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2014 Undergraduate Academic Handbook

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CONTENTS
Declaration on the Occasion of the Opening of APU
The Ritsumeikan Charter
Basic Policy on the Protection of Personal Information
AY 2014 Academic Calendar
1.Study at APU
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Human Resource Development Goals
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1. 2
Academic Information and Notices from APU
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1. 2. 1
Academic Information and Services
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Notices from the Academic Office
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1. 2. 3
Faculty Office Hours and Contact Details
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1. 3
Basic Academic Information
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1. 3. 1
Advancement and Graduation
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1. 3. 2
Overview of Academic Year
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1. 3. 3
Credit System
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1. 3. 4
Course Types
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1. 3. 5
Course Timetable and Class Times
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Class Cancellations, Changes and Make-up Days
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1. 3. 7
Tardiness, and Class Absences Due to Illness or Bereavement
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1. 3. 8
Academic Advising
2.Curriculum
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Information Common to all Curricula
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2. 1. 1
What is a Curriculum and How does it Apply
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2. 1. 2
Graduation Requirements
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2. 1. 3
Systematic Study
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2. 2
AY 2011 Curriculum
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2. 2. 1
College of Asia Pacific Studies (APS)
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2. 2. 2
College of International Management (APM)
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2. 2. 3
AY 2011 Curriculum Language Education Subjects
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2. 2. 4
AY 2011 Curriculum Outline
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2. 2. 5
AY 2011 Curriculum Subject List
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2. 3
AY 2006 Curriculum
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2. 3. 1
College of Asia Pacific Studies (APS)
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2. 3. 2
College of International Management / College of Asia Pacific Management (APM)
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2. 3. 3
Crossover Advanced Program (CAP)
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2. 3. 4
AY 2006 Curriculum Language Education Subjects
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2. 3. 5
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline
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2. 3. 6
AY 2006 Curriculum Subject List
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3.Course Registration
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Registering for Courses
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3. 1. 1
From Registration to Credit Completion
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3. 1. 2
Course Re-registration System
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3. 1. 3
Course Registration Overview
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3. 1. 4
Important Notes for Course Registration System
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3. 1. 5
Registration Advising
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3. 2
Syllabus
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3. 2. 1
Viewing the Syllabus Online
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3. 2. 2
Finding Textbooks and Reading Materials at the Library
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Introduction to the APU Library
4.Examinations and Grading
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Examinations
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Final Examinations
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Make-up Examinations
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4. 1. 3
Final Reports
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APU Plagiarism Guidelines
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4. 2
Grades and GPA
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4. 2. 1
Grading System
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4. 2. 2
Grade Point Average (GPA)
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4. 2. 3
Graduation Assessment
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Release of Grades
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4. 2. 5
Grade Inquiries
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5.Seminar Subjects
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Seminars
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5. 1. 1
1st Year Seminars
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5. 1. 2
2nd Year Seminars
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5. 1. 3
3rd Year Seminars
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5. 1. 4
4th Year Seminars
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5. 1. 5
3rd and 4th Year Seminar Applications and Credit
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5. 2
AY 2014 Undergraduate Thesis Schedule and Details
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6.Active Learning (Student Exchange-Overseas & Domestic, Study Abroad Programs)
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Active Learning
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6. 1. 1
List of Active Learning Programs (Short-term programs)
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Long-term Programs
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6. 2. 1
International Exchange Programs
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6. 2. 2
Domestic Exchange Programs
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6. 2. 3
Dual Degree Program
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6. 2. 4
Independently Arranged Study Abroad
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7.Other Information and Programs
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Accelerated Graduation Program
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7. 2
College Transfer
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7. 3
Pre-enrollment Credit Transfer
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7. 4
Curricular Exchange Program with Oita University
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7. 5
APU/RU English Teaching Certificate Program for Domestic Students
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7. 6
Open University of Japan
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Index
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Campus Map
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Overview of Facilities in Each Building
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Campus Map Index
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Declaration on the Occasion of the Opening of APU
Since the beginning of human history, human beings have attempted to create their own distinctive
cultures and develop civilizations in the various regions of the world. They have also had to overcome many
constraints and obstacles in order to achieve their goal of living in conditions of freedom, peace and
humanity.
The twentieth century was an era of rapid progress and unprecedented advance in the political, economical
and cultural fields, as human activity increasingly took place on a global scale. Through the experience of
the two World Wars, the United Nations and other international organizations were formed to enhance
cooperation in order to maintain peace and to promote international understanding.
Given that the 21st century will see the emergence of a global society, we firmly believe that coexistence
between mankind and nature, as well as between diverse cultures, will be indispensable for the peaceful
and sustainable development of the Asia Pacific region. This is why we are now establishing a university
here, to nurture the young talent and to create a new academic discipline which will help shape the region’s
future.
April 1, 2000 therefore marked the birth of the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, based on a vision of
freedom, peace and humanity, mutual international understanding, and the future shape of the Asia Pacific
region. The establishment of the University at Jumonjibaru, in Beppu City, has been made possible through
the cooperation of the people of Beppu and Oita Prefecture, together with many others both within and
outside Japan.
Our hope is that it will be a place where the young future leaders from countries and regions throughout
the world will come to study together, live together, and understand each other’s cultures and ways of life,
in pursuit of goals that are common to all mankind.
The Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University is hereby declared open.
April 1, 2000
The Ritsumeikan Charter
Ritsumeikan traces its roots to Prince Saionji’s private academy of the same name, established in 1869. It
was officially founded in 1900 by his protégé, Kojuro Nakagawa, as the Kyoto Hosei Gakko (Kyoto School of
Law and Politics), later to take on the name ″Ritsumeikan″. The name is derived from a passage in the
Jinxin chapter of the Discourses of Mencius, and means ″a place to establish one’s destiny through
cultivating one’s mind.″
Ritsumeikan’s founding ideals are ″freedom and innovation″ and reflecting upon its wartime experience, it
committed itself to a core educational philosophy of ″peace and democracy″ after World War II.
Ritsumeikan has faced the challenges of the times by pursuing an independent path to rise above adversity
and has become the comprehensive private educational institution that it is today through extensive
cooperation and support from both within and outside Japan.
Ritsumeikan, as a Japanese institution located in the Asia Pacific region, is committed to sincerely
reflecting upon history and to building an institution where many cultures coexist in the spirit of
international mutual understanding. Ritsumeikan will build relationships of trust, through research and
education, as well as sports and cultural activities, and establish its roots in the local community, to create
an academic institution open to international society. Ritsumeikan will strive to strengthen links with
society and promote its institutional development by fully utilizing the characteristics of a private academic
institution, the participation of its faculty, staff and students, and the support of alumni and parents, while
respecting the principles of autonomy, democracy, transparency, non-violence and justice.
Ritsumeikan will pursue the creation of universal values based on academic freedom and search for
solutions to the pressing issues facing humankind, with its educational endeavors based on its founding
spirit and educational ideals, bearing in mind ″to believe in the future, to live for the future″. Ritsumeikan
will foster learning and the development of individual talents in order to nurture just and ethical global
citizens. Ritsumeikan, as an institute of education and research, pledges to promote peace, democracy and
sustainable development in Japan and throughout the world, in keeping with the sprit of this Charter.
The Ritsumeikan Trust
July 21, 2006
Basic Policy on the Protection of Personal Information
The Ritsumeikan Trust (hereinafter, “the Trust”) has instituted its own rules and systems to ensure that
the personal information of its students used in the course of the Trust’s educational and research activities
is handled in accordance with laws, regulations and other personal information protection standards. As
part of this, the Trust implements and maintains the following Basic Policy on the Protection of Personal
Information. Rules for the handling of personal information for the purposes of academic research are
stipulated separately to this policy.
1. In order to implement this Basic Policy, the Trust shall establish and publicly announce the Ritsumeikan
Trust Personal Information Protection Regulations, and ensure that they are known and observed by all
faculty and staff (including executives, faculty members, administrative staff members, part-time workers
and dispatched workers) and associates of the Trust.
2. The Trust shall establish appropriate information security measures against illicit access, computer
viruses, etc., in order to prevent the loss, destruction, manipulation or leakage of personal information.
3. The Trust shall acquire personal information only by legal and proper means. As well as refraining from
acquisition of information by improper means, the Trust shall ensure that the subject of the personal
information consents to the purposes of its use, or announce the necessary arrangements on the Trust’s
website.
4. The Trust shall ensure that personal information acquired indirectly has been acquired properly from its
subject, and shall announce the intended purpose of use and other necessary arrangements on the Trust’s
website.
5. The Trust shall confirm that the subject of personal information has the right to disclose, correct,
suspend, or erase that information, and shall treat applications from the subject concerning such acts with
due respect.
6. When sharing personal information with a third party or entrusting it to a third party under an
outsourcing arrangement, the Trust shall investigate that party, conclude a contractual agreement, and
take all other steps required by law.
7. Personal information provided for the purposes of becoming a student of any of the educational
institutions of the Trust shall be handled by the Trust with the same care as is applied to personal
information provided by past and current students of those institutions.
8. The following principles shall apply to specific aspects of the acquisition and handling of personal
information:
• Personal information shall only be used within the scope of the purpose of its acquisition, only by
persons granted authority in accordance with the specific tasks involved, and only to the extent
necessary to perform those tasks.
• Personal information shall not, in principle, be provided to any third party.
• Personal information shall not be used outside the original purpose, removed from its regular place of
use, transmitted to any third party, or otherwise leaked.
• Employees of the Trust are prohibited from recklessly disclosing personal information encountered in
the course of their work to any third party and from using such information for improper purposes.
This prohibition continues to apply after employees have ceased to engage in the work in question.
• The Trust shall not acquire, use or provide personal information of the following nature:
1. Matters concerning personal thoughts, beliefs or religion
2. Matters that may be the cause of social discrimination
April 1, 2005
Handling of Personal Information at Ritsumeikan
Asia Pacific University
Personal information acquired from prospective students by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
(hereinafter, “APU”) shall be handled as follows, in observance of laws and regulations concerning personal
information protection and the Ritsumeikan Trust Personal Information Protection Regulations.
Purposes of use
Students’ personal information shall be used for the following purposes:
• To provide study and learning support for students, including administration of enrollment, course
registration, grades and results, and information relating to tuition fees.
• To provide extracurricular and living support for students, including campus life advisory services,
support for extracurricular activities, administration of scholarships, and administration of public health
and hygiene.
• To provide career development and job placement assistance for students, including academic and career
counseling, support for job hunting, and administration of career and job placement information.
• To provide consultative and advisory services on courses of study, grades and career paths to students’
parents/guardians, including the sending of grade reports to parents/guardians.
• To perform work related to entrance examinations and enrollment procedures.
• To send information and documentation related to the APU and the Ritsumeikan Academy’s other
universities and schools.
• To administer the use of internal facilities and equipment, and maintain the safety and security thereof.
• To issue certificates.
• To provide information required by organizations authorized by the Ritsumeikan Trust Personal
Information Protection Committee, such as scholarship providers and associations composed of alumni,
parents, etc.
• To conduct university evaluation (self-assessment evaluation, third party evaluation, certified evaluation)
and statistical research.
• To conduct education, research and faculty development activities.
• To process other matters necessary in the administration and management of APU.
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Course Registration Period A
March 28, Friday
English placement test
Japanese placement test
April 2, Wednesday
Mathematics placement test(APM only)
April 7 - 8, Monday - Tuesday
Course Registration Period B
April 7 - 14, Monday - Monday
FIRST Program application period (for Spring semester program)
April 9, Wednesday
FIRST Program guidance session (for Spring semester program)
April 14 - 30, Monday - Wednesday
Short-term Active Learning program application period
April 16 - May 2, Wednesday - Friday
2014 Fall semester student exchange (domestioc) application period
April 16, Wednesday
Short-term Active Learning program general guidance session
2015 Spring semester student exchange (international) guidance session
2014 Fall semester student exchange (domestic) guidance session
April 17 - April 18, Thursday - Friday
Course Registration Correction Period 1
April 18, Friday
FIRST Program application results released (Spring semester program)
April 23, Wednesday
SEND guidance session
May 14, Wednesday
2014 Fall semester seminar subject guidance session held and syllabus released
May 14 - June 16, Wednesday - Monday
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2014 Fall semester seminar subject new application and cancellation period
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June 13, Friday
Spring semester undergraduate thesis submission deadline
June 16 - 27, Monday - Friday
AP Language subject exemption application period
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2015 Spring semester student exchange (international) guidance
July 16, Wednesday
Fall semester seminar subject application results released (new applicants)
July 16 - August 1, Wednesday - Friday
Japanese and English language subject exemption/credit award application
period (for AY 2006 curriculum students)
July 17 - 23, Thursday - Wednesday
Fall semester sub-seminar application period (3rd year students only)
July 21 - August 29, Monday - Friday
Application to take 300 or higher level Major Education subjects held in non-basis
language (AY 2006 curriculum students only)
July 30, Wednesday
Fall semester sub-seminar application results released (3rd year students only)
Note:
The period for Summer Session I this academic year is June 31 - August 4,
Thursday - Monday. Classes will be held on Saturday the 2nd and Sunday the 3rd.
September 1 - 3, Monday - Wednesday
Grade Inquiry period (for gradutating students)
September 10 - 12, Wednesday - Friday
Grade inquiry period (for all other students)
Course re-registration application period
Mid September
Course Registration Period A
Spring Semester Results Released,Registration Guidance
Graduation Ceremony
National Holiday
Entrance Ceremony
Fall Semester
National Holiday
If a final examination is postponed due to the decision to halt public transportation due to a typhoon, snow, labor strike, etc., then the final examination will be rescheduled for a "back-up
examination" date which will either be the Wednesday during the final examination period (during a class period that does not have previously scheduled examinations) or the Saturday following
the end of the final examination period. Students should not schedule trips or make plans to return home during this period due to the possibility that examinations may be rescheduled.
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October 1 - 10, Wednesday - Friday
FIRST Program application period (for Fall semester program)
October 1, Wednesday
FIRST Program guidance session (for Fall semester program)
October 8 - 29, Wednesday - Wednesday
Short-term Active Learning Program application period
October 8 - 24, Wednesday - Friday
2015 Spring semester student exchange (domestic) application period
October 8, Wednesday
Short-term Active Learning Program general guidance session
2015 Spring semester student exchange (domestic) guidance session
2015 Fall semester student exchange (international) guidance session
3rd Week of October
Course Registration Correction Period 1
October 15 - November 10, Wednesday - Monday
2015 Fall semester student exchange (international) application period
October 15, Wednesday
FIRST Program application results released (Fall semester program)
November 5, Wednesday
2015 Spring semester seminar subject guidance session held and syllabus released
November 12, Wednesday
Fall semester 1st quarter final examination schedule released
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2nd Week of December
Course Registration Correction Period 2
December 8 - 19, Monday - Friday
AP Language subject exemption application period
December 12, Friday
Fall semester undergraduate thesis submission deadline
December 16, Tuesday
2015 Fall semester student exchange (international) application results released
December 17, Wednesday
2015 Fall semester student exchange (international) guidance session
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Open University of Japan application period (2015 Spring semester courses)
January 21, Wednesday
Fall semester 2nd quarter final examination schedule released
January 21, Wednesday
Spring semester seminar subject application results released (new applicants)
January 21 - February 13, Wednesday - Friday
Japanese and English language subject exemption/credit award application
period (for AY 2006 Curriculum students only)
January 22 - 28, Thursday - Wednesday
Spring semester sub-seminar application period (3rd year students only)
January 26 - February 27, Monday - Friday
Application to take 300 level or higher Major Education subjects held in non-basis
language (AY 2006 Curriculum students only)
February 4, Wednesday
Spring semester sub-seminar application results released (3rd year students only)
March 4 - 6, Wednesday - Friday
Grade inquiry period (for graduating students)
March 18 - 20, Wednesday - Friday
Grade inquiry period (for all other students)
Course re-registration application period
Late March
2015 Spring semester Course Registration Period A
Graduation Ceremony
Fall Semester Results Released, Registration Guidance
National Holiday
If a final examination is postponed due to the decision to halt public transportation due to a typhoon, snow, labor strike, etc., then the final examination will be rescheduled for a "back-up
examination" date which will either be the Wednesday during the final examination period (during a class period that does not have previously scheduled examinations) or the Saturday following
the end of the final examination period. Students should not schedule trips or make plans to return home during this period due to the possibility that examinations may be rescheduled.
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Development Goals
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The founding principles of APU academics and research are freedom, peace and humanity,
international mutual understanding, and the future shape of the Asia Pacific region. In addition
to these, the College of Asia Pacific Studies and the College of International Management
(College of Asia Pacific Management) have each established human resource development
goals and a curriculum in order to educate the leaders of tomorrow’s international society.
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APU seeks to achieve the following human resource development goals.
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The college of Asia Pacific Studies aims to cultivate human resources that, upon
comprehensive understanding of the diverse political conditions, economies, societies, and
cultures of the Asia Pacific region, will 1) achieve basic and advanced knowledge in such
areas as global society, environment and development, and tourism, 2) develop language,
communication and problem-solving abilities, and 3) through understanding of the diverse
problems facing the Asia Pacific, will be able to contribute to sustainable development and
coexistence in the region.
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College of International Management (APM)*
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The College of International Management aims to cultivate human resources that, upon
comprehensive understanding of the diverse political conditions, economies, societies and
cultures of the Asia Pacific region, will 1) achieve basic and advanced knowledge in such
areas as Business and Management, 2) develop intercultural communication skills in addition
to strategic business planning and administration abilities, and 3) through understanding of the
diversity in managing corporations in this region, will be able to contribute to globalizing
enterprise activities.
*The College of Asia Pacific Management changed its name to the ″College of International
Management″ in AY 2009.
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1.2.1 Academic Information and Services
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Office
Academic
Office
(1st floor,
Building B)
Services
Office Hours
Curriculum, Course Registration, Grades,
Classes, Examinations, Reports, TOEFL®/TOEIC®
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Active Learning programs outside the University
such as Language Immersion, Field Study, Study
Abroad, etc.
Monday, Wednesday
through Friday: 10:0016:30
Tuesday: 11:30-16:30
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1.2.2 Notices from the Academic Office
General messages to students will be posted on Campus Terminal, the Academic Office
website or the notice board outside Building B. Please check daily for important notices.
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Campus Terminal
URL: http://www.apu.ac.jp/ct/index-e.html
New (Announcements)
APU Bulletin Board
Messages concerning
University events and other
general notices will be posted
here.
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Notices of class cancellations, make-up classes and classroom
changes will be posted here.
Academic
This link accesses the course
schedule and Academic
website, syllabus etc.
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Individual messages from the University will
be posted here. Important messages may
also be sent by e-mail. Please check these
regularly.
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updates about studying at APU are posted often in the News section. Please visit
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and Notices from APU
Academic Office Website
this site frequently.
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Bulletin Boards
Timetables and various announcements will be posted on the bulletin boards next to Building
B and in front of the Academic Office.
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Each faculty member has allocated office hours in order to facilitate consultation and guidance
relating to coursework. Students may visit faculty as necessary during these office hours.
Information on faculty office hours, locations and contact e-mail addresses is available on the
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Academic Office website under "Faculty Contact Info and Office Hours".
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Faculty Contact Info
and Office Hours
● Finding Faculty Information
D
etailed information about faculty members can be obtained from the pages for each
College on the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University official website.
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Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University official website
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For more information regarding student status, please refer to the ″Campus Life Handbook.″
The following contains details relating primarily to academic matters and Academic Office
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1.3 Basic Academic Information
procedures.
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1.3.1 Advancement and Graduation
Year Level
Upon enrollment, students will be referred to as 1st year students. After studying each year,
students will advance to the next year level. Those who fail to complete the requirements for
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graduation by the end of their 4th year will become 5th year students, then 6th year students,
and so on. However, students may stay enrolled no more than eight years (16 semesters).
Year levels may not be repeated.
Graduation
In order to graduate from APU, students should fulfill all of the following requirements. Those
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who have fulfilled these requirements will be eligible to graduate from APU.
● Students must be enrolled at least four years.
The following three cases however are exceptions.
○ Accelerated Graduation Program students can graduate after three years of study.
○2
nd year transfer students can graduate after three years of study.
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rd year transfer students can graduate after two years of study.
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● Students must have completed the required number of credits.
Students must have obtained at least 124 credits in total and fulfill the requirements
specified by their respective curriculum. More detail can be found in the section for the
corresponding curriculum and enrolled college of the student.
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Degree
Those who have fulfilled graduation requirements will be awarded a bachelor’s degree. The
title of the degree can be found in the section for the corresponding curriculum and enrolled
college of the student.
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The APU academic year begins in April. Each year is divided into 2 semesters, and each
semester is comprised of two quarters and a session. Registration and grade announcements
are semester-based, with grades for all courses, including 1st quarter, released at the end of
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the semester. There may also be instances where classes are scheduled on Saturdays or
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holidays. For details, please refer to the Academic Calendar.
April
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Spring Semester
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1st Quarter
2nd Quarter
Dec.
Jan.
Feb. March
Fall Semester
Summer
Session
1st Quarter
2nd Quarter
Winter
Session
1.3.3 Credit System
Coursework at APU is based on the credit system. The number of credits earned per course is
determined by the Japanese University Establishment Criteria, and is based upon the number
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of class hours (including study conducted outside of class, homework, etc.).
Students who receive a passing grade in a class for which they are registered receive credits
based on the hours completed.
Example:
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Course Type
Number of Classes
Number of Credits
Lecture Course
15 classes + out-of-class study, homework, etc.
2
Language Course
60 classes + out-of-class study, homework, etc.
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Course Type
Lecture
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2
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2
Offered
Classes per Week
Total No. of Classes
Quarter-basis
(2 months)
2
Semester-basis
(4 months)
1
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the last week.
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(4 months)
1
15
4
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2
30
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(4 months)
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Class Time
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
1
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A (1)
F (1)
K (1)
L (1)
F (2)
2
10:35-12:10
A (2)
G (1)
K (2)
L (2)
G (2)
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12:25-14:00
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H (1)
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H (2)
4
14:15-15:50
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I (1)
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M (1)
5
16:05-17:40
D (1)
I (2)
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D (2)
M (2)
6
17:55-19:30
E (1)
J (1)
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E (2)
J (2)
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Subjects that are held twice per week are either 1) held on different days during the same
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period; or 2) held during consecutive periods on the same day. For example:
1. B (1) and B (2) held Mon. 3rd period and Thu. 3rd period
2. A (1) and A (2) held Mon. 1st and 2nd period
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Session
1
 8:45-10:20
 9:00-10:35
2
10:35-12:10
10:50-12:25
3
13:00-14:35
13:15-14:50
4
14:50-16:25
15:05-16:40
5
16:40-18:15
16:55-18:30
6
18:30-20:05
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Make-up Day
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Period
Note:
● These times differ from the regular timetable.
● See p.103 for the Final Examination schedule.
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Information regarding class cancellations, make-up classes and classroom changes will be
made available on Campus Terminal. Please be sure to check these before attending classes.
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If an instructor does not appear after the class starts, please promptly inform the Academic
Office. A class will be cancelled if the instructor does not arrive at the classroom within 20
minutes of the beginning of class. Classes will also be cancelled if public transportation stops
due to typhoon, snow or a strike.
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● Class Cancellation Due to Typhoon, Snow or Transportation Problems
Classes will be cancelled in either one of the following circumstances. These measures will
also apply during the final examination period. Please continually check the announcements
on Campus Terminal during that time as the Division of Academic Affairs will make decisions in
response to changing circumstances.
● When a storm alert (boufu keiho) is issued for a region including Oita, Beppu, Hiji, or in the
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event of a public transportation employees strike
● When either Oita Kotsu Bus or Kamenoi Bus completely stops their service to and from APU
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Time of
Decision
Time of
Announcement
Response
7:00 a.m.
approx. 7:15 a.m.
Periods 1 and 2 will be cancelled
10:30 a.m.
approx.10:45 a.m.
Classes From Period 3 onward will be cancelled
After 10:30 a.m.
As decided
Decisions will be made as appropriate
● Class Cancellation Information
Information regarding the cancellation of classes may be accessed on Campus Terminal.
Campus Terminal may also be accessed by mobile phone.
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● Campus Terminal (PC): http://portal1.apu.ac.jp/campusp-e/service/index.jsp
● Campus Terminal (Mobile): http://portal1.apu.ac.jp/campusp-e/keitai/index.jsp
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As a rule, if a class is cancelled, a make-up class will be held. In certain circumstances, makeup classes may be held before the actual cancelled class. Make-up classes are usually
scheduled on a Saturday. Make-up class timetables will be posted on the bulletin board on
Tuesday prior to the make-up day. As classrooms and class times for make-up classes may
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Make-up Classes
differ from those of the regular class, please be sure to check the Campus Terminal.
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Classroom Changes
Information on temporary or permanent classroom changes will be posted on Campus
Terminal.
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1.3.7 Tardiness, and Class Absences Due to Illness or Bereavement
In the event that you are unable to attend classes due to unavoidable circumstances such as
illness or the death of a family member, please inform your instructors of your absence from
classes. Each instructor will determine how to handle your absence in these cases.
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These procedures, however, will differ in cases of long-term absence. Please read the
following information for details and application instructions.
Short-term Absences
In the event a student is absent for 1-3 weeks due to personal illness or injury, or due to
bereavement leave of up to 7days due to the death of parent, spouse or child, or up to 5days
from the death of grand parent or brother/sister, the University may issue a "Report of Absence
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from Class."If a student is absent for less than one week due to personal illness or injury, a
"Report of Absence from Class" cannot be issued. Please explain your circumstances to your
instructors directly.
Please note that this "Report of Absence from Class" does not automatically guarantee
approval of the absence however. All decisions regarding absence from class are the
prerogative of individual instructors. A "Report of Absence from Class" cannot be issued for
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page, please consult directly with your instructor.
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● Application Criteria
Reason for
Absence
Application Criteria
Illness
Only for a student's own illness. This report does not
apply to illnesses of a family member or friend.
Injury
The illness or injury is not a result of willful actions
by the student.
Bereavement
Applicable for 7days including public holidays from
the death of parent, spouse or child, or 5days
including public holidays from the death of grand
parent or brother/sister. If a student needs to go
home for more than applicable period, he/she
should check the "Funeral" box as well as "Other"
box on the application form and write reason for the
extended absence.
Official
Certificates
Required
Medical certificate
(Shindansho) and
medical expense
receipt (original)
Funeral thank you
letter or official
death certificate
(original)
● As a rule, official certificates should be written in either English or Japanese. However, if you
cannot secure a certificate in English or Japanese, please submit the original official
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certificate along with a brief translation into English or Japanese.
● Application Method
1. Download the application form from the Academic Office website and fill in one form per
subject.
2. Attach an official original certificate that clearly states the reason for and duration of
absence, as well as an original receipt for medical services. Submit these along with the
application form to the Academic Office.
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3. An Academic Office staff member will check your official medical certificate, original receipt
for medical services. If there are no mistakes, the staff member will stamp the application
forms with the office seal and return them to the student.
4. The student will submit the stamped forms to the instructors.
● Application Deadline
You must apply by 16:30 on the last class day (excluding final examinations and make-up
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Long-term Absences
In the event a student is absent for more than half the term of a semester or quarter-length
course, or absent from all of a session course due to illness or personal injury, for those
students who meet the following conditions for Long-Term absence and submit an application
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by the deadline, course registration for the period of absence will be cancelled. Please note
that if cancellation is approved, all courses in the affected semester or quarter will be
cancelled. You may not cancel only specific subjects.
● Application Criteria
● Able to submit an official medical certificate and receipt for medical expenses that prove a
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ust be a student's own illness or cases such as injury. Illnesses or injuries of family
members or friends are not eligible.
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of a session's classes.
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student was unable to attend more than half of the classes of a Semester or Quarter, or all
● The absence was unforeseen during the registration correction period.
● The student's attendance record until the absence was good.
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● Application Method
Students must notify the Academic Office as soon as a situation requiring a long-term absence
arises. Students must file an application along with official original certificate and original
medical expense receipts during the appropriate application period as shown below.
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● Application Deadline
The following are submission deadlines for each subject type. Applications submitted after the
respective deadline will not be accepted.
Subject Type
Application Deadline
By 16:30 on the last day that 1st quarter classes are being
held (excluding final examinations and make-up classes)
Semester/2nd Quarter
Subjects
By 16:30 on the last day that 2nd quarter classes are being
held (excluding final examinations and make-up classes)
Session Subjects
By 16:30 on the last final examination day before the session
classes begin
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Class Absences due to Infectious Disease
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● Application Criteria
In the case a student misses classes due to an Infectious Disease as defined by the Japanese
School Health and Safety Act, these missed classes will be treated as a recognized absence
by submitting to the University a "Certificate of Recovery from Infectious Disease" (which may
be downloaded from the Class Absences page of the Academic Office website) completed by
a medical institution, along with a medical expenses receipt.
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Please note that if the Certificate of Recovery from Infectious Disease does not indicate that
the absence must be by doctor's order, then the illness will not be considered an infectious
disease even if it is included on the list of recognized Infectious Diseases.
Infectious Diseases Recognized by the Japanese School Health and Safety Act
Avian influenza(H5N1)etc
Category 2
Influenza(excluding avian influenza (H5N1)), whooping cough, measles,
mumps, rubella, chicken pox, pharyngoconjunctival fever, tuberculosis and
meningococcal meningitis
Category 3
Cholera, shigellosis, enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection,
typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, EKC: epidemic keratoconjunctivitis,
acute hemorrhaging conjunctivitis, infectious gastroenteritis, mycoplasma
pneumonia and other infectious disease
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Students who have contracted one of the diseases listed on p.11 should notify the Student
Office by e-mail immediately ( [email protected] ), after which they should confirm the
application procedures on the Class Absences page of the Academic Office website and
submit an original "Certificate of Recovery from Infectious Disease" and original medical
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● Application Method
expenses receipt to the Academic Office by the application deadline for the subjects in
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question.
● Application Deadline
Applications must be submitted by 16:30 on the last class day of the term in which the relevant
subjects are held (excluding final examination and make-up class days). Applications will not
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be accepted after the deadline.
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Class Absences
Other Reasons for Absences
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● Absence due to job-hunting activities: Please consult with the Career Office
● Absence due to extracurricular activities: Please consult with the Student Office
● Absence due to Japan's lay judge system or other trial-related reasons: Please consult with
the Academic Office beforehand
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Tardiness
In the event that you experience a public transportation scheduling delay or disruption, the
relevant transportation company will issue "delay certificates" if requested. Show this
certificate to your instructor and they will determine how to handle your tardiness.
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both academically and personally. Advising is conducted through meetings with university
faculty and staff, and aims to enable students to achieve the following:
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1.3.8 Academic Advising
● Awareness and utilization of the APU multicultural learning environment
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● Smooth transition into university student life
● Creation of an education plan
● Following one’s own study plan responsibly
The following two methods are available to receive advising.
● Advising by Appointment
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You can reserve 45 minutes advising sessions with an advisor. Information regarding available
dates and how to reserve an advising session can be found on "Academic Advising" page on
the Academic Office website.
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Academic Advising
● Walk-in Advising
Advisors who do not have prior appointments will be available at the Advising Booth in the
library. Please make use of this type of advising whenever you feel the need to consult with
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someone. Walk-in appointments may last up to a maximum of 45 minutes.
You can speak with an advisor on any issue, large or small. Please consider academic
advising for the following topics, or for any other questions you wish to ask.
● Difficulty getting used to the university ● Unsure what to do now to prepare for your future
● Time-management problems ● Difficulty waking up in the morning
● Help with study methods
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● Trouble understanding in class ● Unsure how to write reports
● Trouble completing credits
● Feeling lost or unsure and wanting to talk with someone
● Having too many things you want to do and not knowing where to begin
For scholarship-related inquiries, please consult with the Student Office.
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2. Curriculum
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2.1 Information Common to all Curricula
2.1.1 What is a Curriculum and How does it Apply
change in enrollment status, it will not normally change during a student’s time at APU.
Curriculum and Year of Enrollment
Curriculum Applied
Year Enrolled
Semester in Spring 2014
Semester in Fall 2014
2011 Spring or later
Semester 1-7
Semester 1-8
AY 2006 Curriculum
2006 Spring - 2010 Fall
Semester 8-16
Semester 9-16
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AY 2011 Curriculum
Curriculum
student’s curriculum is determined by the year of their enrollment, and with the exception of a
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Information Common to all
Curricula
A ″curriculum″ is a set of requirements for graduation and courses which may be taken. A
Changes in Curriculum
While a student’s curriculum will normally remain the same through graduation, in the case of
status changes such as readmission or reinstatement, a curriculum change may occur. A
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returning student is placed on the same curriculum as that of other students of the same
semester number.
Curriculum Applied to Readmitted and Reinstated Students
Time of Student's Return
2014
Fall
Spring
2016
Fall
Spring
Fall
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Spring
2015
Sem 1
Sem 2
Sem 3
Student
Semester
Return
Sem 5
AY 2011 Curriculum
Sem 6
Sem 7
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at Time of
Sem 4
Sem 8
Sem 9
Sem 10
AY 2006 Curriculum
Sem 11
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●Curriculum Change Examples
Returning in spring of 2014 as a 8th semester student
AY 2006 Curriculum (no change)
Returning in fall of 2014 as a 8th semester student
AY 2011 Curriculum (changed)
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Special Measures for Students with Changed Curriculum
In the event a student’s curriculum changes, all requirements, including the credit
requirements for graduation, will be based on the new curriculum. This may result in a change
of the courses and number of credits required for graduation. The following exceptions will be
Information Common to all
Curricula
Course Registration
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Changing Culliculum (PDF)" in "Change in Curriculum" page under the "Curriculum" menu on
Academic Office website.
Curriculum Change
Curriculum
made for these students. For more details, please refer to the "Special Measure for Students
Examinations and Grading
Change from AY 2004
or 2006 to AY 2011
Curriculum
Description
● Credit registration limits will remain unchanged.
● ‌Students will not have F evaluations counted in their cumulative
GPA. In addition, F grades will not appear on a student's official
transcript.
● ‌Students enrolled in the College of International Management
will not be required to register for Common Liberal Arts or Major
Education Subjects which would be automatically registered for
AY 2011 Curriculum students.
● Regarding
‌
the special measure for Japanese-basis students
to take Common Education subjects and Major Education
subjects in English, they will receive permission to take
300-level or higher offerings instructed in English if they can
submit either a TOEFL® score of 500 or higher or complete
"Intermediate English A and B." Additionally, as with AY 2006
Curriculum students, there are no requirements to take 100- or
200- level course offerings in English.
● English-basis
‌
students with a reduced Japanese credit
requirement of 12 credits can follow the same credit structure
as the AY 2011 curriculum.
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2.1.2 Graduation Requirements
Graduation requirements and the subjects that students can take differ depending on the
student’s curriculum, enrollment basis language and status as either a domestic or
international student. These requirements are set at the time of admission and will remain the
same until graduation. Please note that changes in student status may result in a change in
curriculum, but they will not affect graduation requirements.
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Graduation requirements are listed in the sections for each curriculum. Please make sure you
read these carefully.
2.1.3 Systematic Study
Coursework at APU is arranged systematically, starting from introductory subjects and moving
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in increments of difficulty and complexity toward advanced courses. Students are encouraged
to use the grade level, subject field, any listed prerequisite subjects and registration criteria as
a reference in choosing classes in a systematic manner. With the exception of courses with
specific registration procedures, such as seminars, students are able to take any course at or
below their grade level. However, the University recommends completing introductory and
foundation subjects in a planned manner before attempting higher-level study.
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Grade Level
Each course corresponds to a particular level of study, indicated by a grade level code. The
levels are as follows. The criteria for registering courses held in a student's non-basis
language will vary by curriculum. Please confirm the details for the curriculum which applies to
you.
100 level
Primarily for 1st year students
200 level
Primarily for 2nd year students
300 level
Primarily for 3rd year students
400 level
Primarily for 4th year students
Curriculum
Description
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Curricula
Grade Level
Course Registration
Prerequisite Subjects
In order to encourage the systematic study of material, some subjects specify "prerequisite
subjects," which students are encouraged to complete before taking that subject. Classes with
prerequisites specified are held under the assumption that students have completed all
recommended subjects. Please read the syllabus and confirm the contents of the course
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before registering. Subjects for which all prerequisites have been completed by the previous
semester will become available for registration regardless of the subject's grade level.
Please note that certain subjects require mandatory completion of credit for its prerequisites
before it may be registered. These can be found within the course list.
Seminar Subjects
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AY 2011 Curriculum (APS)
2.2.1 College of Asia Pacific Studies (APS)
This curriculum applies to the following groups of students.
1. Students who enrolled in the College of Asia Pacific Studies as new students in AY 2011 or
later
2. Students who enrolled in the College of Asia Pacific Studies as 2nd year or 3rd year transfer
students and who will be the same semester as students in group 1
3. Students who originally enrolled in the College of Asia Pacific Studies before AY 2011, but
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as a result of reinstatement or re-enrollment, will be the same semester as students in
group 1
Degree
Those who have fulfilled the graduation requirements will be awarded a bachelor’s degree
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upon graduation.
Degree Titles
Bachelor of Social Science
Seminar Subjects
Areas of Study
The College of Asia Pacific Studies has established 4 Areas of Study in order to conduct
education and research for the development of wide-ranging problem solving ability and
specialized know-how of the issues facing the Asia Pacific region. Studies are centered on
solid language proficiency and a basic understanding of the diverse cultures, histories,
societies, natural environments, and historical conditions of the Asia Pacific region.
Once students have completed more than 20 credits from among the designated subjects for
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their Area of Study, the name of that Area of Study will be noted on their diploma. Please
note that students need to apply for the Area of Study they wish to complete via Campusmate
in order to have the name of their Area of Study noted on their diploma. For more details
regarding the application procedure for an Area of Study, please refer to the Academic Office
website.
Area of Study
かんきょう
かいはつ
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環境・開発
かんこうがく
観光学
Hospitality & Tourism
こくさいかんけい
国際関係
ぶ ん か
しゃかい
文化・社会・メディア
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Environment & Development
International Relations & Peace Studies
Culture, Society & Media
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Requirements for Graduation
In order to graduate, students must fulfill the credit requirements for each subject field, as well
as complete at least 124 credits total.
Subject Field
Subjects Counted Toward Subject Field
● Major Education Subjects from enrolled college (APS)
General Electives
●C
redits from Language Education Subjects, Common Liberal
Arts Subjects and Major Education Subjects exceeding that
required for graduation
●M
ajor Education Subjects from another college (APM)
(available from 2nd year)
Additional General Elective credits must be completed equivalent
to the number of any exempted Language Education credits.
Course Registration
Major Education Subject
Examinations and Grading
Japanese-basis Students
Japanese-basis students will be placed on either the English Standard Track (24 credits) or
English Advanced Track (12 credits) based on the results of a placement test taken at the time
of enrollment.
English Standard Track
Field
English
24
Language Education and Common
Liberal Arts Subjects
16
Major Education Subjects
General Electives
Total
Seminar Subjects
Common Education
Subjects
No. of Required
Credits
Curriculum
● Language Education Subjects (elective and Asia Pacific
language)
● Common Liberal Arts Subjects
AY 2011 Curriculum (APS)
Common Education
Subjects
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● Opposite language-basis subjects:
Japanese-basis students: English
English-basis students: Japanese
40
at least 124
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Important:
● ‌Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Common Liberal
‌Arts and Major Education subjects held in English (own College or other College subjects)
excluding
‌
language subjects. Subjects held in both English and Japanese (E/J) will not be
counted towards this total.
The maximum number of Bridge Program subject credits a student can take is set at 6.
‌
″Bridge
Program″ courses offer students a way to study a wide variety of Liberal Arts subjects while improving their
English ability. These courses were established as a first step for students who have completed English Preintermediate A and B and are ready to begin taking classes held in English. Lectures are team-taught by college
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and language faculty, and are designed to ensure effective study of both English language and Liberal Arts
subjects. Only Japanese-basis domestic students are eligible to register.
● Japanese-basis domestic and international students must complete "Intermediate English A
& B" before they may register for Common Liberal Arts or Major Education Subjects held in
English. They must also complete and receive credit for "Pre-Intermediate English A & B" in
order to take "Bridge Program" subjects.
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English Advanced Track
Field
AY 2011 Curriculum (APS)
English
12
Language Education and Common
Liberal Arts Subjects
28
Major Education Subjects
Total
40
at least 124
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General Electives
at least 22
Important:
● ‌Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Common Liberal
‌Arts and Major Education subjects held in English (own College or other College subjects)
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Subjects
No. of Required
Credits
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excluding language subjects. Subjects held in both English and Japanese (E/J) will not be
counted towards this total.
● There are no special requirements for English Advanced Track students in order to register
Common Liberal Arts or Major Education Subjects held in the English language. Advanced
Track students cannot, however, register for "Bridge Program" subjects. See "Standard
Track" for details.
Examinations and Grading
English-basis Students
Field
Common Education
Subjects
Japanese
16
Language Education and Common
Liberal Arts Subjects
24
Seminar Subjects
Major Education Subjects
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General Electives
20
No. of Required
Credits
Total
40
at least 124
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2.2.2 College of International Management (APM)
This curriculum applies to the following groups of students.
1. Students who enrolled in the College of International Management as new students in AY
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2011 or later
3. Students who originally enrolled in the College of International Management before AY
2011, but as a result of reinstatement or re-enrollment, will be the same semester as
students in group 1
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transfer students and who will be the same semester as students in group 1
AY 2011 Curriculum (APM)
2. Students who enrolled in the College of International Management as 2nd year or 3rd year
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Degree
Those who have fulfilled the graduation requirements will be awarded a bachelor’s degree
upon graduation.
Degree Titles
Examinations and Grading
Bachelor of Business Administration
Areas of Study
Based on a foundation of wide-ranging understanding of the diverse societies, cultures and
traditions of the Asia Pacific region, the College of International Management has established
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4 Areas of Study in order to develop students with values and social awareness geared toward
creating new businesses and cultivate human resources with the drive and creativity to
succeed in the dynamic world of business in Asia.
Once students have completed more than 30 credits from among the designated subjects for
their Area of Study, the name of that Area of Study will be noted on their diploma. Please
note that students need to apply for the Area of Study they wish to complete via Campusmate
in order to have the name of their Area of Study noted on their diploma. For more details
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regarding the application procedure for an Area of Study, please refer to the Academic Office
website.
Area of Study
かいけい
会計・ファイナンス
Accounting and Finance
マーケティング
Marketing
けいえいせんりゃく
そ しき
経営戦略と組織
イノベーション・経済学
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Strategic Management and Organization
けいざいがく
Innovation and Economics
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Requirements for Graduation
In order to graduate, students must fulfill the credit requirements for each subject field, as well
as complete at least 124 credits total.
AY 2011 Curriculum (APM)
Common
Education
Subjects
Course Registration
Subjects Counted Toward Subject Field
● Opposite
language-basis subjects:
Japanese-basis students: English
English-basis students: Japanese
● L
anguage Education Subjects (elective and Asia Pacific language)
● Common Liberal Arts Subjects
Major Education
Subject
● Major Education Subjects from enrolled college (APM)
General
Electives
● Credits from Language Education Subjects, Common Liberal Arts Subjects
and Major Education Subjects exceeding that required for graduation
● Major Education Subjects from another college (APS) (available from
2nd year)
Additional General Elective credits must be completed equivalent to the
number of any exempted Language Education credits.
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Subject Field
Japanese-basis Students
Japanese-basis students will be placed on either the English Standard Track (24 credits) or
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English Advanced Track (12 credits) based on the results of a placement test taken at the time
of enrollment.
English Standard Track
Field
Seminar Subjects
Common Education
Subjects
No. of Required
Credits
English
24
Language Education and Common
Liberal Arts Subjects
16
Major Education Subjects
General Electives
Total
40
at least 124
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Important:
● Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Common Liberal
‌Arts and Major Education subjects held in English (own College or other College subjects)
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excluding language subjects. Subjects held in both English and Japanese (E/J) will not be
counted towards this total.
‌They must also complete and receive credit for "Pre-intermediate English A & B" in order to
take "Bridge Program" subjects.
The maximum number of Bridge Program subject credits a student can take is set at 6.
″Bridge
‌
Program″ courses offer students a way to study a wide variety of Liberal Arts subjects while improving their
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English ability. These courses were established as a first step for students who have completed English Preintermediate A and B and are ready to begin taking classes held in English. Lectures are team-taught by college
and language faculty, and are designed to ensure effective study of both English language and Liberal Arts
subjects. Only Japanese-basis domestic students are eligible to register.
● Japanese-basis domestic and international students must complete "Intermediate English A
& B" before they may register for Common Liberal Arts or Major Education Subjects held in
English.
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No. of Required
Credits
Field
Common Education
Subjects
12
Language Education and Common
Liberal Arts Subjects
28
40
at least 124
General Electives
at least 22
Important:
● Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Common Liberal
‌Arts and Major Education subjects held in English (own College or other College subjects)
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Total
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English Advanced Track
excluding language subjects. Subjects held in both English and Japanese (E/J) will not be
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counted towards this total.
● There are no special requirements for English Advanced Track students in order to register
Common Liberal Arts or Major Education Subjects held in the English language. Advanced
Track students cannot, however, register for "Bridge Program" subjects. See "Standard
Track" for details.
No. of Required
Credits
Field
Common Education
Subjects
Japanese
16
Language Education and Common
Liberal Arts Subjects
24
Major Education Subjects
Examinations and Grading
English-basis Students
Total
40
at least 124
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General Electives
at least 22
Automatically Registered Subjects
″Business Mathematics″ and ″Introduction to Management″ are subjects which form the basis
for study in APM. These subjects are automatically registered by the University for all APM
students during their first year.
Description
Registration
Registration
Semester
Automatic
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The aim of this subject is to give students
a general understanding of contemporary
corporations and how they are managed. In
Introduction to particular, students will 1) understand the big
1st Semester
Management picture of management culture and 2) gain the
fundamental business knowledge needed for
their other major subjects. This class is the
basis of all other studies within APM.
In Social Science, it is necessary to analyze
various organizations and structures of society
Business
using the scientific method. The primary
2nd Semester
Mathematics
objective of this subject is to attain a solid
knowledge of mathematics which are most
used in business.
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Automatic
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● Starting Mathematics Level
Students will begin from one of the following levels according to the results of the mathematics
placement test at the time of enrollment. The Academic Office will inform students which level
they have qualified for during their first semester, before Course Registration Period B begins.
AY 2011 Curriculum (APM)
semester, and the University will automatically register students for ″Business Mathematics″
during their 2nd semester. While the completion of ″Fundamental Mathematics″ is not
mandatory, there is a need for these students to improve their mathematic ability.
2. The University will automatically register students for ″Business Mathematics″ during their
2nd semester.
3. Registration for ″Business Mathematics″ is unnecessary. Regardless of whether or not
students wish to be exempted, they cannot register for ″Business Mathematics.″
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1. Registration for ″Fundamental Mathematics″ is strongly recommended during the 1st
Core Subjects
Students are strongly encouraged to complete the following 5 ″Core Subjects.″ These form the
foundation for later major subject studies, and students should aim to complete them by the
end of their 2nd year.
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Subject Name
Accounting I
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Accounting II
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Description
Accounting is often called the ″language of business″ and it is as
important as learning English in today's business world. By taking
Accounting I and II, students will gain the fundamental accounting skills
and knowledge needed in the real world.
Finance
This subject aims to give students a solid grounding in financial
systems, namely the theories and models of banks' roles as financial
brokers, as well as the basics of corporate finance.
Principles of
Marketing
Marketing allows for the flow of goods and services by considering
customer needs, creating new value for customers and improving
customer satisfaction. This subject aims to give students an overview
of this sector along with an understanding of the fundamental theories
and strategies of marketing.
Organizational
Behavior
This subject seeks to deepen understanding of personnel movement
and behavior within organizations. It also examines the efficiency
and effectiveness of organizations' management activities from both
micro (individual and team-level) and macro (organizational structure,
functions and culture) levels.
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Language Study
The different language subjects offered at APU vary in degrees of difficulty. Prerequisite
knowledge (level at entry) and course objectives (level at exit) are established for every
course. The level of the non-basis language course that students start at will be determined by
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student’s curriculum. Please refer to the section appropriate for your curriculum.
AY 2011 Curriculum
Language Subjects
English, English-basis students: Japanese). The required number of credits depends on a
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Students are required to take subjects in their non-basis language (Japanese-basis students:
the placement test taken at the time of enrollment.
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English Subjects
For Japanese-basis students, the appropriate curriculum and starting level of English
language courses will be based on the results of the placement test taken at the time of
enrollment. The curriculum types include the English Standard Track (24 credits) and the
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English Advanced Track (12 credits). Note that once curriculum types are set, no changes can
be made.
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● English courses (required subjects) are divided into A (4 credit) and B (2 credit) subjects,
each graded according to its own evaluation criteria. Listening, speaking and writing are
taught in the A class and reading and vocabulary are taught in the B class. Only once credit
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for both subjects is completed can a student proceed to the next level.
● Until all required English courses for the language track are completed, the University will
continue to automatically register for and assign students to classes. When retaking the
same course a student will not necessarily be registered for the same instructor or class,
and this registration may not be changed or cancelled.
● The grade evaluation of each English course (required subjects) will include the score from
the TOEFL®/ITP test held at the end of each semester. For more details, refer to the syllabus
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Language Subjects
Subject Name (credits)
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English Standard Track
Required /
Elective
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Elementary
English A (4)
Elementary
English B (2)
310-419
Required
Automatic
Pre-Intermediate
English A (4)
Pre-Intermediate
English B (2)
420-459
Required
Automatic
Intermediate
English A (4)
Intermediate
English B (2)
460-479
Required
Automatic
Upper-Intermediate
English A (4)
Upper-Intermediate
English B(2)
480-499
Required
Automatic
Elective
Registered
by student
English for Business Writing (2)
Languages
for Specific
Purposes
Course Registration
Placement Score
(TOEFL®/ITP)
English for Business
Presentation (2)
English Project 1 (2)
English for Discussion
and Debate (2)
● ″Language for Specific Purposes″ in the Standard Track is a group of subjects offered to
students who have completed the English courses required for graduation and wish to
develop their language ability further.
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● ‌Students who wish to proceed to the English Advanced Track courses may do so by
completing at least 2 of the ″Language for Specific Purposes″ elective subjects in the
Standard Track. Study in the Advanced Track begins with Advanced English 1A and 1B.
English Advanced Track
Seminar Subjects
Subject Name (credits)
Placement Score
(TOEFL®/ITP)
Required /
Elective
Registration
Advanced English
1A (4)
Advanced English 1B (2)
500-524
Required
Automatic
Advanced English
2A (4)
Advanced English 2B (2)
525-550
Required
Automatic
Elective
Registered
by student
English for Business 1 (2)
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Languages English for Business 2 (2)
for Specific
Purposes Extensive Reading in English (2)
English Project 2 (2)
″Language for Specific Purposes″ in the Advanced Track is a group of subjects offered to
students who have completed the English courses required for graduation and wish to develop
their language ability further.
Registration of English Language Subjects by English-basis Students
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English-basis students who wish to register English courses may take English courses at the
"Advanced Track" level by submitting an application to do so the preceding semester. After
receiving the application, English faculty members will screen and interview students to
determine their starting level. Once a level is assigned, students may register for the English
course themselves during Course Registration Period B. Registration becomes possible from
a student's 2nd semester. Application instructions for the 2014 Fall semester will be made
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available on the Academic Office website in June 2014; applications for 2015 Spring semester,
in December 2014.
Application Schedule for Registration of English Subjects by English-basis Students
Application Period
Semester of
Registration
2014 Fall Semester
2014 Fall Semester:
Mon. December 8, 2014Fri. December 19 at 16:30
2014 Fall Semester:
Wed. January 7, 2015Wed. January 21
2015 Spring Semester
Course Registration
● A
pplications may be made by students who will be taking the registered class from their
2nd semester or later.
● F
or further details, please visit the Academic Office website during the application periods
above.
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2014 Spring Semester:
Mon. July 7, 2014Fri. July 18
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Language Subjects
2014 Spring Semester:
Mon. June 16, 2014Fri. June 27 at 16:30
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(tentative)
TOEFL®/ITP and TOEIC®/IP Examinations
TOEFL®/ITP and TOEIC®/IP tests are held a number of times throughout the academic year.
TOEFL® and TOEIC® are widely recognized tests that can be used to measure and monitor
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English language ability. Both tests allow an institution to evaluate students’ overall language
proficiency and progress. It is also an important part of studies for students to acquire
comprehensive English skills necessary in this international era.
The results of the TOEFL®/ITP test held at the end of each semester will be reflected in the
grade evaluation for the English course (required subjects). They are also necessary when
applying for overseas study programs. The TOEFL®/ITP tests held at the end of each semester
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are mandatory for 1st and 2nd year Japanese-basis students. Test fees for these required
tests will be covered by APU. Students are also able to take other TOEFL®/ITP and TOEIC®/IP
tests which are not mandatory. These tests, however, require advance application (subject to
fees).
● TOEFL®/ITP
TOEFL® stands for ″Test of English as a Foreign Language.″ This test is designed to
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comprehensively measure the English levels of non-native English speakers that apply to
study at universities and graduate schools in English-speaking countries (primarily North
America). Most students wishing to apply to overseas study programs will be required to
submit TOEFL® scores during application.
The TOEFL®/ITP (Institutional Testing Program) tests held on campus are designed for
institutional use. Scores from these tests cannot be used in an official manner, however the
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question format and grading methods conform to TOEFL® tests.
● TOEIC®/IP
TOEIC® stands for ″Test of English For International Communication.″ This internationally
recognized test aims to measure English communication skills and is currently offered in over
60 countries in Europe, Asia and other regions.
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The TOEIC®/IP (Institutional Program) tests held on campus are part of a special group
program. Thus, scores from these tests cannot be used in an official manner. (Please note that
these differ from the TOEIC® test.)
● Application Procedures
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Terminal.
● S
core sheets cannot be reissued under any circumstances. You must submit the original
Score Sheet when making various applications. Please be careful not to lose your score
sheet after receiving your score.
● The TOEFL®/ITP results will be included in the grade evaluation for the English courses
(mandatory courses). The score of the TOEFL®/ITP held at the end of the semester will be
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Information about examination dates and application procedures will be posted to Campus
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automatically reflected in your grade evaluation.
Mandatory TOEFL®/ITP Tests for 1st Year and 2nd Year Japanese-basis Students
Japanese-basis students who enroll as 1st year students after AY 2011 are required to take a
total of 4 TOEFL®/ITP tests within two years from the time of enrollment as designated by the
University. The University will cover the expenses for these tests. Please be sure to complete
these tests, as the results will be reflected in the grade evaluation of English courses (required
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subjects) and will be needed when applying for overseas programs. Please note that test
dates differ according to student year and semester of enrollment. If a student does not take a
test on the designated date for personal reasons, APU will consider that the student has
relinquished the right to take the examination.
AY 2013 Enrolled Japanese-basis Student Mandatory TOEFL®/ITP Test Schedule
Semester
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Spring Semester
Fall Semester
Date
Examinees
Wed. June 25, 2014
Students enrolled in AY 2013 Spring/Fall
Wed. December 17, 2014 Semester
AY 2014 Enrolled Japanese-basis Student Mandatory TOEFL®/ITP Test Schedule
Semester
Spring Semester
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Fall Semester
Date
Wed. May 14, 2014
Wed. July 2, 2014
Wed. January 7, 2015
Examinees
Students enrolled in AY 2014 Spring Semester
Students enrolled in 2014 Spring/Fall Semester
● APU Internal Test Schedule
AY 2014 TOEFL®/ITP and TOEIC®/IP APU Internal Test Schedule
Semester
Other Information and Programs
Spring
TOEFL®/ITP
TOEIC®/IP
Wed. May 14, 2014
Wed. June 18, 2014
Wed. June 25, 2014
-
Wed. July 2, 2014
-
Wed. October 15, 2014
Fall
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Wed. December 17, 2014
Wed. December 3, 2014
Wed. January 7, 2015
-
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Japanese Subjects
For English-basis students, the starting level of Japanese language courses will be based on
the results of the placement test taken at the time of enrollment.
Required
Automatic
Required
Automatic
Elective
Registered
by
student
↓Credit or Exemption
Japanese Intermediate Course (4)
↓Credit or Exemption
↓Credit or Exemption
Pre-Advanced Japanese (4)
Language for Specific Purposes
↓Credit or Exemption
Japanese Project A (2)
Advanced Japanese (4)
Japanese Project B (2)
↓Credit or Exemption
Japanese Project C (2)
Language for Specific Purposes
Japanese Project D (2)
Japanese
Language and
Culture I (2)
Japanese
Project E (2)
↓Credit
↓Credit
Japanese
Project F (2)
Career
Japanese II (2)
Japanese
Language and
Culture II (2)
Japanese for
Lectures (2)
Examinations and Grading
Career
Japanese I (4)
Course Registration
Japanese Foundation Course I, II, III (4 x 3 courses = 12)
Curriculum
Registration
AY 2011 Curriculum
Language Subjects
Required /
Elective
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Subject Name (credits)
↓Credit
Career
Japanese III (2)
Seminar Subjects
● After enrollment, students designated as "beginner" level will be placed into one of the
following 3 levels according to their Japanese ability.
1. W
hen beginning from "Japanese Foundation Course I", students will be registered for
"Japanese Foundation Course I, II and III." (12 classes per week)
2. W
hen beginning from "Japanese Foundation Course II", students will be registered for
"Japanese Foundation Course II and III." (8 classes per week)
3. W
hen beginning from "Japanese Foundation Course III", students will be registered for
Active Learning
"Japanese Foundation Course III" only. (4 classes per week)
● S
tudents starting from levels I or II must take all courses in the set, and are not allowed to
take only I or II separately.
● U
ntil all required Japanese courses for the language graduation requirement are
completed, the University will continue to automatically register for and assign students to
classes. When retaking the same course a student will not necessarily be registered for the
Other Information and Programs
same instructor or class, and this registration may not be changed or cancelled.
● C
ompleted credits exceeding a student's language credit graduation requirement will
instead be counted toward "Common Education Subject" and "General Elective" fields in
order.
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This group of subjects is offered to students who have completed the Japanese courses
required for graduation and wish to develop their language ability further. As each course has
AY 2011 Curriculum
Language Subjects
its own prerequisites and recommended language level, please refer to the syllabus for details.
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Curriculum
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Language for Specific Purposes
Subject Name
Prerequisite Subjects
Japanese
Project A, B, C, D
Japanese
Intermediate
Japanese
Project E, F
Advanced
Japanese
Japanese
for Lectures
Advanced
Japanese
Recommended Language
Level
Completed Japanese
Intermediate
Completed Advanced
Japanese, with a score of
Japanese Language Japanese Language approx. 240 points on the
EJU
and Culture II
and Culture I
Course Registration
Japanese Language Advanced
and Culture I
Japanese
Career Japanese I
Advanced Japanese
Career Japanese II
Career Japanese I
Target Students
English-basis students
(students whose native
language is not Japanese)
International Students,
English-basis Domestic
Students (students whose
native language is not
Japanese)
Examinations and Grading
Career Japanese III Career Japanese II
Asia Pacific Languages (AP Languages)
APU offers ″Asia Pacific Language″ courses in the 6 languages of Chinese, Korean, MalayIndonesian, Spanish, Thai and Vietnamese. Different levels of these courses have varying
degrees of difficulty, therefore students must complete or be exempted from each course’s
Seminar Subjects
prerequisite subject in order to register.
Active Learning
Language
Levels (Credits)
Chinese
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (4)
Korean
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (4)
Malay-Indonesian
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
Spanish
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
Thai
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
Vietnamese
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
● Registration Requirements
● Applicants cannot be native speakers of the course’s language.
Other Information and Programs
● J apanese-basis students must complete or be exempted from ″Elementary English A and
B″ in order to register.
● E
nglish-basis students must complete or be exempted from ″Japanese Foundation I, II,
and III″ in order to register.
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Exemptions for Language Education Subjects
English/Japanese Language Exemption
Students may apply for exemption from English or Japanese language subjects in one of the
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following cases.
preceding your return to APU.
● W
hile taking a leave of absence, you attain a language score specified by the University,
and apply for exemption during the semester immediately preceding your return to APU.
Course Registration
In cases other than the above, students may not apply for exemption.
Curriculum
specified by the University, and apply for exemption during the semester immediately
AY 2011 Curriculum
Language Subjects
● While
studying abroad (participating in an exchange program), you attain a language score
● If the application for exemption is approved, you may register for a higher course. Note that
in the case of exemption, the number of credits exempted will be added to the General
Elective credit graduation requirement.
● S
tudents must apply for exemption during the application period of the semester prior to
Examinations and Grading
the semester they return to APU. Application for exemption cannot be made in semesters
following a student's return to APU. Please refer to p.32 for the application schedule.
Details about application procedures will be announced on the Academic Office website in
August 2014 for students returning for the Fall semester, or January 2015 for students
returning for the Spring semester.
● W
hen applying, submit an application form and original score sheet of the designated test
during the application period. An "original score sheet" is a certificate or report from a
Seminar Subjects
testing organization which shows an evaluation of language ability. This must be printed by
the testing organization itself, and downloaded documents will not be accepted. APU will
not accept photocopied, faxed or emailed documents. Applications must be brought to the
office in person or sent by post.
English Subject Exemption Criteria
Standard Track
Exemption Criteria
(TOEFL®/iBT)
Elementary English A & B
37
Pre-Intermediate A & B
48
Intermediate English A & B
55
Upper-Intermediate A & B
61
Advanced English 1A & 1B
71
Advanced English 2A & 2B
80
Other Information and Programs
Advanced Track
Subject Name
Active Learning
English Track
● Only TOEFL®/iBT scores are valid. TOEFL®/(PBT/ITP/CBT ) scores are not accepted.
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AY 2011 Curriculum
Language Subjects
Subject Name
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Curriculum
Study at APU
Japanese Subject Exemption Criteria
Japanese Foundation I
JLPT 4th level (Old) or JLPT (New) N5
Japanese Foundation II
JLPT 4th level (Old) or JLPT (New) N5
Japanese Foundation III
JLPT 3rd level (Old) or JLPT (New) N4
Japanese Intermediate
EJU, Japanese 200 points or JLPT (New) N4
Pre-advanced Japanese
EJU, Japanese 220 points or JLPT (New) N3
Advanced Japanese
EJU, Japanese 240 points or JLPT (New) N2
Application Schedule (English and Japanese)
Application Period
Course Registration
Exemption Criteria
Screening and Interviews
(planned)
Exemption Takes
Effect
2014 Spring Semester:
Mon. August 18 - Fri.
August 29, 2014 at 16:30
2014 Spring Semester:
Mon. September 1 - Wed.
September 3, 2014
2014 Fall Semester
2014 Fall Semester:
Mon. February 23 - Fri.
March 6, 2015 at 16:30
2014 Fall Semester:
Mon. March 9 - Wed.
March 11, 2015
2015 Spring Semester
Examinations and Grading
For further details, please visit the Academic Office website during the application periods
above.
AP Language Subject Exemption
Students who have received a score from a language ability test specified by APU may apply
for exemption from AP language subjects. Students will be evaluated comprehensively based
Seminar Subjects
on the application, test score and an interview.
● Application details will be announced in June for 2014 Spring semester, and in December
for 2014 Fall semester. Please refer to the Academic Office website for details.
● W
hen applying, submit the original score sheet of the designated test during the application
period. An ″original score sheet″ is a certificate or report from a testing organization which
shows an evaluation of language ability. This must be printed by the testing organization
itself, and downloaded documents will not be accepted. APU will not accept photocopied,
Active Learning
faxed or emailed documents. Applications must be brought to the office in person or sent
by post.
● If an applicant is unable to attend the interview their application for exemption will be
cancelled. Please plan accordingly to attend the interview.
● E
ven if a student has been exempted from an AP language course, Japanese basis
students must first complete or be exempted from ″Elementary English A & B″ and English
Other Information and Programs
basis students must first complete or be exempted from ″Japanese Foundation Course I, II
and III″ before they may register any AP language courses.
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Subject
Name
Study at APU
AP Language Subject Exemption Criteria
Exemption Criteria
ちゅうごくごけんてい し け ん じゅん
きゅう
じつようちゅうごくご ぎ の う けんてい し け ん じゅん
きゅう
しん
きゅう
中国語検定試験4級,実用中国語技能検定試験4級,新HSK2級
Chinese III
中国語検定試験3級,実用中国語技能検定試験3級,新HSK3級
Korean I
韓国語 能 力 検定試験1級,「ハングル」能力検定試験5級
Korean II
韓国語 能 力 検定試験2級,「ハングル」能力検定試験4級
Korean III
韓国語 能 力 検定試験3級,「ハングル」能力検定試験3級
Spanish I
スペイン語技能検定5級
Spanish II
スペイン語技能検定4級
Spanish III
スペイン語技能検定3級
ちゅうごくごけんてい し け ん
きゅう
じつようちゅうごくご ぎ の う けんてい し け ん
きゅう
しん
きゅう
ちゅうごくごけんてい し け ん
きゅう
じつようちゅうごくご ぎ の う けんてい し け ん
きゅう
しん
きゅう
かんこく ご のうりょくけんてい し け ん
きゅう
のうりょくけんてい し け ん
きゅう
かんこく ご のうりょくけんてい し け ん
きゅう
のうりょくけんてい し け ん
きゅう
かんこく ご のうりょくけんてい し け ん
きゅう
のうりょくけんてい し け ん
きゅう
きゅう
ご ぎ の う けんてい
きゅう
ご ぎ の う けんてい
きゅう
Course Registration
ご ぎ の う けんてい
Curriculum
Chinese II
AY 2011 Curriculum
Language Subjects
中国語検定試験準4級,実用中国語技能検定試験準4級,新HSK1級
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Chinese I
Application Schedule (AP Languages)
Interview Date
Exemption Takes Effect
2014 Spring Semester:
Mon. June 16 - Fri. June 27, 2014 at 16:30
Wed. July 9
2014 Fall Semester
2014 Fall Semester:
Mon. December 8 - Fri. December 19, 2014
at 16:30
Wed. January 14
2015 Spring Semester
Examinations and Grading
Application Period
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
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34
Liberal Arts
Language
Total
General Electives
APS Major
Common
Social Theory
Gender Studies
Social Psychology
Cultural Studies
Transnational Sociology
Sociology of Organizations
Cultural Anthropology
Social Stratification
Research Methods for Culture, Society and Media
Introduction to Research Methods
Culture, Society & Media
文化・社会・メディア
Seminar・AL
International Politics and Security
Comparative Political Economy of the Asia Pacific
Political Theory
International Cooperation
Politics of Development
Research Methods for International Relations and Peace Studies
TESOL Ⅰ
TJSOL Ⅰ
Business Communication
Statistics Ⅱ
Japanese Civil Law
Introduction to GIS
Health Science
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Geoscience
Data Mining Ⅰ
Programming Ⅱ
Internet Technology Integration
Media Production Lab A
International Relations
& Peace Studies
国際関係
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Sociology of Tourism
Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality
1st Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
1st Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Introduction to APU
Peer Leader Training Ⅰ
FIRST Program
Career Design Ⅰ
Bridge Program A
Bridge Program B
Bridge Program C
Bridge Program D
Bridge Program E
Bridge Program F
Special Lecture (Liberal Arts)
Chinese Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Spanish Ⅱ・Ⅲ
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
International Peace Studies
Global Issues and Policies
Conflict and Development
Globalization and Regionalism
Globalization and Law
International Law
History of International Politics
Media and Popular Culture
Media and the Arts
Religion and Belief
Language and Society
Area Studies Ⅰ
Area Studies Ⅱ
Global History and the World System
Multiculturalism and Society
Field Study
Special Lecture (APS Major)
2
2
2
Organizational Management
Accounting for Tourism and Hospitality
Human Resource Management
2
2
2
2
2
Major Seminar Ⅰ
Major Seminar Ⅱ
War and Media
Politics and Media
Literature and Modernity
Technology and New Media
Education and Society
Language and History
Migration Studies
Identity and Politics
Strategic Decision-Making
International Organizations
Geo-Politics and Post-Cold War Conflicts
Violence and Terrorism
Tourism Development
Tourism and Hospitality Law
Health and Wellness Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Destination Marketing and Branding
Hospitality Marketing
Operations Research
Environmental Economics
Industrial Ecology
GIS and Remote Sensing
NGOs and Development
Community Development
Pollution and Waste Management
Global Crime
Law, Media and Society
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Heritage and Cultural Tourism
NGOs and Development
Community Development
Special Lecture (Culture, Society and Media)
Development Policy
Environmental Policy
Environmental Modeling and Analysis
International Economics
Project Management in Development
Ecotourism
Special Lecture (Environment and Development)
Resort Management
Hospitality Management
The Travel Industry
The Business Tourism Industry
Ecotourism
Heritage and Cultural Tourism
Project Management in Development)
Special Lecture (Hospitality and Tourism)
International Relations in the Asia Pacific
International Conflict Resolution
International Political Economy
Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Regional Systems in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (International Relations and Peace Studies)
Data Mining Ⅱ
Database Systems
Applied Programming
Media Production Lab B
Media Production Lab C
Media Production Lab D
Information Science Lab A
Information Science Lab B
Information Science Lab C
Japanese Language and Culture Ⅰ
Japanese Language and Culture Ⅱ
Japanese Project E
Japanese Project F
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
2 Applied Training
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
4
2
2 English for Business Presentations
2 English for Business Writing
2
AY 2011 Curriculum
Outline: APS
Curriculum
300 (3rd Year)
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TESOL Ⅱ
TJSOL Ⅱ
Basic English-Japanese Interpretation Skill Ⅰ
Basic English-Japanese Interpretation Skill Ⅱ
Business Negotiation
Career Design Ⅲ
Career Japanese Ⅰ
Career Japanese Ⅱ
Career Japanese Ⅲ
Japanese for Lectures
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
2
2
2
2
4・4
4・4
4・4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
English Project 1
English for Discussion and Debate
English Project 2
4
2
2
Course Registration
Development Economics
Urban Environment and Development
Conflict and Development
International Cooperation
Politics of Development
Peer Leader Training Ⅱ A
Peer Leader Training Ⅱ B
Career Design Ⅱ
Internship
Volunteer Activities
Japanese Traditional Arts A
Japanese Traditional Arts B
Japanese Traditional Arts C
Japanese Traditional Arts D
200 (2nd Year)
4
Upper Intermediate English A
2
Upper Intermediate English B
2
Extensive Reading in English
2
4
Japanese Project A
4
Japanese Project B
Japanese Project C
Japanese Project D
4・4 Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ・Ⅲ
4・4 Thai Ⅱ・Ⅲ
4・4 Vietnamese Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Hospitality & Tourism
観光学
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Intermediate English A
Intermediate English B
English for Business 1
English for Business 2
Pre-Advanced Japanese
Advanced Japanese
Biodiversity
Environment and Society
Global Environmental Issues
Development Sociology and Anthropology
Research Methods for Environment and Development
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Special Lecture (Language)
Mathematics for Social Sciences
Statistics Ⅰ
Programming Ⅰ
Computer Literacy
Business History
Bioethics
Japanese History
Japanese Economy
Japanese Culture and Society
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages of the Asia Pacific
Religions of the Asia Pacific
Culture and Society of the Asia Pacific
Business and Economy in the Asia Pacific
History of the Asia Pacific
4
2
4
2
4
Environment
& Development
環境・開発
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
4
4
Examinations and Grading
AY 2011 Curriculum Outline: APS
Seminar Subjects
○Any excess credits obtained in Language, Liberal Arts, and APS Major Education Subjects
○APM Major Education Subjects(From 2nd Year)
*Students must take additional General Electives Subjects equivalent to the number of exempted Language Education credits.
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Intensive Language Learning Overseas
Introduction to Economics
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Law
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Introduction to Development Studies
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Introduction to Culture and Society
Introduction to Area Studies
Introduction to Media
Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality
Introduction to the Internet
Constitution of Japan
AP言語
AP Lang
AL
Elementary English A
Elementary English B
Advanced English 1A
Advanced English 1B
Japanese Foundation Course Ⅰ
Japanese Foundation Course Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course Ⅲ
100 (1st Year)
Pre-Intermediate English A
Pre-Intermediate English B
Advanced English 2A
Advanced English 2B
Japanese Intermediate Course
Active Learning
英語スタンダードトラック
English Standard Track
英語アドバンストトラック
English Advanced Track
日本語
Japanese
Other Information and Programs
400 (4th Year)
2 Research Seminar 2
Undergraduate Thesis 4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
124 Credits
or more
22 Credits
or more
62 Credits
or more
40 Credits
or more
Credits
24
Credits
12
Credits
16
Credits
Study at APU
2.2.4 AY 2011 Curriculum Outline
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
AP言語
AP Lang
2 Introduction to APU
2 Geography of the Asia Pacific
2 Languages of the Asia Pacific
Introduction to Area Studies
Introduction to Media
International Logistics
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
Business Law
Corporate Law
経営戦略と組織
Innovation & Economics
イノベーション・経済学
APM Major
Field Study
International Management
Strategic Management & Organization
Seminar・AL
2
2
International Logistics
マーケティング
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
International Management
○Any excess credits obtained in Language, Liberal Arts, and APM Major Education Subjects
○APS Major Education Subjects(From 2nd Year)
*Students must take additional General Electives Subjects equivalent to the number of exempted Language Education credits.
2
2
Marketing
Principles of Marketing
2 Finance
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4・4
4・4
4・4
4
4
2
2
2
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
2 Accounting Ⅱ
Accounting Ⅰ
2 Introduction to Management
2 Media Production Lab A
2 Internet Technology Integration
2 Programming Ⅱ
2 Data Mining Ⅰ
2 Environmental Geoscience
2 Environmental Chemistry
2 Health Science
2 Introduction to GIS
2 Japanese Civil Law
2 Statistics Ⅱ
2 Business Communication
2 TJSOL Ⅰ
2 TESOL Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Chinese Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Advanced Japanese
Pre-Advanced Japanese
English for Business 2
English for Business 1
Intermediate English B
4
Special Lecture (APM Major)
Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship
Human Resource Management
E-Commerce
Corporate Finance
Cost Accounting
Organizational Behavior
Japanese Traditional Arts D
Japanese Traditional Arts C
Japanese Traditional Arts B
Japanese Traditional Arts A
Volunteer Activities
Internship
Career Design Ⅱ
Peer Leader Training ⅡB
Peer Leader Training ⅡA
Vietnamese Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ・Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ・Ⅲ
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4・4
4・4
4・4
2
2
Japanese Project C
2
2
2
2
4
Japanese Project D
Japanese Project B
Japanese Project A
Extensive Reading in English
Upper Intermediate English B
Upper Intermediate English A
200 (2nd Year)
Accounting & Finance
2 Business Mathematics
Fundamental Mathematics
2
2 Business and Economy in the Asia Pacific 2
Constitution of Japan
History of the Asia Pacific
2 Culture and Society of the Asia Pacific 2 Special Lecture (Liberal Arts)
2 Bridge Program F
2 Bridge Program E
Introduction to the Internet
Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality 2 Religions of the Asia Pacific
2 Japanese Culture and Society
2 Bridge Program D
2 Bridge Program B
2 Bridge Program C
Introduction to Intercultural Communication 2 Japanese Economy
Introduction to Culture and Society
2 Bridge Program A
Introduction to International Relations 2 Japanese History
2 Bioethics
2 FIRST Program
2 Peer Leader Training Ⅰ
2 Career Design Ⅰ
2 Programming Ⅰ
2 Computer Literacy
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Law
2 1st Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Introduction to Environmental Studies 2 Business History
2 Statistics Ⅰ
Introduction to Political Science
2
2 1st Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
Introduction to Development Studies
2 Mathematics for Social Sciences
Introduction to Economics
Intensive Language Learning Overseas 2 Special Lecture (Language)
4
4
4
4
2
4
2
Intermediate English A
会計・ファイナンス
Compulsory/Core Subjects
Other Information and Programs
Total
General Electives
4 Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
4 Thai Ⅰ
4 Vietnamese Ⅰ
Japanese Foundation Course Ⅲ
Active Learning
APM Major
4
Japanese Foundation Course Ⅰ
Japanese Foundation Course Ⅱ
日本語
Japanese
AL
4 Japanese Intermediate Course
4
Advanced English 1B
English Advanced Track
4 Advanced English 2A
4
Seminar Subjects
Liberal Arts
2 Advanced English 2B
Advanced English 1A
英語アドバンストトラック
2 Pre-Intermediate English B
Elementary English B
English Standard Track
4 Pre-Intermediate English A
Elementary English A
英語スタンダードトラック
Examinations and Grading
Language
2 Investment Strategy
2 Applied Training
2
Major Seminar2
2
Major Seminar1
Legal Strategy in Business
2
2 International Political Economy
2 Development Economics
Technology Management
Operations Research
Business Ethics
2 International Economics
Development and Production Systems
2 Asian Economy
2 Management Information System
2
International Transactions
Strategic Management
Production Management
2 Family Business Management
International Comparative Management
2 Service Management
2 Brand Management
Marketing Data Analysis
Global Human Resource Management
2 Supply Chain Management
2 Service Management
Consumer Behavior
International Marketing
2 Promotion and Sales Management
Auditing
Marketing Research
2 International Finance
2 Investment and Securities Analysis
2 Financial Market and Institutions
Information Science Lab C
Information Science Lab B
Information Science Lab A
2 Media Production Lab D
2 Media Production Lab C
2 Media Production Lab B
2 Applied Programming
2 Database Systems
2 Data Mining Ⅱ
2 Vietnamese Ⅳ
4 Thai Ⅳ
4 Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
2 Japanese Project F
2 Japanese Project E
2 Japanese Language and Culture Ⅱ
4 Japanese Language and Culture Ⅰ
2
2 English for Business Writing
2 English for Business Presentations
Advanced Accounting
300 (3rd Year)
International Accounting
Management Accounting
Career Design Ⅲ
Business Negotiation
Basic English-Japanese Interpretation Skill Ⅱ
Basic English-Japanese Interpretation Skill Ⅰ
TJSOL Ⅱ
TESOL Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Chinese Ⅳ
Japanese for Lectures
Career Japanese Ⅲ
Career Japanese Ⅱ
Career Japanese Ⅰ
English Project 2
English for Discussion and Debate
English Project 1
Course Registration
Common
Curriculum
AY 2011 Curriculum
Outline: APM
AY 2011 Curriculum Outline: APM
100 (1st Year)
400 (4th Year)
Undergraduate Thesis 4
2 Research Seminar 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Credits
124 Credits
or more
22 Credits
or more
62 Credits
or more
40 Credits
or more
Credits
16
Credits
12
Credits
24
Study at APU
■
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Subject List
About the Subject List
■
Curriculum
2.2.5 AY 2011 Curriculum Subject List
The subject list includes information for each course, such as the course code and credit
completion field. An explanation of how to read this information follows.
Subject Field
The ″Field″ column for a subject indicates the field in which a course’s credit will be counted.
For details of these fields, refer to p.19 for APS or p. 22 for APM.
Course Registration
Subject Field
Common Education
Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Major Education
Subjects
Notation in Subject List
Language Education Subject
Language
Liberal Arts Subject
Liberal Arts
APS Major Subject
APS
APM Major Subject
APM
APS and APM Major Subject
APS/APM
Area of Study
The ″Area of Study″ column indicates which area of study a course’s credit will count towards
when completed. For more information on this topic, please see p.18 for APS or p.21 for APM.
Seminar Subjects
College
Active Learning
APS
Other Information and Programs
APM
36
Area of Study
Subject List Code
Environment & Development
ED
Hospitality & Tourism
HT
International Relations & Peace Studies
IRP
Culture, Society & Media
CSM
Accounting & Finance
AF
Marketing
M
Strategic Management & Organization
SMO
Innovation & Economics
IE
All APM Areas of Study
ALL
ALL● (automatically registered subject)
ALL■ (core subject)
Study at APU
Grade Level
Each course corresponds to a particular level of study, indicated by a grade level code. See
p.17 for details.
Grade Level
Description
200 level
Primarily for 2nd year students
300 level
Primarily for 3rd year students
400 level
Primarily for 4th year students
Primarily for 1st year students
■
100 level
Curriculum
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
Prerequisites Subjects
The ″Prerequisite Subject″ column lists subjects which must be completed before the
Course Registration
respective course may be registered. Refer to p.17 for more information on prerequisites.
Notes
The following information may appear in the ″Notes″ column.
Description
Subject List Code
ST
English Advanced Track Subject
AT
Re-registration Possible
○
Examinations and Grading
English Standard Track Subject
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
37
Study at APU
AY 2011 Curriculum Subject List
科目CD
Subject CD
分野
Field
010081
Language
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
010092
010101
010102
Language
Language
Language
Language
010103
Language
010180
Language
010190
Language
■
Curriculum
010091
Course Registration
010200
010210
Language
010220
Language
010230
Language
Examinations and Grading
010240
Language
010260
Language
010270
Language
Language
010290
Language
010300
Language
Seminar Subjects
Language
010311
Language
010320
Language
010330
Language
010340
Language
010341
Language
010350
Language
010360
Language
010370
Active Learning
Language
010281
010310
Language
010371
Language
011100
Language
011101
Language
011102
Language
011103
011104
Other Information and Programs
Language
010250
010280
Language
Language
011105
Language
011106
Language
011107
011200
38
Language
Language
Language
学修分野/Area
APS
科目名
Subject Name
APM
日本語初級Ⅰ
Japanese Foundation Course I
日本語初級Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course II
日本語初級Ⅲ
Japanese Foundation Course III
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語中上級
Pre-Advanced Japanese
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
中国語Ⅰ
Chinese I
中国語Ⅱ
Chinese II
中国語Ⅲ
Chinese III
中国語Ⅳ
Chinese IV
韓国語Ⅰ
Korean I
韓国語Ⅱ
Korean II
韓国語Ⅲ
Korean III
韓国語Ⅳ
Korean IV
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian I
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian II
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian III
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅳ
Malay/Indonesian IV
スペイン語Ⅰ
Spanish I
スペイン語Ⅱ
Spanish II
スペイン語Ⅲ
Spanish III
スペイン語Ⅳ
Spanish IV
タイ語Ⅰ
Thai I
タイ語Ⅱ
Thai II
タイ語Ⅲ
Thai III
タイ語Ⅳ
Thai IV
ベトナム語Ⅰ
Vietnamese I
ベトナム語Ⅱ
Vietnamese II
ベトナム語Ⅲ
Vietnamese III
ベトナム語Ⅳ
Vietnamese IV
英語初級A
Elementary English A
英語初級B
Elementary English B
英語準中級A
Pre-Intermediate English A
英語準中級B
Pre-Intermediate English B
英語中級A
Intermediate English A
英語中級B
Intermediate English B
英語準上級A
Upper Intermediate English A
英語準上級B
Upper Intermediate English B
英語上級1A
Advanced English 1A
単位
Credits
グレード番号
Grade Level
4
100
4
100
4
100
4
100
4
200
4
200
4
100
4
200
4
200
4
300
4
100
4
200
4
200
4
300
4
100
4
200
4
200
2
300
4
100
4
200
4
200
2
300
4
100
4
200
4
200
2
300
4
100
4
200
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
備考
Note
日本語初級Ⅰ ・ Ⅱ ・ Ⅲ
Japanese Foundation Course I ・ II ・ III
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語中上級
Pre-Advanced Japanese
中国語Ⅰ
Chinese I
中国語Ⅱ
Chinese II
中国語Ⅲ
Chinese III
韓国語Ⅰ
Korean I
韓国語Ⅱ
Korean II
韓国語Ⅲ
Korean III
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian I
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian II
マレー語・インドネシア語Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian III
スペイン語Ⅰ
Spanish I
スペイン語Ⅱ
Spanish II
スペイン語Ⅲ
Spanish III
タイ語Ⅰ
Thai I
タイ語Ⅱ
Thai II
タイ語Ⅲ
Thai III
ベトナム語Ⅰ
Vietnamese I
ベトナム語Ⅱ
4
200
2
300
4
100
ST
2
100
ST
4
100
2
4
100
200
2
200
4
200
2
200
4
100
Vietnamese II
ベトナム語Ⅲ
Vietnamese III
英語初級A ・ B
Elementary English A ・ B
英語初級A ・ B
Elementary English A ・ B
英語準中級A ・ B
Pre-Intermediate English A ・ B
英語準中級A ・ B
Pre-Intermediate English A ・ B
英語中級A ・ B
Intermediate English A ・ B
英語中級A ・ B
Intermediate English A ・ B
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
AT
分野
Field
011201
Language
011202
011203
011300
Language
Language
Language
011400
Language
011401
Language
011500
Language
011600
Language
011601
Language
Language
011603
Language
011604
Language
011605
011800
011801
011803
011900
011901
011902
011903
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Career Japanese I
キャリア日本語Ⅱ
Career Japanese II
キャリア日本語Ⅲ
Career Japanese III
日本語 ・ 日本文化Ⅰ
Japanese Language and Culture I
日本語 ・ 日本文化Ⅱ
Japanese Language and Culture II
講義の日本語
Japanese for Lectures
日本語プロジェクトA
Japanese Project A
日本語プロジェクトB
Japanese Project B
日本語プロジェクトC
Japanese Project C
日本語プロジェクトD
Japanese Project D
日本語プロジェクトE
Japanese Project E
日本語プロジェクトF
Japanese Project F
英語ビジネス ・ ライティング
English for Business Writing
英語ビジネス ・ プレゼンテーション
English for Business Presentations
英語ディスカッションとディベート
English for Discussion and Debate
英語プロジェクト1
English Project 1
ビジネス英語1
English for Business 1
ビジネス英語2
English for Business 2
英語多読
Extensive Reading in English
英語プロジェクト2
4
2
100
100
4
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
2
2
2
2
2
300
300
300
200
200
200
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
200
2
100
2
100
2
200
2
100
2
200
2
200
Language
020022
Liberal
Arts
政治学入門
Introduction to Political Science
020023
Liberal
Arts
国際関係論入門
020025
Liberal
Arts
法学入門
020026
Liberal
Arts
心理学入門
020031
Liberal
Arts
経済学入門
020033
Liberal
Arts
メディア入門
020035
Liberal
Arts
文化 ・ 社会学入門
020036
Liberal
Arts
開発学入門
020037
Liberal
Arts
地域学入門
020038
Liberal
Arts
GIS入門
020039
Liberal
Arts
観光学入門
020041
Liberal
Arts
インターネット入門
020050
Liberal
Arts
ウェルネス
020051
Liberal
Arts
生命倫理
020052
Liberal
Arts
環境と化学
020053
Liberal
Arts
地球環境科学
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Law
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Economics
Introduction to Media
Introduction to Culture and Society
Introduction to Development Studies
Introduction to Area Studies
Introduction to GIS
Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality
Introduction to the Internet
Health Science
Bioethics
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Geoscience
AT
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
キャリア日本語Ⅰ
Career Japanese I
キャリア日本語Ⅱ
Career Japanese II
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
日本語 ・ 日本文化Ⅰ
Japanese Language and Culture I
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
英語準上級A ・ B
Upper Intermediate English A ・ B
英語準上級A ・ B
Upper Intermediate English A ・ B
英語準上級A ・ B
Upper Intermediate English A ・ B
英語準上級A ・ B
Upper Intermediate English A ・ B
英語上級2A ・ B
Advanced English 2A ・ B
英語上級2A ・ B
Advanced English 2A ・ B
英語上級2A ・ B
Advanced English 2A ・ B
英語上級2A ・ B
Advanced English 2A ・ B
ST
ST
ST
ST
AT
AT
AT
AT
○
Other Information and Programs
2
012010
Advanced English 1 A ・ B
AT
Active Learning
300
English Project 2
Advanced English 1 A ・ B
英語上級1A ・ B
Seminar Subjects
2
海外集中言語研修
Intensive Language Learning Overseas
AT
英語上級1A ・ B
Examinations and Grading
011802
Language
Advanced English 2B
キャリア日本語Ⅰ
100
備考
Note
Course Registration
011602
Advanced English 2A
英語上級2B
2
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
Curriculum
Language
Advanced English 1B
英語上級2A
グレード番号
Grade Level
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
011302
英語上級1B
単位
Credits
Language
科目名
Subject Name
APM
■
011301
学修分野/Area
APS
Study at APU
科目CD
Subject CD
39
■
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
Study at APU
Curriculum
Course Registration
Examinations and Grading
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
40
学修分野/Area
科目CD
Subject CD
分野
Field
020070
Liberal
Arts
020091
Liberal
Arts
コンピューターリテラシー
020092
Liberal
Arts
インターネット技術統合
020093
Liberal
Arts
プログラミングⅠ
020094
Liberal
Arts
プログラミングⅡ
020095
Liberal
Arts
データマイニングⅠ
020096
Liberal
Arts
データマイニングⅡ
020097
Liberal
Arts
データベースシステム
020098
Liberal
Arts
応用プログラミング
020111
Liberal
Arts
情報科学ラボA
020112
Liberal
Arts
情報科学ラボB
020113
Liberal
Arts
情報科学ラボC
020114
Liberal
Arts
メディア制作ラボA
020115
Liberal
Arts
メディア制作ラボB
020116
Liberal
Arts
メディア制作ラボC
020117
Liberal
Arts
メディア制作ラボD
020121
Liberal
Arts
新入生ワークショップⅠ
020122
Liberal
Arts
新入生ワークショップⅡ
020123
Liberal
Arts
APU入門
020241
Liberal
Arts
020242
Liberal
Arts
日本の文化と社会
020243
Liberal
Arts
日本の民法
020244
Liberal
Arts
経営史
020255
Liberal
Arts
特殊講義(共通教養科目)
021005
Liberal
Arts
異文化間コミュニケーション入門
021008
Liberal
Arts
日本の歴史
021011
Liberal
Arts
環境学入門
021012
Liberal
Arts
アジア太平洋の地理
021013
Liberal
Arts
アジア太平洋の言語
021014
Liberal
Arts
アジア太平洋の宗教
021015
Liberal
Arts
アジア太平洋の文化と社会
021016
Liberal
Arts
アジア太平洋のビジネス ・ 経済事情
021017
Liberal
Arts
アジア太平洋の歴史
021043
Liberal
Arts
日本国憲法
021047
Liberal
Arts
統計学Ⅰ
021048
Liberal
Arts
統計学Ⅱ
Statistics II
特殊講義(言語教育科目)
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
APS
科目名
Subject Name
APM
社会科学のための数学
Mathematics for Social Sciences
Computer Literacy
Internet Technology Integration
Programming I
Programming II
Data Mining I
Data Mining II
Database Systems
Applied Programming
Information Science Lab A
Information Science Lab B
Information Science Lab C
Media Production Lab A
Media Production Lab B
Media Production Lab C
Media Production Lab D
1st Year Student Workshop I
1st Year Student Workshop II
Introduction to APU
日本の経済
Japanese Economy
Japanese Culture and Society
Japanese Civil Law
Business History
Special Lecture (Liberal Arts Subject)
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Japanese History
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages of the Asia Pacific
Religions of the Asia Pacific
Culture and Society of the Asia Pacific
Business and Economy in the Asia Pacific
History of the Asia Pacific
Constitution of Japan
Statistics I
021050
Language
021100
Liberal
Arts
TESOL Ⅰ
TESOL I
021101
Liberal
Arts
TESOL Ⅱ
021102
Liberal
Arts
日本語教授法Ⅰ
TESOL II
TJSOL I
単位
Credits
グレード番号
Grade Level
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
備考
Note
2
100
2
100
2
200
2
100
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
100
1st
year only
2
100
1st
year only
2
100
1st
year only
2
100
2
100
2
200
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
200
2
100
2
200
2
300
2
200
○
○
021106
Liberal
Arts
ビジネス ・ コミュニケーション
021107
Liberal
Arts
ビジネス ・ ネゴシエーション
021130
Liberal
Arts
キャリア ・ デザインⅠ
021131
Liberal
Arts
キャリア ・ デザインⅡ
021132
Liberal
Arts
キャリア ・ デザインⅢ
021150
Liberal
Arts
日本の伝統芸術A
021151
Liberal
Arts
日本の伝統芸術B
021152
Liberal
Arts
日本の伝統芸術C
021153
Liberal
Arts
日本の伝統芸術D
021170
Liberal
Arts
ブリッジプログラムA
021171
Liberal
Arts
ブリッジプログラムB
021172
Liberal
Arts
ブリッジプログラムC
021173
Liberal
Arts
ブリッジプログラムD
021174
Liberal
Arts
ブリッジプログラムE
021175
Liberal
Arts
ブリッジプログラムF
021190
Liberal
Arts
ピアリーダートレーニングⅠ
021191
Liberal
Arts
ピアリーダートレーニングⅡA
021192
Liberal
Arts
ピアリーダートレーニングⅡB
021193
Liberal
Arts
ファーストプログラム
021194
Liberal
Arts
ボランティア研究
021195
Liberal
Arts
インターンシップ
Internship
030002
APS
APS
Basic English-Japanese Interpretation Skill II
Business Communication
Business Negotiation
Career Design I
Career Design II
Career Design III
Japanese Traditional Arts A
Japanese Traditional Arts B
Japanese Traditional Arts C
Japanese Traditional Arts D
Bridge Program A
Bridge Program B
Bridge Program C
Bridge Program D
Bridge Program E
Bridge Program F
Peer Leader Training I
Peer Leader Training II A
Peer Leader Training II B
FIRST Program
Volunteer Activities
CSM
IRP
030003
APS
ED
030004
APS
HT
030011
APS
CSM
APS
CSM
030021
APS
CSM
030022
030024
APS
APS
CSM
CSM
030025
APS
CSM
030026
APS
CSM
030027
APS
CSM
CSM
030029
APS
CSM
030031
APS
CSM
030032
APS
CSM
Research Methods for International Relations and Peace Studies
調査研究法(環境 ・ 開発)
Research Methods for Environment and Development
調査研究法(観光学)
Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality
社会理論
Social Theory
文化人類学
Cultural Anthropology
宗教と信仰
Religion and Belief
ジェンダー研究
Gender Studies
グローバル ・ ヒストリー
Global History and the World System
カルチュラルスタディーズ
Cultural Studies
地域研究Ⅰ Area Studies I
地域研究Ⅱ Area Studies II
メディアと芸術
Media and the Arts
メディアと文化
Media and Popular Culture
文学と近代化
Literature and Modernity
言語と社会
Language and Society
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
100
2
200
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
100
ST
2
100
ST
2
100
ST
2
100
ST
2
100
ST
2
100
ST
2
100
2
200
2
200
2
100
2
200
2
200
○
2
200
APS
only
2
200
APS
only
2
200
APS
only
2
200
APS
only
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
200
○
Other Information and Programs
030028
APS
調査研究法(国際関係)
300
Active Learning
030013
調査研究法(文化 ・ 社会 ・ メディア)
Research Methods for Culture, Society and Media
2
Seminar Subjects
Liberal
Arts
備考
Note
Examinations and Grading
021105
日英通訳の基礎Ⅱ
Basic English-Japanese Interpretation Skill I
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
Course Registration
日英通訳の基礎Ⅰ
グレード番号
Grade Level
Curriculum
021104
Liberal
Arts
日本語教授法Ⅱ
TJSOL II
単位
Credits
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
Liberal
Arts
030001
科目名
Subject Name
APM
021103
APS
■
分野
Field
Study at APU
学修分野/Area
科目CD
Subject CD
41
Study at APU
分野
Field
APS
030033
APS
CSM
030034
030035
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
■
Curriculum
030036
030037
030038
030039
030041
030100
030102
Course Registration
030103
030104
030110
030121
030141
030150
Examinations and Grading
030181
030182
030184
030185
030186
030187
030188
Seminar Subjects
030189
030191
030192
030193
030194
030195
030196
Active Learning
030197
030261
030262
030263
030265
Other Information and Programs
030266
030267
030268
030269
030271
42
学修分野/Area
科目CD
Subject CD
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
CSM
CSM
CSM
CSM
CSM
CSM
CSM
CSM
IRP
IRP
IRP
CSM
CSM
CSM
IRP
IRP
IRP,ED
IRP,ED
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
IRP
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED
ED, HT
ED, CSM
科目名
Subject Name
APM
言語と歴史
Language and History
組織社会学
Sociology of Organizations
社会階層論
Social Stratification
戦争とメディア
War and Media
政治とメディア
Politics and Media
テクノロジーとニューメディア
Technology and New Media
法とメディアと社会
Law, Media and Society
グローバル化と犯罪
Global Crime
国際社会学
Transnational Sociology
国際法
International Law
平和学
International Peace Studies
国際機構論
International Organizations
多文化社会論
Multiculturalism and Society
マイグレーション研究
Migration Studies
エスニシティと国民国家
Ethnicity and Nationalism
グローバリゼーションと規範
Globalization and Law
政治理論
Political Theory
開発政治論
Politics of Development
紛争と開発
Conflict and Development
国際政治とセキュリティ
International Politics and Security
アジア太平洋の比較政治経済
Comparative Political Economy of the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋における国際関係
International Relations in the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋地域システム論
Regional Systems in the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋と人権
Asia Pacific and Human Rights
グローバル化と地域主義
Globalization and Regionalism
国際問題と政策
Global Issues and Policies
国際紛争解決
International Conflict Resolution
戦略分析と意思決定
Strategic Decision-Making
アイデンティティと政治
Identity and Politics
冷戦後紛争と地政学
Geo-Politics and Post-Cold War Conflicts
暴力とテロリズム
Violence and Terrorism
開発社会学 ・ 人類学
Development Sociology and Anthropology
生物多様性
Biodiversity
地球環境問題
Global Environmental Issues
都市の環境と開発
Urban Environment and Development
環境と社会
Environment and Society
環境経済学
Environmental Economics
産業生態学
Industrial Ecology
開発のプロジェクト ・ マネジメント
Project Management in Development
NGOと開発
NGOs and Development
単位
Credits
グレード番号
Grade Level
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
備考
Note
分野
Field
APS
030272
APS
ED
030273
030274
030275
030335
030336
030339
030341
030342
030343
030344
030345
030347
030350
030360
030400
030401
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
APS
030515
APS
030516
030517
030518
030540
030541
030550
030553
030564
030565
030566
030572
030595
030597
APS
開発政策
ED
Development Policy
コミュニティー開発論
ED, CSM
Community Development
環境政策
ED
Environmental Policy
観光学のための会計学
HT
Accounting for Tourism and Hospitality
観光資源評価 ・ 管理
HT
Tourism Resources Management
組織マネジメント
HT
Organizational Management
遺産 ・ 文化観光
HT, CSM
Heritage and Cultural Tourism
旅行産業論
HT
The Travel Industry
ホスピタリティ ・ マネジメント
HT
Hospitality Management
観光と法
HT
Tourism and Hospitality Law
観光開発
HT
Tourism Development
ヘルス&ウェルネスツーリズム
HT
Health and Wellness Tourism
リスク ・ マネジメントとサービス ・ デリバリー
HT
Risk Management and Service Delivery
デスティネーション ・ マーケティング&ブランディング
HT
Destination Marketing and Branding
ホスピタリティ ・ マーケティング
HT
Hospitality Marketing
リゾートマネジメント
HT
Resort Management
観光社会学
HT
Sociology of Tourism
観光政策
HT
Tourism Policy
エコ ・ ツーリズム論
HT,ED
Ecotourism
ビジネス ・ ツーリズム論
HT
The Business Tourism Industry
調査 ・ 研究入門
Introduction to Research Methods
特殊講義(文化 ・ 社会 ・ メディア)
CSM
Special Lecture (Culture, Society and Media)
特殊講義(国際関係)
IRP
Special Lecture (International Relations and Peace Studies)
特殊講義(環境 ・ 開発)
ED
Special Lecture (Environment and Development)
特殊講義(観光学)
HT
Special Lecture (Hospitality and Tourism)
卒業研究
APS
Research Seminar
卒業論文
APS
Undergraduate Thesis
プロジェクト研究
APS
Applied Training
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
APS
Special Lecture (Asia Pacific Studies)
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
APS
Special Lecture (Asia Pacific Studies)
基礎数学
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
Fundamental Mathematics
ALL●
ALL●
ALL■
ALL■
SMO
ビジネス数学
Business Mathematics
経営学入門
Introduction to Management
会計学Ⅰ
Accounting I
会計学Ⅱ
Accounting II
経営情報システム
Management Information System
ビジネス法
Business Law
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
200
APS
only
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
400
4
400
2
300
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
100
2
300
2
200
卒業研究
Research Seminar
Other Information and Programs
030571
APS
Environmental Modeling and Analysis
300
Active Learning
030545
APS
ED
2
Seminar Subjects
030511
環境モデリング
300
Examinations and Grading
030346
APS
GIS and Remote Sensing
2
Course Registration
030340
APS
ED
備考
Note
Curriculum
030334
APS
GISとリモートセンシング
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
030333
APS
Pollution and Waste Management
グレード番号
Grade Level
030300
APS
公害 ・ 廃棄物処理
単位
Credits
■
030276
APS
科目名
Subject Name
APM
Study at APU
学修分野/Area
科目CD
Subject CD
43
Study at APU
分野
Field
030600
APM
Course Registration
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
030602
■
Curriculum
科目CD
Subject CD
ALL■
030606
APM
ALL■
030611
030630
Examinations and Grading
AF
APM
IE
APM
IE
030674
APM
IE
030675
030676
APM
IE
APM
IE
030701
APM
AF
030702
APM
AF
APM
AF
APM
AF
030715
APM
AF
030716
APM
AF
030718
APM
APM
030740
APS/APM
030760
AF
APM
030721
030750
Seminar Subjects
APM
030673
030717
AF
IE
HT
APM
IE
M
APM
M
030800
APM
M,SMO
030820
APM
AF
030861
030870
Active Learning
AF
APM
030714
APM
AF
APM
M
030892
APM
SMO
031070
APM
ALL
031071
APM
031073
APM
031080
APM
031084
APM
032005
032006
Other Information and Programs
ALL■
APM
APS
APS
ALL
Organizational Behavior
原価会計
Cost Accounting
生産管理論
Production Management
ミクロ経済学
Microeconomics
マクロ経済学
Macroeconomics
アジア経済論
Asian Economy
開発 ・ 生産システム論
Development and Production Systems
財務会計論Ⅰ
Financial AccountingI
財務会計論Ⅱ
Financial AccountingII
管理会計論
Management Accounting
上級会計
Advanced Accounting
監査
Auditing
金融市場と金融制度
Financial Market and Institutions
投資 ・ 証券分析
Investment and Securities Analysis
投資戦略
Investment Strategy
技術経営
Technology Management
オペレーションズ ・ リサーチ
Operations Research
マーケティング ・ リサーチ
Marketing Research
消費者行動論
Consumer Behavior
国際経営論
International Management
国際金融論
International Finance
国際会計
International Accounting
国際マーケティング論
International Marketing
国際取引
International Transactions
卒業研究
Research Seminar
卒業論文
Undergraduate Thesis
Special Lecture (Management)
社会心理学
CSM
Social Psychology
教育と社会
CSM
IRP,ED
Education and Society
国際政治史
History of International Politics
国際協力論
International Cooperation
フィールド ・ スタディ
APS
Field Study
専門演習Ⅰ
APS
APS/APM
組織行動論
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
APS
032080
Principles of Marketing
Special Lecture (Management)
032019
APS
Corporate Finance
マーケティング入門
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
IRP
032070
コーポレート ・ ファイナンス
Applied Training
APS
032060
金融論
Finance
プロジェクト研究
032015
032040
科目名
Subject Name
APM
030605
030710
44
学修分野/Area
APS
Major Seminar I
専門演習Ⅱ
Major Seminar II
ED
IE
開発経済学
Development Economics
単位
Credits
グレード番号
Grade Level
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
備考
Note
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
400
4
400
2
300
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
200
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
S200 M300
卒業研究
Research Seminar
○
分野
Field
APS
APM
032081
APS/APM
ED
IE
032082
032083
033011
033023
033024
033025
033027
033028
033029
033030
033032
033040
033060
033070
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
SMO
M
SMO,IE
M
M
M
M
M,SMO
M,SMO
SMO
SMO
SMO
Entrepreneurship
ブランドマネジメント
Brand Management
販売 ・ プロモーションマネジメント
Promotion and Sales Management
マーケティングデータ分析
Marketing Data Analysis
Eコマース
E-Commerce
国際物流論
International Logistics
サービスマネジメント
Service Management
国際人的資源管理論
Global Human Resource Management
ファミリービジネス
Family Business Management
経営戦略論
Strategic Management
ビジネスエシックス
Business Ethics
フィールド ・ スタディ
APM
APM
Supply Chain Management
アントレプレナーシップ
Corporate Law
APM
APM
International Comparative Management
サプライ ・ チェーン ・ マネジメント
会社法
APM
Field Study
ALL
ALL
専門演習Ⅰ
Major Seminar I
専門演習Ⅱ
Major Seminar II
300
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
200
2
300
2
300
Examinations and Grading
033033
APM
Legal Strategy in Business
国際比較経営
2
Course Registration
033026
ビジネス法務戦略
APM
APM
Human Resource Management
300
備考
Note
Curriculum
033022
SMO
International Political Economy
人的資源管理論
2
前提科目
Prerequisite Subjects
AY 2011 Curriculum
Subject List
033019
HT
IE
国際政治経済学
グレード番号
Grade Level
033018
APS/APM
IRP
国際経済学
International Economics
単位
Credits
■
033013
APS/APM
科目名
Subject Name
Study at APU
学修分野/Area
科目CD
Subject CD
○
* Please refer to p.36 for more information on this subject list.
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
45
Study at APU
AY 2006 Curriculum (APS)
2.3.1 College of Asia Pacific Studies (APS)
■
Curriculum
2.3 AY 2006 Curriculum
This curriculum applies to the following groups of students.
1. Students who enrolled in the College of Asia Pacific Studies as new students between AY
2006 and 2010
2. Students who enrolled in the College of Asia Pacific Studies as 2nd year or 3rd year transfer
students and who will be the same semester as students in group 1
3. Students who originally enrolled in the College of Asia Pacific Studies before AY 2006, but
Course Registration
as a result of reinstatement or re-enrollment, will be the same semester as students in
group 1
Clusters
Based on a foundation of social sciences, international relations and area studies, the College
Examinations and Grading
of Asia Pacific Studies has divided its courses into 4 "Clusters."
Clusters
ひ かくしゃかい
ぶん か
比較社会・文化
こくさいしゃかい
国際社会ガバナンス
かんきょうしげんせいさく
環境資源政策
じ ぞ く か の う か い は つ
Seminar Subjects
持続可能開発
Comparative Societies and Cultures
International Governance
Environmental Resource Policy
Sustainable Development
Degree
Those who have fulfilled the graduation requirements will be awarded a bachelor’s degree
upon graduation. In addition, students who complete 20 or more credits in a certain cluster will
have the cluster name included on their degree. If a student has completed 20 or more credits
in multiple clusters, the name of the cluster in which they completed the most credits shall be
Active Learning
included on the degree.
Degree Titles
Bachelor of Social Science
Bachelor of Social Science〔Comparative Societies and Cultures〕
Other Information and Programs
Bachelor of Social Science〔International Governance〕
Bachelor of Social Science〔Environmental Resource Policy〕
Bachelor of Social Science〔Sustainable Development〕
46
Study at APU
Requirements for Graduation
In order to graduate, students must complete at least 124 credits and fulfill the requirements
for the following subject fields.
● L
anguage Education Subjects (elective and Asia Pacific
language)
● Foundation Education Subjects
● Major Education Subjects from enrolled college (APS)
● CAP Major Education Subjects
General Electives
● C
redits from Language Education Subjects, Foundation
Education Subjects and Major Education Subjects exceeding
that required for graduation
● Major Education Subjects from another college (APM) (available
from 2nd year)
Additional General Elective credits must be completed equivalent
to the number of any exempted Language Education credits.
Course Registration
Major Education
Subject
Curriculum
● O
pposite language-basis subjects:
Japanese-basis students: English
English-basis students: Japanese
AY 2006 Curriculum (APS)
Common Education
Subjects
Subjects Counted Toward Subject Field
■
Subject Field
Examinations and Grading
In order to take 300 level or higher subjects held in a non-basis language, students must first
fulfill the following language proficiency requirements. See p.93 for application instructions.
● Japanese-basis
students must attain 500 points or more on the TOEFL®, or an equivalent
test score.
● E
nglish-basis students must meet one of the following conditions.
○ Completion of ″Japanese Advanced Course II″ or ″Advanced Japanese″ (From AY 2011)
Seminar Subjects
○ 240 points or more on the EJU
○ Attainment of JLPT N2 (new)
Japanese-basis Students
Field
English
20
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
20
Major Education
General Electives
Total
Active Learning
Common Education
No. of Required
Credits
40
at least 124
62
at least 22
Important:
Other Information and Programs
Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Foundation or Major
Education subjects (from either college) held in the English Language. Subjects held in both
English and Japanese (E/J) will not be counted towards this total.
47
Study at APU
English-basis Students
Field
AY 2006 Curriculum (APM)
■
Curriculum
Common Education
No. of Required
Credits
Japanese
24
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
16
Total
40
at least 124
Major Education
62
General Electives
at least 22
Important:
In the following cases, students’ Japanese credit requirement will be reduced from 24 to 12
Course Registration
credits, resulting in changed graduation criteria.
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Foundation Course II″ by the end of the 1st
semester
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Intermediate Course″ by the end of the 4th
semester
Examinations and Grading
English-basis Students with Reduced Japanese Credit Requirements
Field
Common Education
Japanese
12
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
16
Major Education
General Electives
Seminar Subjects
No. of Required
Credits
Total
28
at least 124
62
at least 34
Students with reduced Japanese language requirements are not eligible for the Accelerated
Graduation Program.
Active Learning
2.3.2 College of International Management / College of Asia Pacific Management (APM)
This curriculum applies to the following groups of students.
1. Students who enrolled in the College of International Management / College of Asia Pacific
Management as new students between AY 2006 and 2010
2. Students who enrolled in the College of International Management / College of Asia Pacific
Other Information and Programs
Management as 2nd year or 3rd year transfer students and who will be the same semester
as students in group 1
3. Students who originally enrolled in the College of International Management / College of
Asia Pacific Management before AY 2006, but as a result of reinstatement or re-enrollment,
will be the same semester as students in group 1
48
Study at APU
Degree
Those who have fulfilled the graduation requirements will be awarded a bachelor’s degree
upon graduation.
■
Degree Title
In April 2009 the ″College of Asia Pacific Management″ changed its name to the ″College of
International Management.″ However, students enrolled in AY 2008 or earlier will remain
Curriculum
●Regarding College Name Change
AY 2006 Curriculum (APM)
Bachelor of Business Administration
affiliated with the ″College of Asia Pacific Management.″ The English degree title will remain
Course Registration
unchanged. Students who took a leave of absence or withdrew from University before April
2009 and then reinstated or re-enrolled after April 2009 will be affiliated under the same
college name as other students at the same semester level.
Requirements for Graduation
In order to graduate, students must complete at least 124 credits and fulfill the requirements
Examinations and Grading
for the following subject fields.
Subject Field
Common Education
Subjects
Subjects Counted Toward Subject Field
● O
pposite language-basis subjects:
Japanese-basis students: English
English-basis students: Japanese
● Major Education Subjects from enrolled college (APM)
● CAP Major Education Subjects
General Electives
● C
redits from Language Education Subjects, Foundation
Education Subjects and Major Education Subjects exceeding
that required for graduation
● Major Education Subjects from another college (APS) (available
from 2nd year)
Additional General Elective credits must be completed equivalent
to the number of any exempted Language Education credits.
Active Learning
Major Education
Subject
Seminar Subjects
● L
anguage Education Subjects (elective and Asia Pacific
language)
● Foundation Education Subjects
In order to take 300 level or higher subjects held in a non-basis language, students must first
fulfill the following language proficiency requirements. See p.93 for application instructions.
● J apanese-basis students must attain 500 points or more on the TOEFL®, or an equivalent
Other Information and Programs
test score.
● E
nglish-basis students must meet one of the following conditions.
○ Completion of ″Japanese Advanced Course II″ or ″Advanced Japanese″ (From AY 2011)
○2
40 points or more on the EJU
○ Attainment of JLPT N2 (new)
49
Study at APU
Japanese-basis Students
Field
AY 2006 Curriculum (APM)
English
20
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
20
Total
40
at least 124
Major Education
62
General Electives
at least 22
Important:
Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Foundation or Major
Education subjects (from either college) held in the English language. Subjects held in both
■
Curriculum
Common Education
No. of Required
Credits
Course Registration
English and Japanese (E/J) will not be counted towards this total.
English-basis Students
Field
Examinations and Grading
Common Education
No. of Required
Credits
Japanese
24
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
16
Total
40
at least 124
Major Education
62
General Electives
at least 22
Important:
In the following cases, students’ Japanese credit requirement will be reduced from 24 to 12
Seminar Subjects
credits, resulting in changed graduation criteria.
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Foundation Course II″ by the end of the 1st
semester
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Intermediate Course″ by the end of the 4th
semester
Active Learning
English-basis Students with Reduced Japanese Credit Requirements
Field
Common Education
Other Information and Programs
Major Education
General Electives
No. of Required
Credits
Japanese
12
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
16
Total
28
at least 124
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at least 34
Students with reduced Japanese language requirements are not eligible for the Accelerated
Graduation Program.
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Core Subjects
The following 8 subjects are considered the core of APM, and students are strongly advised to
enroll in them. These form the foundation for later major subject studies, and students should
aim to complete them by the end of the 2nd year.
Accounting I
Accounting II
Marketing /
Principles of
Marketing*
Accounting is often called the ″language of business″ and it is as
important as learning English in today's business world. By taking
Accounting I & II, students will gain the fundamental accounting
skills and knowledge needed in the real world.
This subject aims to give students a solid grounding in financial
systems, namely the theories and models of banks' roles as
financial brokers, as well as the basics of corporate finance.
Examinations and Grading
Finance
Course Registration
Introduction to
Management*
The aim of this subject is to give students a general understanding
of contemporary corporations and how they are managed.
In particular, students will 1) understand the big picture of
management culture and 2) gain the fundamental business
knowledge needed for their other major subjects. This class is the
basis of all other studies within APM.
Marketing allows for the flow of goods and services by
considering customers' needs, creating new value for customers
and improving customer satisfaction. This subject aims to give
students an overview of this sector along with an understanding of
the fundamental theories and strategies of marketing.
Active Learning
Production
Management
The bottom line of business is to provide society with the goods
and services it deems necessary. Students will gain an overview
of production systems while looking into the various issues
encountered in the management of those systems.
Seminar Subjects
Human Resources
Management
Students will learn the basics of human resources management
and consider various personal strategies used to respond to
issues in the ever-changing world of business. Students will gain
an awareness of the HRM systems used by corporations today as
well as delve into the future perspectives of the industry.
Curriculum
Fundamentals of
Business Management/
This course is designed to teach the basic concepts of the field
to students who have never studied the subject before. The
curriculum uses textbook examples to introduce perspectives on
finance in an easy to understand manner.
AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
Introduction to
Economics
Description
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Subject Name
● S
ubjects showing "*" are AY 2011 Curriculum subjects, available for registration from AY
2011.
2.3.3 Crossover Advanced Program (CAP)
Other Information and Programs
The Crossover Advanced Program (CAP) refers to several original programs with curricula that
cover applied disciplines and topics. CAP consists of interdisciplinary programs that integrate
the core areas of APS and APM. The five available programs offer advanced content that will
serve as a stepping stone from undergraduate to graduate studies and prepare students to
become future leaders in their respective fields.
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Note:
● C
AP is a program intended primarily for B-course students (those approved for CAP at time
of enrollment in APU). As this program targets AY 2006 curriculum students, and students
begin in their 3rd semester, we are not currently accepting new applications.
AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
semester. Although program participants would normally continue studying within the same
CAP through graduation, in instances where a student's education or research plan
changes, the University will allow two opportunities to return to normal college student
status in the 5th and 7th semesters. The screening for this status change is conducted
during a student's 4th and 6th semesters respectively. Please note that CAP students may
not change from one CAP program to another.
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Curriculum
● C
AP students begin taking major subjects from their enrolled CAP program from the 3rd
Examinations and Grading
THP
Seminar Subjects
HLS
Active Learning
ISS
Other Information and Programs
ICT
LCS
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Tourism and
Hospitality
Program
Cultural exchange and the promotion of regional industries
through tourism are important themes in the development of
the Asia Pacific region. In this program, students will explore
all facets of tourism through the lenses of culture, society
and community. They will study the theory and practice
of hospitality management as they relate to the tourism,
service, public welfare and medical industries.
Health,
Environment and
Life Sciences
Program
The concept for this program is to learn how health and
ecosystem problems relate to the issues in the environment,
the basic essence of life. Students will take a multifaceted
learning approach to the myriad issues in the fields of health,
environment and life sciences. Students will search for
solutions to problems that concern securing and sustaining
natural and human ecosystems at the regional, national and
global levels.
International
Strategic Studies
Program
While the Asia Pacific region has the potential to prosper,
critical thinking and decision-making abilities are required to
solve the complex issues it faces in the realms of ethnicity,
religion, resources, energy and security. After students
learn the fundamentals of international relations, they will
explore issues that require strategic decision-making at the
organizational, national and regional levels in pursuit of the
ideal policy direction for global society.
Information and
Communication
Technology
Program
In recent years, there is a growing need in the Asia Pacific for
talented individuals knowledgeable in both social sciences
and information technology. To respond to these needs,
this program will provide students with a solid foundation
in the study of societies, cultures, economics and business
management. In addition, students will acquire the skills and
knowledge of information and communications technology
needed to work in a variety of ICT-related fields. *Offered
only in English
Language and
Culture Studies
Program
The Asia Pacific is home to many people with diverse
cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Drawing from both
APS and APM subject matter, students in this program will
gain a heightened awareness that language is a necessary
element in intercultural understanding. Students will strive for
advanced language proficiency required to handle various
situations in a multicultural environment.
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Degrees
Students enrolled in a CAP program who have completed at least 30 credits of designated
CAP subjects are eligible to have the enrolled program name included on their degree. If a
CAP student does not meet the 30 credit requirement to graduate with a CAP degree, they
Degree Title
Bachelor of Social Science 〔Tourism and Hospitality Program 〕
Bachelor of Social Science 〔Health, Environment and Life Sciences Program〕
APS
Bachelor of Social Science 〔International Strategic Studies Program〕
Bachelor of Social Science 〔Language and Culture Studies Program〕
Course Registration
College of Asia
Pacific Studies
Bachelor of Social Science 〔Information and Communication Technology
Program〕
Bachelor of Business Administration 〔Tourism and Hospitality Program〕
College of
Asia Pacific
Management
Bachelor of Business Administration 〔Health, Environment and Life Sciences
Program〕
College of
International
Management
Bachelor of Business Administration 〔Language and Culture Studies
Program〕
Bachelor of Business Administration 〔International Strategic Studies
Program〕
Examinations and Grading
APM
Curriculum
College
AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
on the degree.
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may still be eligible to graduate as a normal student from APS or APM without the CAP name
Bachelor of Business Administration 〔Information and Communication
Technology Program〕
Seminar Subjects
Requirements for Graduation
In order to graduate, students must complete at least 124 credits and fulfill the requirements
for the following subject fields. If a student is unable to complete 30 or more credits of major
subjects from their enrolled CAP program, they will be evaluated for graduation as a regular
APS or APM student. If graduation in this case is possible, the student will not receive the CAP
program name on their degree.
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Other Information and Programs
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AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
Common
Education
Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
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Curriculum
Subject Field
CAP Major
Education
Subjects
Subjects Counted Toward Subject Field
● O
pposite language-basis subjects:
Japanese-basis students: English
English-basis students: Japanese
● L
anguage Education Subjects (Elective and Asia Pacific language)
● F
oundation Education Subjects
● C
AP Major Education Subjects from enrolled
program or Major Education Subjects which
count toward enrolled program
Major
Education
Subjects
● M
ajor Education Subjects from enrolled college
● C
AP Major Education Subjects from enrolled program or Major
Education Subjects which count toward enrolled program exceeding
30 credits
● C
AP Major Education Subjects from a program in which you are not
enrolled
General
Electives
● C
redits from Language Education Subjects, Foundation Education
Subjects and Major Education Subjects exceeding that required for
graduation
● Major Education Subjects from another college (available from 2nd year)
Additional General Elective credits must be completed equivalent to the
number of any exempted Language Education credits.
In order to take 300 level or higher subjects held in their non-basis language, students must first
fulfill the following language proficiency requirements. See p.93 for application instructions.
● J apanese-basis students must attain 500 points or more on the TOEFL®, or equivalent test
score.
● E
nglish-basis students must meet one of the following conditions.
Seminar Subjects
○ Completion of ″Japanese Advanced Course II″ or ″Advanced Japanese″ (From AY 2011)
○ 240 points or more on the EJU
○ Attainment of JLPT N2 (new)
Japanese-basis Students (criteria for both colleges and all CAP programs)
Active Learning
Field
Common
Education
Major
Education
Other Information and Programs
General Elective
No. of Required
Credits
English
20
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
20
Cap Major Subjects (enrolled program)
30
Total
40
62
at least
124
at least 22
Important:
● J apanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of Foundation or
Major Education subjects (from either college) held in the English language. Subjects held
in both English and Japanese (E/J) will not be counted towards this total.
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Field
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
16
Cap Major Subjects (enrolled program)
30
General Elective
40
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at least
124
at least 22
Important:
In the following cases, students’ Japanese credit requirement will be reduced from 24 to 12
Curriculum
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AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
Major
Education
Japanese
Total
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Common
Education
No. of Required
Credits
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English-basis Students (criteria for both colleges and all CAP programs)
credits, resulting in changed graduation criteria.
Course Registration
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Foundation Course II″ by the end of the 1st
semester
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Intermediate Course″ by the end of the 4th
semester
Field
Common
Education
Japanese
12
Language Education and
Foundation Education Subjects
16
Cap Major Subjects (enrolled program)
30
General Elective
Total
28
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124
Seminar Subjects
Major
Education
No. of Required
Credits
Examinations and Grading
English-basis Students with Reduced Japanese Credit Requirements
at least 34
CAP Studies
In their 1st year, CAP students will pursue the same course of study as APS and APM
Active Learning
students. Starting in their 2nd year, CAP students will enroll in small-group seminar subjects
ahead of their non-CAP counterparts.
The following seminar classes are offered. Students may only enroll in seminar courses during
the semester level at which the course is offered. Students must apply in advance for 3rd and
4th year seminars. Please refer to p.117 for instructions.
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Year
Subject Name (credits)
Spring enrolled
students
AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
2
Course Registration
Fall semester: ″1st Year
Student Workshop II″ (2)*
Fall enrolled
students
Fall Semester: ″1st Year
Student Workshop I & II″
(2 each)*
APS students
″Introduction to Research
Methods″ (2)*
APM students
″Introduction to Business
Studies″ (2)*
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1
Spring semester:″1st Year
Student Workshop I″ (2)*
Automatic Registration
Automatic Registration
Registered by student
″Introduction to CAP Major Seminar″ (2)
Automatic Registration
Spring semester
″CAP Major Seminar I″ (2)
Fall semester
″CAP Major Seminar II″ (2)
After student application
in advance, Registered by
University
7th semester
″CAP Research Seminar″ (2)
After student application
in advance, Registered by
University
8th semester
″Undergraduate Thesis
(CAP)″ (4)
Registered by University if CAP
Research Seminar grade is
passing
3
4
Examinations and Grading
Registration
● In the above table, course credit showing a ″*″ are APS or APM major subjects, which will
not count towards CAP Major Subject credit.
Seminar Subjects
4 Years of Study as a CAP Student
2nd Year Seminar Subjects
CAP Introductory Seminar is the 2nd year seminar subject for CAP students. It is intended to
give students the foundation that they need for their major subjects in the 3rd and 4th years.
Students are required to register for the CAP Introductory Seminar offered for their program.
Active Learning
Faculty members in each CAP supervise the CAP Introductory Seminars. These classes
strongly correlate with 3rd and 4th year seminar subjects.
Number of
Classes
Semester-based, 1 class per week
Class Type
Lecture and workshop
Other Information and Programs
Objective
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Gain fundamental knowledge required for major subject education in
enrolled CAP program
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3rd Year Seminar Subjects
3rd year students must register for CAP Major Seminar I and CAP Major Seminar II, smallgroup seminars offered for their program. CAP Major Seminar I & II are both semester-length
subjects. Students are encouraged to take these seminars in succession. Students may,
however, take other CAP Major Seminar I & II courses with differing themes as long as they
Semester-based, 1 class per week
Class Type
Refer to course syllabus
Course Registration
Sub-Seminar
Registration
Students will normally enroll in one seminar subject per semester. However,
students that wish to engage in in-depth studies outside of their field may be
permitted to enroll in two seminar subjects in the same semester, provided
they meet certain conditions. For sub-seminar registration, students may
choose from courses offered by a different faculty member from the same
CAP program, as well as APS or APM seminars.
Curriculum
Number of
Classes
AY 2006 Curriculum (CAP)
instructions for 3rd year seminar.
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are also within their enrolled CAP program. See p.117 for the application period and
Sub-Seminar credits completed by CAP students will be calculated in the following manner:
Credit Field
A student registers for a sub-seminar course held by another
faculty member in the same CAP program
CAP Major Education
Subject
A student registers for a sub-seminar course from their enrolled
college
Major Education Subject
(for enrolled college)
A student registers for a sub-seminar course from a different
college than the one in which they are enrolled
General Elective
Examinations and Grading
Sub-Seminar Case
Seminar Subjects
4th Year Seminar Subjects
Building on accumulated knowledge and skills over the previous three years, CAP students
write their undergraduate theses–the culmination of their 4 years of study–in 4th year
seminars. In this subject, students research a topic of interest over the course of one year and
write a thesis in the latter half of the 4th year.
Active Learning
Students take ″CAP Research Seminar″ (2 credits) in the 1st semester of their 4th year.
Students who pass this subject then register for ″Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)″ (4 credits) in
their final semester. Students who fail CAP Research Seminar cannot enroll in CAP
″Undergraduate Thesis (CAP).″ In other words, they cannot write a thesis for credit. See p.117
for the application period and instructions for 4th year seminar.
Other Information and Programs
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Study Facilities for CAP Major Subjects
CAP Lab
AY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
Course Registration
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Curriculum
CAP students may use the Institute Academic Laboratory, or "CAP Lab," located on the 2nd
floor of Building BII (Faculty Offices II). The CAP Lab is a shared study facility for all five
Institutes. Students may use the lab for research meetings, group work, seminar presentation
preparation, consultations with faculty or for self-study. The CAP Lab is normally open Monday
through Friday from 9:30 to 17:30. The CAP Lab is equipped with the following facilities.
Cyber Space
● Computers
● Scanner
● Printer*
● Copier*
Self-study Space
●M
eeting space
●C
AP-specific books
●P
eriodicals
●S
tationery
Meeting Space
● Whiteboard
● CAP faculty
consultation room
Note:
Equipment marked with an asterisk (*) requires a rechargeable card.
HLS Biochemistry Lab
The objective of this lab is to give HLS students practical experience with the knowledge they
Examinations and Grading
have gained in the following required foundation subjects: Bioscience, Environment and
Chemistry, and Earth Science and Statistics. Students will learn the basics of lab etiquette as
well as how to run experiments, handle lab results and write lab reports.
CAP ICT Laboratory (Electronic Engineering Experiment Lab & Physics Lab)
The ICT student laboratory is designed to enhance classroom instruction and enforce learning
Seminar Subjects
through hands-on, practical experimentation. The electronics lab is equipped with instruments
which are particularly needed for courses along Computer Engineering and Communication
Engineering tracks of the program. The physics laboratory on the other hand, is intended for
foundation physics courses and environmental physics.
Active Learning
2.3.4 AY 2006 Curriculum Language Education Subjects
Language Study
Students are required to take subjects in their non-basis language (Japanese-basis students:
English, English-basis students: Japanese). The required number of credits depends on a
Other Information and Programs
student’s curriculum. Please refer to the section appropriate for your curriculum.
The different language subjects offered at APU vary in degrees of difficulty. Prerequisite
knowledge (level at entry) and course objectives (level at exit) are established for every
course. In order to complete language courses at APU, students must first either have
completed or be exempt from taking that course’s prerequisite subjects. The level of the nonbasis language course that students start at will be determined by the placement test taken at
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English Subjects
Although APU carried out a curriculum reform in AY 2011, students on the AY 2006 curriculum
will continue to take English language subjects from the AY 2006 Curriculum. Please note that
these students will have different course names and course registration procedures than those
Objective
(for exemption)
Prerequisite
Subject
2004 Curriculum
Subject Name
4
Up to TOEFL® 400 TOEFL® 400
None
Introduction To
English
Fundamental
English I & II
(4 each, 8 total)
8
TOEFL® 400-450
TOEFL® 450
Introduction to
English
English I
Intermediate
English I & II
(4 each, 8 total)
8
TOEFL® 450-500
TOEFL® 500
Fundamental
English I & II
English II
Advanced
English I (4)
4
TOEFL® 500-550
TOEFL® 550
Intermediate
English I & II
English III
Advanced
English II (4)
4
TOEFL® 550-600
TOEFL® 600
Advanced
English I
N/A
Course Registration
Introduction to
English (4)
Curriculum
Prerequisite
Level
AY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
Classes
per week
Subject Name
(credits)
■
of students enrolling from the 2011 Spring Semester.
Examinations and Grading
Important:
● F
undamental English I & II subjects and Intermediate English I & II subjects are meant to
be taken together as a set.
● Introduction to English, Fundamental English I & II and Intermediate English I & II include in
their grading and assessment TOEFL®/ITP scores of tests taken at APU in the semester
the courses are registered.
● E
nglish-basis students will only be allowed to take Advanced English II.
Seminar Subjects
● C
redits obtained in excess of the required number of credits will be counted first as
″Common Education Subjects,″ then as ″General Electives″ if applicable.
Registration of AY 2011 English language courses
Students who fulfill the following criteria are able to register for AY 2011 Curriculum English
Advanced Track Electives if there are spaces available during the Course Registration Period B.
Active Learning
1. ‌AY 2006 Curriculum Japanese basis students who have either gained credit or have been
exempted from taking Advanced English I (4 credits)
2. AY 2006 Curriculum English basis students who are non-native speakers of English
TOEFL®/ITP & TOEIC®/IP Examinations
TOEFL®/ITP and TOEIC®/IP tests are held a number of times throughout the academic year.
Other Information and Programs
TOEFL® and TOEIC® are widely recognized tests that can be used to measure and monitor
English language ability. Both tests allow an institution to evaluate students’ overall language
proficiency and progress. It is also an important part of studies for students to acquire
comprehensive English skills necessary in this international era. Scores from these tests
cannot be used in an official manner. (Please note that these differ from the TOEIC® test.)
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AY 2014 TOEFL®/ITP and TOEIC®/IP APU Internal Test Schedule
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AY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
Spring
Curriculum
TOEFL®/ITP
Semester
Fall
TOEIC®/IP
Wed. May 14, 2014
Wed. June 18, 2014
Wed. June 25, 2014
-
Wed. July 2, 2014
-
Wed. October 15, 2014
-
Wed. December 17, 2014
Wed. December 3, 2014
Wed. January 7, 2015
-
● S
core sheets cannot be reissued under any circumstances. You must submit the original
Score Sheet when making various applications (overseas programs, course exemptions,
Course Registration
etc.). Please be careful not to lose your score sheet after receiving your score.
● The TOEFL®/ITP results will be included in the grade evaluation for the English courses
(mandatory courses). The score of the TOEFL®/ITP held at the end of the semester will be
automatically reflected in your grade evaluation.
Japanese Subjects
Examinations and Grading
APU carried out a curriculum reform in AY 2011. Beginning from the 2011 academic year, AY
2006 Curriculum students will take Japanese language courses using the new subject names.
Course name changes are as follows.
Active Learning
Seminar Subjects
Subject Name
No. of
Credits
Prerequisite Subject
Prerequisite Level Objective
Japanese Foundation
Course I, II & III
4 each,
None
3 courses
Beginner
Japanese Foundation
Course II & III
4 each,
Japanese Foundation Course I
2 courses
JLPT 4th level (Old) 60%
Japanese Foundation
Course III
4
Japanese Foundation Course II
JLPT 4th level (Old) 80% or
3rd level (Old) 50%
Japanese Intermediate
Course
4
Japanese Foundation Course III
JLPT 3rd level (Old) 60% or
JLPT (New) N4
Japanese Advanced
Course I or Preadvanced Japanese*
4
Japanese Intermediate Course
EJU, Japanese 200 points or
JLPT (New) N3
Japanese Advanced
Course II or Advanced
Japanese*
4
Japanese Advanced Course I or
Pre-advanced Japanese*
EJU, Japanese 220 points or
JLPT (New) N2
● In the above table, subject names showing a ″*″ are AY 2011 curriculum courses. These
names will apply if taken during AY 2011 or later.
Other Information and Programs
● After enrollment, students designated as ″beginner″ level will be placed into one of the
following levels according to their Japanese ability.
○ Begin from ″Japanese Foundation Course I,″ including Japanese Foundation Course I, II
& III as a set. Twelve classes per week.
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○ Begin from ″Japanese Foundation Course II,″ including Japanese Foundation Course II &
III as a set. Eight classes per week.
○ Begin from ″Japanese Foundation Course III,″ one subject only for 4 classes per week.
● S
tudents beginning from levels 1 or 2 above must take all subjects in the set.
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Intermediate Course″ by the end of the 4th
semester
Curriculum
semester
AY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
● A student has not completed ″Japanese Foundation Course II″ by the end of the 1st
reduced from 24 to 12 credits, resulting in changed graduation criteria.
■
In the following cases, AY 2006 Curriculum students’ Japanese credit requirement will be
Course Registration
Once a student's Japanese graduation requirements have been reduced to 12 credits,
consecutive Japanese classes will be automatically registered by the University. Students with
reduced requirements may take more than 12 credits of Japanese, however these credits will
be counted as "Common Education Subjects."
Language for Specific Purposes
Examinations and Grading
This group of subjects is offered to students who have completed the Japanese courses
required for graduation and wish to develop their language ability further. Please refer to the
syllabus for more details on course objectives and prerequisite subjects.
Subject Name
Prerequisite Subjects
Japanese Advanced
Course II or Advanced
Japanese
Japanese
Language and
Culture I
Japanese Advanced
Course II or Advanced
Japanese
Japanese
Language and
Culture II
Japanese Language
and Culture I
Career
Japanese I
Japanese Advanced
Course II or Advanced
Japanese
Career
Japanese II
Business Japanese II
or Career Japanese I
Career
Japanese III
Career Japanese II
Completed Japanese
Advanced Course II or
Advanced Japanese,
with a score of approx.
240 points on the EJU
International students,
English-basis Domestic
students (students
whose native language
is not Japanese)
Other Information and Programs
Japanese for
Lectures
Active Learning
Japanese Advanced
Course II or Advanced
Japanese
Target Students
Seminar Subjects
Japanese
Project E/F
Recommended Language
Level
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Asia Pacific Languages (AP Languages)
Subjects Offered
APU offers ″Asia Pacific Language″ courses in the 6 languages of Chinese, Korean, MalayAY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
Course Registration
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Curriculum
Indonesian, Spanish, Thai and Vietnamese. Different levels of these courses have varying
degrees of difficulty, therefore students must complete or be exempted from each course’s
prerequisite subject in order to register.
Languages and Levels
Language
Levels (Credits)
Chinese
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (4)
Korean
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (4)
Malay-Indonesian
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
Spanish
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
Thai
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
Vietnamese
I (4), II (4), III (4), IV (2)
● Registration Requirements
Examinations and Grading
● Applicants cannot be native speakers of the course’s language.
● J apanese-basis students must complete or be exempted from ″Intermediate English I & II″
in order to register.
● E
nglish-basis students must complete or be exempted from ″Japanese Advanced I″ in
order to register.
Seminar Subjects
Exemptions and Credit Award for Language Education Subjects
Difference Between Exemption and Credit Award
Students who meet certain conditions set by APU can apply for an exemption or credit award.
The difference between exemption and credit award are explained below.
Course Credit
Necessary Application Materials
Active Learning
Students are exempted from taking the
course, however, they must complete ● Application form
Exemption
an equivalent number of credits by
● Original certified test score
taking other courses.
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Credit
Award
● Application form
● Original certified test score
Students receive credit for the subject,
9th semester students and above must
which will count towards graduation
pay an amount of 20,500 JPY per
credit requirements.
credit. (Students will be contacted after
credit award is approved)
● Students exempted from courses by the placement test taken at the time of enrollment are
not required to complete any special procedures.
● Credit award by submission of certified test scores will only be allowed for "Intermediate
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English I & II," "Advanced English I," "Advanced Japanese I" (or the AY 2011 Curriculum
course "Advanced Japanese") and "Advanced Japanese II" (or the AY 2011 Curriculum
course "Pre-advanced Japanese").
● The following are conditions in which a student will be ineligible to apply for credit award
● Application is with a placement test result
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● The language course is the same as the applicant’s basis language of enrollment
● The applicant is a 3rd year transfer student
Language Exemption and Credit Award Criteria and Schedule
English Subject Criteria
Introduction to
Exemption English
Only
Fundamental
English I & II
Intermediate
English I
TOEFL®/iBT
400
32
97
300
450
45
133
500
61
550
79
IELTS
STEP
-
4.5
2nd level
442
-
5.0
Pre-1st
level
173
587
B level
5.5
-
213
730
A level
6.0
1st level
Examinations and Grading
Exemption English I & II
or Credit
Advanced
Award
UNATE
TOEFL®/ TOEIC®
(UN Test of
(or IP)
CBT
English)
TOEFL®/PBT
(or ITP)
Course Registration
Subject Name
Curriculum
AY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
● The applicant has already been exempted from the course
● S
TEP (Japanese Eiken) test scores are only accepted for exemption from newly enrolled
1st year students.
Japanese Subject Criteria
Japanese
Foundation Course I
JapaneseFoundation
Exemption Course II
Only
Japanese
Foundation Course III
Japanese Language Proficiency Test 4th level (Old)
or JLPT (New) N5
Japanese Language Proficiency Test 4th level (Old)
or JLPT (New) N5
Japanese Language Proficiency Test 3rd level (Old)
or JLPT (New) N4
EJU, Japanese 200 points or JLPT (New) N4
Active Learning
Japanese
Intermediate Course
Criteria
Seminar Subjects
Subject Name
Other Information and Programs
Pre-Advanced
Japanese
EJU, Japanese 220 points or JLPT (New) N3
Exemption (Old Name: Advanced
or Credit Japanese I)
Award
Advanced Japanese
(Old Name: Advanced EJU, Japanese 240 points or JLPT (New) N2
Japanese II)
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Language Subjects
Application Period
■
Curriculum
Study at APU
Application Schedule (English and Japanese)
Results Released
2014 Spring Semester:
Wed. July 16 - Fri. August 1,
2014 at16:30
Date of 2014 Spring Semester grade release, or
for graduating students, the day of graduation
assessment
2014 Fall Semester:
Wed. January 21 - Fri. February 13,
2015 at 16:30
Date of 2014 Fall Semester grade release, or
for graduating students, the day of graduation
assessment
● W
hen applying, submit the original score sheet of the designated test during the application
period. An "original score sheet" is a certificate or report from a testing organization which
shows an evaluation of language ability. This must be printed by the testing organization
itself, and downloaded documents will not be accepted. We will not accept a copy or fax of
this document.
Course Registration
● Information regarding 2014 Spring semester applications will be available in July, while
information for 2014 Fall semester applications will be available from January 2015. Please
see the Academic Office website for more details.
Asia Pacific Language Subject Criteria
Subject Name
Exemption Criteria
Examinations and Grading
ちゅうごくごけんていしけんじゅん
Chinese I
きゅう
しん
きゅう
Seminar Subjects
Exemption
Active Learning
Only
じつようちゅうごくごぎのうけんていしけん
きゅう
じつようちゅうごくごぎのうけんていしけん
きゅう
中国語検定試験4級、実用中国語技能検定試験4級 、
しん
きゅう
新HSK2級
ちゅうごくごけんていしけん
Chinese III
きゅう
新HSK1級
ちゅうごくごけんていしけん きゅう
Chinese II
じつようちゅうごくごぎのうけんていしけんじゅん
中国語検定試験準4級、実用中国語技能検定試験準4級、
きゅう
中国語検定試験3級、実用中国語技能検定試験3級、
しん
きゅう
新HSK3級
かんこくごのうりょくけんていしけん
きゅう
のうりょくけんていしけん
きゅう
かんこくごのうりょくけんていしけん
きゅう
のうりょくけんていしけん
きゅう
かんこくごのうりょくけんていしけん
きゅう
のうりょくけんていしけん
きゅう
ごぎのうけんてい
きゅう
ごぎのうけんてい
きゅう
ごぎのうけんてい
きゅう
Korean I
韓国語能力検定試験1級、「ハングル」能力検定試験5級
Korean II
韓国語能力検定試験2級、「ハングル」能力検定試験4級
Korean III
韓国語能力検定試験3級、「ハングル」能力検定試験3級
Spanish I
スペイン語技能検定5級
Spanish II
スペイン語技能検定4級
Spanish III
スペイン語技能検定3級
● In screening AP language exemption applications, students will be evaluated
comprehensively based on submitted documents, test score and an interview.
● E
ven in the event that a student is exempted from an AP language course, Japanese basis
students must first complete or be exempted from "Intermediate English I and II", while
Other Information and Programs
English basis students must first complete or be exempted from "Japanese Advanced I" or
"Upper Intermediate Japanese" (AY 2011 Curriculum course) before registering for AP
language courses.
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Application Period
Interview Date
Study at APU
Application Schedule (Asia Pacific Languages)
Exemption Takes Effect
2014 Fall Semester
2014 Fall Semester : Mon. December 8 Fri. December 19, 2014 at 16:30
Wed. January 14
2015 Spring Semester
shows an evaluation of language ability. This must be printed by the testing organization
itself, and downloaded documents will not be accepted. We will not accept a copy or fax of
this document.
● If an applicant is unable to attend the interview, their application for exemption will be
Course Registration
cancelled. Please plan accordingly to attend the interview.
Curriculum
period. An "original score sheet" is a certificate or report from a testing organization which
AY 2006 Curriculum
Language Subjects
● W
hen applying, submit the original score sheet of the designated test during the application
Wed. July 9
■
2014 Spring Semester :
Mon. June 16 - Fri. June 27, 2014 at 16:30
● Information regarding 2014 Spring Semester applications will be available in July, while
information for 2014 Fall Semester applications will be available from January 2015. Please
see the Academic Office website for more details.
Examinations and Grading
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
65
66
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
共通教育科目
Common
演習・AL
Seminar
基礎
Foundation
言語
Language
Other Information and Programs
124
62
Required
40
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Cultures of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Introduction to Research Methods Internship
Introduction to Business Studies Applied Training
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Production Management
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: APS
Curriculum
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Security Information Systems Management Embedded Programming
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ Cultural Exchange Studies
Language and Culture Studies Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
Hospitality Marketing
300 (3rd Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅳ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Thai Ⅳ
Applied Japanese
Vietnamese Ⅳ
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
■
Travel and Hospitality Management Cultural Heritage Management
Special Lecture
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Globalization and Regionalism Migration Studies
Special Lecture
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Design Usability
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Internet Technological Integration Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Multimedia Design Technologies Software Engineering
Special Lecture
Business Negotiation
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies Business Communication
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
Contemporary English Studies TESOL Ⅱ
Special Lecture
TESOL Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd Year)
Advanced English Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅱ
Advanced English Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ Thai Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ Thai Ⅲ
Chinese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: APS
Seminar Subjects
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Active Learning
2.3.5 AY 2006 Curriculum Outline
CSC
Cluster
Other Information and Programs
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
演習・AL
Seminar
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Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
Active Learning
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Cultures of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
Seminar Subjects
基礎
Foundation
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Internship
Applied Training
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Travel and Hospitality Management Cultural Heritage Management
Special Lecture
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Globalization and Regionalism Migration Studies
Special Lecture
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Design Usability
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Internet Technological Integration Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Multimedia Design Technologies Software Engineering
Special Lecture
Business Negotiation
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies Business Communication
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
Contemporary English Studies TESOL Ⅱ
TESOL Ⅰ
Special Lecture
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
Field Study (CAP)
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
200 (2nd
Advanced English Ⅰ
Advanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Examinations and Grading
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Course Registration
Required
40
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Security Information Systems Management Embedded Programming
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ Cultural Exchange Studies
Language and Culture Studies Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
Curriculum
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: APS (CSC)
言語
Language
共通教育科目
Common
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: APS Comparative Societies and Cultures (CSC)
Study at APU
■
67
68
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
共通教育科目
Common
GOV
Cluster
演習・AL
Seminar
基礎
Foundation
言語
Language
Other Information and Programs
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Required
40
Seminar Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
■
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: APS (GOV)
Curriculum
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and cultures of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
Social Life and Development
International Cooperation
International Peace Studies
International Exchange
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd
Advanced English Ⅰ
Advanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Energy and Resources
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Gender Studies
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Internship
Applied Training
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Developmental Policy
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
International Economics
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: APS International Governance (GOV)
Active Learning
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
ERP
Cluster
Other Information and Programs
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
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Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
Active Learning
演習・AL
Seminar
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Seminar Subjects
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and cultures of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
200 (2nd
Advanced English Ⅰ
Advanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Examinations and Grading
基礎
Foundation
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Internship
Applied Training
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Computer Assisted Design and
Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Course Registration
Required
40
Curriculum
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: APS (ERP)
言語
Language
共通教育科目
Common
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: APS Environmental Resource Policy (ERP)
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Environmental Law and Administration
Media Studies
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
■
69
70
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
共通教育科目
Common
SDS
Cluster
演習・AL
Seminar
基礎
Foundation
言語
Language
Other Information and Programs
124
20/62
62
Required
40
Seminar Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
■
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: APS (SDS)
Curriculum
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Cultures of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Developmental Sociology
International Cooperation
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
Environment and Society
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
200 (2nd
Advanced English Ⅰ
Advanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
International Politics
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Energy and Resources
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Internship
Applied Training
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
Education and Society
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
International Law of the Sea
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Computer Assisted Design and
Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
Media Studies
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: APS Sustainable Development Studies (SDS)
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
演習・AL
Seminar
124
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
62
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
演習・AL
Seminar
Active Learning
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Culutres of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
Seminar Subjects
基礎
Foundation
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Introduction to Research Methods Internship
Introduction to Business Studies Applied Training
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Travel and Hospitality Management Cultural Heritage Management
Special Lecture
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Human Ecology
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Special Lecture
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Globalization and Regionalism Migration Studies
Special Lecture
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Design Usability
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Internet Technological Integration Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Multimedia Design Technologies Software Engineering
Special Lecture
Business Negotiation
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies Business Communication
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
Contemporary English Studies TESOL Ⅱ
TESOL Ⅰ
Special Lecture
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
Field Study (CAP)
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd
Adavanced English Ⅰ
Adavanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Examinations and Grading
言語
Language
Course Registration
共通教育科目
Common
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: APM
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Security Information Systems Management Embedded Programming
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ Cultural Exchange Studies
Language and Culture Studies Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
Curriculum
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: APM
100 (1st Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Introduction to English
Korean Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ Vietnamese Ⅰ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Required
40
Study at APU
■
71
72
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
共通教育科目
Common
CAP
Count
CAP
Count
演習・AL
Seminar
基礎
Foundation
言語
Language
Other Information and Programs
124
32
30
Required
40
Seminar Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
■
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: CAP (THP)
Curriculum
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Culutres of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Marketing
Human Resources Management
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd
Adavanced English Ⅰ
Adavanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Production Management
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
Internship
Applied Training
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Developmental Policy
Community Development
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesi
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Hospitality Business Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: CAP Tourism and Hospitality Program (THP)
Active Learning
CAP Count
CAP
Count
Other Information and Programs
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
演習・AL
Seminar
124
32
30
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
Active Learning
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
constitution of Japan
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Culutres of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
Seminar Subjects
基礎
Foundation
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd
Adavanced English Ⅰ
Adavanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Production Management
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Environment and Society
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Energy and Resources
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Examinations and Grading
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technology Management
Consumer Behavior
Internship
Applied Training
Urban Environment
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Economics
International Economics
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Course Registration
Required
40
Environmental Policy
Geoinformatics
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Technological Development and Production System
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
Product Development Strategy
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
Curriculum
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: CAP (HLS)
言語
Language
Study at APU
共通教育科目
Common
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: CAP Health, Environment and Life Sciences Program (HLS)
■
73
74
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
共通教育科目
Common
CAP
Count
CAP
Count
演習・AL
Seminar
基礎
Foundation
言語
Language
Other Information and Programs
124
32
30
Required
40
Seminar Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
■
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: CAP (ISS)
Curriculum
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Culutres of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
International Trade
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
Environment and Society
International Law
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
International Economics
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Developmental Economics
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
International Economics
International Finance
Introduction to Research Methods Internship
Introduction to Business Studies Applied Training
Energy and Resources
History of International Politics
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
International Cooperation
International Politics
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Travel and Hospitality Management Cultural Heritage Management
Special Lecture
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Globalization and Regionalism Migration Studies
Special Lecture
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Design Usability
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Internet Technological Integration Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Multimedia Design Technologies Software Engineering
Special Lecture
Business Negotiation
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies Business Communication
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
Contemporary English Studies TESOL Ⅱ
Special Lecture
TESOL Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
200 (2nd
Adavanced English Ⅰ
Adavanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Pollution Control and Waste Management
International Organizations
International Law of the Sea
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
Technology Management
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
International Marketing
International Comparative Management
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
International Management
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Security Information Systems Management Embedded Programming
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ Cultural Exchange Studies
Language and Culture Studies Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: CAP International Strategic Studies Program (ISS)
Active Learning
CAP Count
Other Information and Programs
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
演習・AL
Seminar
124
32
30
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
Active Learning
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Culutres of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
Seminar Subjects
基礎
Foundation
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Management Information System
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Transnational Sociology
Cultural Anthropology
Developmental Sociology
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd
Adavanced English Ⅰ
Adavanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major
Subject)
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Examinations and Grading
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and
Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
E-Business
Internship
Applied Training
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second
Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Course Registration
Required
40
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
Economies in the Asia Pacific
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
Technology Management
Business Plans
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
Curriculum
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: CAP (ICT)
言語
Language
共通教育科目
Common
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: CAP Information and Communications Technology Program (ICT)
Study at APU
■
75
76
演習・AL
Seminar
APM専門教育科目
APM Major
APS専門教育科目
APS Major
CAP 専門科目
CAP Major
共通教育科目
Common
CAP
Count
CAP
Count
演習・AL
Seminar
基礎
Foundation
言語
Language
Other Information and Programs
Required
40
124
32
30
Seminar Subjects
Examinations and Grading
Course Registration
■
AY 2006 Curriculum
Outline: CAP (LCS)
Curriculum
Accounting Ⅰ
Accounting Ⅱ
Business Management
Societies in East Asia
Societies in South Asia
Social Theory
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅰ
First-Year Student Workshop Ⅱ
Psychology
Ethics and Contemporary Society
Introduction to History
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Society and Law
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations
Introduction to Economics
Statistics
Mathematics for Social Science
Mathematics ⅠⅡⅢ
Mathematics for Information Technology
Physics ⅠⅡ
Environment and Chemistry
Health Science
Constitution of Japan
100 (1st
Introduction to English
Fundamental English Ⅰ
Fundamental English Ⅱ
Intermediate English Ⅰ
Intermediate English Ⅱ
Japanese Foundation Course ⅠⅡⅢ
Japanese Intermediate Course
Japanese for Science Technology ⅠⅡⅢⅣ
(LCS)
(ICT)
(ISS)
(HLS)
(THP)
Foundation in Information Technology
Introduction to Programming
Internet Fundamentals
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
Geography of the Asia Pacific
Languages and Culutres of the Asia Pacific
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
Japanese Culture
Japanese History
Contemporary Japanese Economics
Contemporary Japanese Society
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Bioscience
Earth Sciences
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Contemporary Science and Technology
Year)
Chinese Ⅰ
Korean Ⅰ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅰ
Spanish Ⅰ
Thai Ⅰ
Vietnamese Ⅰ
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
Transnational Sociology
Developmental Sociology
Comparative Social History
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Social Psychology
Gender Studies
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
International Cooperation
Environment and Society
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
Multiculturalism and Society
Cultural Anthropology
Finance
Cost Accounting
History of Management
Logistics
Management Information System
Introduction to Business Law
Civil Code ⅠⅡ
Commercial Law ⅠⅡ
Micro Economics
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
Asia Pacific Languages ⅠⅡ
TESOL Ⅰ
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
Field Study (CAP)
Asia Pacific Tourism
Tourism Policy
Tourism Resources Management
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
Natural Ecology
Industrial Ecology
Introduction to International Strategy
International Exchange
International Peace Studies
Law, the Internet and Society
Systems and Application Programming
Database Management Systems
200 (2nd
Adavanced English Ⅰ
Adavanced English Ⅱ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅰ
Japanese Advanced Course Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅱ
Chinese Ⅲ
Korean Ⅱ
Korean Ⅲ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅱ
Malay/Indonesian Ⅲ
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
Projects in Multicultural Studies
Introduction to Research Methods
Introduction to Business Studies
Macro Economics
International Trade
Human Resources Management
Production Management
Marketing
Entrepreneurship
Special Lecture (APM Major Subject)
Energy and Resources
International Politics
History of International Politics
International Law
Globalization and Law
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Governance
Project Management and Evaluation
Social Life and Development
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Special Lecture (APS Major Subject)
Cultural Sociology
Design Usability
Internet Technological Integration
Multimedia Design Technologies
Special Lecture
Business Communication
Contemporary English Studies
Special Lecture
Globalization and Regionalism
Special Lecture
Human Ecology
Special Lecture
Travel and Hospitality Management
Special Lecture
Year)
Spanish Ⅱ
Spanish Ⅲ
Thai Ⅱ
Thai Ⅲ
Vietnamese Ⅱ
Vietnamese Ⅲ
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Internship
Applied Training
Corporate Finance
Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets in Asia
Financial Accounting Ⅰ
Financial Accounting Ⅱ
Management Accounting
International Transactions
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
International Economics
Developmental Economics
Advanced Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Legal Strategy in Business
Operations Research
Technological Development and Production System
Technology Management
Economies in the Asia Pacific
Education and Society
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Information Technology and Society
Communication and Mass Media Studies
Environmental Policy
Environmental Economics
Geoinformatics
CAP Major Seminar Ⅰ
CAP Major Seminar Ⅱ
Business Negotiation
TESOL Ⅱ
Cultural Heritage Management
Eco Tourism
Risk Management and Service Delivery
Environmental Analysis and Modeling Techniques
Genetics and Cell Biology
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Migration Studies
International Politics and Economy
Strategic Planning and Decision Making
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
Software Engineering
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
300 (3rd
Business Japanese Ⅰ
Business Japanese Ⅱ
Applied Japanese
Japanese Linguistics
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
Chinese Ⅳ
Korean Ⅳ
Major Seminar ⅠⅡ
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global Human Resources Management
International Comparative Management
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
Human Resource Development in the Asia Pacific
Business Law in Asia
International Finance
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Supply Chain Management
International Marketing
Japanese Production Systems
E-Business
Business Plans
Developmental Policy
Community Development
Urban Environment
Environmental Resource Management
Sociology of Organizations
International Organizations
International Economics
Developmental Economics
International Law of the Sea
Security Information Systems Management
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
Design in the Digital Age
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅰ
Language and Culture Studies
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
Political Geography
Pollution Control and Waste Management
Hospitality Marketing
Year)
Malay/Indonesian Ⅳ
Spanish Ⅳ
Thai Ⅳ
Vietnamese Ⅳ
AY 2006 Curriculum Outline: CAP Language and Cultural Studies Program (LCS)
Active Learning
Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Auditing
Advanced Accounting
Tax Accounting
International Accounting
Investment and Security Analysis
Hospitality Business Strategy
International Management
Investment Strategies in Asia
Corporate Strategy
Sales and Promotion Management
Product Development Strategy
Media Studies
Environmental Law and Administration
Advanced Reading Ⅰ
Advanced Reading Ⅱ
CAP Research Seminar
Undergraduate Thesis (CAP)
Cultural Exchange Studies
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting Ⅱ
Embedded Programming
Environmental Governance Policy and Law
Human Security
Ecological Security
Human Security
Tourism Development and Planning
Legal Framework of Tourism
400 (4th Year)
Study at APU
Study at APU
2.3.6 AY 2006 Curriculum Subject List
About the Subject List
The subject list includes information for each course, such as the course code and credit
■
completion field. An explanation of how to read this information follows.
For details of these fields, refer to p.47 for APS or p.49 for APM.
Notation in
Subject List
Subject Field
Language Education Subject
Lang
Foundation Education Subject
F
APS Major Subject
APS
APM Major Subject
APM
APS and APM Major Subject
APS/APM
CAP Major
Education Subject
THP
HEALS
HLS
ISS
ISS
LCS
LCS
ICT
ICT
All CAP programs
All CAPs
Seminar Subjects
THP
Examinations and Grading
Major Education
Subjects
Course Registration
Common Education
Subjects
CAP Count Subjects
Certain APS and APM courses may count toward a CAP student’s enrolled CAP Major Subject
credit requirement. These are called ″CAP Count Subjects,″ and acronyms for eligible CAP
programs will appear in the ″CAP Count″ column for these subjects.
Active Learning
Grade Level
Each course corresponds to a particular level of study, indicated by a grade level code. See p.
17 for details.
Grade Level
Description
Primarily for 1st year students
200 level
Primarily for 2nd year students
300 level
Primarily for 3rd year students
400 level
Primarily for 4th year students
Other Information and Programs
100 level
Curriculum
The ″Field″ column for a subject indicates the field in which a course’s credit will be counted.
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
Subject Field
77
The APS Cluster column will show the name of the cluster or clusters to which a subject
belongs. See p.46 for more information on Clusters.
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
Cluster Name
■
Curriculum
Study at APU
APS Clusters
Notation in Subject List
Comparative Societies and Cultures
CSC
International Governance
GOV
Environmental Resource Policy
ERP
Sustainable Development
SDS
Prerequisites
The ″Prerequisite Subject″ column lists subjects for which the University strongly recommends
Course Registration
students complete before registering the respective course. The completion of prerequisites is
mandatory for certain subjects. Refer to p.17 for more information on prerequisites.
Notation in Subject
List
Examinations and Grading
Description
Completion of prerequisites required for registration
■
Completion of prerequisites or fulfillment of grade level criteria
required for registration
□
AY 2011 Curricular Reforms
Due to the curricular reforms carried out in the 2011 academic year, a number of the AY 2006
Curriculum subjects have changed. The AY 2011 curriculum column in the subject list will show
the details of any reform-related changes, such as name changes, merging with other courses
and closing of courses. Future plans for these courses are also indicated using the notation
Seminar Subjects
shown below.
Other Information and Programs
Active Learning
Description
78
Notation in Subject List
Still offered after AY 2011
○
To be closed in the future
△
Not offered
×
Study at APU
Major Subject Credit
Major subject credits will apply differently for APS/APM students and CAP students. Please
review the following table for details. Subjects offered in both colleges each have their own
course code. Please be sure to carry out course registration for the subject affiliated with your
enrolled college. If an incorrect subject is registered it will be counted as a General Elective
■
credit.
Major Education
CAP
Student
CAP Major
Education
General Elective
Major
General Elective
Education
Enrolled
CAP
program
Other
CAP
program
Major Education
CAP Major
Education
Course Registration
APS/APM
Student
CAP Major Subjects
Curriculum
CAP Count Subjects
from Enrolled CAP
program
Major Subject from
Other College*
(including CAP Count
subjects)
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
Major Subject from Enrolled
College
Major
Education
Registration for major education subjects from the other college becomes possible from a
student’s 2nd year.
Examinations and Grading
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
79
Study at APU
AY 2006 Curriculum Subject List
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
010009
Lang
Lang
010092
Lang
010101
Lang
010102
010103
Lang
Lang
010111
Lang
010121
Lang
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
010091
010151
Course Registration
■
Curriculum
010081
Lang
010162
Lang
010190
Lang
Examinations and Grading
010210
010230
Lang
Lang
Lang
010260
Lang
010270
Lang
010280
Seminar Subjects
Lang
Lang
010250
010281
Lang
Lang
010290
Lang
010300
Lang
010310
010311
Active Learning
Lang
010220
010240
Lang
Lang
010320
Lang
010330
Lang
010340
010341
Lang
Lang
010350
Lang
010360
Lang
010370
010371
Other Information and Programs
Lang
010180
010200
Lang
Lang
011000
Lang
011001
Lang
011002
011003
80
Lang
Lang
Lang
科目名
Subject Name
英語入門
Introduction to English
日本語初級 I
Japanese Foundation Course I
日本語初級 II
Japanese Foundation Course II
日本語初級 III
Japanese Foundation Course III
日本語中級
Japanese Intermediate Course
日本語中上級
Pre-Advanced Japanese
日本語上級
Advanced Japanese
日本語上級 I
Japanese Advanced Course I
日本語上級 II
Japanese Advanced Course II
日本語教授法
Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
応用日本語
Applied Japanese
中国語 I
Chinese I
中国語 II
Chinese II
中国語 III
Chinese III
中国語 IV
Chinese IV
韓国語 I
Korean I
韓国語 II
Korean II
韓国語 III
Korean III
韓国語 IV
Korean IV
マレー語・インドネシア語 I
Malay/Indonesian I
マレー語・インドネシア語 II
Malay/Indonesian II
マレー語・インドネシア語 III
Malay/Indonesian III
マレー語・インドネシア語 IV
Malay/Indonesian IV
スペイン語 I
Spanish I
スペイン語 II
Spanish II
スペイン語 Ⅲ
Spanish Ⅲ
スペイン語 IV
Spanish IV
タイ語 I
Thai I
タイ語 II
Thai II
タイ語 III
Thai III
タイ語 IV
Thai IV
ベトナム語 I
Vietnamese I
ベトナム語 II
Vietnamese II
ベトナム語 III
Vietnamese III
ベトナム語 IV
Vietnamese IV
英語初級 I
Fundamental English I
英語初級 II
Fundamental English II
英語中級 I
Intermediate English I
英語中級 II
Intermediate English II
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
4
100
△ By the end of AY2014
4
100
○
4
100
○
4
100
○
4
100
■ Jpn. Foundation Course I, II, III
○
4
200
■ Jpn. Intermediate Course
○ Old Name 'Japanese Advanced Course I'
4
200
Jpn. Advanced Course I
■
(Pre-Advanced Japanese)
○ Old Name 'Japanese Advanced Course II'
4
200
■ Jpn. Intermediate Course
×
4
200
■ Jpn. Advanced Course I
× Change to 'Advanced Japanese (010103)'
2
300
■ Jpn. Advanced Course II
× By the end of AY2010
2
300
■ Jpn. Advanced Course II
× By the end of AY2010
4
100
4
200
■ Chinese I
○
4
200
■ Chinese II
○
4
300
■ Chinese III
○
4
100
4
200
■ Korean I
○
4
200
■ Korean II
○
4
300
■ Korean III
○
4
100
4
200
■ Malay/Indonesian I
○
4
200
■ Malay/Indonesian II
○
2
300
■ Malay/Indonesian III
○
4
100
4
200
■ Spanish I
○
4
200
■ Spanish II
○
2
300
■ Spanish III
○
4
100
4
200
■ Thai I
○
4
200
■ Thai II
○
2
300
■ Thai III
○
4
100
4
200
■ Vietnamese I
○
4
200
■ Vietnamese II
○
2
300
■ Vietnamese III
○
4
100
■ Intr. to English
△ By the end of AY2014
4
100
■ Intr. to English
△ By the end of AY2014
4
100
■ Fundamental English I, II
△ By the end of AY2014
4
100
■ Fundamental English I, II
△ By the end of AY2014
Change to 'Pre-Advanced Japanese
(010102)'
○
○
○
○
○
○
011004
011005
011010
011011
011300
011301
011302
011401
011500
011604
011605
011900
011902
011903
012010
020010
020012
020013
020023
020025
020026
020031
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
Lang
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
020033
F
020035
020036
F
F
020037
F
020040
F
020041
F
020050
F
020051
F
020052
F
Business Japanese II
キャリア日本語 I
Career Japanese I
キャリア日本語 II
Career Japanese II
キャリア日本語 III
Career Japanese III
日本語 ・ 日本文化 I
Japanese Language and Culture I
日本語 ・ 日本文化 II
Japanese Language and Culture II
講義の日本語
Japanese for Lectures
日本語プロジェクトE
Japanese Project E
日本語プロジェクトF
Japanese Project F
ビジネス英語1
English for Business 1
ビジネス英語2
English for Business 2
英語多読
Extensive Reading in English
英語プロジェクト2
■ Advanced English I
△ By the end of AY2014
4
100
■ Jpn. Foundation Course I, II, III
× By the end of AY2010
4
100
□ Jpn. for Science Technology I
× By the end of AY2010
4
100
■ Jpn. for Science Technology II
× By the end of AY2010
4
100
■ Jpn. for Science Technology III
× By the end of AY2010
2
300
■ Jpn. Advanced Course II
× By the end of AY2010
2
300
■ Business Jpn. I
× By the end of AY2010
4
300
Jpn. Advanced Course II
■
(Advanced Japanese)
○
2
300
■ Career Japanese I
○
2
300
■ Career Japanese II
○
2
300
Jpn. Advanced Course II
■
(Advanced Japanese)
○
2
300
■ Japanese Language and Culture I
○
2
300
■
Jpn. Advanced Course II
(Advanced Japanese)
○
2
300
■
Jpn. Advanced Course II
(Advanced Japanese)
○
2
300
Jpn. Advanced Course II
■
(Advanced Japanese)
○
2
300
■ Advanced English I
○
2
300
■ Advanced English I
○
2
300
■ Advanced English I
○
■ Advanced English I
○
2
300
海外集中言語研修
Intensive Language Learning Overseas
2
100
○
社会と法
Society and Law
2
100
× Change to 'Intr. to Law (020025)'
2
100
× Change to 'Bioethics (020051)'
2
100
× Change to 'Intr. to Psychology (020026)'
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
○ Old Name 'Society and Law'
2
100
○ Old Name 'Psychology'
2
100
○
2
100
× Change to 'Japanese Economy (020241)'
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
△ By the end of AY2011
2
100
2
100
× Change to 'Bioethics (020051)'
2
100
○
2
100
○
Old Name 'Bioscience' 'Ethics and
Contemporary Society'
2
100
○
English Name Change only Old Name
'Environment and Chemistry'
English Project 2
現代社会の倫理
Ethics and Contemporary Society
心理学
Psychology
政治学入門
Introduction to Political Science
国際関係論入門
Introduction to International Relations
法学入門
Introduction to Law
心理学入門
Introduction to Psychology
経済学入門
Introduction to Economics
現代の日本経済
Contemporary Japanese Economics
メディア入門
Introduction to Media
文化 ・ 社会学入門
Introduction to Culture and Society
開発学入門
Introduction to Development Studies
地域学入門
Introduction to Area Studies
現代の科学技術
Contemporary Science and Technology
インターネット入門
Introduction to the Internet
生命科学
Bioscience
ウェルネス
Health Science
生命倫理
Bioethics
環境と化学
Environmental Chemistry
■ Intr. to Programming (Programming I)
○ Old Name 'Internet Fundamentals'
Other Information and Programs
020042
F
Business Japanese I
ビジネス日本語 II
200
Active Learning
020032
Japanese for Science Technology IV
ビジネス日本語 I
4
Seminar Subjects
020022
Lang
Japanese for Science Technology III
科学技術日本語 IV
△ By the end of AY2014
Examinations and Grading
011901
Lang
Japanese for Science Technology II
科学技術日本語 III
■ Intermediate English I, II
Course Registration
011400
Lang
Japanese for Science Technology I
科学技術日本語 II
200
Curriculum
011021
Lang
Advanced English II
科学技術日本語 I
4
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
011020
Lang
Advanced English I
英語上級 II
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
011013
Lang
英語上級 I
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
■
011012
Lang
科目名
Subject Name
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
81
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
020053
020060
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
■
Curriculum
020070
020093
F
020095
020098
020111
020112
020113
Course Registration
020121
020122
Examinations and Grading
020160
Seminar Subjects
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
020170
F
020180
F
020201
F
020231
F
020241
F
020242
F
020253
F
020254
Active Learning
F
F
020117
Other Information and Programs
F
020091
020116
F
020255
F
021000
Lang
021001
F
021002
F
021003
F
021004
F
021005
F
021006
F
021007
F
021008
F
021009
F
021010
F
021011
F
021012
82
F
F
021013
F
021014
F
021015
F
科目名
Subject Name
地球環境科学
Environmental Geoscience
統計学
Statistics
社会科学のための数学
Mathematics for Social Sciences
コンピューターリテラシー
Computer Literacy
プログラミング I
Programming I
データマイニング I
Data Mining I
応用プログラミング
Applied Programming
情報科学ラボA
Information Science Lab A
情報科学ラボB
Information Science Lab B
情報科学ラボC
Information Science Lab C
メディア制作ラボC
Media Production Lab C
メディア制作ラボD
Media Production Lab D
新入生ワークショップ I
1st Year Student Workshop I
新入生ワークショップ II
1st Year Student Workshop II
アジア太平洋と人権
The Asia Pacific and Human Rights
アジア太平洋の伝統と社会
Traditions and Societies of the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋の言語と文化
Languages and Cultures of the Asia Pacific
歴史学入門
Introduction to History
現代の日本社会
Contemporary Japanese Society
日本の経済
Japanese Economy
日本の文化と社会
Japanese Culture and Society
特殊講義(基礎教育科目)
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
特殊講義(基礎教育科目)
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
2
100
○ Old Name 'Earth Science'
2
100
× Change to 'Statistics I (021047)'
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
○ Old Name 'Intr. to Programming'
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
×
Change to 'Culture and Society of the
AP (021015)'
2
100
×
Change to 'Languages of the AP
(021013)'
2
100
× Merger with 'Japanese History (021008)'
2
100
×
Change to 'Japanese Culture and Society (020242)'
2
100
○
Old Name 'Contemporary Japanese
Economics'
2
100
○
Old Name 'Contemporary Japanese
Society' 'Japanese Culture'
2
100
×
Change to 'Special Lecture (Liberal Arts
Subject) (020255)'
Old Name 'Foundation in Information
Technology'
2
100
× By the end of AY2010
特殊講義(共通教養科目)
Special Lecture (Liberal Arts Subject)
2
100
○
日本語学
Japanese Linguistics
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
職業意識とキャリア開発
Occupational Awareness and Career Development
2
200
× Change to 'Career Design II (021131)'
2
200
×
2
300
× Change to 'Career Design III (021132)'
2
100
×
2
100
○
2
100
× Change to 'Religions of the AP (021014)'
2
100
×
2
100
○
2
100
×
English Name Change only Change to
'Environmental Chemistry (020052)'
2
100
×
Change to 'Environmental Geoscience
(020053)'
2
100
○
2
100
○
2
100
○
Old Name 'Languages and Cultures of
the AP'
2
100
○
Old Name 'Peoples and Religions of the
AP'
2
100
○
Old Name 'Traditions and Societies of
the AP'
Special Lecture(Foundation Education Subject)
多文化学習プロジェクト
Projects in Multicultural Studies
業界分析
Overview of Business Sectors in Japan
アジア太平洋のビジネス事情
Contemporary Business in the Asia Pacific
異文化間コミュニケーション入門
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
アジア太平洋の民族と宗教
Peoples and Religions of the Asia Pacific
日本の文化
Japanese Culture
日本の歴史
Japanese History
環境と化学
Environment and Chemistry
地球科学
Earth Sciences
環境学入門
Introduction to Environmental Studies
アジア太平洋の地理
Geography of the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋の言語
Languages of the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋の宗教
Religions of the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋の文化と社会
Culture and Society of the Asia Pacific
Old Name 'Special Leture (Foundation
Education Subject)'
Change to 'Peer Leader Training I
(021190)'
Change to 'Business and Economy in the
AP (021016)'
Change to 'Japanese Culture and Society (020242)'
021016
F
021017
F
021020
021021
021040
021041
021042
021047
021050
021102
021103
021130
F
Mathematics for Information Technology
物理 I
F
Physics I
物理 II
F
Physics II
情報技術入門
F
Foundation in Information Technology
プログラミング入門
F
Introduction to Programming
インターネット概論
F
Internet Fundamentals
日本国憲法
F
Constitution of Japan
統計学 I
F
Statistics I
特殊講義(言語教育科目)
F
Special Lecture(Language Education Subject)
日本語教授法 I
F
TJSOL I
日本語教授法 II
F
TJSOL II
キャリア ・ デザイン I
F
Career Design I
キャリア ・ デザイン II
F
021150
F
021153
Mathematics III
情報基礎数学
F
F
021152
Mathematics II
数学 III
F
021132
021151
Mathematics I
数学 II
Career Design II
キャリア ・ デザイン III
Career Design III
日本の伝統芸術A
Japanese Traditional Arts A
日本の伝統芸術B
F
Japanese Traditional Arts B
日本の伝統芸術C
F
Japanese Traditional Arts C
日本の伝統芸術D
F
F
021191
F
F
030001
APS
030002
APS
030003
APS
030004
APS
030011
APS
030012
APS
030013
APS
ピアリーダートレーニング IIA
APS
030024
APS
030025
APS
030026
APS
030027
APS
△ By the end of AY2011
2
100
■ Math II
○
2
100
×
2
100
△ By the end of AY2011
2
100
2
100
× Change to 'Computer Literacy (020091)'
2
100
× Change to 'Programming I (020093)'
2
100
2
100
○
2
100
○ Old Name 'Statistics'
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
100
○
2
200
○
Old Name 'Occupational Awareness and
Career Development'
2
300
○
Old Name 'Overview of Business Sectors
in Japan'
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
■ Physics I
■ Intr. to Programming
Merger with 'Mathematics for Social
Sciences (020070)'
△ By the end of AY2011
× Change to 'Intr. to the Internet (020041)'
Old Name 'Projects in Multicultural Studies'
200
○
調査研究法(文化 ・ 社会 ・ メディア)
Research Methods for Culture, Society and Media
2
200
○
Old Name 'Research Methods for Social
Sciences'
2
200
○
Old Name 'Research Methods for Social
Sciences'
2
200
○
Old Name 'Research Methods for Social
Sciences'
2
200
○
Old Name 'Research Methods for Social
Sciences'
2
100
CSC
2
200
CSC,
SDS
□ Social Theory
×
2
200
CSC
□ Social Theory
○
2
200
CSC,
GOV
2
200
2
200
CSC
2
200
CSC
2
200
CSC
○ Old Name 'Cultural Sociology'
2
100
CSC
○ Old Name 'Societies in East Asia'
2
100
CSC
○ Old Name 'Societies in South Asia'
調査研究法(観光学)
Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality
社会理論
Social Theory
開発社会学
Developmental Sociology
文化人類学
Cultural Anthropology
アジア太平洋の政治と経済
Politics and Economics in the Asia Pacific
宗教と信仰
Religion and Belief
ジェンダー研究
Gender Studies
グローバル ・ ヒストリー
Global History and the World System
LCS
■ Math I
カルチュラルスタディーズ
Cultural Studies
地域研究 I Area Studies I
地域研究 II Area Studies II
○
×
Change to 'Development Sociology and
Anthropology (030261)'
Change to 'Comparative Political
Economy of the AP (030186)'
○
○
□ Social Theory
Japanese Name Change only Old Name
「ジェンダー論」
Other Information and Programs
030022
100
2
調査研究法(環境 ・ 開発)
APS
2
○
Research Methods for Environment and Development
030021
△ By the end of AY2011
200
調査研究法(国際関係)
APS THP
100
2
Research Methods for International Relations and Peace Studies
030018
2
ピアリーダートレーニング IIB
Peer Leader Training II B
Peer Leader Training II A
LCS
○
Active Learning
021192
Peer Leader Training I
100
Seminar Subjects
021190
Japanese Traditional Arts D
ピアリーダートレーニング I
2
Examinations and Grading
021131
F
○
Course Registration
021043
History of the Asia Pacific
数学 I
100
Curriculum
021031
アジア太平洋の歴史
Old Name 'Contemporary Business in the
AP'
2
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
021030
Business and Economy in the Asia Pacific
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
021023
アジア太平洋のビジネス ・ 経済事情
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
■
021022
科目名
Subject Name
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
○ Old Name 'Comparative Social History'
83
Study at APU
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
Course Registration
■
Curriculum
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
030029
APS
030031
APS
030033
APS
030034
APS
030035
APS
030036
APS
030037
APS
030038
APS
030041
APS
030050
APS
030100
APS
030102
030104
APS
030141
APS
Examinations and Grading
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
メディアと文化
Media and Popular Culture
文学と近代化
Literature and Modernity
言語と歴史
Language and History
組織社会学
Sociology of Organizations
社会階層論
Social Stratification
戦争とメディア
War and Media
政治とメディア
Politics and Media
テクノロジーとニューメディア
Technology and New Media
グローバル化と犯罪
Global Crime
ジェンダー論
Gender Studies
国際社会学
Transnational Sociology
ISS
ISS
LCS
030186
APS THP
030188
APS
030190
APS
030220
APS
030241
APS
030251
THP
APS
HLS
030261
APS
030265
APS
ISS
Asia Pacific Governance
欧米社会とアジア太平洋
Comparative Analysis of Western and Asia Pacific Societies
アジア太平洋の都市と農村
Urban and Rural Studies in the Asia Pacific
環境法
Environmental Law and Administration
開発社会学 ・ 人類学
Development Sociology and Anthropology
HLS
APS
030275
APS THP
Environmental Economics
開発のプロジェクト ・ マネジメント
Project Management in Development
HLS
NGOs and Development
APS THP
030291
APS
APS
都市環境論
Urban Environment
NGOと開発
030276
030345
都市の環境と開発
Urban Environment and Development
環境経済学
030271
APS
Environmental Studies in the Asia Pacific
Developmental Economics
APS
030343
アジア太平洋環境論
開発経済論
030270
APS
Comparative Political Economy of the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋ガバナンス論
APS
030335
アジア太平洋の比較政治経済
アジア太平洋地域システム論
030269
APS
国際政治とセキュリティ
International Politics and Security
Regional Systems in the Asia Pacific
APS
030320
Multiculturalism and Society
Regional Systems of the Asia Pacific
030267
APS
多文化社会論
アジア太平洋地域システム論
APS
APS
International Organizations
Globalization and Law
030185
030253
国際機構論
グローバリゼーションと規範
APS
APS
International Law
エスニシティと国民国家
APS
030252
国際法
Ethnicity and Nationalism
030180
030300
Other Information and Programs
APS
030110
030150
84
APS
科目名
Subject Name
開発政策
Development Policy
コミュニティー開発論
Community Development
環境社会学
Environment and Society
HLS
環境政策
Environmental Policy
環境経済論
Environmental Economics
組織マネジメント
Organizational Management
ヘルス&ウェルネスツーリズム
Health and Wellness Tourism
デスティネーション ・ マーケティング&ブランディング
Destination Marketing and Branding
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
CSC
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
300
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
300
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
400
○ Old Name 'Media Studies'
2
300
2
300
2
200
CSC
2
200
CSC
□ Social Theory
○
2
200
GOV
□ Society and Law
○
2
300
GOV
□ Intr. to Political Science
○
2
200
CSC
2
300
CSC,
GOV
2
200
GOV
○
2
200
GOV
×
2
200
GOV,
SDS
2
200
CSC,
GOV
○
Old Name 'Politics and Economics in the
AP' 'AP Governance'
2
200
GOV
○
English Name Change only Old Name
'Regional Systems of the AP'
2
200
GOV
×
Change to 'Comparative Political
Economy of the AP (030186)'
2
300
CSC
×
Change to 'Media and Popular Culture
(030029)'
2
200
ERP
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
ERP
2
300
ERP,
SDS
2
400
2
200
2
GOV
○
Old Name 'Communication and Mass Media Studies'
'Comparative Analysis of Western and AP Societies'
2
□ Cultural Anthropology
□ Cultural Anthropology
○
○
Japanese Name Change only Old Name
「組織社会論」
Old Name 'Information Technology and
Society'
○
×
Japanese Name Change only Change to
「ジェンダー研究 (030022)」
○
□ Transnational Sociology
□
Intr. to Political Science
Intr. to Int'l Relations
□ Intr. to Political Science
○
English Name Change only Change to
'Regional Systems in the AP (030188)'
○ Old Name 'Int'l Politics'
△ By the end of AY2012
×
Change to 'Development Economics
(032080)'
ERP,
SDS
×
Merger with 'Environmental Policy
(030300)'
CSC,
□ Social Theory
SDS,GOV
○
Old Name 'Developmental Sociology'
'Social Life and Development'
300
ERP
○ Old Name 'Urban Environment'
2
300
ERP,
SDS
Intr. to Economics
□
Environmental Studies in AP
○
Japanese Name Change only Old Name
「環境経済論」
2
200
GOV,
SDS
Intr. to Int'l Relations
□ Intr. to Economics
Math for Social Sciences
○
Old Name 'Project Management and
Evaluation'
2
300
ERP
×
Change to 'Urban Environment and
Development (030265)'
2
300
CSC,
SDS
□ Cultural Anthropology
○
Old Name 'NGOs and NPOs and Citizen
Networking'
2
300
GOV,
SDS
□
Intr. to Political Science
Int'l Law
○ Old Name 'Developmental Policy'
2
300
SDS
□
Intr. to Political Science
Int'l Law
○
2
200
ERP
× Merger with 'Human Ecology (042004)'
300
ERP,
SDS
○
2
300
ERP,
SDS
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
Developmental Sociology
□
Intr. to Economics
□
Intr. to Economics
Environmental Studies in AP
×
Japanese Name Change only Old Name
「地域・コミュニティ開発論」
Japanese Name Change only Change to
「環境経済学 (030267)」
030347
030401
030451
APS
030544
030545
030553
030561
030564
030566
030571
APS
Introduction to Research Methods
卒業研究
APS
Research Seminar
卒業論文
APS
Undergraduate Thesis
インターンシップ
APS
Internship
原書講読 I
APS
Advanced Reading I
原書講読 II
APS
Advanced Reading II
プロジェクト研究
APS
Applied Training
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
APS
Special Lecture(Asia Pacific Studies)
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
APS
Special Lecture (Asia Pacific Studies)
経営学
APM
Business Management
基礎数学
APM
Fundamental Mathematics
経営学入門
APM
Introduction to Management
会計学 I
APM
Accounting I
会計学 II
APM
030590
APM
030595
APM
030596
APM
030597
APM
030599
APM
030600
APM
Accounting II
経営戦略論
Corporate Strategy
ICT
APM
030605
APM
030606
APM
030611
APM
Developmental Economics
ビジネス法
Business Law
販売 ・ プロモーション戦略
Sales and Promotion Management
金融論
Finance
コーポレート ・ ファイナンス
APM
030640
APM
Corporate Finance
投資 ・ 証券分析
Investment and Security Analysis
THP
組織行動論
Organizational Behavior
原価会計
Cost Accounting
HLS
Production Management
ロジスティクス論
THP
030660
APM
THP
030671
APM
030672
APM
030673
APM
030674
APM
030675
APM
030676
APM
マーケティング論
Marketing
人的資源管理論
Human Resources Management
ミクロ経済学
Micro Economics
マクロ経済学
Macro Economics
ミクロ経済学
Microeconomics
マクロ経済学
Macroeconomics
アジア経済論
Asian Economy
HLS
開発 ・ 生産システム論
Development and Production Systems
金融市場と金融機関
Financial Markets and Institutions
2
300
×
2
400
× Change to 'Politics and Media (030037)'
2
200
○
2
400
○
4
400
2
300
○
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
2
400
2
300
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
100
× Change to 'Intr. to Management (030566)'
2
100
○
2
100
○ Old Name 'Business Management'
2
100
○
2
100
2
400
2
200
□
Business Management
Accounting II
○
2
300
□ Math for Social Sciences
×
Change to 'Development Economics
(032080)'
2
200
□ Business Management
○
Old Name 'Intr. to Business Law' 'Business Law in Asia'
2
400
□
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
×
Change to 'Promotion and Sales Management (033023)'
2
200
□
Accounting II
Intr. to Economics
○
2
300
□ Finance
○
2
400
□ Corporate Finance
English Name Change only Change
× to 'Investment and Securities Analysis
(030717)'
2
200
□ Psychology
○ Old Name 'Marketing'
2
300
2
200
2
200
2
200
□ Contemporary Business in the AP
× Change to 'Int'l Logistics (033026)'
2
200
□ Psychology
×
Change to 'Principles of Marketing
(030605)'
2
200
×
English Name Change only Change to
'Human Resource Management (032083)'
2
200
□
Math for Social Sciences
Intr. to Economics
×
English Name Change only
'Microeconomics (030673)'
2
200
□
Math for Social Sciences
Intr. to Economics
×
English Name Change only Change to
'Macroeconomics (030674)'
2
200
□
Math for Social Sciences
Intr. to Economics
○
English Name Change only
'Micro Economics'
Old Name
2
200
□
Math for Social Sciences
Intr. to Economics
○
English Name Change only
'Macro Economics'
Old Name
2
300
2
300
2
300
Change to 'Media and Popular Culture
(030029)'
■ Research Seminar
□ Advanced Reading I
■ Accounting I
○
△ By the end of AY2014
○
×
○
□ Accounting II
English Name Change only Change to
'Strategic Management (033030)'
Old Name 'Corporate Governance and
Organizational Behavior'
○
○
Change to
Other Information and Programs
APM
APM
生産管理論
Logistics
030650
030691
マーケティング入門
Principles of Marketing
○
Active Learning
030630
Management Information System
開発経済論
APM
030604
経営情報システム
300
Seminar Subjects
030602
調査 ・ 研究入門
2
Examinations and Grading
030572
メディア論
Media Studies
○
Course Registration
030550
Communication and Mass Media Studies
300
Curriculum
030543
マス ・ コミュニケーション論
2
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
030542
The Business Tourism Industry
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
030541
ビジネス ・ ツーリズム論
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
■
030540
Resort Management
APS
APS
030511
リゾートマネジメント
APS
030422
科目名
Subject Name
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
Old Name 'History of Economic Develop○ ment and Management in Japan' 'HEDM
in Asia'
English Name Change only Old Name
○ 'Technological Development and Production System'
□
Finance
Microeconomics
×
Change to 'Financial Market and Institutions (030716)'
85
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
030701
030702
030710
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
Course Registration
■
Curriculum
030712
030714
030715
APM
030740
APM
Examinations and Grading
Seminar Subjects
Active Learning
Other Information and Programs
86
Investment and Securities Analysis
投資戦略
Investment Strategy
技術経営
Technology Management
HLS
開発 ・ 生産システム論
Technological Development and Production System
オペレーションズ ・ リサーチ
Operations Research
HLS
マーケティング ・ リサーチ
APM
ISS
ISS
ISS
030970
APM
031010
APM
031041
APM
031070
APM
ISS
031080
APM
ISS
032002
APS
APS
International Trade
国際金融論
International Finance
国際マーケティング論
International Marketing
国際経済論
International Economics
国際取引
International Transactions
HLS アジア太平洋における日本企業
LCS Japanese Corporations in the Asia Pacific
アジア金融市場
Financial Markets in Asia
アジア投資戦略
Investment Strategies in Asia
日本的生産システム
Japanese Production System
アジア太平洋の人材開発
Human Resources Development in the Asia Pacific
企業研究入門
Introduction to Business Studies
卒業研究
Research Seminar
卒業論文
Undergraduate Thesis
インターンシップ
Internship
プロジェクト研究
Applied Training
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
Special Lecture(Management)
特殊講義(専門教育科目)
Special Lecture (Management)
東アジアの社会
APS
APS
国際貿易論
Global Human Resources Management
APM
032001
International Management
国際人的資源管理論
APM
APM
国際経営論
International Accounting
APM
031073
Product Development Strategy
国際会計
APM
APM
製品開発戦略論
Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior
APM
030960
Marketing Research
経営組織論
APM
030892
032003
投資 ・ 証券分析
APM
APM
032000
Financial Market and Institutions
APM
030890
031084
金融市場と金融制度
APM
APM
031072
Auditing
APM
030881
031071
監査
APM
APM
030950
Advanced Accounting
THP
030800
030940
上級会計
THP 消費者行動論
HLS Consumer Behavior
APM
030870
Business Law in Asia
APM
030791
030861
アジアビジネス法
APM
030730
030820
Management Accounting
APM
APM
030810
管理会計論
APM
030718
030770
Financial Accounting II
APM
APM
030760
財務会計論 II
APM
030717
030750
Financial Accounting I
APM
APM
030721
財務会計論 I
APM
030716
科目名
Subject Name
Societies in East Asia
南アジアの社会
Societies in South Asia
LCS
文化社会学
Cultural Sociology
比較社会史
Comparative Social History
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
2
300
□ Accounting II
○
2
300
□ Financial Accounting I
○
2
300
□ Cost Accounting
○
2
300
□ Intr. to Business Law
× Change to 'Business Law (030597)'
2
400
□ Financial Accounting II
○
2
400
□ Financial Accounting I
○
2
300
□ Finance, Microeconomics
○
Old Name 'Financial Markets and Institutions' 'Financial Markets in Asia'
2
400
□ Corporate Finance
○
English Name Change only Old Name
'Investment and Security Analysis'
2
400
Japanese Corporations in the AP
□ Financial Markets in Asia
(Financial Market and Institutions)
○ Old Name 'Investment Strategies in Asia'
2
300
○
2
300
English Name Change only Change to
× 'Development and Production Systems
(030676)'
2
300
□
2
300
□ Marketing (Principles of Marketing)
○
2
300
□ Marketing (Principles of Marketing)
○
2
400
□ Marketing
× Change to 'Brand Management (033022)'
2
300
2
400
□
2
200
□ Contemporary Business in the AP
2
300
□
2
400
□ Financial Accounting I
○
2
300
□ Marketing (Principles of Marketing)
○
2
300
□ Human Resources Management
English Name Change only Change to
× 'Global Human Resource Management
(033028)'
2
300
□
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
×
2
300
□
Int'l Trade
Intr. to Business Law (Business Law)
○
2
200
Contemporary Business in the AP
□
Modern Jpn. Economics
△ By the end of AY2012
2
300
□ Finance
×
Change to 'Financial Market and Institutions (030716)'
2
400
□
×
Change to 'Investment Strategy
(030718)'
2
300
×
Merger with 'Production Management
(030630)'
2
300
×
Merger with 'Global Human Resource
Management (033028)'
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
400
○
4
400
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
100
CSC
× Change to 'Area Studies I (030026)'
2
100
CSC
× Change to 'Area Studies II (030027)'
2
200
CSC
× Change to 'Cultural Studies (030025)'
2
200
CSC
Internet Fundamentals
(Intr. to the Internet)
○
×
Business Management
(Intr. to Management)
Financial Markets and Institutions
(Financial Market and Institutions)
Jpn. Corporations in AP
Financial Markets in Asia
□ Human Resources Management
■ Research Seminar
□ Social Theory
Change to 'Organizational Behavior
(030606)'
○
× Merger with 'Int'l Economics (032081)'
○
Japanese Name Change only Change to
「国際経済学 (032081)」
○
×
Change to 'Global History and the World
System (030024)'
032004
APS
032005
APS
032006
社会心理学
Social Psychology
教育と社会
APS
APS
情報社会学
Information Technology and Society
APS
ISS
032012
APS
ISS
032015
APS
032016
APS
032017
APS
032018
APS
032019
APS
032040
032050
032060
032070
国際政治史
History of International Politics
組織社会論
Sociology of Organizations
プロジェクト ・ マネジメント
Project Management and Evaluation
生活と開発
Social Life and Development
国際協力論
ISS
International Cooperation
開発政策論
Developmental Policy
地域 ・ コミュニティ開発論
Community Development
特殊講義(地域研究)
Special Lecture(Area Studies)
フィールド ・ スタディ
Field Study
ボランティア研究
Volunteer Activities
専門演習 I
Major Seminar I
専門演習 II
APS
Major Seminar II
033004
APM
ISS
ISS
THP
APM
APM
APM
APM
2
300
CSC
○
2
300
CSC,
SDS
2
300
2
200
ビジネス法入門
Introduction to Business Law
民法 I
Civil Code I
民法 II
Civil Code II
商法 I
Commercial Law I
商法 II
Commercial Law II
THP
ホスピタリティ経営戦略
Hospitality Business Strategy
上級マクロ経済学
Advanced Macroeconomics
上級ミクロ経済学
Advanced Microeconomics
ビジネス法務戦略
Legal Strategy in Business
ビジネス ・ エシックスと企業の社会的責任
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
ISS
国際比較経営
International Comparative Management
日本経済 ・ 経営発展史
History of Economic Development and Management in Japan
□ Cultural Anthropology
×
Change to 'NGOs and Development
(030271)'
□ Cultural Anthropology
×
Change to 'Technology and New Media
(030038)'
ERP
△ By the end of AY2012
Environmental Studies in AP
□ Foundation in Infor. Technology
(Computer Literacy)
300
ERP,
SDS
2
300
ERP,
SDS
2
300
ERP
□
2
300
ERP
□ Environment and Society
2
200
GOV,
SDS
□
2
200
GOV
□ Intr. to Int'l Relations
○
2
300
GOV
□ Cultural Anthoropogy
×
Japanese Name Change only Change to
「組織社会学 (030034)」
2
200
GOV,
SDS
×
Change to 'Project Management in
Development (030269)'
2
200
GOV,
SDS
Intr. to Economics
□ Math for Social Sciences
Intr. to Int'l Relations
Intr. to Economics
□ Intr. to Int'l Relations
Society and Law
×
Change to 'Development Sociology and
Anthropology (030261)'
2
200
GOV,
SDS
□
2
300
GOV,
SDS
Intr. to Political Science
□
Intenational Law
2
300
SDS
□
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
300
2
○
×
Intenational Law
Intr. to Int'l Relations
Intr. to Political Science
Intr. to Int'l Relations
Intr. to Political Science
Intr. to Int'l Relations
Intr. to Political Science
Intenational Law
Japanese Name Change only Change to
「国際経済学 (032081)」
△ By the end of AY2013
× Merger with 'Industrial Ecology (042003)'
×
Change to 'Int'l Politics and Security
(030185)'
○
× Change to 'Development Policy (030275)'
×
Japanese Name Change only Change to
「コミュニティー開発論 (030276)」
○
2
300
ERP,
SDS
(APS&APM) Intr. to Economics
Developmental Sociology
□ (APS)
(Development Sociol. and Anthrop.) ○ Old Name 'Developmental Economics'
(APM) Math for Social Sciences
2
300
ERP,
SDS
□
2
(APS&APM) Microeconomics
(APM) Macroeconomics
○
Japanese Name Change only Old Name
「国際経済論」
200
○
English Name Change only Old Name
'Human Resources Management'
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
○
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
200
2
400
2
300
□ Macroeconomics
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
□ Microeconomics
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
□ Intr. to Business Law (Business Law)
○
2
300
× Change to 'Business Ethics (033033)'
2
300
○
2
300
× Change to 'Asian Economy (030675)'
□ Business Management
× Change to 'Business Law (030597)'
○
□ Civil Code I
× Merger with 'Civil Code I (033004)'
× Change to 'Corporate Law (033032)'
□ Commercial Law I
× Change to 'Corporate Law (033032)'
○
Other Information and Programs
033012
Human Resource Management
History of Management
APM
APM
人的資源管理論
経営史
APM
033011
○
Active Learning
033008
International Economics
税務会計
APM
APM
国際経済学
Tax Accounting
APM
033007
CSC
Development Economics
APM
APM
200
開発経済学
APS
APM
033003
033014
International Politics
APS
APM
033013
ISS
APS
033001
033010
国際政治論
APS
APM
033009
Environmental Resource Management
APS
032083
033006
環境資源管理
APS THP
APS
APM
033005
国際海洋法
International Law of the Sea
APS THP
032081
033002
International Economics
2
Change to 'Research Method for APS
(030001,030002,030003,030004)'
Seminar Subjects
032080
国際経済論
×
Examinations and Grading
032030
Geoinformatics
CSC
Course Registration
APS
032021
地理情報システム
APS
032014
032020
Energy and Resources
HLS
032011
032013
資源 ・ エネルギー論
HLS
200
Curriculum
032009
NGOs and NPOs and Citizen Networking
2
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
APS
NGO ・ NPOと市民ネットワーク
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
032008
Education and Society
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
■
APS
032010
社会調査法
Research Methods for Social Sciences
APS
032007
科目名
Subject Name
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
87
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
033015
033016
033017
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
■
Curriculum
033018
033019
033020
033023
APM
033024
APM
Course Registration
Examinations and Grading
033029
APM
APM
APM
APM
APM
033032
APM
033033
APM
033050
033060
033070
041001
041002
Seminar Subjects
APM
033030
033040
041003
041004
041005
041006
041010
Active Learning
APM
APM
033028
APM
APM
APM
APM
THP
THP
THP
THP
THP
THP
THP
041020
THP
041021
THP
041022
041023
THP
THP
042001
HLS
042002
HLS
042003
042004
HLS
HLS
042005
HLS
042006
HLS
042007
History of Economic Development and Management in Asia
LCS
LCS
THP
HLS
アジア太平洋地域経済研究
Economies in the Asia Pacific
アジア太平洋地域経営研究
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
サプライ ・ チェーン ・ マネジメント
Supply Chain Management
アントレプレナーシップ
APM
033022
033027
Other Information and Programs
APM
APM
033026
88
APM
033021
033025
アジア経済 ・ 経営発展史
APM
APM
科目名
Subject Name
Entrepreneurship
ICT
Eビジネス
E-Business
ビジネスプラン
Business Plans
HLS
ブランドマネジメント
Brand Management
販売 ・ プロモーションマネジメント
Promotion and Sales Management
マーケティングデータ分析
Marketing Data Analysis
ICT
Eコマース
E-Commerce
国際物流論
International Logistics
サービスマネジメント
Service Management
国際人的資源管理論
Global Human Resource Management
ファミリービジネス
Family Business Management
経営戦略論
Strategic Management
会社法
Corporate Law
ビジネスエシックス
Business Ethics
フィールド ・ スタディ
Field Study
ボランティア研究
Volunteer Activities
専門演習 I
Major Seminar I
専門演習 II
Major Seminar II
観光資源評価 ・ 管理
Tourism Resources Management
トラベル&ホスピタリティ ・ マネジメント
Travel and Hospitality Management
文化 ・ 遺産管理論
Cultural Heritage Management
リスク ・ マネジメントとサービス ・ デリバリー
Risk Management and Service Delivery
ホスピタリティ ・ マーケティング
Hospitality Marketing
観光法制
Legal Framework of Tourism
特殊講義(ツーリズム&ホスピタリティ)
Special Lecture (Tourism and Hospitality)
アジア太平洋観光論
Asia Pacific Tourism
観光政策
Tourism Policy
観光開発と計画
Tourism Development and Planning
エコ ・ ツーリズム論
Ecotourism
地球環境問題入門
Introduction to Global Environmental Issues
自然生態学
Natural Ecology
産業生態学
Industrial Ecology
ヒューマンエコロジー
Human Ecology
環境分析とモデリング ・ アセスメント
Environmental Analysis and Modelling Techniques
遺伝子と細胞
Genetics and Cell Biology
高齢化 ・ 障害 ・ 健康管理
Ageing, Disability and Health Management
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
2
300
× Change to 'Asian Economy (030675)'
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
2
300
○
2
200
○
2
300
× Change to 'E-Commerce (033025)'
2
300
×
Change to 'Family Business Management
(033029)'
2
400
□ Marketing (Principles of Marketing)
○
Old Name 'Product Development Strategy'
2
400
□
○
Old Name 'Sales and Promotion Management'
2
300
○
2
300
○ Old Name 'E-Business'
2
200
2
300
2
300
2
300
○ Old Name 'Business Plans'
2
400
○
English Name Change only
'Corporate Strategy'
2
200
○
Old Name 'Commercial Law I' 'Commercial Law II'
2
300
○
Old Name 'Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility'
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
200
○
2
200
Marketing Research
Consumer Behavior
□ Contemporary Business in the AP
○ Old Name 'Logistics'
○
□ Human Resources Management
○
English Name Change only Old Name
'Global Human Resources Management'
○
AP Tourism
□ Business Management
(Intr. To Management)
2
300
2
300
○
2
300
○
2
400
2
200
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
400
□ AP Tourism
○
2
300
□ AP Tourism
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
300
○
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
□ Society and Law (Intr. To Law)
○
○
Old Name
042008
042009
042010
042011
043004
043005
043006
043020
043021
043022
044001
044002
044004
044005
044006
044007
044008
044009
044011
044012
044013
044014
ISS
ISS
ISS
ISS
ISS
ISS
ISS
ISS
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
ICT
045001
LCS
045002
045003
LCS
LCS
045004
LCS
045005
LCS
045006
LCS
LCS
045008
LCS
045009
LCS
045010
LCS
Globalization and Regionalism
戦略分析と意思決定
Strategic Planning & Decision Making
アジア太平洋における国際戦略
International Strategy in the Asia Pacific
政治地理学
Political Geography
特殊講義(国際戦略)
Special Lecture(International Strategy)
国際政治経済学
International Politics and Economy
平和学
International Peace Studies
マイグレーション研究
Migration Studies
社会 ・ インターネットと法
Law, the Internet and Society
システム ・ アプリケーションプログラミング
Systems and Application Programming
データベース管理システム
Database Management Systems
デザイン ・ ユーザビリティ
Design Usability
インターネット技術統合
Internet Technology Integration
マルチメディア ・ デザイン技術
Multimedia Design Technologies
コンピュータ支援設計と製造デザイン
Computer Assisted Design and Manufacturing Technologies
シーケンス ・ 電気回路
Sequential and Electrical Circuits
ソフトウエア工学
Software Engineering
セキュリティ情報システム管理
Security Information Systems Management
知識管理とデータマイニング
Knowledge Management and Data Mining
デジタル時代のデザイン
Design in the Digital Age
情報システム構造とネットワーク
Information Systems Architecture and Networks
埋め込みプログラミング
Embedded Programming
特殊講義(ICT)
Special Lecture(Information Communication Technology)
言語 ・ 文化概論
Introduction to Language and Culture Studies
アジア太平洋の諸言語 I
Asia Pacific Languages I
アジア太平洋の諸言語 II
Asia Pacific Languages II
ビジネス ・ コミュニケーション
Business Communication
現代英語学
Contemporary English Studies
TESOL I
TESOL I
TESOL II
TESOL II
ビジネス ・ ネゴシエーション
Business Negotiation
文化的リテラシーと通訳 I
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting I
文化的リテラシーと通訳 II
Cultural Literacy and Interpreting II
2
400
○
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
○
2
200
2
200
2
300
Merger with 'Environmental Policy
(030300)'
2
300
2
300
2
200
GOV
× Merger with 'Int'l Cooperation (032019)'
○
GOV
○
Regional Systems of AP
□ AP Governance
(Comparative Political Economy of the AP)
○
○
△ By the end of AY2014
2
300
CSC,
GOV
2
200
GOV
□ Intr. to Int'l Relations
○
2
300
CSC,
GOV
□ Transnational Sociology
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
○
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
○
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
□ Math II, PhysicsI
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
□ Math II, PhysicsI
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
○
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
Intr. to Infor. Technology (Computer
□ Literacy)
△ By the end of AY2013
Contemporary Science and Technology
2
400
□
2
200
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
○
2
200
□ Lang. and Cultures of AP
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
□ Lang. and Cultures of AP
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
□ Psycology
○
2
200
2
200
■ Advanced English I
○
2
300
■ TESOL I
○
2
300
2
300
■ Advanced English I
○
2
400
■ Cultural Literacy and Interpreting I
○
○
Intr. to Programming (Programming I)
Math for Info. Technology
△ By the end of AY2014
×
Merger with 'Cultural Literacy and
Interpreting I (045009)'
Other Information and Programs
045007
International Exchange
グローバル化と地域主義
×
Active Learning
044020
Introduction to International Strategy
国際交流論
400
Seminar Subjects
044010
ISS
Special Lecture(Health, Environment and Life Sciences)
国際戦略入門
2
Examinations and Grading
044003
ISS
Ecological Security
特殊講義(健康 ・ 環境 ・ 生命)
○
Course Registration
043010
HLS
Human Security
環境の安全保障
300
Curriculum
043003
HLS
Environmental Governance, Policy and Law
人間の安全保障
2
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
043002
HLS
ISS
Pollution Control and Waste Management
環境ガバナンスと政策
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
043001
HLS
公害防止と廃棄物処理
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
■
042020
HLS
科目名
Subject Name
Study at APU
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
○
89
Study at APU
Course Registration
AY 2006 Curriculum
Subject List
045011
■
Curriculum
科目CD 分野 CAPカウント
Subject CD Field APS APM
LCS
045012
LCS
045020
LCS
文化交流論
Cultural Exchange Studies
言語文化研究
Language and Culture Studies
特殊講義(言語 ・ 文化)
Special Lecture(Language and Culture)
All
046010
CAPs
CAP入門演習
All
046020
CAPs
CAP専門演習 I
046030
All
CAPs
CAP専門演習 II
046040
All
CAPs
CAP卒業研究
Introduction to CAP Major Seminar
CAP Major Seminar I
CAP Major Seminar II
CAP Research Seminar
All
046050
CAPs
卒業論文(CAP)
All
046060
CAPs
特殊講義(大学院科目)
Undergraduate Thesis(CAP)
Special Lecture(Graduate Subject)
046070
All
CAPs
特殊講義(CAP)
046080
All
CAPs
フィールド ・ スタディ(CAP)
046081
046082
THP
HLS
046083
ISS
046084
ICT
046085
LCS
Prerequisite Subjects
単位 グレード番号 APSクラスター
■ : Required to complete the Prerequisite Subjects.
Credits Grade Level APS Cluster □ : Prerequisite Subjects or Grade Level
科目名
Subject Name
Special Lecture
Field Study(CAP)
フィールド ・ スタディ(CAP) THP
Field Study(CAP)
フィールド ・ スタディ(CAP) HLS
Field Study(CAP)
フィールド ・ スタディ(CAP) ISS
Field Study(CAP)
フィールド ・ スタディ(CAP) ICT
Field Study(CAP)
フィールド ・ スタディ(CAP) LCS
Field Study(CAP)
AY 2011 Curriculum Reform
○ : Offer △ : Limited offered subjects × : Not offered
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
4
300
2
200
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
300
△ By the end of AY2013
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
4
400
2
400
△ By the end of AY2014
2
300
△ By the end of AY2014
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
2
200
△ By the end of AY2012
■ AP Languages III
■ CAP Research Seminar
△ By the end of AY2013
△ By the end of AY2014
Other Information and Programs
Active Learning
Seminar Subjects
Examinations and Grading
* Please refer to p.77 for more information on this subject list.
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3. Course Registration
Study at APU
3.1 Registering for Courses
3.1.1 From Registration to Credit Completion
Classwork, Attendance,
Review
Evaluation
→ Participation, Examinations, →
Reports
Passing
Acquire Credit
Examinations and Grading
Credit Registration Limits
Seminar Subjects
There is a fixed number of credits that students may register up to each semester. Please note
that this number differs depending on the student curriculum. There are no minimum credit
requirements per semester. However, there are minimum requirements when applying for
certain scholarships and various programs. As the number of credits registered may impact
visa status for international students, it is imperative that students register carefully. For more
information, please consult with the Student Office.
● Maximum Number of Credits
Students who, due to a leave of absence or withdrawal from the University, are moved from
the AY 2004/2006 curriculum to the AY 2011 curriculum will receive the same credit registration
limits specified by the AY 2004/2006 curriculum (see p.92).
Accelerated Graduation
Program Students
1st Semester
18 Credits
-
2nd Semester
18 Credits
-
3rd Semester
20 Credits
24 Credits
4th Semester
20 Credits
24 Credits
5th Semester
20 Credits
24 Credits
6th Semester
20 Credits
24 Credits
7th Semester
24 Credits
24 Credits
8th Semester
24 Credits
24 Credits
Other Information and Programs
Regular Students
Active Learning
AY 2011 Curriculum
Semester
Course Registration
Study
Course Registration
→
Registering for Courses
Course
Registration
■
Course registration occurs each semester. Please use the Undergraduate Academic
Handbook, syllabus (see p.98), course timetable (available on the Academic Office website)
and course registration guidance materials in order to create a study plan, then register for
courses via Campus Terminal during the appropriate course registration period. If you are not
fully prepared when the time to register comes, it can lead to either incomplete or incorrect
registration of classes, costing you valuable time and effort. Please use extra caution when
registering for classes to ensure you are able to progress in your study plan.
Curriculum
Course registration is the process of each student registering for classes they would like to
take, as well as a declaration of intent. Course registration is the most important part of course
planning, and absolutely necessary in order to attend classes, receive credit and graduate.
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Study at APU
AY 2004 / 2006 Curriculum
Registering for Courses
Curriculum
Accelerated Graduation
Program Students
1st Semester
18 Credits
-
2nd Semester
18 Credits
-
3rd Semester
20 Credits
24 Credits
4th Semester
20 Credits
24 Credits
5th Semester
20 Credits
30 Credits
6th Semester
20 Credits
30 Credits
7th Semester
30 Credits
30 Credits
8th Semester
30 Credits
30 Credits
Important Notes for Course Registration
All Students
● Students cannot register over the credit limit per semester.
● Students cannot register for subjects held during the same period on the same day, unless
the subjects are held during different quarters.
■
Course Registration
Regular Students
Semester
Examinations and Grading
● Students are not able to register for subjects that have reached capacity.
● Students cannot normally register for subjects that they have already passed, even in the
case the instructor, class letter, or language is different. However, students may register for
subjects that can be taken more than once or when they are approved for re-registration
(see p.94).
● Students are not able to register for subjects that do not appear on their course registration
screen.
Seminar Subjects
● Students must complete the necessary procedures in order to register for subjects
requiring prior application.
● Courses may be cancelled in cases where the number of students registered for the
subject does not satisfy the established minimum quota.
● No session courses may be registered during a student’s semester of scheduled
graduation.
Active Learning
AY 2004 / 2006 Curriculum Students
● S
ubject name changes due to the curricular reforms can be verified in the subject list. For
details of course content (APS: p.83, APM: p.85), please refer to the syllabus of the course.
● T
o avoid major differences in class sizes for language subjects, the University may move
students from one class to another to adjust the number of students in each class.
Other Information and Programs
● In order to take 300 level or higher subjects held in a non-basis language, students must
first fulfill the following language proficiency requirements.
Score Conversion Chart for 500 on the TOEFL®
Converted
Score
92
TOEFL®/PBT
(or ITP)
TOEFL®/iBT
TOEFL®/CBT
TOEIC
(or IP)
UNATE
IELTS
500
61
173
587
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● Japanese-basis students: Must attain 500 points or more on the TOEFL®, or an
equivalent test score
●E
nglish-basis students: Must meet one of the following conditions.
○C
ompletion of "Japanese Advanced Course II" or "Advanced Japanese" (From AY
2011)
○2
40 points or more on the EJU
○ Attainment of JLPT N2 (new)
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Once a student either receives credit for specified prerequisite Japanese subjects, or attains
the necessary score on a University internal TOEFL®/ITP or TOEIC®/IP test, from the following
semester they will automatically become able to register 300 level or higher courses held in
their non-basis language.
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Semester of Registration
Course Registration
Application Period
Registering for Courses
Students seeking permission to register 300 level or higher courses by submitting test scores
issued by other institutions must submit an application in advance, including the original score
sheet. Application periods are as follows.
Application Period
Mon. July 21 - Fri. August 29, 2014
2015 Spring Semester
Mon. January 26 - Fri. February 27, 2015
Examinations and Grading
2014 Fall Semester
The following are subjects which specifically allow for the course to be taken multiple times
(Only applicable when course contents are different from the previous time.) Thus, students
are not required to apply for course re-registration for these subjects.
Subject Name
Notes
Special Lecture (Foundation Education Subject)
Special Lecture (Liberal Arts Subject)
Special Lecture (Asia Pacific Studies)
Special Lecture (Management)
Special Lecture (Area Studies)
Economies in the Asia Pacific
Please check the syllabus in order to
determine whether the current course
contents are same as the contents for
which students previously earned credit.
Additional subjects with registration
conditions may be specified at the
registration guidance session.
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Special Lecture (5 CAP programs)
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Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
Management Studies in the Asia Pacific
Internship
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Other Information and Programs
Applied Training
Certain registration and credit limit
restrictions may apply. Refer to Active
Learning p.129.
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● J apanese-basis students must complete ″Intermediate English A & B″ before they may
register for Common Liberal Arts or Major Education Subjects held in English. They must
also complete "Pre-Intermediate English A & B" in order to take "Bridge Program" subjects.
The maximum number of Bridge Program subject credits a student can take is set at 6.
● The following are subjects which specifically allow for the course to be taken multiple times
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(Only applicable when course contents are different from the previous time.) Thus, students
are not required to apply for course re-registration for these subjects.
Subject Name
Special Lecture (Language Education Subject)
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Special Lecture (Liberal Arts Subject)
Special Lecture (Asia Pacific Studies)
Special Lecture (Management)
Special Lecture (each APS area of study)
Please check the syllabus in order to
determine whether the current course
contents are same as the contents for
which students previously earned credit.
Additional subjects with registration
conditions may be specified at the
registration guidance session.
Internship
Field Study
Volunteer Activities
Applied Training
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Notes
Certain registration and credit limit
restrictions may apply. Refer to Active
Learning p.129.
Intensive Language Learning Overseas
3.1.2 Course Re-registration System
For most subjects, once a course has been completed and credit received, it cannot be
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registered again. The re-registration system was developed for students who wish to deepen
their understanding of a completed course and try for a higher grade by allowing the
registration of the same subject in cases where the instructor, course content or language of
instruction has changed. For details, please refer to the ″Course Requiring prior Applications″
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3.1.3 Course Registration Overview
In order to take classes, students register for courses during ″Course Registration Periods″
held before each semester begins. After classes begin, there are additional ″Correction
Periods″ in which current classes may be dropped, and future classes may be added or
dropped. Please review the course syllabus and consider carefully before registering for
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courses. Please also note that there is no correction period for courses held during summer
and winter sessions, and once registration is finalized these may not be dropped for jobhunting or other personal reasons.
Notes
Add
Drop
Add
Drop
Add
Drop
Registration
Period B
All subjects
(including other
college and other
CAP program
subjects)
Major subjects
from the other
college become
available (from
2nd year onward)
Add
Drop
Add
Drop
Add
Drop
Add
Drop
Last chance to
register for 2nd
quarter classes
Drop
Drop
Add
Drop
Add
Drop
Last chance
to register for
session classes
-
-
Drop
Add
Drop
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Add
Drop
Semester and 1st Quarter Classes Begin
Correction
Period 1
All subjects
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2nd Quarter Classes Begin
Correction
Period 2
All subjects
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Registration
times will vary
according to
student GPA.
Course Registration
Registration
Period A
Language,
Common Liberal
Arts, Major Subjects
(from own college),
CAP Subjects (from
own CAP)
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Semester
1Q
2Q
Session
Courses Courses Courses Courses
Period
Session Classes Begin
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Note:
● R
egistration Period A is only available to current APU students. Newly enrolled, re-enrolled
and reinstated students will begin from Registration Period B.
● C
lasses requiring advance registration and designated classes will appear automatically on
the course registration screen during Registration Periods A and B.
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2014 Spring Semster Course Registration Schedule
The schedule is subject to change due to typhoons, transportation problems or other
unforeseeable circumstances. The course registration schedule for 2014 Fall semester will be
released in late July.
Period
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1st Priority
APS
1st Priority
APM
2nd Priority
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Regular
Date
Mon. March
24
Wed. March
26
New or Reinstated
All
Mon. April 7
Students Current Students
Time
9:30
12:30
15:30
9:30
12:30
15:30
10:00
15:00
Registration Ends
Date
Time
Tue. March
25
12:00
Thu. March
27
12:00
Tue. April 8
12:00
Correction Period 1 All Students
Thu. April 17
10:00 Fri. April 18
10:00
Correction Period 2 All Students
Thu. June 12
10:00 Fri. June 13
10:00
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2nd Priority
Regular
Registration
Period A
Registration
Period B
Registration Begins
Student Group
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Students will be assigned registration priority based on GPA as follows.
● 1
st Priority: Cumulative or semester GPA ≥ 3.00
● 2
nd Priority: Cumulative or semester GPA ≥ 2.50
3.1.4 Important Notes for Course Registration System
Students are able to register online via the ″Campusmate″ system, accessible through
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Campus Terminal. For instructions and precautions please see the Academic Office website.
Every morning, between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 (Japan Standard Time), Campusmate will
close for maintenance.
Other Information and Programs
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● Accessing Campusmate
Note:
● Y
ou must take full responsibility for any errors made during course registration. As no
special consideration will be given for such errors, please use extra caution during
registration to ensure no mistakes are made.
● D
o not log into multiple screens with the same account at the same time. This can lead to
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system errors, preventing registration. The University will bear no responsibility for any
problems a student may experience in this case.
● W
hen you register or cancel subjects online, please be sure to click the Apply button to
register your changes.
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● If you log out or close the registration screen prior to completing course registration, you
will lose all changes. You must first complete your course registration, log out, and then log
in again to confirm your course registration is correct. Mistakes in registration are your own
responsibility. It is also very important that you print out a copy of the Course Registration
Verification Sheet.
● P
lease do not share your password with anyone else. The University recommends
regularly changing your password.
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● Y
ou may conduct course registration off campus. However, as accessing the system from
outside the campus network may be slow or unreliable, the University recommends the use
of on campus terminals for course registration. You are responsible for any adverse result
of using these systems.
Advising for course registration is always available at the Academic Office. When requesting
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assistance with course registration, please refer to the following guidelines. This will ensure
the University is able to provide timely and accurate support.
● Office Contact
Please visit the Academic Office during office hours. As a rule, registration assistance is not
provided via email or phone, as we cannot confirm a student’s identity. Due to possible delays
in a reply to email enquiries, in the case of an emergency please come directly to the office for
assistance.
Monday, Wednesday through Friday
10:00-16:30
Tuesday
11:30-16:30
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Academic Office Hours
● Documents to Bring
● An up-to-date printout of your Course Registration Confirmation Screen from Campusmate
● An up-to-date printout of your Grade Confirmation Screen (including subject list and credit
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completion information)
● U
ndergraduate Academic Handbook
● Any other necessary documents
● Preparation
● P
lease consider the topics you wish to talk about before coming to the office.
● P
lease review the Undergraduate Academic Handbook for relevant information and rules.
Other Information and Programs
Details such as the credit field of subjects may be viewed in the handbook.
● P
lease confirm your own credit completion or registration status using Campusmate.
Instructions on how to do this are available on the Academic Office website.
● Future Plans and Goals
After fully understanding the content discussed, students are responsible for making their own
decision in carrying out registration.
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3.2 Syllabus
3.2.1 Viewing the Syllabus Online
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The syllabus is an important tool for providing students with information on subjects, including
the following items:
● S
ubject/Class Name; Semester offered (fall/spring)
● Instructor
● C
lass outline (course objectives, standards for course completion, teaching methods,
method of grade evaluation)
Syllabus
● R
equired readings and further readings
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● R
equirements for students
②
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①
● Notes on Syllabus Searches
● The syllabus cannot be searched by course year level or course field.
Other Information and Programs
● P
lease refer to your curriculum’s subject list for course year and field information.
● P
lease note that certain course credit is calculated differently according to curriculum year
and college.
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3.2.2 Finding Textbooks and Reading Materials at the Library
Reading materials used for classes and individual study may be viewed or borrowed at the
APU Library. The reading materials listed within the syllabus are linked to the RUNNERS
Library System, allowing online checks of book availability, placing of reservations and
ordering of materials from Ritsumeikan University Library.
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Searching for and Acquiring Materials
There are two methods of searching for and acquiring materials listed in the syllabus:
″Reference Materials″ available in the Reserve Corner, and ″Other Reading″ materials, which
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Syllabus
method of viewing them will vary. See pp.100-101 figures A, B and C for instructions.
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are not available at the Reserve Corner. Depending on the availability of the materials, the
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1. Textbooks and Further Reading (in Reserve Corner): The names of textbooks and
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reference materials available in the Library Reserve Corner are displayed in the syllabus
under the ″Textbook″ and ″Further Reading″ sections. Names which are linked may be
clicked to display the material’s cataloged location and bibliographic information. Textbooks
and reference materials are each cataloged in the library in sets of two. One copy of the
reference material may be checked out for up to 3 days, however the other copy of the
reference material, as well as both textbooks may only be viewed in the library.
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2. Other Materials (not in Reserve Corner): Other materials introduced by instructors are
displayed here. These materials are not necessarily available in the library. Please inquire at
the Reference Counter concerning availability.
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Syllabus
Click linked material
names
Screen will change to the RUNNERS Library System.
Please note that the screen may appear differently than
those shown here. Please confirm the page online.
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Searching for materials listed in the Syllabus
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A - Materials Available in the APU Library
Other Information and Programs
The ″Location″ column will show where the book is currently cataloged. Materials located in
″APU Reserve (On-Site Use)″ may be found in the Reserve Corner. These materials may only
be used inside the library. Those located in ″APU Reserve″ may be checked out for up to 3
days.
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B - Reservation and ordering of materials at Ritsumeikan Library
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Syllabus
Materials that are currently checked out, but are available at another campus can be reserved
or ordered. Materials ordered from another campus take approximately 3 days (weekdays) to
arrive.
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C - Viewing materials at the APU Library
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Other Information and Programs
Materials located in ″APU AV Materials (On-Site Use)″ can be found in the AV Materials
section. These may only be viewed inside the library.
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3.2.3 Introduction to the APU Library
The APU library is not only a place to read and check out books and materials. It also provides
venues for individual and group study, as well as presentations. Technology-assisted study is
also possible, with IT facilities such as the Multimedia Room and wireless Internet.
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As the library is used by a large number of people every day, its rules of use are strictly
enforced. Please be considerate of other library users and follow the facility rules to ensure
that everyone is able to benefit in their studies.
● The first floor includes the ″Group Study Rooms″ and ″Presentation Room,″ which are
useful to students working in study groups or on joint projects.
● S
tudy booths are located on the second floor for those who want a quiet place to
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concentrate and study.
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● Library Facilities
● W
ireless LAN access areas are located throughout the library, and computers are available
in the Multimedia Room.
● Also found within the library are the ″Advising Booth,″ used for student advising, and
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″Writing Center,″ which provides support for reading and writing-related studying.
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4.1 Examinations
4.1.1 Final Examinations
Timetable
Curriculum
The following is the standard timetable for final examinations. However, the length of
examinations is subject to change for some subjects. Please check the notice board and
specific information from instructors.
Examination
Time
Warning Bell
Examination
Begins
Examination
Ends
1
 8:45-10:20
 8:45
 9:00
10:20
2
10:35-12:10
10:35
10:50
12:10
3
12:25-14:00
12:25
12:40
14:00
4
14:15-15:50
14:15
14:30
15:50
5
16:05-17:40
16:05
16:20
17:40
6
17:55-19:30
17:55
18:10
19:30
″Permit to Take Examination″ slip. Those who do not realize that they have forgotten their
ID cards until after the examination has begun are allowed to take the examination only on
the condition that they do not leave the examination room during the examination period.
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Students who forget their ID card must promptly go to the Academic Office and receive a
Final Examinations
● Students who do not bring Student ID cards will not be authorized to take an examination.
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They must then go to the Academic Office with a proctor after the examination ends.
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● Students must bring all supplies necessary for the examination (such as pen and pencil).
These items will not be provided by the University.
● All information regarding examination schedule and locations will be posted on the bulletin
board and the Academic Office website a week before examinations begin.
● Final report instructions will be posted on the notice board only.
● The day and period of final examinations may differ from the normal class schedule. Please
be sure to confirm the correct times on the notice board.
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● Students are not allowed to take an examination for subjects and classes (JA/JB/EA/EB
etc) that they have not registered. Please double check your course registration in advance.
● Students who do not arrive within 20 minutes of the beginning of an examination will lose
the right to take that examination, and will not be permitted to enter.
Suspension of Public Transportation Services
Other Information and Programs
The following measures will be taken in the case of suspension of public transportation service
due to reasons such as typhoon, snow or a strike. The conditions for ″suspension of public
transportation service″ are the same as those outlined on p.8.
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Time of
Announcement
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Time of Decision
Response
7:00 a.m.
approx. 7:15 a.m.
For examinations held during periods 1 and
2, make-up examinations will be held on the
examination make-up day.
10:30 a.m.
approx. 10:45 a.m.
For examinations held from period 3 or later,
make-up examinations will be held on the
examination make-up day.
After 10:30 a.m.
As decided
Decisions regarding make-ups will be made as
appropriate.
● Announcements will be made on Campus Terminal. Make sure to check this yourself.
● Information about newly scheduled examination dates, make-up reports, submission
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methods and deadlines will also be announced on Campus Terminal.
● E
ven if there is no ″suspension of public transportation,″ decisions may be made regarding
examinations depending on the traffic conditions. In this case, announcements will also be
made on Campus Terminal.
● P
lease do not plan for trips or make plans to return home on the examination make-up day
(written in the Academic Calendar). You will not be permitted to take a make-up
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examination if you miss a final examination for personal reasons.
Academic Misconduct
Examinations at APU are conducted in order to assess students’ level of achievement in their
studies, and as such must be conducted fairly and impartially. Cheating during an examination
amounts to an abandonment of one’s own right to learning and will result in a student’s
disqualification from study at APU. As a university providing scholarships and other forms of
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support from both internal and external sources, APU cannot permit activities such as
cheating. From this standpoint, APU strictly enforces the rules for examinations.
● Cheating
The following acts are regarded as cheating and will be strictly punished:
● U
sing a stand-in (another person to take the test for you)
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● F
raud (false statements) on the answer sheet or attendance sheet
● P
ossessing a cheat sheet (including leaving them on the lower shelf of the desk)
● Taking your answer sheet out of the examination room
● Talking or whispering during the examination, as well as looking at other people’s answers
● U
sing any materials not permitted for the examination
● E
xchanging answer sheets
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● L
ending and borrowing of allowed materials, other items, etc.
● S
haring answers
● U
sing your mobile phone (including as a dictionary, watch or calculator)
● W
riting on the desk
● F
ailing to follow the proctor’s instructions
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● O
bstructing the examination in any other way
● P
lease note that even in the case of open-book examinations, the use of Internet-enabled
devices such as mobile phones and notebook computers is not permitted.
● Consequences of Cheating
Students found to be cheating may be punished in several ways, including the following:
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● Invalidation of all classes for the relevant semester (all subjects receive a grade of ″F″)
● R
evocation of student scholarships
● D
isciplinary measures such as suspension or expulsion
Additional Notes
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● F
or closed-book examinations, any texts or materials other than those specifically
permitted will be regarded as ″cheat sheets.″
● The only items permitted on your desk during the examination are a watch, pens, pencils,
erasers and student ID card. All personal items that you do not need for the examination,
such as coats, stationery, bags, etc. must be placed under the seat (not ON the seat).
● The examination will be considered invalid if you take it at a different time than the
submitting question and answer sheets, etc. If you fail to follow the proctor’s instructions, this
may be considered academic misconduct, and treated as a form of cheating. The University
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In addition, you must follow the instructions of the examination proctor(s) in regards to seating,
Make-up Examinations
● You must bring a pen to the test and write your name in ink.
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scheduled examination time.
will not be responsible for the consequences of failing to follow instructions during the
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examination.
4.1.2 Make-up Examinations
When it is not possible to take an examination due to unavoidable reasons (hospitalization,
sudden illness, accident, fire, job interview, etc.), an "Application for Make-up Examination"
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(available at the Academic Office) may be submitted after the examination has finished. The
form must be submitted within one week, including the day of the examination. (i.e.: If your
examination was scheduled for a Thursday, you have until the following Wednesday to submit
the application.) Students are also required to submit an original official certificate. Copies are
not accepted.
Other Information and Programs
Students will be notified of the decision made regarding make-up examination applications.
There is no limit to the number of make-up assignments a student may complete. A make-up
examination fee of 1,000 JPY per subject is required. Depending on the subject, the make-up
examination may be in the form of a written test or a report. In the case that a student cannot
come to the Academic Office, another student may submit the application as a proxy.
Applications by phone, email or FAX, however, will not be accepted.
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Necessary Document or Requirement
Illness of the student
Medical certificate and medical expense receipt
(medical certificates must be obtained on the date of the
examination to be valid)
Bereavement (death of a
relative to the 2nd degree, i.e.
spouse, parent, child, sibling,
grandparent or grandchild)
Official death certificate with the actual date of death
(applicable for 7 days, including public holidays from
the date of death of parent, spouse or child, or 5 days
including public holidays from the date of grand parent or
brother/sister.
Disaster
Certificate for disaster victim
Job interview
Official document to certify job interview (available at the
Career Office)
Graduate school examination
Examination admission slip
Transportation delay
Delay certificate from transportation company
Absent relating to Japan's lay
judge system
Unavoidable reasons such as
participation in extracurricular
activities
Advance permission by the Dean of Academic Affairs
Final Reports
These rules only apply to examinations held in the final examination period. There is no official
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Reason for Not Taking Examination
make-up examination system for other examinations such as mid-term examinations and
language subject examinations. Please seek advice from the individual instructor.
Make-up Examination Schedule
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In the case that a missed examination will be made up by an additional examination, it will be
held according to the following schedule. Please note that if you are unable to take the test at
that time, in principle, there will be no additional opportunities to take a make-up examination.
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Spring
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Make-up Examination Date
1st Quarter
Wed. June 11, 2014
2nd Quarter
Wed. August 6 - Thu. August 7, 2014
1st Quarter
Wed. December 3, 2014
2nd Quarter
Mon. February 16 - Tue. February 17, 2015
4.1.3 Final Reports
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Points to Remember When Writing Final Reports
Students should follow the citation methods outlined in the ″First Year Student Workshop I″
textbook or in this handbook in the section dealing with guidelines on undergraduate thesis
format (pp.123 - 127) when quoting from another person’s work or from the Internet, etc.
Students who do not follow these APU guidelines may be accused of plagiarism.
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Points to Remember When Submitting Final Reports
The final report submission periods and locations will be announced on the bulletin board, as
well as on the Academic Office homepage. Make a habit of checking the bulletin board often.
Since there is a fixed submission period, there are no make-up options for reports. Be sure
you submit your report by the stated deadline. If you cannot submit the report in person,
please ask someone to submit your report as a proxy to the designated place.
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4.1.4 APU Plagiarism Guidelines
● What is Plagiarism
Plagiarism is the copying of a copyrighted work without acknowledgement, and is against
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academic rules and ethics. Plagiarism is also illegal and offenders may be fined or imprisoned.
At APU, plagiarism is considered a form of academic misconduct or cheating. Cases of
plagiarism will be handled in the same manner cheating on examinations is handled. Students
found to have plagiarized materials will be disciplined severely. Please refer to p.104
″Academic Misconduct″ for further information on punitive measures.
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submitted or presented within APU. This includes reports, answer sheets, presentation
materials, resumes, and all other media resources.
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″Reports, etc.″ refers to any reports or other items for assessment created by students to be
Plagiarism
● Reports, etc.
● Copyrighted Work
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″Copyrighted Work″ refers to all works as defined by the Japanese copyright law. This includes
written/verbal works such as dissertations and lectures, and also includes broadcasts, music,
performances, works of art, architecture, maps, technical drawings, models, movies,
photographs, programs, etc. Online documents, data and images are also considered
copyrighted works.
● Quotations
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″Quotation″ is the act of using the contents of an existing copyrighted work for your own use in
line with the rules below. Although there are a number of ways to use quotations in reports,
papers, etc, students may use the method taught in class or as directed by individual
instructors.
● An individual’s work must form the main part of a work with quotes only used to supplement
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the main work.
● A quote must be considered necessary.
● The source must be clearly shown.
● The parameters of the quote must be clear.
● There must be no changes to the content of the quote.
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4.2 Grades and GPA
4.2.1 Grading System
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The APU grading system is as follows.
Letter Grades
Letter
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A+
Grade (%)
90% or higher
A
80-89%
B
70-79%
C
60-69%
F
59% or lower
Pass
Fail
Other Evaluation Codes
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Code
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Pass / Fail
Definition
Memo
P
Pass
Utilized in some subjects
T
Transfer
A maximum of 60 credits*
R
Approved for Re-registration
Credits are not counted
E
Exemption
Credits are not counted
* The credits transfered at the time of 2nd or 3rd year transfer student’s enrollment do not
count toward this limit.
4.2.2 Grade Point Average (GPA)
A GPA is a value representing a student’s overall grade evaluation, calculated from the
individual grades of their classes according to a specific set of rules established by the
University.
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Cumulative GPA and Semester GPA
″Cumulative GPA″ is calculated from the time of a student’s enrollment through to a student’s
last semester. This is the number that is printed on official transcripts. Cumulative GPA is used
when applying for exchange programs, the Accelerated Graduation Program, priority
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registration, etc.
″Semester GPA″ is calculated using only the grades acquired in the present semester. This is
the number that is included in grade reports. Semester GPA is used when applying for
scholarships, priority registration, etc.
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Calculating GPA
● AY 2011 Curriculum Students
Cumulative GPA:
(No.of A+credits×4) + (No.of A credits×3)+(No.of B credits×2)+(No.of C credits×1)+(No.of F credits×0)
Total registered credits (excluding P/T)
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Semester GPA:
(No.of A+credits×4)+(No.of A credits×3)+(No.of B credits×2)+(No.of C credits×1)+(No.of F credits×0)
Registered credits for given semester (excluding P/T)
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● AY 2004/2006 Curriculum Students
The following calculation method also applies to students who were originally enrolled in or
before AY 2010 (AY 2004/2006 Curriculum) but who will study under the AY 2011 Curriculum
after being reinstated or readmitted.
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Semester GPA:
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(No.of A+credits×4)+(No.of A credits×3)+(No.of B credits×2)+(No.of C credits×1)+(No.of F credits×0)
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(No.of A+credits×4)+(No.of A credits×3)+(No.of B credits×2)+(No.of C credits×1)
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Cumulative GPA:
Registered credits for given semester (excluding P/T)
A distribution chart of student Cumulative GPA and Semester GPA is posted each semester on
the Academic Office website. This data will give students an approximate idea about their
academic standing in APU.
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4.2.3 Graduation Assessment
This procedure will assess whether a student is eligible to graduate within a certain period of
study (generally four years for regular students). In Japan, students are often requested to
submit a ″Certificate of Scheduled Graduation″ during job-hunting activities.
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Please note that these certificates only indicate the prospect of graduation and do not
guarantee a student’s graduation.
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● Scheduled Graduation Assessment Criteria
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Period of Assessment
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Regular
Students
At completion of 6th
semester
Completion
of at least 76
credits
After completion of 7th
semester, at completion of
each semester
Completion of
at least 100
credits
After completion of 4th
semester, at completion of
each semester
Enrolled in the
Accelerated
Graduation
Program
Timing of Issue
Spring Semester : Early April
Fall Semester : Early October
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Period of
Enrollment
Release of Grades
Regular
Students
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Accelerated
Graduation
Program
Students
Period of
Assessment
Criteria
Remarks
At completion Completion
of 6th
of at least 80
semester
credits
Those who have completed
64 credits or more can apply
for graduation assessment at
the Academic Office.
At completion Completion
Fall Semester
of 5th
of at least 66
(Sept.)
semester
credits
Those who have completed
44 credits or more can apply
for graduation assessment
through the Academic office.
Spring
Semester
(April)
Spring
Semester
(April)
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Accelerated
Graduation
Program
Students
Criteria
Enrolled in the
At completion
Accelerated
of 4th
Graduation
semester
Program
Enrolled in the
At completion
Fall Semester
Accelerated
of 3rd
(Sept.)
Graduation
semester
Program
Scheduled graduation will
be cancelled for those who
do not pass Accelerated
Graduation Program reevaluation upon completion
of the 4th semester. These
students will return to normal
student status. See p.141 for
details.
● A ″Certificate of Scheduled Graduation″ may be printed from automatic issue machines
located on the first floor of Building A and in the APU Library for those who complete the
above criteria (Spring semester: early April, Fall semester : early October).
● Application procedures for various certificates and information regarding certificates at the
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graduation ceremony can be found in the ″Campus Life Handbook.″
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cheduled graduation assessments will be held every semester until graduation from the
period of the assessment onwards.
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4.2.4 Release of Grades
In AY 2014, student grades will be released on the following dates. After grades are released,
students may confirm their grades via Campusmate. Grades cannot be released before these
dates and we ask that students do not contact faculty members directly regarding grades.
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Graduating Students
All Other Students
Mon. September 1, 2014
Wed. September 10, 2014
Fall Semester
Wed. March 4, 2015
Wed. March 18, 2015
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Spring Semester
Grade reports will be distributed to students who applied for them beforehand within a three
day period after grades have been announced. Please note that official transcripts (which may
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be purchased from the Automatic Issue Machine) and student grade reports may vary in
content. See below for details.
AY 2011 Curriculum Students
All grades except ″F″
Will be printed
*Grades cannot be cancelled
once received. However, course
re-registration is possible.
Will be printed
*Grades cannot be cancelled
once received. However, course
re-registration is possible.
″F″ grade
Will be printed
Will be printed
AY 2004/2006 Curriculum Students
This will also apply to students who were originally enrolled in or before AY 2010 (AY
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Grade Inquiries
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2004/2006 Curriculum) but will study under the AY 2011 Curriculum after being reinstated or
Grade
Evaluation
Official Transcript
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readmitted.
Student Grade Report
Will be printed
*Grades cannot be cancelled once
received. However, course reregistration is possible.
"F" grade
Will not be printed
Only ″F″ grades for that semester will
be printed.
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All grades
except ″F″
Will be printed
*Grades cannot be cancelled once
received. However, course reregistration is possible.
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4.2.5 Grade Inquiries
Students may, in the following cases, make inquiries regarding their grade reports within a
three-day period until 16:30 of the last day after their student grades are announced.
● A grade is not printed for a registered subject.
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● A grade is printed for a subject that the student did not register.
● O
ther reasons leading to errors in the grade report.
The Academic Office will not respond to inquiries concerning the details of an evaluation.
However, students who are able to prove that their grade is clearly incorrect may make a
formal inquiry. In such cases, the student must clearly specify their inquiry, based on the
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information given in the syllabus and grade comments. Inquiries that do not provide specific
explanations will not be accepted. Please do not contact your instructor directly.
The Grade Inquiry Form may be downloaded from the Academic Office website.
Grade Evaluation Comments may be downloaded from the Academic Office website.
Grade Inquiries
URL:
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http://www.apu.ac.jp/academic/page/content0028.html?path_info=content0028.
html&content_id=28&cat_id=13&lang=english
For other information regarding examinations and grading, please visit the Academic Office
website.
5. Seminar Subjects
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5.1 Seminars
APU offers the following seminar subjects.
Seminar Subject List
Subject Name (credits)
Spring enrollees
1
3
Fall semester: ″1st Year
Student Workshop II″ (2)
Automatic Registration
Fall enrollees
Fall Semester: ″1st Year
Student Workshop I & II″
(2 each)
Automatic Registration
APS students
″Introduction to Research
Methods″ (2)
Registered by student
Spring semester
″Major Seminar I″ (2)
Fall semester
″Major Seminar II″ (2)
7th semester
″Research Seminar″ (2)
After student application
in advance, Registered by
University
″Undergraduate Thesis″ (4)
Registered by University if
Research Seminar grade is
passing
8th semester
After student application
in advance, Registered by
University
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2
Spring semester: ″1st Year
Student Workshop I″ (2)
Application, Registration and
Completion
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Year
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Research Seminar and Undergraduate Thesis may be taken by students at the 4th year and
higher. For Accelerated Graduation Program student 3rd year and 4th year seminar courses,
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Students are only able to register seminar courses for their respective year level. However,
1st Year Seminars
● C
AP students should refer to p.55.
please refer to p.122.
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5.1.1 1st Year Seminars
APU offers even first year students the opportunity to study seminar subjects in the form of
First Year Student Workshops. These subjects are designed to prepare students for their study
at APU through a range of lectures and workshops on issues including study skills and cross-
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cultural communication. Lecture themes are as follows.
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First Year Student Workshop I
Learning Objectives
University academics differ greatly compared to the academic style employed in high schools.
Unlike the memorization-focused, passive way of learning in high school, university academics
require an independent, active, self-driven way of learning that will encourage students to
discover problems and solve them on their own. Thus First Year Student Workshop I aims at
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developing study skills and positive attitude towards learning.
Instruction Methods
One seminar class is made up of roughly 60 students. All classes are composed of a lecture
by the instructor followed by a small-size workshop. The workshop portion of the class is
facilitated by undergraduate Teaching Assistants (TAs). Instructors routinely visit the workshop
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classes and provide support and advice when necessary. The smaller workshop classes are
further divided into two groups where each group will spend the semester researching a
specific topic together. Each person in the group must submit an individual report on the topic
at the end of a semester as well as give a presentation.
Learning Objectives
Doing group work with students from many different cultural backgrounds is a daily occurrence
here at APU and also quite usual in today’s globalized society. This subject aims to foster in
first year students the basic skills and attitudes that are necessary for such intercultural
cooperation.
1st Year Seminars
Instruction Methods
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First Year Student Workshop II
Classes will fundamentally consist of lectures by instructors in conjunction with seminar
classes run by undergraduate Teaching Assistants (TAs). Large classroom lectures will be
divided by language basis (either Japanese or English), whereas the seminar part of the class
will take place in smaller classrooms where students will be divided into groups of both
Japanese-basis and English-basis students. The groups will conduct a group project
throughout the semester. For the group project, each group will plan and implement a project
that will help APU students fulfill their unfulfilled desires at APU. For the final step, each group
will give a presentation on their project at a presentation competition.
Class Structure
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Spring Semester (1st Year)
Fall Semester (1st Year)
Spring Enrollees
First Year Student Workshop I
First Year Student Workshop II
Fall Enrollees
-
First Year Student Workshop I & II
First Year Student Workshops are taken by ALL 1st year students in both APS and APM.
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Workshop classes will be announced at the time course registration begins.
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● C
lass Structure: There will be a combination of lectures and workshops.
● C
lass Registration: Classes will be designated by APU.
● L
anguage of Instruction: Japanese and English classes will be held separately for First
Year Student Workshop I. First Year Student Workshop II will consist of a mix of Englishbasis and Japanese-basis students.
● G
rade Evaluation: Students will be awarded a grade of A+, A, B, C or F.
● An instructor and several teaching assistants (TAs) will be assigned to each class.
5.1.2 2nd Year Seminars
2nd year seminars are established by each college in order to prepare students for more
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specialized study in their 3rd and 4th years.
In ″Introduction to Research Methods″ from APS, students study survey and research methods
in the area of social science, conduct basic surveys and analysis, write reports, and present
their findings.
Please refer to the syllabus for more details.
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5.1.3 3rd Year Seminars
Any students interested in advancing to graduate study or finding employment in Japan are
strongly encouraged to register for a small group 3rd year seminar. Although the contents of
each individual seminar vary greatly, the main aim of all 3rd year seminars is the same:
Deepen understanding of a specific field through case studies, journal articles and debate, and
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master the specialized knowledge and skills necessary for writing an undergraduate thesis.
Applications are accepted between May and June during the Spring Semester and between
November and December during the Fall Semester. An information session is held prior to
each application period. Please refer to p.121 for application details.
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APS ″Major Seminar I & II″
The main aim of the APS seminar is to deepen students’ academic understanding of specific
economic social issues, including the background and the structure of those issues, affecting
the Asia Pacific region through research and discussion. Students also write academic reports
on a chosen topic, which is essential training for further studies. The main fields are
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″Environment & Development,″ ″Hospitality & Tourism,″ ″International Relations & Peace
Studies″ and ″Culture, Society & Media.″ During their studies, students will further develop the
fundamental research methods they acquired during their first 2 years and deepen their
knowledge through analyzing a range of information. Some students may also take part in
surveys, interviews or fieldwork in Japan or overseas.
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APM ″Major Seminar I & II″
In the APM seminar, students study actual cases to learn about corporate behavior and the
business environment. Discussions are held during classes on topics such as accounting and
finance, marketing, strategic management and organization, and innovation and economics.
To build up their basic knowledge, students will first research a topic designated by the
instructor and then discuss that topic in class. Students later select their own individual topic to
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research.
Sub-Seminars (additional 3rd year seminar)
In general, students only take one seminar subject per semester. However, under certain
conditions, students will be allowed to attend two seminar classes per semester in order to
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● Application Criteria
Students can apply for seminars in the other College as sub-seminars. Credits earned from
seminars offered by the other College will be counted as General Electives.
● B
oth instructors of the main seminar subject and sub-seminar subject must authorize the
student to take two seminars. (Only if there is space in the sub-seminar class.)
● If it becomes apparent that a student’s main seminar class timetable overlaps with their
sub-seminar class timetable after application, the sub-seminar subject will be automatically
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deleted.
● S
tudents who fail to apply for a main seminar subject will not be permitted to apply for a
sub-seminar (Applications for sub-seminar only are not permitted.)
● Grade Evaluation
Regular grading (A+, A, B, C, or F)
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5.1.4 4th Year Seminars
4th year seminars form the culmination of students’ four years of study at APU. This highly
specialized subject allows students to select a topic of interest and conduct focused research
over a one-year period.
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Students take Research Seminar (2 credits) in the first half of their 4th year. Students who
successfully pass this subject are then able to take Undergraduate Thesis (4 credits) the
following semester. Only students who pass Research Seminar are able to register
Undergraduate Thesis. Interested students must apply to take Research Seminar during the
latter half of their 3rd year of studies.
● Grade Evaluation
Seminar Subjects
5.1.5 3rd and 4th Year Seminar Applications and Credit
4th Year Seminars
Undergraduate Thesis: Regular grading (A+, A, B, C, or F)
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Research Seminar: Pass (P) / Fail (F)
Application Period and Registration
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● S
tudents must apply for a 3rd year or 4th year seminar the semester immediately
preceding the semester they intend to take the seminar subject. Students are unable to
cancel their enrollment after their application has been approved.
● S
tudents may only apply to take a seminar in their own college of enrollment for their 1st or
″Main Seminar.″ Only when registering for a 2nd, or ″Sub Seminar,″ may a subject from
another college be registered.
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● 3
rd year seminar courses (Major Seminar I & II, 2 credits each) are held each semester.
Once accepted to a seminar course, the same instructor’s course will be automatically
registered each following semester as long as a student does not participate in a study
abroad program or take a leave of absence. See p.120 for details on cancelling or
changing a seminar.
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● P
lease note that sub-seminars must be applied for each semester, and are not
automatically registered.
● F
ourth year seminars are held over a one-year period. Both Research Seminar (2 credits)
and Undergraduate Thesis (4 credits) will be held by the same instructor.
● S
tudents are able to take 4th year seminars from their 4th year of study. Ordinarily,
students register for these in their 7th and 8th semesters, however, students may elect to
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take their seminar during their 8th and 9th semesters. Please visit the Academic Office for
further advice.
3rd and 4th Year Seminar Application Process
3rd Year
4th Semester
▲
Continue
(automatic registration)
▲
Major Seminar Ⅰ or ⅠⅠ
Continue (automatic registration)
▲
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6th Semester
▲
△
New Application
5th Semester
Leave
Major Seminar Ⅰ or ⅠⅠ
2 credits
2 credits
New Application
△
▲
Leave
4th Year
6th Semester
Research Seminar
Pass (automatic registration)
2 credits
Undergraduate Thesis
4 credits
▲
△
New Application
▲
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8th Semester
▲
▲
Continue
(automatic registration)
7th Semester
Fail (unable to register)
● ‌Accelerated Graduation Program students and students on exchange (or who have just
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Seminar Applications
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finished an Exchange Program) will take 3rd and 4th-year seminars at different times than
regular students. Please refer to page 122 for details.
3rd and 4th Year Seminar Credit Field
● Subject Field
3rd and 4th Year Seminar courses are graded each semester. Credits completed from 3rd and
4th year seminar courses taken from one's enrolled college will count toward the Major
Education Subject field. Sub-seminar courses taken from another college will count toward the
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General Elective field.
● Credits for subjects held in both English and Japanese (E/J) Subjects
Japanese-basis domestic students must complete at least 20 credits of subjects held in
English (excluding Language Education Subjects), but seminar subjects held in both English
and Japanese (E/J) will not be counted towards this total.
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● Area of Study on Diplomas
(for AY 2011 Curriculum students in the College of International Management only)
AY 2011 Curriculum students in the College of International Management who complete at
least 30 credits of a specific Area of Study, Core Subjects and Seminar Subjects will have their
Course name listed on their diplomas. Please note that students need to apply fo the Area of
Sutdy they wish to complete via Campusmate in order to have the name of their Area of Study
noted on their diploma. Credits earned for all APM 3rd and 4th-year seminars will count toward
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Main Seminar Application
● Eligibility
● S
tudents not currently taking a seminar
● S
tudents currently taking a seminar, but wishing to change to a different instructor for the
next semester
● S
tudents currently studying abroad who will be resuming studies at APU next semester
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● S
tudents currently taking a leave of absence who will be resuming studies at APU next
semester
●Application Method
Newly applying students should review the details of the course syllabus, consult individually
with their desired seminar instructor, then submit an application via Blackboard. Application
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instructions are available on the Academic Office website. A guidance session will be held
each semester before the seminar registration period begins.
●Registering Seminar Subjects held in English by Japanese-basis Students
(for AY 2011 Curriculum students only)
AY 2011 Curriculum Japanese-basis students on the Standard Track are required to complete
"Intermediate English A/B" in order to apply for a 3rd and 4th-year seminar subjects offered in
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English. Students taking seminars held in both English and Japanese and students changing
to the AY 2011 Curriculum due to reinstatement or readmission are not subject to this
requirement.
Students Currently Studying Abroad or on Leave of Absence
Students who Plan to Participate in an Exchange Program
Student who have applied for a student exchange program but have not been accepted to an
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before return to APU.
3rd & 4th Year
Seminar Applications
submitted through Blackboard during the application period of the semester immediately
should contact their desired seminar instructor via e-mail for consultation. Applications must be
■
In order to apply for a seminar while studying abroad or on a leave of absence, students
exchange program by the seminar application deadline must submit a seminar application
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within the seminar application period if they wish to take a seminar subject in the upcoming
semester. Students who have received notice of their acceptance should notify the Academic
Office as soon as possible in order to cancel their seminar subject registration. Students who
have already been accepted to an exchange program cannot register for 3rd-year seminars.
Students who Plan to Applying for Transfer Colleges within the University
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Students who are planning on applying to transfer colleges within APU should consult with
the Academic Office during the new student application period as it is possible for students
to apply for a seminar offered by the college that they are applying to transfer to. Please note
that enrollment in seminars in the post-transfer College is only possible once their transfers
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have been approved and procedures completed*.
* Students whose college transfer application has been approved must submit a ″Seminar
Cancellation Application″ to the Academic Office upon notification of college transfer results.
Cancelling or Changing a Seminar
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After applying for and being accepted to a seminar, that instructor’s seminars through
″Undergraduate Thesis″ will be automatically registered each semester. In the case a seminar
is cancelled due to a study abroad or leave of absence, it will not be automatically registered
(with the exception of Undergraduate Thesis). If you do not wish to continue your currently
enrolled seminar, you may submit a form to cancel this automatic registration during the
seminar cancellation application period. Similarly, if you would like to change to a different
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instructor’s seminar, you may do so by submitting a new seminar application during the same
period.
Application Results
Each instructor will accept applicants based on their essay and interview. Application results
will be announced on the Academic Office website. Once a seminar has been registered it
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cannot be cancelled during that semester.
Sub Seminar Application (3rd year seminar subjects only)
● Eligibility
3rd & 4th Year
Seminar Applications
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Students who are eligible to take the course (main seminar) for which they originally registered
● Application Method
Download the application form from the Academic Office website, receive the signatures of
both their main seminar and sub seminar instructor on the form, then submit it to the Academic
Office. Full details are available on the Academic Office website.
Note:
The course timetable for a semester is released before the course registration period for that
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semester begins. If, at the time the timetable is released, two of a student’s seminar courses
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3rd and 4th Year Seminar Application Schedule
Spring Semester Courses
Wed, November. 5
New application and cancellation
period
Wed. June 4 Wed. June 11 at 16:30
Wed. November 26 Wed. December 3 at 16:30
New application results released
Wed. July 16 at 15:00
Wed. January 21, 2015
at 15:00
Sub-seminar application period
(3rd year students only)
Thu. July 17 Wed. July 23 at 16:30
Thu. January 22, 2015 Wed. January 28 at 16:30
Sub-seminar application results
(3rd year students only)
Wed. July 30 at 15:00
Wed. February 4, 2015
at 15:00
Seminar classes begin
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2015 Spring Semester
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Seminar details released and
guidance session held
● The schedule is subject to change. Please check the Academic Office website regularly for
updates.
● O
nce a student has been accepted to a seminar, the University will carry out course
registration for the class. Please confirm the registration of your seminar course before the
end of Course Registration Period B.
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3rd & 4th Year Seminar for Accelerated Graduation Program and Exchange Students
Accelerated Graduation Program students and students on exchange (or who have just
finished an exchange program) should refer to the following chart for information on registering
3rd and 4th year seminars. Application procedures for returning exchange program students
will also be discussed at the pre-departure exchange program guidance session.
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Period
Course Registration
Accelerated
Graduation
Program
Students
6th Semester
Graduation
Registration of Major
Seminar, Research
Seminar and
Undergraduate Thesis
in 6th Semester (Total 8
credits)
7th Semester
Graduation
Registration of
Research Seminar and
Undergraduate Thesis
in 7th Semester (Total 6
credits)
Study Abroad in
the 5th and 6th
Semesters
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Students
Seminars
Study Abroad in
the 6th and 7th
Semesters
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Application Period
Applications will be accepted
during the regular application
period. For students who do
not obtain credits for Research
Seminar or Undergraduate
Thesis in their 6th or 7th
semester, the University will
register these subjects again
the following semester
Cannot register for Major
Seminar I or II during the
period abroad.
Students returning from an
exchange program who wish
to take a seminar course from
their 7th semester should
complete an application during
the 6th semester
Registration of
Research Seminar and
Undergraduate Thesis
in 8th semester (Total 6
credits)
Only in the case a student
has received permission
from the instructor may they
submit an application in the
7th semester. In this case,
the instructor will carry out
distance supervision via
e-mail during 7th semester
IMPORTANT
Accelerated Graduation Program students will take 3rd and 4th-year seminars at different
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5.2 AY 2014 Undergraduate Thesis Schedule and Details
More details will be made available at the start of each semester on the Academic Office
website.
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Thesis Submission
● Submission Deadline
● S
tudents graduating at the end of Spring Semester: Fri. June 13 at 16:30
● S
tudents graduating at the end of Fall Semester: Fri. December 12 at 16:30
Late submissions will not be accepted under any circumstances; this includes late
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submissions due to traffic delays or technical problems such as computer or printer failures.
● Submit to
Theses are to be submitted to the Academic Office. Theses submitted to other offices or by
post etc. will not be accepted.
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● Storage of Theses
Theses will be stored at the Academic Office after submission. No materials will be returned to
students. Please ensure you have made copies of your thesis before submission.
● Printing Method
Typed using word processing software
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● Inner Coversheet
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A4 one-sided; portrait orientation, horizontal writing
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● Paper size
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Designated coversheet form available at the Academic Office. List thesis title, college of
enrollment, ID Number, student's name and instructor’s name. Samples are available at the
Academic Office.
● Folder/Cover
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● APS: pink paper file
● APM: blue paper file
Thesis title, ID number, student's name and instructor's name must be written on the spine and
cover of the paper file. The inner coversheet must be attached to the thesis, stapled in three
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places on the left-hand side, hole-punched and bound in the specified folder.
In the case of group work, each individual is to fill out a coversheet and attach it to one thesis.
Additionally, all names and student ID numbers should be written on the paper file cover.
Carefully follow the "Instructions" on the coversheet mentioned above.
● Binding method
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Theses are to be bound on the left-hand side
Thesis Format
Thesis Written in Japanese
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Any directions given by instructors are to take precedent. If no specific instructions are given,
the format below is to be followed.
● No. of Characters
● N
o. of characters per line: follow instructor’s directions
● No. of Pages
● APS: Equivalent of 80 to 100 pages of 400-character pages (main text only)
● APM: Equivalent of 50 to 100 pages of 400-character pages (including main text and
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Thesis Schedule and Details
footnotes)
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● N
o. of lines per page: follow instructor’s directions
Any tables or reference material is to be included in the above page counts
● Page Numbering
Page numbers must be given (following any specific directions given by instructors).
● Font
Font is to be between 10.5 and 12 point
● Table of contents
Table of contents on page following coversheet, listing the titles of each chapter and section
and page numbers for each.
● Writing style
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The "da" or "de aru" style is to be used.
● Editorial style
Theses are to follow the APA style (editorial style adopted by the American Psychological
Association and used widely in psychology and the social sciences). Details of this style are
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given below.
● H
eadings and Sub-headings: The main text body is to be divided into chapters each
numbered (1, 2, 3…). Chapters may be divided further into sections, which are also to be
numbered (1.1, 1.2, 1.3…). Headings and sub-headings should be in bold.
● E
xplanatory Notes: Explanatory notes in the main body of the text often impair the logical
flow of the text. Therefore, endnotes are used in such circumstances. Endnotes are to be
given as follows.
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○N
umbers are to be given at the point in the text the endnote refers to.
○ " Chu" (Explanatory Notes) are to be written at the end of the main text body in bold and
the explanatory notes written from the following line.
○ The endnote numbers are to correspond with the numbers given in the main text body.
○ " Chu" and the endnotes are to be a smaller font size than the main text.
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● C
itations: Citations are used to reinforce the contents of an author's thesis or to build on
the previously conducted research etc. Refer to p.127 for further information regarding
citation methods.
● List of References and Bibliography: A List of References contains details only of those
works cited in the text. A Bibliography shows both cited works and sources that are not
cited but are relevant to the subject. Either a List of References or a Bibliography must be
given.
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○B
ibliography (or List of References) is to be written in bold, beginning two lines below the
explanatory notes.
○R
eferences are to be listed in Japanese phonetic order according to author. Order to
follow is:
Author (Publication Date)「Article Title」
「Title of Publication」Publisher.
○R
eferences are to be written in the same sized font as explanatory notes.
http://kyodo.co.jp/kyodonews/2002/revenge
Thesis Written in English
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TAGUCHI Hiroko (20, October 2002)「Thoughts on Gachimaya」
「Okinawa Times」(online)
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access date):
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lectronic media references are to be documented as follows (given the posting date or
Any directions given by instructors are to take precedent. If no specific instructions are given,
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the below format is to be followed.
● No. of Words
● N
o. of words per line: follow instructor's directions
● N
o. of lines per page: follow instructor's directions
Other Information and Programs
● No. of Pages
● APS: Equivalent of 12,000 to 15,000 words (main text only)
● APM: Equivalent of 7,000 to 15,000 words (including main text and footnotes)
Any tables or reference materials are to be included in the above page counts
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● Page Numbering
Page numbers must be given (following any specific directions given by instructors).
● Font
Font is to be between 10.5 and 12 point
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● Table of contents
Table of contents on the page following the coversheet, listing the titles of each chapter and
section and page numbers for each.
● Editorial Style
Theses are to follow the APA style (editorial style adopted by the American Psychological
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Association and used widely in psychology and the social sciences). Details of this style are
given below.
● H
eadings and Sub-headings: The main text body is to be divided into chapters each
numbered (1, 2, 3…). Chapters may be divided further into sections, which are also to be
numbered (1.1, 1.2, 1.3…). Headings and sub-headings should be in bold.
flow of the text. Therefore, endnotes are used in such circumstances. Endnotes are to be
given as follows.
○N
umbers are to be given at the point in the text to which the endnote refers.
○ " Explanatory Notes" are to be written at the end of the main text body in bold and the
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explanatory notes written from the following line.
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● E
xplanatory Notes: Explanatory notes in the main body of the text often impair the logical
○ The endnote numbers are to correspond with the numbers given in the main text body.
○ The "Endnotes" title and the endnotes are to be a smaller font size than the main text.
● C
itations: Citations are used to reinforce the contents of an author's thesis or to build on
the previously conducted research etc. Refer to p.127 for further information regarding
citation methods.
● L
ist of References and Bibliography: A List of References gives details only of those
works cited in the text. A Bibliography shows both cited works and sources that are not
cited but are relevant to the subject. Either a List of References or a Bibliography must be
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○B
ibliography (or List of References) is to be written in bold, beginning two lines below the
explanatory notes.
○ Author's name is to be written Surname, followed by comma, followed by the initial of the
author's first name.
○R
eferences are to be listed in alphabetical order according to author. Order to follow is:
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Author (Publication Date) Article Title, Title of Publication, Location Published, Publisher
○ Titles of articles written in English are to be written normally, and the title of the
publication the article appeared in written in italics.
○R
eferences are to be written in the same sized font as explanatory notes.
○E
lectronic media references are to be given as follows (given the posting date or access
date):
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J ohnson, M. (1999 March 3) Music Education for Preschoolers. Modern Education [Online
serial], 4.1 http://www.liasu.edu/modpsy/palfrey4(1).htm
Citation Methods
● Short Citations
Citations of four lines or less are to be kept in the main body of the text.
●Quotation marks for English,
or「 」for Japanese, are used to
enclose the direct quotation.
Japanese report:
いずれにせよ、
「香港はバイリンガル社
会であり、広東語と英語が実際上のリ
ングア・フランカである」
(陳、1979、
p.20)というふうに英語と広東語の実
生活上の役割を安易に同視することは
香港の実情を正しく伝えることにはな
らない。
English report:
Morrison (1993) defines flyleaf as
"a blank leaf at the beginning or
end of a book" (p.32).
Japanese report:
Japanese report:
●Page number is shown in
parentheses ( ) directly after the
citation.
●Quotation marks are not used.
●Publication date is shown in
parentheses ( ) directly after the
author's name.
●Page number is shown in
parentheses ( ) directly after the
cited section.
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中嶋(1987)によれば、香港の工業は対
外依存性がきわめて高く、生産に対す
る輸出の割合は80~85%にものぼる
と言われる(p.220)。
●Year of publication is shown in
parentheses ( ) directly after the
author's name.
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English report:
Churchill (1987) compares the
history of printing to the history of
France (see p.47).
●Quotation marks for English,
or「 」for Japanese, are used to
enclose the direct quotation.
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Endacott(1983)は「イギリスの大学
におけると同様の教育を中国人に施す
こと」
(p.283)が香港大学設立の趣旨
であったとしている。
●Author's name, year of publication,
and page number are shown in
parentheses ( ) directly after the
citation.
■
Paraphrasing a
source, referring
directly to the
author.
English report:
Just as "England was intoxicated
by a surge of political energy in
the mid-1770s" (Smith, 1979,
p.88), Australia is currently gripped
by an interest in politics.
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Citation in the main
body of a text
referring directly to
the author.
Notes
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Citation in the main
body of a text
without referring
directly to the
author.
Example
Curriculum
Case
● Long Citations
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Citations of five lines or more are to be shown in a separate paragraph.
● C
itation to be given on a new line (one line below the main text).
● Q
uotation marks are not used.
● This type of citation is to be used no more than twice in one thesis.
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(Student Exchange-Overseas & Domestic,
Study Abroad Programs)
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6.1 Active Learning
APU education stresses the elements of knowledge, experience and exchange. Classroom
lectures are useful for acquiring knowledge; however, it is also necessary to provide students
with off-campus opportunities to gain experience and participate in exchange activities.
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Moving away from the standard system of teaching and learning based solely on classroom
lectures, APU designs programs to focus on experience and practical learning. This is called
Active Learning. APU offers a range of programs from domestic and international fieldwork to
internships. The University also makes use of its vast global networks to provide a wide variety
of regional and international cooperative programs. We strongly urge all students to take
advantage of at least one Active Learning Program as part of their four year course of study.
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Please refer to the Academic Office website for the latest information.
URL:http://www.apu.ac.jp/academic/page/content0209.html
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6.1.1 List of Active Learning Programs (Short-term Programs)
Introductory Study Program
FIRST
(Overseas)
Curriculum
Program Aims and
Features
FIRST
(Domestic)
Language Study Program
English
Immersion
AP Language
Immersion
● Intercultural
‌
experience/
understanding
● Exchange
‌
with
people from a
different country
● Understanding
‌
● Intensive
‌
Language Learning Overseas
Japanese culture
● Intercultural
‌
experience and understanding
application
● Practical
‌
of Japanese skills
with local
● Exchange
‌
Japanese people in a
non-campus setting
1st year students
1st year students
● Domestic Students
● Japanese-basis
‌
international
students or
international
students who have
completed
Intermediate/
Advanced
Japanese
International Students Language requirements vary according to
program.
1st - 7th semester students
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Eligible
Participants
Examinations and Grading
Application
Requirements
Spring Semester
Semester and
(4 days)
Duration of Study
Application
Period
April
-
April
FA
-
October
October
Subject (Field)
Number of Credits
Course
Registration
Grades
Korea
Kyushu Area, Japan
Past programs: USA, Past programs: Korea,
Australia, NZ, etc.
China,Vietnam, Indonesia,
Thailand, Mexico, etc.
FIRST Program
FIRST Program
Intensive Language Learning Overseas
(Common Liberal Arts (Common Liberal Arts (Language Education Subject)
Subject) 2 credits
Subject) 2 credits
2 or 4 credits
The University will register the course for The University will register the course for
successful applicants.
successful applicants.
P (Pass) / F (Fail)
2014 Spring semester 2014 Fall semester
Regular grading (A+, A, B, C or F)
2014 Summer Programs : 2014 Spring semester
2014 Winter Programs : 2014 Fall semester
Semester Credit is
Awarded
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(Short-term Programs)
Summer/Winter Session
(3 - 5 weeks)
SP
Study Site
(Country/Area)
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Fall Semester
(4 days)
Inclusion in Credit
Registration Limit
Estimated Cost
(Yen)
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70,000 - 80,000
Not included
30,000 - 40,000
Not included
300,000 - 600,000
(depending on the
program)
180,000 - 450,000
(depending on the
program)
Field Study
(Session based)
Applied Training
Internship
Global Collaborative University Education (GLUE)
Global Communication
South East Asian
Program (GCP)
Studies Program (SEAS)
● Practical,
‌
specialized ● Practical,
‌
specialized ● Work
‌
experience
● Communication
‌
study
study
● Career
‌
development Skills
● On-site
‌
research
● Research
‌
and
● Intercultural
‌
activities
analysis
understanding
● Seminar-linked
‌
practical learning
● Field
‌
work &
research
● Collabrative
‌
studies
at other universities
● Interconnection
‌
of
subjects
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2nd - 3rd year students
Credits are only
● Japanese‌
conferred for contract
basis students,
internship operated
English standard
with companies
Track (Domestic,
and organizations
International)
that have signed
● Student
‌
must have
Memoranda of
taken all of English
Understanding with
subjects
APU.
Summer/Winter
Sessions (several
days – 4 weeks)
Summer/Winter
Sessions (several
days – 8 weeks)
Selected from GCP
participants
Examinations and Grading
must be
● Students
‌
● Each
‌
program has
its own requirements enrolled in the program
supervisor’s seminar
● If
‌ a program is
and must intend to
held in English,
continue studying
Japanese-basis
under the same
students on the AY
supervisor in the next
2011 Curriculum
semester.
(Standard Track)
● ‌Applicants must not
be registered for
must complete
Intermediate English the "Undergraduate
Thesis" subject at the
A and B.
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● ‌AY 2006 Curricu‌ semester
3rd semester students ● 5th
students and
lum: 4th semester
and above (excluding
above (excluding
students and above
students in their final
students in their final ● ‌AY 2011 Curricusemester)
semester)
lum: 2nd semester
students and above
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Theme-based Major Study Program
time of application.
Summer/Winter
Sessions (several
days – 3 weeks)
April
October
Around June
November - December
Spring semester 2nd
quarter (2 months)
October
(Summer Program in 2015)
Past programs: Japan,
Thailand, etc.
Field Study Subject/Field
Study Subject (CAP)
(differs depending on the
program) 2 or 4 credits
Internship (2006
● Special
‌
Lecture
Curriculum: Major
(Common Liberal Arts
Education Subject / 2011 Subject) 2 credits 4
Curriculum: Common
courses
‌
Activities 2
Education Subject) 2 or ● Volunteer
credits, 1 course total
4 credits * Maximum 8
10 credits
credits while enrolled
10,000 - 300,000
30,000 - 100,000
Pass (P) / Fail (F)
2014 Summer
Programs: 2014 Fall
semester
2014 Winter
Programs: 2015
Spring semester
Regular grading (A+, A, B, C or F)
2015 Summer Programs : 2015 Spring
Semester
Included
Other Information and Programs
Not Included
Course registration by the University
Included
min. 350,000
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2014 Summer Programs : 2014 Spring semester
2014 Winter Programs : 2014 Fall semester
Special Lecture
(Common Liberal Arts
Subject) 2 credits 2
courses
total 4 credits
List of Active Learning Programs
(Short-term Programs)
Regular grading (A+, A, B, C or F)
Thailand, Malaysia
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U.S.A. (Texas)
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Past programs: Thailand, Past programs: Japan,
USA, China, Korea,
China, Korea, etc.
Japan, etc.
Applied Training subject
(own college: Major
Education subjects,
Other college: General
Elective) 2 or 4 credits
Summer session
(2.5 weeks)
min. 500,000
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6.2 Long-term Programs
Long-term study abroad programs available to APU students include Student Exchange
(Domestic and International), Dual Degree Programs and Independent Study Abroad. Please
review the descriptions of each option, and attend the scheduled guidance sessions for more
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information.
6.2.1 International Exchange Programs
The following guidelines apply to programs based on Student Exchange Agreements signed
with partner universities (host institutions). The primary aim of these programs is to enable
participants to take courses in their area of specialization at a different university, giving them
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maximum opportunity to broaden their knowledge. The programs should be seen as an
opportunity to further develop study skills and research abilities acquired to date, not merely to
improve language ability.
This section provides a general explanation of the systems and procedures for international
exchange programs. For more information, please refer to the program pages located under
Examinations and Grading
the Student Exchange menu on the Academic Office website.
URL : http://www.apu.ac.jp/academic/page/content0105.html
Student Status, Tuition Fees and Credit Transfer when studying Abroad
Student Exchange
or Dual Degree
Program
Long –term Programs
(International Exchange Programs)
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Independent Study
Abroad
Overseas Study during
a Leave of Absence
Study Abroad
Study Abroad
Leave of Absence
Tuition
Tuition A and B
Screening/administration fee:
JPY 15,000 + APU
Tuition A and B + tuition
matriculation fee: JPY 5,000
of host institution
per semester + tuition of host
institution
Credit
Transfer
Possible
Possible
Not
Possible
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Eligibility and Requirements for Student Exchange Programs
Program Aims and
Practical, Specialized Study / On-site research activities
Features
Eligible Participants 4th – 7th semester students
Program Length
Current year
In the latter half of their first year (2nd semester) to the
beginning semester of the 3rd year (5th semester)
GPA
Semester GPA of at least 2.00
*‌Cumulative GPA requirements differ depending on the
host university
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Language requirements differ depending on the country
and host university.
A) ‌Those who plan to take the majority of their classes
in English: Applicants are asked to submit a TOEFL®
score of 500-600
B) ‌Those who plan to take the majority of their classes
Language
in one of the AP languages: Applicants must be
Proficiency
proficient to the level that they are able to take
Requirement
curricular courses in that language.
*‌Note that applicants who are planning on taking
the majority of their classes in English at their host
university must submit a language proficiency test
score (TOEFL® ITP, iBT, etc.) when applying to APU.
Additionally, applicants who plan to take the majority of
their classes in an AP Language may also be required
to submit a language proficiency test score to APU.
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Eligibility
Requirements
1 semester or 1 year (2 semesters) * 2 semesters may overlap in year
status ( i.e.: 4th semester to 5th semester)
Examinations and Grading
Recruitment will be held a year before the actual program begins.
Application Period Mid April to Mid June for spring semester departure programs
Mid October to Mid November for fall semester departure programs
Overseas universities with which APU has signed a Student Exchange
Agreement; North & South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and Africa
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Host Universities
Program Departures Departure date varies depending on the host universities
Course Content
Classes offered at the undergraduate level
Course Registration Student will register courses at host university
Credits will be transferred after students submit a Request for Approval
of Transferred Credits, academic transcripts from the host institution
and other required documents to be screened by the Division of
Academic Affairs
Accommodation
University dormitory or apartment
Other Information and Programs
APU Tuition A and B, Dormitory fees, meals, living expenses,
Primary Expenses textbooks, visa application fees, round-trip transportation, overseas
travel accident insurance, J-TAS fees, miscellaneous expenses
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Timing of Credit
Transfer
Long –term Programs
(International Exchange Programs)
T (Transfer)
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Grades
* Universities for which exchange students will be recruited will be chosen based on the
balance of incoming and outgoing exchange students as well as consideration of the academic
calendar of each university. Time and period of exchange, as well as number of students
accepted may also vary based on these factors.
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Screening Process
Application Document Review (Initial Screening), Interview (Secondary Screening)
Schedule (tentative)
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Timing
Description
After Notification of
Acceptance at APU
APU nominates accepted students to their host institution
Approx. 4 months before
departure
Application forms submitted to host institution
Approx. 3 months before
departure
Letter of acceptance received from host institution; apply to
enter dormitory, insurance, etc.
Approx. 2 months before
departure
Visa application and preparations for departure
Credit Transfer after Study Abroad
● The maximum number of credits a student is able to transfer back to APU, including all
credit transfers during their time at the University, is 60 credits.
Examinations and Grading
● It is not possible to transfer credits from subjects with no relation to those offered at APU,
i.e. sports, art, etc. Accepted students will be asked to submit documentation, regarding
their intended course of study to the Academic Office.
● O
n application, only credits you wish to transfer from subjects studied at the host university
will be screened and evaluated.
● It
‌ will not be possible to repeat the same subject at APU when the credit from the host
institution has been approved and transferred for that subject.
student’s grade report.
Long-term Programs
(International Exchange Programs)
● S
tudents must apply for credit transfer within one month of their return.
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● " T" (transfer) will be shown for all transferred subjects in the evaluation section of the
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6.2.2 Domestic Exchange Programs
Ritsumeikan University - Akita International University Semester Exchange Program
Host Universities and Colleges
Curriculum
● Ritsumeikan University Kinugasa Campus (KIC: Kyoto city, Kyoto)
Ritsumeikan University College of Law, College of Social Sciences, College of International
Relations, College of Policy Science, College of Letters
● Ritsumeikan University Biwako-Kusatsu Campus (BKC: Kusatsu city, Shiga)
College of Economics, College of Business Administration, College of Science & Engineering,
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College of Sports & Health Sciences
● Applicants to the College of Science & Engineering will be screened individually to
determine if they have the academic ability necessary to take courses in this specialization.
● Akita International University (AIU: Akita city, Akita)
College of International Liberal Arts
Examinations and Grading
Number of Students
● R
itsumeikan University: Up to 30 students per year
● Akita International University: Up to 5 students per year
Note: Students are not permitted to participate on this program in the semester that they are
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scheduled to graduate (including Accelerated Graduation Program students). Also 3rd year
transfer students are not eligible to apply. Students who transferred into the 2nd year can
apply from their 4th semester.
Scholarships (for International Students)
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Students on scholarship should inquire at the Student Office for more information.
Long-term Programs
(Domestic Exchange Programs)
exchange. (Students on exchange will have their status as "study abroad".)
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APU students currently on reduced tuition will continue to receive their reductions while on
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Ritsumeikan University Summer Session Exchange Program
Under this program students can attend and receive credit for Ritsumeikan University Summer
Session week-long intensive courses held in the beginning of September. Details will be
announced on the Academic Office website in mid-May 2014.
* Selection Method: Participants are selected at random in accordance with the capacities
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stipulated for each subject.
APU plans to undertake a comprehensive review of the total number of credits which can be
registered in the Ritsumeikan University Summer Session Exchange Program and credit
transfer programs with Oita University and the Open University of Japan. Changes will be
announced via Campus Terminal by the end of AY 2014. Please check Campus Terminal
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to confirm the details.
Akita International University Winter Exchange Program
Under this program students can attend and receive credits for Akita International University
Winter Program subjects – intensive courses held in January to March. Details will be
announced in mid-April 2014 along with results for the exchange program.
* Selection Method: Participants are selected according to the results of a document screening
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and an interview conducted together with screenings for the AIU exchange program (Fall
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(Domestic Exchange Programs)
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6.2.3 Dual Degree Program
In the dual degree program, students receive two degrees after completing two years of study
at APU and another two years at the host institution, a total of four years. The following table
shows the outline of the dual degree programs. Please note that degree requirements,
application eligibilities, number of participants, and other conditions vary depending on the
Period of
study at host
institution
Approximately 2 years (4 semesters)
August – October
Screening
Process
Application documents and Interview
Student status while at host institution will be "Study Abroad." Time spent
abroad will count towards the period of enrollment so that students may
graduate in a minimum of 4 years.
● ‌APU
tuition A and B (the tuition of the host institution will be waived)
fees (or fees for other types of housing), meals, living
expenses, textbook fees, application fees, round-trip transportation,
overseas travel insurance, and miscellaneous expenses.
● ‌Dormitory
Examinations and Grading
Primary
Expenses
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Application
period
Student Status
Curriculum
host institutions. Detailed information will be available at the program guidance sessions.
Host institutions
The following is the list of host universities. The list is tentative and is subject to change
every year.
● S
t Edward’s University (USA)
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● K
yung Hee University (Korea)
● S
alzburg University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
The number of participants will be decided each year based on the balance of incoming
and outgoing students with each host university and other factors.
● TOEFL-ITP 550 or above (TOEFL®/iBT and IELTS requirement will be informed in the
application information handouts)
● 1
st year students who enrolled at APU in Spring 2014 (except for some host institutions)
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● A cumulative GPA of 2.8 or above
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Applicants must meet the following criteria.
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6.2.4 Independently Arranged Study Abroad
"Independent Study Abroad" does not refer to a Student Exchange Program with a university
that APU has signed a "Student Exchange Agreement" with, but instead refers to a system
where the student applies on his/her own and is accepted on a study abroad program at a
university of the student’s choice after an evaluation by APU. The student’s status will be
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considered as "study abroad" while they are overseas. In order to obtain this "study abroad"
status at APU for this type of program, you must fulfill the following three requirements.
● The classes that you will be attending overseas must be accredited undergraduate classes
(the duration must be six months or more).
● The course of study at the host university must be deemed academically beneficial to the
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student.
● APU and the host university must agree on the student’s study abroad program.
Period
1 semester or 1 year (2 semesters)*Two semesters may overlap in year
status (i.e.: 4th semester to 5th semester)
Independently Arranged Study Abroad
Eligibility
Requirement
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*Student should confirm the host university’s application requirements on
their own.
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Current Year
Student must be in their 2nd semester - 5th semester
GPA
Semester GPA of 2.50 or above
Language
Proficiency
● ‌Applicants who will be taking the majority of their
classes in English: An applicant must have a TOEFL®
score of 500 or higher (iBT score is also acceptable).
Students must submit a copy of a valid score sheet.
● ‌Applicants who will be taking the majority of their
classes in a language other than English: Proficiency
in the language that the classes are taught in of a level
that the student is able to take curricular courses in that
language without any difficulty.
● ‌It is highly preferred that the applicant has acquired
all of the credits for language courses necessary for
graduation before the start of their "Independent Study
Abroad" program.
● An interview may be necessary.
No. of Credits
16 credits per semester
Duration of
Study
In principle, within a two-semester period. Students
should not go abroad with the intent of graduating from
the host institution. The period that participation will be
possible is within the 4th to the 7th semesters. Students
are not able to participate in study abroad in their last
(8th) semester.
The student must pay tuition fees to both the host institution and APU.
The treatment of the student’s status as well as the credit transfer process
is entirely the same as for APU’s Student Exchange Programs (overseas
programs). However, all of the expenses must be borne entirely by the
student.
Study at APU
Student Status
Student status will be ″Study Abroad″ and the time abroad will count as course time so that it is
possible to graduate in four years. However, this only applies to students who will be taking
accredited undergraduate courses and does not apply to students going abroad for
supplementary language training and other such courses.
Curriculum
Study Abroad Procedures
The student will select the university and is responsible for all registration procedures and
preparations.
APU Procedures
Course Registration
1. The student should first prepare relevant materials (i.e. documents that provide an outline of
the university as well as those detailing the contents of the courses, a copy of the
university’s website, etc.) concerning the overseas university that he/she wishes to attend.
The student should bring these documents to the Academic Office and consult with the
office staff approximately 5 months prior to the application deadline of the host institution.
2. After APU has confirmed the course content, the student must fill out and submit a "Study
Abroad Request" form to the Academic Office 4 months before the application deadline of
Examinations and Grading
the host institution. The Academic Office will then make a decision on whether or not to
grant the request.
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7. Other Information
and Programs
Study at APU
7.1 Accelerated Graduation Program
The Accelerated Graduation Program has been devised to encourage the academic efforts of
outstanding students who wish to graduate in three years or three and one half years. Those
accepted to the program are allowed to register extra credits and higher level subjects each
semester (with the exception of certain subjects). Students must understand the specific
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program criteria, such as the credit requirements and grades. Those who aim for accelerated
graduation must have clear plans for the future and be ready to make continuous efforts to
achieve their goals.
Transfer from a non-4 year University or 3rd year transfer students will be ineligible to register
for the Accelerated Graduation Program.
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Application and Registration
Application Period
● When moving to 2nd year : Apply during the 2nd semester
● When moving to 3rd year : Apply during the 4th semester
Examinations and Grading
Eligibility
●Application prior to the start of the 2nd year ( During the 2nd semester)
Applicants must have completed 32 credits by the end of the 2nd semester and have a
cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher.
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Students who apply during their 2nd semester and registered for the Accelerated Graduation
Program from their 3rd semester will be assessed at the end of the 4th semester. Students will
have their registration revoked if they do not meet the necessary conditions.
The assessment criteria are as follows:
● Completion of 74 credits or more, and a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher
● Completion
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of all of the mandatory Language Education Subject credits by the end of the
4th semester
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●Application prior to the start of the 3rd year ( During the 4th semester)
Applicants must have completed 64 credits by the end of the 4th semester, and have a
cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher. In addition, applicants must have completed all required
language courses by the end of the 4th semester.
be announced on the same day as semester grade results are released.
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documents will be registered for the Accelerated Graduation Program. Screening results will
Accelerated Graduation
Program
application. Students who are found to be eligible after the initial screening of the application
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The University is not able to assess whether applicants are eligible or not at the time of
Study at APU
Application Materials
● Application for APU Accelerated Program (university form)
● E
ssay for Accelerated Program (university form)
Schedule
Curriculum
Description
Application for 2015 Spring
Semester
Application Materials
Available
Early July 2014
Early January 2015
Application Period
Mon. July 14 Fri. July 18, 2014
Mon. January 19 Fri. January 23, 2015
Results Announced
Wed. September 10, 2014
Tue. March 17, 2015
Program Registered
Mon. September 22, 2014
Wed. April 1, 2015
Course Registration
● D
ates are subject to change; refer to the appropriate application materials for more
information.
Important Information for Accelerated Graduation Program Students
Examinations and Grading
● Credit Registration Limits
The credit registration limits for students on the Accelerated Graduation Program are different.
Please refer to pages 91 and 92.
● Application for Preferred Graduation Date
The University surveys all Accelerated Graduation Program students about their preferred
graduation date before the beginning of each semester. Details will be sent via Personal
Message.
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Semester
Schedule
2014 Spring semester
Tue. March 18, 2014 (2013 Fall semester grade announcement date)
2014 Fall semester
Wed. September 10, 2014 (2014 Spring semester grade announcement
date)
● 3rd and 4th-Year Seminar Enrollment
‌Please refer to page 122 for more information. Students should consult with their supervisors
about when they will start writing their undergraduate thesis and proceed accordingly.
● Study Abroad Precautions
Students who fall under either of the following must consult with the exchange program
supervisor before applying for the Accelerated Graduation Program.
‌Students are not permitted to participate in exchange programs in their final semester (i.e.,
semester of scheduled graduation).
・Students scheduled to participate in international or domestic exchange programs
・Students scheduled to participate in individually-arranged exchange programs
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Program
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Application for 2014 Fall
Semester
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Accelerated Graduation Assessment
Accelerated Graduation Program students who have satisfied the conditions detailed below,
and who subsequently pass the early graduation assessment interview will be eligible to
graduate upon completion of the 6th or 7th semester. Students who do not meet these
requirements may graduate as regular students from the 8th semester or later.
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● Eligibility
● S
ubmission of the Graduation Assessment Application at the beginning of the semester of
intended graduation
● C
ompletion of at least 124 credits in the requisite fields
● C
umulative GPA of 3.20 or higher
● C
ompletion of at least 20 credits of Lecture/Seminar subjects held in the non-basis
language (excluding J/E classes)
Curriculum
2014 Schedule
Spring 2014 Graduation
Fall 2014 Graduation
Application
Tue. March 18, 2014
Wed. September 10, 2014
Announcement of Results
Mon. September 1, 2014
Wed. March 4, 2015
Course Registration
Accelerated Graduation and Tuition
Examinations and Grading
Accelerated graduation students will pay adjusted tuition fees according to the tuition model
below. Because of these changes, once a student has registered for accelerated graduation
they will pay a comparatively higher Tuition Fee B (registered credit based fee) per semester
than regular students. Be sure to confirm tuition fees for each semester. Once a student has
registered for the Accelerated Graduation Program, they will be unable to return to normal
student status unless their registration is revoked during re-evaluation during the 4th semester.
Students graduating in three and a half years will not be billed Tuition Fee B (registered credit
based fee) for the 7th semester.
Tuition Model Number of Credits Billed
Student Semester
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
Regular Student
15
15
18
18
18
18
11
11
Accelerated Graduation A
15
15
24
24
23
23
-
-
Accelerated Graduation B
15
15
24
24
12
12
11
11
Accelerated Graduation C
15
15
18
18
29
29
-
-
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1st
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● A
ccelerated Graduation A: Regular student (non-transfer) registered for the program in the
2nd year
● Accelerated Graduation B: Regular student (non-transfer) registered for the program in the
2nd year, but removed from the program after 4th semester re-evaluation
● Accelerated Graduation C: Regular student (non-transfer) registered for the program in the
3rd year
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Office for the conditions of the reduction.
College Transfer
reduction in tuition fees should refer to ″The Guide to Scholarships″ published by the Student
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When accepted into the Accelerated Graduation Program, international students receiving a
Study at APU
7.2 College Transfer
″College Transfer within the University″ is a system whereby an APU student, scheduled to
proceed to the 2nd or 3rd year level, transfers from the College in which they are currently
studying to another College within the University. As a general rule, transfer from a college is
only available when there are openings in the other College. Details can be found on the
Curriculum
Academic Office website.
Application and Screening
Application Period
Course Registration
● W
hen moving to 2nd year: Apply during 2nd semester
● W
hen moving to 3rd year: Apply during 4th semester
Eligibility
● Transfers at the 2nd year level (2nd semester students): Students must obtain at least 30
credits by the end of their first year of study and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50.
Examinations and Grading
● Transfers at the 3rd year level (4th semester students): Students must obtain at least 60
credits by the end of their second year of study and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least
2.50.
The University is not able to assess whether applicants are eligible or not at the time of
application. Interviews will be conducted for applicants who pass the initial application
document screening. Transfer within the University will be permitted for students who pass the
interview screening and who are found to meet the eligibility standards. Screening results will
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be announced on the same day as semester grade results are released.
Note:
● P
lease note that Accelerated Program students cannot apply for transfer at the 3rd year
level.
● Application Form (specified form with transfer fee of JPY 10,000 in certificate stamps
attached)
● E
ssay: A typed A4 essay outlining the reason you wish to change colleges. Japanese
College Transfer
essays should be 2,000 characters; English essays should be 800 words.
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Transfer from 2014 Fall
Semester
Study at APU
AY 2014 Schedule
Transfer from 2015 Spring
Semester
Mid June 2014
Mid December 2014
Application Period
Mon. June 16 Fri. June 20, 2014
Mon. December 8 Fri. December 12, 2014
Interviews
Mon. June 30 Fri. July 4, 2014
Mon. January 19 Fri. January 23, 2015
Results Announced
Wed. September 10, 2014
Wed. March 18, 2015
Procedure Deadline
Mid September, 2014
Late March, 2015
Effective Date of Transfer
Mon. September 22, 2014
Wed. April 1, 2015
Curriculum
Application Materials
Available
Course Registration
● Dates are subject to change; refer to the appropriate application materials for more
information.
Credit Transfer
Credits earned prior to changing colleges may be transferred after evaluation by the Division
Examinations and Grading
of Academic Affairs. Major Subject courses taken before the transfer will be counted as
General Electives in the new college (except for some courses). Students are therefore
advised to give careful consideration before commencing transfer procedures.
Note:
Please be aware that if transfer within the University is approved, students must complete the
required procedures within the designated time period. If students do not complete procedures
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on time, they shall be expelled from the University.
7.3 Pre-enrollment Credit Transfer
APU understands the significance of learning through a wide range of channels; therefore, the
University will allow students to transfer credits obtained prior to enrollment under certain
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conditions. (Students who transferred into the 2nd year or 3rd year are ineligible for the
application.) Credits will be transferred only upon application. To apply, students should submit
an Application for Pre-enrollment credit Transfer to the Academic Office.
Credit Transfer for Studies Conducted at Other Institutions Prior to Enrollment
● C
redits obtained as a part-time APU student prior to enrollment.
● A maximum of 60 credits is transferrable including all forms of transferred credits in APU.
● Eligibility
New students (excluding transfer students)
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● C
redits obtained at another university or junior college before entering APU.
Pre-enrollment Credit Transfer
enrollment at APU in the instances outlined below. APU will authorize:
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APU will transfer a maximum of 30 credits for studies conducted at other universities prior to
Study at APU
● Application Period
Applications are only accepted immediately after a student’s enrollment at APU. Students must
submit their application form to the Academic Office by 16:30 on the final day of the 2nd
Course Registration Correction Period during the 2nd quarter of the student’s 1st semester.
APU will not authorize credit transfer after this time under any circumstances.
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Credit Transfer Procedures
1. APU will authorize credit transfer if a correlation can be made with an APU subject, and the
contents of the subject taken at the former institution can be verified by an outline, syllabus,
etc.
2. If a direct correlation cannot be made between the subject taken at the former institution
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and APU, the credits will be transferred into one of the subject fields, as appropriate.
Transfer of Grades
APU will not transfer specific grades for subjects taken at other institutions. A ″T″ (transfer) will
be shown for all transferred subjects in the evaluation section of student’s grade reports.
Examinations and Grading
7.4 Curricular Exchange Program with Oita University
This program allows APU students to enroll in lecture subjects offered at Oita University.
Credits obtained at Oita University can be transferred to APU. Recruiting is conducted twice a
year near the beginning of each semester.
APU plans to undertake a comprehensive review of the total number of credits which can be
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registered in the Ritsumeikan University Summer Session Exchange Program and credit
transfer programs with Oita University and the Open University of Japan. Changes will be
announced via Campus Terminal by the end of AY 2014. Please check Campus Terminal
to confirm the details.
7.5 APU/RU English Teaching Certificate Program for Domestic Students
become educators in the future. This program is made possible by a collaboration between
APU and Ritsumeikan University (RU) College of Letters, and allows program participants to
work towards becoming an English teacher within the multicultural environment unique to
Curricular Exchange Program
with Oita University
APU.
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APU offers the English Teaching Certificate Program to domestic students who hope to
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Teaching Certificate Program
This program allows APU students to enroll in the Teaching Certificate course at RU on a
non-degree basis, complete the following required courses during their four years at APU, and
ultimately earn an English Teaching Certificate (Junior High School Category 1 / Senior High
School Category 1).
Study at APU
● In the 1st and 2nd years, students take on-demand RU lectures over the Internet and
intensive session courses at APU.
● In the 3rd year, students study at RU in Kyoto to enroll in teaching certificate subjects and
take RU major subjects that are transferable as APU credits required for graduation.
● In the 4th year, students complete a teaching and nursing care practicum, as well as register
for Workshop for Teaching Profession during their 8th semester at APU.
Curriculum
In addition to the required credits for graduation, students must complete approx. 60 credits of
RU Teacher Certificate Program subjects. Registering for this program without being fully
motivated means that, not only will students be unable to obtain their teaching certificates,
they will have difficulty in meeting APU’s graduation requirements. Students should approach
their studies systematically and with a firm sense of purpose.
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In addition, they will have to pass a Teacher Employment Examination in order to secure a
teaching position at a public or private school.
Application, Screening and Important Notification
● S
tudents can only apply in the Spring semester of their first year. 2nd and 3rd-year transfer
Examinations and Grading
students are not eligible for this program.
● S
tudents approved for the Teaching Certificate Program cannot register for the Accelerated
Graduation Program.
● O
nly students who intend to remain enrolled for a full four years may apply.
‌Program students are unable to take a leave of absence.
Seminar Subjects
Number of Students
Maximum of 20 students per academic year
Screening
The screening for this program is a comprehensive two-part process. Students’ grades,
TOEFL®/ITP or TOEIC®/IP scores and application materials will be screened, and those who
successfully pass the document screening will be granted an interview.
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Schedule
Time
Description
Second Guidance Session (Distribution of application materials)
Mid-June – Early July
Application Period (Documents submitted to the Academic Office)
Early July
Announcement of Interview Candidates
Mid-July – Late July
Interviews (at APU)
Early September
Announcement of Results, Registration Procedure
Late September
Guidance Session for Program Students
Fall Semester
Program Study Begins
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Mid June
APU/RU English Teaching
Certificate Program
First Guidance Session (Program Overview)
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Mid-April – late April
Study at APU
Program Fee
Teaching Certificate Program Fees
● Fees: Total fees for the program are estimated at approximately JPY 431,000. Students are
responsible for living expenses, accommodation and any other costs incurred while on
exchange at RU.
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● Invoicing: RU will invoice program students. Invoices for the first year will be issued in midSeptember for JPY 71,000. Invoices for subsequent years will be issued in late March or
early April for JPY 120,000.
Scholarships
Course Registration
APU students receiving JASSO scholarships may continue to receive payments while on
exchange at RU.
After Enrollment
Detailed information will be provided at the guidance session for program students.
Examinations and Grading
4-year Program Progression (Spring enrollees)
Semester
1st Semester
Guidance Sessions, Application, Screening, Selection of Program
Students
2nd-4th Semesters
On-demand lectures and intensive session subjects at APU
5th-6th Semesters
Seminar Subjects
7th-8th Semesters
Certificate Program lectures at RU (Students are responsible for
living costs and accommodation in Kyoto)
Nursing Care Practicum, Teaching Practicum, Teacher Employment
Examination,Workshop for Teaching Profession. Apply for and
acquire Teaching Certificate
● The number of teaching certificate program credits which must be registered each
semester do not count towards the maximum credit registration limit for APU courses.
Reference: Obtaining a Teaching License in Japan
Aside from this program, there are a variety of ways to obtain a teaching license. While it is
necessary to earn credits from a teaching certificate program in a university or graduate
school, this can be accomplished via distance education or through long-term study as a nondegree student, depending upon individual needs (Note: Some subjects such as the teaching
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Certificate Program
practicum may not be possible via distance education).
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Examples include:
● A
fter graduation, APU alumni can earn a teaching certificate via distance education while
they work.
● APU graduates can enroll in a graduate school with a teaching certificate program.
● APU students may transfer in their 2nd or 3rd year to a university with a teaching certificate
program (students must then meet the graduation requirements of the transfer university).
Please consult the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology (MEXT) website for
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a list of universities and graduate schools that offer teaching certificate programs.
7.6 Open University of Japan
With the aim of offering a university education that is open to everyone in the nation regardless
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of age and profession, the Open University of Japan places emphasis on lifelong learning and
distance education in providing courses by radio and television broadcasting. Incorporating a
broad spectrum of knowledge, there are numerous subjects offered at the Open University of
Japan. There will be a mid-term report and final examination requirement for each subject. To
be eligible to receive credits, students must sit for the final examination. This examination will
be held at the Oita Gakushu Center (Oita City) and other gakushu centers across Japan.
Examinations and Grading
Students must clearly state their preferred testing location on their initial application form. Note
that all the Open University of Japan courses are taught in Japanese. Although there are no
specific language requirements, students are required to understand classes taught in
Japanese. Credits obtained will appear as a ″T″ (Transfer) in the APU transcript.
Item
2014 Fall
Semester
2015 Spring
Semester
Forms and Details
Office
Mon. June 30
- Fri. July 4,
2014
Payment of
Tuition Fees
Mid
September
Mid March
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Application
Period
Official Open University of
Japan Application Form
Fri. January
Academic Office
9 - Fri. January (green sheet) and APU
Open University of Japan
16, 2015
Application Form
Invoice will be sent directly
Open University
to current address by the
of Japan
Open University of Japan
Final
Examinations
Results
Released
Gakushu Center
Late
September
Report sent to students
Open University
of Japan
During Spring
Semester
Correction
Period 2
During Fall
Semester
Correction
Period 2
Results will be displayed
on the Campus Terminal
Grade Report screen
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Late March
Open University of Japan
Late July
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Transferred
Late January
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Start of Classes Wed.October 1 Wed. April 1
Study at APU
Tuition Fees and Application Method
Tuition fees at the Open University of Japan are calculated on a credit-based system (1 credit
= JPY 5,500; no admission fees are required). As most of the subjects offered are 2 credits,
each subject will cost JPY 11,000 (as of spring 2014).
Curriculum
Students may apply for Open University of Japan courses through the Academic Office during
the designated period. Please note that the final examination periods at the Open University of
Japan and APU coincide; therefore, students should select subjects with examinations on
Sundays only. In the event that the Open University of Japan final examination coincides with
an APU examination, the student is responsible for deciding which examination to take.
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Neither university offers any special measures for such students.
● APU will only authorize registration of a maximum of 10 Open University of Japan credits
per semester.
● There is no application for credit transfer. The Open University of Japan will send all
students’ grades to APU. All credits that a student passed will be transferred.
● The maximum number of credits a student is eligible to transfer by the time he/she
graduates is 60 credits.
Examinations and Grading
● Transferable credits from the Open University of Japan will not be included in a student’s
maximum credit limit for that semester.
● S
tudents are not permitted to enroll in the Open University of Japan subjects in the
semester immediately preceding their graduation. For example, students scheduled to
graduate in March 2015 are not permitted to take the Open University of Japan subjects in
Fall Semester 2014.
Seminar Subjects
● If you apply directly to the Open University of Japan, you cannot transfer those subjects to
APU. Make sure you apply at the Academic Office.
● F
or more details on how the Open University of Japan subjects transfer to APU, please
refer to the ″Open University of Japan″ section on the Academic website.
● C
redits obtained under the Open University of Japan Retesting System will not be eligible
for transfer.
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Please refer to the Academic Office website for more information on application requirements
and the application schedule.
Note:
Please be sure to confirm the latest information on Campus Terminal before submitting an
Open University of Japan
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Application since APU plans to review the maximum number of credits registrable per
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semester at the Open University of Japan.
INDEX
Term
1st Year Student Workshop I/II (1st year seminar)
Absences
Academic Advising
Academic Misconduct
Academic Office
Academic Office Hours
Accelerated Graduation Program
Page
114-115
9-12
13
104-105
Term
Page
Examinations (final examinations)
103-105
Exchange Programs (domestic)
135-136
Exchange Programs (international)
132-134
Field Study
131
2
FIRST Program
130
2
GPA (semester and cumulative)
141-144
Grade Evaluation
108-109
108
Active Learning
129
Grade Inquiries
AP Language Immersion Programs
130
Grade Level
AP Languages (2006)
62
Grade Release
110-111
AP Languages (2011)
30
Graduation Assessment Screening
109-110
Applied Training
131
Graduation Criteria (2006 APM)
49-50
Area of Study (2011 APM)
21
Graduation Criteria (2006 APS)
47-48
Area of Study (2011 APS)
Automatically-registered Subjects (2011 APM)
Campus Map
111-112
17
18
Graduation Criteria (2006 CAP)
53-54
23-24
Graduation Criteria (2011 APM)
22-23
152-153
Graduation Criteria (2011 APS)
19-20
Cancelled Classes
8-9
Independently Arranged Study Abroad
CAP (Crossover Advanced Program)
51
Internships
CAP Major Seminar (3rd year)
57
Intro. to CAP Major Seminar (2nd year)
56
CAP Major Seminar (4th year)
57
Intro. to Research Methods (2nd year seminar, 2006 APS)
115
Classroom Changes
9
Japanese Language Subjects (2006)
60-61
Cluster (2006 APS)
46
Japanese Language Subjects (2011)
29-30
College Transfer
144-145
Make-up Classes
51
Make-up Examinations
Core Subjects (2011 APM)
24
Office Hours
Course Exemption (2006)
62-65
Oita University Curricular Exchange Program
Course Exemption (2011)
31-33
Open University of Japan
Core Subjects (2006 APM)
Course Registration
Course Registration Important Notes
Course Re-registration
Credit Award (2006)
Credit Transfer (pre-enrollment)
Curriculum and Curriculum Changes
91
92-97
138-139
131
9
105-106
4
146
149-150
Plagiarism
107
Prerequisites
17
94
Reference Materials
99-102
62-65
Registration Advising
97
145-146
15-16
Registration Credit Limits
91-92
Reports (final report)
106-107
Curriculum Outline (2006 APM)
71
Seminar (3rd year)
116-117
Curriculum Outline (2006 APS)
66-70
Seminar (4th year)
117
Curriculum Outline (2006 CAP)
72-76
Seminar Application
117-121
Curriculum Outline (2011 APM)
35
Subject List (2006)
77-90
Curriculum Outline (2011 APS)
34
Subject List (2011)
36-45
Degree (2006 APM)
49
Sub-seminars
120
Degree (2006 APS)
46
Syllabus
98
Degree (2006 CAP)
53
Teaching Certificate Program
146-149
Degree (2011 APM)
21
Textbooks
99-102
Degree (2011 APS)
18
Timetable
Dual Degree Program
137
TOEFL®/ITP, TOEIC®/IP (2006)
English Immersion Programs
130
TOEFL®/ITP, TOEIC®/IP (2011)
,
English Language Subjects (2006)
59-60
English Language Subjects (2011)
25-28
Undergraduate Thesis
7
59-60
27-28
123-127
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