南山大学

 

The Academic Program

The following is a list of courses that will be offered in 2019/2020 at the Center for Japanese Studies. There is a wide variety of courses offered in five categories: Japanese Language Courses, Japanese Seminar Courses, Lecture Courses in Japanese Area Studies, Open Courses, and Practical Courses in the Japanese Arts.

2019/2020 CJS COURSE OFFERINGS (TENTATIVE)

Japanese Language Courses

Japanese Seminar Courses
Required Elective Courses Elective Courses
8 credits 2 credits / each
720 min. / week 90 min. / week

Japanese Ⅵ *Elective Course

 
Japanese Ⅴ
  • Readings in Japanese Literature Ⅱ
  • Academic Japanese Writing
Japanese Ⅳ
  • Business Japanese Ⅰ
  • University Preparatory Japanese
  • Introduction to Academic Japanese Writing
  • Creative Writing
  • Introduction to Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
  • Classical Japanese
  • Readings in Japanese Literature Ⅰ
  • Japanese in Tourism
  • Readings in Social Science Ⅱ
Japanese Ⅲ
  • Introduction to Business Japanese
  • Introduction to Creative Writing
  • Intermediate Translation
  • Japanese in Volunteering
  • Readings in Social Sciences Ⅰ
  • Readings in Science and Technology
  • Project N Ⅲ
Japanese Ⅱ
  • Elementary Translation
  • Project N Ⅱ

Japanese Ⅰ
  • Project N Ⅰ

Lecture Courses in Japanese Area Studies Open Courses Practical Courses in the Japanese Arts
Elective Courses Elective Courses Elective Courses
3 credits / each 2 credits / each 2 credits / each
135 min. / week 90 min. / week 90 min. / week
  • Japanese Literature Ⅰ
  • Japanese Literature Ⅱ
  • Japanese Literature Ⅲ
  • Japanese Literature Ⅳ
  • Topics in Japanese Linguistics
  • Japanese Culture
  • Japanese Popular Culture
  • Japanese Culture and Art Ⅰ
  • Japanese Religions Ⅰ
  • Japanese Religions Ⅱ
  • Japanese History
  • Japanese Society Ⅰ
  • Japanese Society Ⅱ
  • Japanese Economy Ⅰ
  • Japanese Economy Ⅱ
  • Japanese Business Ⅰ
  • Japanese Business Ⅱ
  • Topics in Management Sciences in Japan
  • Japanese Politics Ⅰ
  • Japanese Foreign Policy
  • Japanese Society and Law Ⅰ
  • Seminar in American History
  • Special Seminar:
    An Introduction to the Social Studies of Latin America
  • Special Seminar:
    Intercultural Competence
  • Special Seminar:
    Media Literacy in the Digital Age
  • Flower Arrangement (Ikebana)
  • Calligraphy (Shodō)
  • Woodblock Printing (Hanga)
  • Japanese Culture and Tea Ceremony (Sadō)
  • Traditional Japanese Dance (Odori)

Various levels of Japanese courses are offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters.

Daily Schedule (Sample)

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:20 – 10:05 Japanese Language Courses Japanese Language Courses Japanese Language Courses Japanese Language Courses Japanese Language Courses
10:05 – 10:50
11:05 – 11:50 Open Courses Open Courses
11:50 – 12:35
1:30 – 2:15 Practical Courses in the Japanese Arts   Field Trips, etc. Japanese Seminar Courses Japan Plaza
2:15 – 3:00    
3:15 – 4:00       Lecture Courses in Japanese Area Studies
4:00 – 4:45      
4:45 – 5:30