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FreshmanSophomoreJuniorSeniorDevelop your communicative and analytic skills.Study abroad and other optionsSocial StudiesComparativeCultureInternationalBusiness andEconomics●Cultural and Social Anthropology●Introduction to Sociology●History of Chinese Civilization●Development of Japanese Civilization●Introduction to Comparative Politics●Introduction to International Relations, etc.●Anthropology-Sociology Japan Research, Sociology of Sexuality and Gender, Anthropology and Modern Society, etc.●History History of Chinese Civilization, The Euro-Asian Encounter, Modern Japan, etc.●Political Science Japanese Government and Politics, Political Economy of Development, International Relations Theory, etc.●Introduction to Art History/Visual Culture●Literary Genres●Introduction to Japanese Literature●Introduction to Philosophy●Fundamentals of Religion, etc.FLA Core Program●Academic English Skills ●Public Speaking●English Composition ●Thinking ProcessesTake introductory courses in the disciplines.Choose your major. Take intermediate and then advanced courses in your chosen major.●Art History/Visual Culture Survey of Western Art/Japanese Art/Chinese Art, Seminar in Art History, etc.●Literature The Best of British Literature, American Poetry, Comparative Literature, Modern Japanese Fiction, etc.●Religion-Philosophy Religious Biographies:Buddha and Christ, Japanese Religions, Symbol and Religion, etc.●Principles of Microeconomics●Principles of MacroeconomicsPrinciples of Management, Public Economics, Supply Chain Management, Introduction to Accounting, International Marketing, Financial Management, Venture Management, Issues in Accounting, Human Resource Management, Management in Japan, Economics of Health and Health Care Policy, etc.General Studies(For details, please refer to P.21)Learn another language※ Please see the syllabuses at the Sophia University website for details.Faculty of Liberal Arts original web site:www.fla.sophia.ac.jp/“Ethnography2” David Slater, ProfessorCurriculumThe FLA offers an English-language liberal arts curriculum which enables students to acquire a strong academic foundation and intellectual orientation before selecting a disciplinary major. During the freshman year, students are required to take “core courses” which train them thoroughly in critical thinking skills as well as in writing and public speaking skills. From the second year onward, the FLA curriculum requires students to choose a major Educational PolicyThe Faculty’s academic programs are designed to equip graduates with flexible and critical thinking, linguistic abilities, and cultural skills necessary to take the lead in bridging differences and promoting understanding in today’s increasingly multicultural and complex world. Diversity in the FLA student body, comprised of over fifty nationalities, including students educated at Japanese and international high schools in Japan, as well as both degree students and exchange students from abroad, provides an ideal environment for achieving the FLA’s educational mission. from among three broad areas (comparative culture, international business and economics, and social studies), and to study that field in close connection with neighboring disciplines. In the junior and senior years, students take advanced courses in their selected major, while continuing to take courses outside their major. This interdisciplinary orientation is designed to foster students’ ability to approach issues from multiple perspectives.male 255※female 522※Student total:777※Only degree studentsFaculty of Liberal Arts (FLA)1949: Founded as the International Division.Full-time Faculty: 38(19 foreign nationals).115

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