College of Media and Communication
Improve communication skills to get connected with society and the world
The curricula where you develop with peers, as well as thoughtful career support for each individual.
Keep stepping up with your career after graduation in the view.
Among many forms of media communication, we focus on information cultures such as the internet and linguistic culture including English as the lingua franca.Learn information communication skills such as searching, collecting, organizing, processing, editing, and presenting information while obtaining general knowledge to develop a sense of balance.In addition, while acquiring practical English communication skills based on intercultural understanding, useful in the business setting, learn about English and American literature and a rich knowledge of theater to nurture the ability to play an active role with a wide perspective.
Junior High School teaching license (English, Japanese Language and Social Studies), High school teaching license (English, Japanese, Civics, Data), Social surveyors, Curators
In the modern society, where the world is connected by the internet, it is important to have a broad perspective and proficiency of computer and information technologies.In addition to programming, learn how to build a Web application system and create digital contents using CG, DTP, and Multimedia.
This course begins with building a computer and programming and then move onto a large variety of exercises including the computer-based multimedia production of CG and DTP, offering great opportunities to learn strong skills for your career.
In the present day international and domestic business world, human resources with good communication skills in English as a common language are in high demand.While improving your basic PC skills, and knowledge of international relations and business, acquire practical English skills such as presenting and a broad perspective of intercultural understanding for presentations for success in international business.
The use of the internet has revolutionized business practice. However, the fact that business is established upon human relationships has not changed. We nurture human resources who can contribute to developing business by utilizing ICT through learning ICT knowledge and skills, as well as related topics such as laws, marketing, accounting, and management.
The learning that takes place throughout this course will give students the power to play an active role in society having earned the knowledge to analyze and explore ever-changing business.
Even if you are interested in English but are not making much progress.I can use my mobile or smartphone, but I’m not so good at using a computer... People with such problems are not uncommon. But let’s call it room for growth! At the Department of Communication and Business, you will learn skills and knowledge that you will definitely find useful in the future.
Learn the old, yet new, a game of ‘igo’ from professional players of the game Koari Mimura (2 dan) and Kozue Nagashima (2 dan), guest lecturers at the University.
Logical thinking required when planning offensive and defensive, persistence for a victory, and respect for others are all helpful in your future career.
Listen to special lecturers active in society and learn directly from their way of life.It is an opportunity to consider your future life and employment prospects and alter your consciousness after learning about the type of human resources society is seeking.
The Department of Communication and Business cooperates with many businesses for an internship. Some of our students were recognized by the businesses for their hard work and gained a huge momentum in their job search.By having real experiences in an actual business prior to employment, students have the chance to learn their own aptitudes and social abilities and experience first-hand what is necessary to succeed in the real world.It is also an opportunity to learn the rigors and joy of work as well as practical skills and business etiquette.
Today, certain English skills are required to collect information, and information skills are needed to learn English.The main characteristic of the Department of Communication and Business is that students learn information and English simultaneously, creating synergy effects.
An aim is to raise human resources who have the capabilities of coping with a wide range of situations beyond the concept of science and the humanities being two separate entities, in new fields based on communication skills.