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Skills that students will obtain in the program

(1)Knowledge/Understanding

Expert knowledge for understanding communities as a basis for people’s lives and various problems related to communities

Expert knowledge about various problems related to the communities to be studied in each course

  • Welfare Management
    Welfare policy, welfare projects, social security, human rights, social work
  • Environmental Coexistence
    Natural environment, satoyama problem, agricultural, forestry, and fishery resources, environmental education
  • Regional Planning
    Local administration, community theory, information technology, NPO theory, regional planning
  • Healthcare and Sports Science
    Exercise and sports science, improvement of health and strength, sports policies, local sports theory

(2)Skill/Presentation

The skill to examine and analyze regional problems
The skill to listen to others’ opinions, to convey ideas in an appropriate manner and to coordinate various matters

  • Examination and analysis for the purpose of solving regional problems
    Regional examination, social investigation, statistical analysis, specialized experiments
  • Communication skills and coordination skills
    Supporting skills, investigation by interviews, presentation skills, facilitation skills, workshop skills

(3)Thinking/Judgment

The skill to analyze regional and social problems in people’s lives from various perspectives

  • Understanding people, life and communities by facing them
  • Listening to people and collecting information on site
  • Presenting regional problems based on the information and data collected in communities

(4)Interests/Motivation

The motivation to investigate regional problems and to contribute to the improvement of communities

  • Acting for himself/herself, making proposals and moving others to act
  • Taking ideas from people in communities and forming consensus
  • Vitalizing communities, using regional resources in a comprehensive manner

(5)Attitude

An attitude of sympathy and respect when contacting people who live in communities