Course and Curriculum Guide

The curriculum of the Japanese Language Department aims to prepare students for entry to higher-level Japanese universities and vocational schools through study of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. There is also an emphasis on more general knowledge, such as cultural studies, and mathematics, English and study skills. The curriculum is effective not only for students who wish to go on to higher education.

Full Time Course

2-year course

The two-year course is aimed at gaining students entry to public and famous private universities. This class raises students' ability from the beginner level to an advanced level.

1.Elementary(Apr. - Sept.) : Comprehensive Japanese IA, Writing IA, Japan studies IA
2.Intermediate-basic(Sept. - Feb.) : Comprehensive Japanese IA-IF, Basic General Education IA, Basic Japanese Culture and History IA,
3. Intermediate-practice(Apr.- Sept.) : Comprehensive Japanese IIA, Listening IIA, Reading IIA, Conversation IIA, Writing IIA, Japanese Culture and History IIA, Mathematics IIA
4.Advanced(Sept. - Feb.) : Comprehensive Japanese IIB, Listening IIB, Reading IIB, Conversation IIB, Writing IIB

1.5-year course

This course is aimed at gaining students entry to public and private universities. This class raises students' ability from the beginner level to intermediate and advanced levels.

1. Intermediate-basic(Sept. - Feb.) : Comprehensive Japanese: IG-IL, Basic Writing, Japan Studies
2.Intermediate-practice(Apr.-Sept.) : Reading IIA, Listening IIA, Comprehensive Japanese IIA, Conversation IIA, Writing IIA, (Japanese Culture and History IIA), (Mathematics IIA)
3.Advanced(Sept. - Feb.) : Reading IIB, Listening IIB, Comprehensive Japanese IIB, Conversation IIB, Writing IIB

Time Table

Elementary
Period Mon. Tue. Wed. Thurs. Fri.
1. 9:00-10:30 Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I
2. 10:40-12:10 Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I Comprehensive Japanese I
Lunch Break (12:10-13:00)
3. 13:00-14:30     Basic Writing Japanese Studies Kanji Training
Intermediate-basic
1. 9:00-10:30 Writing
Reading
Reading
Listening
Comprehensive Japanese II Listening Comprehensive Japanese II
2. 10:40-12:10 Reading Listening Comprehensive Japanese II Conversation Comprehensive Japanese II
Lunch Break (12:10-13:00)
3. 13:00-14:30 Math     General Study  

 

Part-Time Course

The Japanese Language Department provides a place to study Japanese to people who have various aims. For example, to study Japanese for interest, to get Japanese ability to live in Japan, or to go to high school in Japan after studying Japanese. You can take any subject from the list on the next page. It is possible to take just one subject.
Free Lesson is also available. Please contact us the detail.

Subjects

Subjects Description Hours
1 Comprehensive Japanese IA - IF Basic 400
2 Writing I Writing with basic grammar 20
3 Japan studies IA Grounding in Japan studies 20
4 Grammar IA Basic grammar 20
5 General Education I Civics, geography, history 20
6 Comprehensive Japanese IIA Intermediate Japanese skill 160
7 Listening II Intermediate listening 80
8 Reading II Intermediate reading 40
9 Conversation II Intermediate conversation 80
10 Writing II Writing with intermediate grammar 40
11 General Education II Practice and current topics 40
12 Mathematics I Basic 20
13 Comprehensive Japanese IIB Advanced Japanese skills 160
14 Listening IIB Practice for EJJ 80
15 Reading IIB Advanced reading 40
16 Conversation IIB Advanced conversation 80
17 Writing II Writing with advanced grammar 40

Seniors who graduated from the Japanese Language Department went to these universities

National & Public Universities

Toyama University, Toyama Prefectural University, Wakayama University, Iwate University, Akita University, Takaoka National College

Private Universities

Kansai University, Kwansei Gakuin University, Bunkyo University, Chubu University, Aichi Gakuin Suzuka International University, Yokkaichi University, Nagoya Keizai University, Ryutsu Keizai University, Kanazawa Seiryo University, Toyama University of International Studies, Takaoka University of Law, Nagasaki International University, Fukuoka International University, Okayama Shoka University, Gifu Keizai University, Fukuyama Heisei University, Osaka Meijo University

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