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主な専門科目留学先(提携大学)※ (2016年2月現在)Baylor UniversityBoise State UniversityUniversity of California, DavisGustavus Adolphus UniversityMinnesota State University, MankatoSan Diego State UniversitySan Jose State UniversityTruman State UniversityWest Chester UniversityWesteld State UniversityUniversity of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeUniversity of BradfordUniversity of LeedsUniversity of NewcastleUniversity of SheeldUniversity of SussexUniversity of Prince Edward IslandUniversity of AdelaideBond UniversityUniversity of SydneyMassey UniversityCzech Technical UniversityUniversite de VersaillesUniversita Ca’Foscari VeneziaUniversita Carlo CattaneoNational Research University Higher School of EconomicsUniversity of St. GallenUniversity of MalayaEwha Women’s UniversityUniversity of SeoulYonsei UniversityThammasat UniversityNational Chengchi UniversityTamkang UniversityYuan Ze University大学GIS OAS派遣留学*国・地域United States of AmericaUnited KingdomCanadaAustraliaNew ZealandCzech RepublicFranceItalyRussiaSwitzerlandMalaysiaSouth KoreaTaiwanThailand※英語を教授言語とする協定大学のみを掲載 *派遣留学制度については、P.20をご参照ください。Race, Class and Gender Ⅰ: Concepts and IssuesThis course explores how race, class, gender and sexuality shape personal identities and experiences, create dierences among people, and constitute inequalities. Students will learn concepts, theories and empirical studies that challenge common (mis)conceptions and which guide them to think more deeply about society. English Dialects around the WorldThis course will survey the phonetic, lexical and syntactic features of the standard varieties of English in the UK, North America and Australasia, with special attention paid to Singapore English as one of the ever-growing New Englishes of Asia.Fact and Fiction in the MoviesIn this course students examine the validity of movies claimed to be based on true stories, the cinematic and story telling devices that moviemakers employ in telling those stories, and the line between aesthetic enhancement and outright fabrication of truth.Arts, Literature and CulturePeace & Conict StudiesⅠQuestion: Why have civil conicts erupted after the demise of the Cold War? Question: How can we resolve internal wars? You will nd the answers to these questions and many others as we do an overview of contemporary conict resolution.Social PsychologyStudents will learn the major theories, ndings, and methods of social psychology, which aims to explain how we inuence one another to shape our behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. We will cover topics such as social cognition, conformity, persuasion, prosocial and antisocial behaviors, attraction, group inuence, and stereotyping. Linguistics andEnglish EducationCulture and SocietyIntroduction to International RelationsⅠThe objectives of this course are to instill in students a broad understanding of the concepts and theories of IR, to enable them to analyze major events and players in international politics and to comprehend the complexity of international relations.Business NegotiationThe study of negotiation has become more signicant to global society. Students will learn basic negotiation theories and techniques, read and discuss case studies, and study consensus building so as to develop the skills to interact eectively within the contexts of both business and everyday life. Principles of MarketingThis course introduces students to the fundamental concepts of marketing, marketing strategies used by companies, and the role of marketing in society. Students learn how to understand the marketplace, how to create customer value, how to target the correct market, and how to build customer relationships.International Relations and EconomyDebate and DiscussionThis course aims to cultivate skills in argumentation that students can apply to debate and discussion both within and beyond classroom environments. Students will learn how to conduct themselves in critical discussion settings while also developing critical thinking, organizational and speaking skills. Business and EconomyCulture and Society●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●GIS(グローバル教養学部) FACULTY OF GLOBAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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