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Culture

The Culture Major is divided into three courses: Japanese and Asian Languages and Cultures, European and American Languages and Cultures, and Society and Culture, all of which provide a broad base of knowledge and specialized education in the characteristics of language and culture, social structure, and cultural interactions in Japan and other regions of the world. It aims to train people who can utilize high-level communication skills in various areas of the globalized society.

The type of student we are looking for:

-A person with a certain degree of knowledge and a strong interest in the language, classical literature and modern literature of Japan, who wishes to deepen his or her specialization, while surveying the cultures which use Chinese characters
-A person with a certain degree of knowledge and a strong interest in the language, classical literature and modern literature of China, who wishes to deepen his or her specialization, while surveying the cultures which use Chinese characters
-A person interested in the languages and cultures of Europe and the United States
-A person who wants to actively participate in society by deeply studying a specialized field and mastering a broad range of general learning
-A person interested in pursuing issues relating to the social environment, natural environment and culture, regardless of locality or era