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- School of Buddhist Studies & Social Welfare
- The School of Buddhist Studies and Social Welfare offers a B.A. in Buddhist Studies and in Social Welfare. The Buddhist studies major offers courses for understanding the culture and history of Buddhism and implementing Buddhist thoughts into practice on the basis of modern methodology. The Social Welfare major aims to produce experts who will contribute to the improvement of social welfare and its related policies. Recognizing a variety of social problems and the resulting needs for social welfare which modem society faces, the social welfare program will develop a practical and systematic approach from the viewpoint of current ideologies and will help the students acquire essential values for modem society such as intelligence, sound ethics, and faith in social justice.
- School of International Trade & Public Administration
- The School of International Trade and Public Administration offers a B.A. in International Trade & Interpretation and in Public Administration. The International Trade & Interpretation major provides courses on topics in the international trade and courses of interpretation in three different languages: English Interpretation, Japanese Interpretation, and Chinese Interpretation.
We offer courses which will lead the students to achieve proficiency in the target languages as well as to increase their knowledge of international trade and world affairs.
A wide variety of programs will also be developed in order to foster well-rounded professional interpreters and international trade experts. The Public Administration major provides a broad undergraduate training in preparation for a career in the public and non-profit areas at the local, state, national, or international level.
This major supplies a solid understanding of budgeting, personnel administration, intergovernmental relations, public policy analysis, and general administration.
- School of Liberal Arts
- Unlike the other schools of the university, School of Liberal Arts does not have students of its own. It offers liberal arts courses for all students. The focus is on the understanding of human society, the instillation of a sound moral sense, the cultivation of skills and abilities important in modern society, and the development of the basic learning ability essential for effective academic activities.