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The study of law provides an opportunity to study various laws forming the underlying premise of a constitutional state. In the study of law, students will understand various laws that are closely related to the basic rules of society in people’s daily lives and foster logical thinking skills that are required in the interpretation of law. By offering courses where students can learn Japanese language skills, numerical information-processing capabilities, and current issues, the Faculty of Law also meets the needs of students who wish to become civil servants. While providing opportunities to learn legal solutions for various issues, the Faculty of Law will foster individuals with problem-solving skills based on a wide range of legal knowledge.
In the Faculty of Law, every student takes a course on career training.The department aims to strengthen students’ logical thinking and fundamental learning abilities by including Basic Mathematical Science, a subject open to all students, as a required subject, as well as positioning Principles of Economics and History of Political Thought as specialized subjects in addition to the basic six laws.
In addition to supporting students who wish to acquire various qualifications, the department strongly assists those who wish to work in the civil service. We have not only established subjects that prepare students for the civil service examinations at the national and local level, but have also collaborated on a special extracurricular course for the Civil Service Examination.
The Department of Law offers seminar-based education to students through the Orientation Seminar during the freshman year. Here, students learn how to study law and political science, the Basic Seminar, and the Specialized Seminars where students develop their skills to independently conduct specialized surveys and analyses through graduation research. In the Specialized Seminars, students work on their bachelor’s theses and presentations, and will eventually leave behind a tangible academic achievement as a result of their four-years of studies.