Areas: The New Forums for Learning
Aiming to create knowledge and values in our constantly changing society, we have identified four areas of global and human challenges that go beyond conventional academic disciplines. We have a curriculum for each area that will develop interdisciplinary skills and responses to issues relating to globalization, and provide learning opportunities based on a reorganized academic framework.
Humans and Life
Students will learn about the emergence and evolution of life, human thought, cognition, and decision mechanisms through the prism of biology, cognitive science, and neuroscience.Details
People and Society
Students will learn about language mechanisms in communication, prehistoric societies, multicultural coexistence, welfare in society, and religious views through the prism of sociology, cultural anthropology, and communication studies.Details
States and Regions
Students will learn about national and regional history, distinctive economic and social ph enomena, and political and economic relationships through the prism of political science, economics, and history.Details
Earth and Environment
Students will learn about the earth's resources, disasters caused by changes in the global environment, and the impact of life on the environment through the prism of earth and planetary sciences, social/safety system science, and biology.Details
Crossing Study Areas
Students will study interdisciplinary subjects that serve as a foundation for the four areas for learning and developing reflectiveness. For example, studying such subjects as Design Thinking, Data Science, Global Ethics and Global History will provide the knowledge and abilities that students need to tackle challenges and solve problems.