Students select their majors from an ever-broader range of disciplines encompassing the arts and humanities, the social sciences, and the sciences. Before focusing on their major, however, students spend much of their first year taking classes in a range of subjects that are offered across the University as part of the general education curriculum. Christian thought is also included in the curriculum, which aims to give the breadth and humanistic orientation that exclusive dedication to a major subject cannot provide.
For international students, some faculties, such as the Faculty of Policy Studies and Global Liberal Studies, offer Japanese courses designed to help their departmental studies.
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Foreign Studies
Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Business Administration
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Policy Studies
Faculty of Science and Engineering*
Faculty of Global Liberal Studies
*In April 2021, the Faculty of Science and Engineering will be reorganized into the Faculty of Science and Technology comprising four departments. In addition to the existing Department of Software Engineering, three new departments will be established: Department of Data Science, Department of Electronics and Communication Technology, and Department of Mechanical Engineering and System Control.