varying backgrounds in term of age, career and interest.
While providing these students with a basic grounding in various fields of practice and methods, the Master of Welfare-Society System program
is purposely designed to be flexible to match the diverse needs of students. Networks built among students during the school years provide
leverage for effective learning. The Networks also serve as strong foundations for establishing professional careers after graduation.
   The Master of Welfare-Society System program offers three concentrations: Studies on Community Systems, Studies on Health and Social
Service Systems, and Studies on Community and Social Service Systems.



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         Graduate School of
  9      Welfare Society Design



                                                                     COURSES
   Plenary                                                                   Course : Health and Social Service System
      Studies on Welfare Society: Basics                                       Health and Social Services (A, B)
      Measurement and Evaluations in Studies on Welfare Society                Care-management (A, B)
      Quantitative Data Analysis                                               Medical Social Work
      Qualitative Data Analysis                                                Organizational Studies in the Area of Medical Services
      Social Research Method                                                   Poverty and Social Actions
      Modern Society and Law                                                   Care-management in the Area of Medical Services
      Values and Ethics in Human Services                                      Discipline of Supervision
                                                                               Social Welfare Policy for the Elderly
   Course : Sociological Studies on Community System                           Ergonomics
     Sociological Studies on Community System (A, B)
     Sociological Studies on International Community (A, B)                  Course : Community and Social Service System
     Sociological Studies on Social and Cultural Movement (A, B)               Care System for the Elderly (A, B)
     Sociological Studies on Family Death and Dying (A, B)                     Advocacy and Social Actions (A, B)
     Sociological Studies on Community                                         Care System for the Physically and Mentally Challenged (A, B)
     Sociological Studies on Modern Society                                    Generic Social Work
     Sociological Studies on Family                                            Social Work to Support Children and Families
     Sociological Studies on Information/Sociological Studies on the Role of   Organizational Administration to Provide Social Services
     Media in Community                                                        Nonprofit Organizations Providing Human Services
     Planning on Social-Community Education                                    Urban Planning
     Sociological Studies on International Problems
     Sociological Studies on International Welfare Problems                  Seminar on the System of Welfare Society A           B
     Social Rights and Citizenship




                                              Human Centered Life Design

                                                                  OVERVIEW
   The Graduate Course of Human Life Design which is one of the practical sciences for well-being of human life has doctorial degree
program for farther practitioners and researchers. Master degree is admitted after earning certain unit of doctorial degree.
 The Course welcomes both the new graduate and the persons who engage in professional field. The Course offers graduate training in four
fields: Child Nursing and Family Care, Social Work and Care for the Elderly and the Disabled, Health Promotion and Human
Environmental Design.
   The Course needs not only knowledge but also the planning and managing abilities. The programs of the each field attach importance to
seminars, workshops and project making.

                                                                     COURSES
   Master's Course                                                           Project on Human Care and Support A, B
      Lecture on Human Life Design ,                                         Project on Product Design A, B
      Advanced Course on Child Care and Support A         A, B       B       Seminar on Human Environment Design A, B, A, B,
      Advanced Course on Care and Support for the Elderly and the Disabled
        A     A, B      B,
      Advanced Course on Health Care Design A       A, B       B           Doctoral Course
      Lecture on Human Environment Design                                    Focused Studies in Child Care and Support A        A, B       B
      Seminar on Human Life Design                                           Focused Studies in Care and Support for the Elderly and the Disabled
      Workshop on Environment Design A, B                                      A     A, B      B, ,
      Workshop on Human Care and Support A, B                                Focused Studies in Health Care Design A, A, B, B,
      Workshop on Product Design A, B                                        Research on Human Environment Design
      Project on Environment Design A, B




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                                                                                                          Graduate School of
                                                                                               Interdisciplinary New Science           10

                                         Bio-Nano Science Fusion Course

                                                            OVERVIEW
  The Bio-Nano Science Fusion Course, the Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science was established in 2007 in order to conduct
advanced combined studies of bioscience and nanotechnology. The research is classified into the following four main fields:
          (a) Fundamental science related to nanotechnology, bioscience and their fusion
          (b) Development of nano-electronic devices
          (c) Discovery of Extremophiles and their application to bio-nano technology
          (d) Development of micro-bio sensors and micro-bio analytical systems
  The Graduate School is also collaborating with foreign researchers and institutions to create advanced researchers from an international
point of view. The students of the Bio-Nano Science Fusion Course will give presentations at international symposia and conferences, and
publish papers in advanced international journals so that they will be able to join in international activities immediately after they have
obtained their doctor’s degrees.


                                                              COURSES
   Doctoral Course
      Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
      Bioscience and Biotechnology
      Fusion of Bio-Nano Science and Technology




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11       Law School



                                                                    Law

                                                                  OVERVIEW
  The Law School was founded on the first of April, 2004. The educational purpose is to deepen the study of fundamental laws and train the
legalistic practical affairs.
  The Law School consists of a course for students of pre-learning and one for students of learning. The former is three-years' course and
the latter is two-years' course.
  The graduates will be able to understand the latest trends in the legal theories and precedents and pass a bar examination. They also will
be able to demonstrate their abilities in any situation they find themselves in.


                                                                  SUBJECTS
   Subjects Groups
      Legal fundamental subjects group
      Legalistic practical subjects group
      Basic legal subjects and their neighboring subjects group
      Development subjects and ultrahigh subjects group




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                                                                                  Campus & Location




                    Campus                                           Location




  About 19,450 students are studying at this main
campus located in the central district of Tokyo.
Undergraduate Schools of Literature, Economics,
Business Administration, Law and Sociology;
Graduate School, and Evening Courses
Law School (Hakusan Campus No.2)




  This campus is located at Kawagoe city, on the
outskirts of Tokyo. About 5,000 Engineering
students (both graduate and undergraduate) are
studying on the 300,000 square meter campus
rich in greenery. There are many advanced facilities
and laboratories including the Bio-Nano Electronics
Research Center, which attracts researchers from
all over the world. Students also enjoy sports
facilities such as baseball, soccer and rugby fields,                         TOCHIGI
                                                                  GUNMA
as well as tennis courts.
                                                                                     IBARAKI

                                                                     SAITAMA


                                                                          TOKYO


                                                                    KANAGAWA         CHIBA


 This campus is located in Asaka city, a satellite city
of neighbouring Tokyo. It has a gymnasium, a student
hall and facilities for basketball, football, tennis,
archery and other sports .
Undergraduate School of Human Life Design.


                                                                                      Itakura Campus
                                                          GUNMA


  This campus is located in Itakura town, Gunma
prefecture. Approximately 60km north of downtown
Tokyo. About 2,500 graduate and undergraduate                SAITAMA                  Kawagoe Campus
students of Regional Development Studies and Life                                     Asaka Campus
Sciences are studying in the natural surroundings of              TOKYO               Hakusan Campus
this campus. The key points of this campus are that
studies are focused on subjects related to community
development, and there are many students from
foreign countries.


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      Campus Map




                                                   Campus Map




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                                              2
                                                   5
                                                       C          ampus
                                                                                Bldg. 1 Lecture Rooms
                                                                                Bldg. 2 Library, Laboratories
                                                                        7
                                                                                Bldg. 3 Offices, Cafeteria
                                                                                Bldg. 4 Gymnasium,
                                                                                     Student Club Activity Rooms
                                                                                Bldg. 5 Inoue Enryo Memorial Hall
                                                                                Bldg. 6 Lecture Rooms,
                                                                                     Laboratories, Offices,
                                                                                     Cafeteria
                                                                                Main Gate (East Gate)

             6



             4

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CBldg. 1
 Bldg. 2
             ampus
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 Library Media Center                                                                            11
 Bldg. 4                                                                                                      10
 Laboratories for Information
 and Computer Sciences
 Laboratories for Mechanical Engineering,                    12
 Electronic and Information Engineering
 Bldg. 5
 Bio-Nano Electronics Research Center
 Bldg. 6
 Laboratories for Applied Chemistry,                                                                               9
 Information and Computer Sciences
 Laboratories for Environment, Architecture
 Gymnasium
 Student Hall, Cafeteria                          15
 Training Camp Center
 Baseball Field
 Athletic Field
 New West Gate
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                                                                                           Campus Map




                                             Campus Map




Lecture Room Building
Information Practice Room Building           7
                                                 C            6
                                                                   ampus

                                                                                                    4
Laboratories and Craft Center
Library
Gymnasium
Ground 1
Ground 2
Tennis Court 1                                   8       11                            3
Tennis Court 2                                                     2
                                                                                       1
Golf Practice Range
Community Center

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C          ampus
                                                     6
                                                                           Bldg. 1
                                                                           Bldg. 2
                                                                           Bldg. 3
                                                                           Cafeteria
                                                                           Library
                                                                           Sports Ground
                      3                                                    Student Club Activity Rooms
                              2
                                                                           Gymnasium
  1                                                                        Plant Regulation Research Center




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        Academic Calendar




                                                            Academic Calendar

                 Hakusan Campus                                                                      Kawagoe Campus
                                                   http://www.toyo.ac.jp                                                         http://www.eng.toyo.ac.jp

Spring Semester [Apr.                 Sept. 2007]                                    Spring Semester [Apr.                 Sept. 2007]

             Beg. Apr.   Registration and Orientation for Newly Enrolled Students.                Beg. Apr.   Registration and Orientation for Newly Enrolled Students.


                Apr. 6   Entrance Ceremony.                                                          Apr. 6   Entrance Ceremony.


                Apr. 9   Opening of Semester.                                                        Apr. 9   Opening of Semester.


  Apr. 29      May. 5    "Golden-Week" (No classes).                                   Apr. 29      May. 5    "Golden-Week" (No classes).


              May. 27    Sports Festival.                                                          May. 27    Sports Festival.


               Jun. 6    Founder's Day.                                                              Jun. 6   Founder's Day.


               Jul. 18   End of Semester.                                                           Jul. 23   End of Semester.


   Jul. 26     Aug. 1    Spring Semester Exams.                                         Jul. 27     Aug. 4    Spring Semester Exams.


   Aug. 2     Sep. 30    Summer Vacation                                                            Aug. 5    Start of Summer Vacation.


                                                                                                  End. Sep.   Registration and Orientation for Fall-enrolled Students.


                                                                                                    Sep. 25   Commencement.


                                                                                                    Sep. 30   End of Summer Vacation.




Fall Semester [Oct.              Mar. 2008]                                          Fall Semester [Oct.              Mar. 2008]

                Oct. 1   Opening of Semester                                                         Oct. 1   Opening of Semester


        Nov. 3      5    Campus Festival                                                     Nov. 3      5    Campus Festival


              Nov. 23    Anniversary of University Founding                                        Nov. 23    Anniversary of University Founding


   Dec. 22      Jan. 5   Winter Break                                                   Dec. 22      Jan. 3   Winter Break


              Jan. 28    End of Semester                                                            Jan. 22   End of Semester


   Jan. 29      Feb. 4   Fall Semester Exams                                           Jan. 22      Jan. 31   Fall Semester Exams


                Feb. 5   Start of Spring Vacation                                                    Feb. 1   Start of Spring Vacation


              Mar. 23    Commencement                                                               Mar. 23   Commencement




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                                                                                                                             Academic Calendar




                                                            Academic Calendar

                    Asaka Campus                                                                        Itakura Campus
                                          http://www.asaka.toyo.ac.jp                                                        http://www.itakura.toyo.ac.jp

Spring Semester [Apr.                 Sept. 2007]                                    Spring Semester [Apr.                 Sept. 2007]

             Beg. Apr.   Registration and Orientation for Newly Enrolled Students.                Beg. Apr.   Registration and Orientation for Newly Enrolled Students.


                Apr. 6   Entrance Ceremony.                                                          Apr. 6   Entrance Ceremony.


                Apr. 9   Opening of Semester.                                                        Apr. 9   Opening of Semester.


  Apr. 29      May. 6    "Golden-Week" (No classes).                                   Apr. 29      May. 6    "Golden-Week" (No classes).


              May. 27    Sports Festival.                                                          May. 27    Sports Festival.


               Jun. 6    Founder's Day.                                                              Jun. 6   Founder's Day.


   Jul. 30     Aug. 6    Spring Semester Exams.                                                     Jul. 25   End of Semester.


   Aug. 7     Sep. 29    Summer Vacation                                                Jul. 30     Aug. 4    Spring Semester Exams.


                                                                                                    Aug. 6    Start of Summer Vacation.


                                                                                                  End. Sep.   Registration and Orientation for Fall-enrolled Students.


                                                                                                    Sep. 25   Commencement.


                                                                                                    Sep. 30   End of Summer Vacation.




Fall Semester [Oct.              Mar. 2008]                                          Fall Semester [Oct.              Mar. 2008]

                Oct. 1   Opening of Semester                                                         Oct. 1   Opening of Semester


        Nov. 3      4    Campus Festival                                                     Nov. 2      5    Campus Festival


              Nov. 23    Anniversary of University Founding                                        Nov. 23    Anniversary of University Founding


   Dec. 25      Jan. 3   Winter Break                                                   Dec. 25      Jan. 5   Winter Break


   Jan. 29      Feb. 5   Fall Semester Exams                                                        Jan. 28   End of Semester


                Feb. 6   Start of Spring Vacation                                       Jan. 29      Feb. 4   Fall Semester Exams


                                                                                                     Feb. 5   Start of Spring Vacation


                                                                                                    Mar. 23   Commencement




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        University Library & Seminar House




              University Library                                             Seminar House
 The beginning of the University Library system dates        HAKUBA Seminar House (Nagano Prefecture)
back to 1888 when Dr. Enryo Inoue, the founder of
the University, provided books and a reading room in          The site is within the ski area of the 1998 Nagano Olympic
the original school building.                               games. You can get there in four hours from Tokyo by express
                                                            train. Mountain-climbing and hiking are also available in all
  At present, each campus of the University has a           seasons.
library :
Hakusan (Main)                                               YAMANAKAKO Seminar House (Yamanashi Prefecture)
Asaka
Kawagoe                                                       The house is a two-and-a-half hour highway bus ride from
                                                            Shinjuku Station. You can enjoy tennis, hiking and so on there
Itakura
                                                            in the seasons of spring, summer and fall. Lake Yamanaka
                                                            overlooks beautiful Mt. Fuji close at hand.
with more than 1,260,000 volumes and periodicals in
a total of four libraries.                                   KAMOGAWA Seminar House (Chiba Prefecture)
   The Hakusan Library houses Dr. Inoue's special
                                                              This seminar house is based on the concept of Ocean since
collection consisting of 21,000 Eastern and Western
                                                            it is located near the ocean. As Toyo's seminar house, this
philosophical books dating from before the Meiji Era.       Kamogawa house was established in a town for the first time.
The University also owes not a small part of its book       It is facing Maihara beach right in front, where people enjoy
stock to many retired professors and alumni of the          swimming, surfing, and fishing. There are also Kamogawa
University, who generously donated their private            Sea World, Athletic Park (with gymnasium, tennis courts and
collections to its libraries.                               roller skate rink), and general athletic facilities (with gymnasi-
                                                            um and athletic track / baseball / soccer fields).
  When you want to know what materials are stored in
the libraries of the University and where they are           FUJIMI-KOGEN Seminar House (Nagano Prefecture)
located, you can use OPAC (On-line Public Access
Catalog) to search for them.                                  This seminar house is based on the concept of Mountain since
  Survey materials, dictionaries, almanacs and statistics   it is located in the mountain. In the neighborhood Fujimi-
are located in the reference shelves.                       Kogen Resort , people enjoy skiing in the winter time, or
  These can be used only within the library and are not     paraglider, tennis in the summer time. There is also a hot
available for borrowing.                                    spring and museums. It is about 20 minutes drive to the town
                                                            of Kiyosato.
  In the database service corner it is possible to search
for world-wide materials as well as newspaper articles
and judicial precedents. For details inquire at the                               HAKUBA
main counter.
                                                            FUJIMI-KOGEN
   There is an audio-visual room in each library, and
you may take some audio-visual materials out of the
library. Online databases and CD-ROMs are also
available, and you could look them up by using the
facilities in the libraries.
  Through our OPAC you can check your book loan,
reserve books, and also request photocopy service and
interlibrary loan.
                                                                                                          TOKYO

                                                                                                   KAMOGAWA
                                                                 YAMANAKAKO




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