- 1st year (1st and 2nd semester) – Learning basics about the broad topic of human health.
- 2nd year (3rd and 4th semester) – Professional development developed via practice.
- 3rd year (5th and 6th semester) – Preparation for career determination and efforts in graduation research begin.
- 4th year (7th and 8th semester) – Decide on career and finish graduation research.
※ The curriculum is subject to change.
* From the curriculum table of Heisei 30 fiscal year
Studies in the 1st and 2nd year aim to cultivate comprehensive thinking ability, judgment ability, problem solving skills, and in order to “cultivate a broad and deep education and comprehensive judgment ability and to cultivate rich human nature”, in parallel with specialized education subjects.
Religious Studies, Introduction to Christianity, Regional Culturology, Basic Seminar, Presentation, Information Processing, Japanese Literacy, Japanese Expression Literacy
Learning a Foreign Language
English（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, English Communication, TOEIC（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, German, German Communication
Developing as a Person
Philosophy, Art, Design, Introduction to Psychology, Behavioral Science
Learning about Society
History, The Constitution of Japan, Political Science, Sociology, International Relations, Foreign Affairs
Learning about Nature and Science
Introduction to Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Sports Science
These subjects are based on understanding about health in relation to “body”, “mind”, and “society”, and through deepening a cultivation of health sciences. In addition, students will take compulsory subjects such as medicine, psychology, welfare, nutrition, health etc. in the first and second year according to the goal of “studying human health from a wide field” for the purpose of research. In the 3rd and 4th years, students will proceed to the 2 courses of “Sports Science Course” and “Health Science Course”. Programs aimed at qualifications and licenses such as “Health Physical Education Teacher and Training Instructor” in the “Sports Science Course” and “Psychology / Welfare / Nurse Teacher” in the “Health Science Course” are set, and their own course is based on the goal, where the student will take courses selected mainly for the courses of each course.
Career Training Subjects
Career Design（Ⅰ～Ⅷ）, Internship
Introduction to Health and Medical Care, Bioethics, Human Development, Health Care Management, Health Education, Health Nutrition, Introduction to Medicine, Introduction to Medicine Ⅱ, Psychology, Anatomy and Physiology / Exercise Physiology（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, Public Health, Hygiene, Child Health, Mental Health, Research Seminar（Ⅰ～Ⅵ）
Departmental Elective Optional Subjects / Sports Science Subjects: Education Work Program (Health and Physical Education)
Principles of Physical Education, Introduction to Sports Science, Studies in Community Sport, Studies in Lifelong Sport, Exercise and Health, Health and Exercise Prescription, Basic methods of teaching physical education, Swimming, Dance, Track and Field, Football Sports, Basketball and Volleyball, Racket-bat Sports, Judo, Kendo and Kyudo, Machine Exercise, Skiing and Snowboarding, Skating
Departmental Elective Optional / Sports Science Subjects: Training Leader Program
Instruction of Nutrition, Sports Nutritional Science, Sports Biomechanics, Theory and methodology of physical training, Sports Psychology
Departmental Elective Optional Subjects / Health Science Subjects: Education Work Program (Nursing / Health) (Nursing)
Introduction to School Health Nursing, Nursing, Nutrition Science, Microbiology, Immunology, Principles of Health Counseling, School Health, Emergency Measures, Practical Study in Nursing, Seminar on Nursing Art, Clinical Nursing Practicum（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, Human Environmental Studies, Dietary Habits, Introduction to Pharmacology
Departmental Elective Optional Subjects / Health Science Subjects: Certified Psychotherapist Program
Health Psychology, Child Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Psychology of Feeling and Emotion, Adolescent Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Research Methods in Psychology, Social Psychology, Statistical Analysis in Psychology, Psychology of the Old and Handicapped, Introductory Psychological Experiments, Health Counseling, Practice in Psychological Research
Departmental Elective Optional Subjects / Health Science Subjects: Social Worker Program
Contemporary Society and Social Welfare（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, Social Security, Basic of Social Work Research, Common Base of Social Work, Theories and Methods of Social Work Practice（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, Community-Based Social Welfare, Administration and Management for Social Welfare Organization, Social Services for the Aged and Long-term Care Insurance, Social Services for the Disabled, Social Services for Child, Social Services for the Low-incomed and Public Assistance, Health Care Services, Advocacy and Legal Guardian Services, Vocational Assistance Services, Offender Rehabilitation Services, Social Work Practice Seminar（Ⅰ～Ⅴ）, Instructional/Supervisory Seminar for Social Work Practicum（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）, Social Work Practicum, Introduction to Nursing Care
Departmental Elective Optional Subjects
Health and Science Practicum, Graduation Thesis（Ⅰ / Ⅱ）
Teacher Education Curriculum
Students can acquire a teacher’s license at the same time you graduate by acquiring the number of credits required for graduation as well as completing specialized subjects related to the teaching profession and earning credits required to obtain the license certificate award.
<Type of license that can be obtained>
Junior High School Teacher Type License (Health And Physical Education), High School Teacher’s License Type License (Health Physical Education), Junior High School Teacher’s License Type License (Health), Senior High School Teacher’s License (Health), Senior High School Teacher-Type License (Nursing), Nursing Teacher Type License
Subjects for Teaching Profession
Introduction to Teaching, Education Principles, Educational Psychology, Education Administration, Education Curriculum Theory, Health and Sports Science Education Law（A～D）, Nursing Care Education Law（A / B）, Research on Taoist Education, Special Activity Theory, Educational Methodology, Guidance for Students, Education, Education（A / B）, Maintenance, Teaching and Practice