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Credits

1 credit represents 45 hours of study including self-study.
Among the 45 hours:
(1) The lecture course should have 15 hours of contact hours
(which mean 30 hours of expected self-study in addition to class time).
(2) Experiments, practical training, language course should include 30 hours of contact hours
(which mean 15 hours of expected self-study in addition to class time).

Courses in Japanese

YCU offers a wide range of courses. Please use the following online syllabi system to search your courses.
◆Language level: JPLT ( Japanese Language Proficiency Test ) 2nd level or higher is recommended. (Considerations will be made depending on the case with the home university’s recommendation)

Courses for English speaking international students

In the case where your Japanese level is not sufficient for taking courses in Japanese, you may choose courses taught in English from the following list:
◆TOEFL iBT 61 or higher is recommended (Considerations will be made depending on the case with the home university’s recommendation).

Code Courses Term1
Apr-Aug
Term2
Sep-Feb
6A01950 (Comprehensive lecture)Education in the World
 
6A17050 (Multicultural Seminar)Current Asian/Pacific Area Studies
 
6A17150 (Multicultural Seminar)Foreign Resident Community in Yokohama
 
6A17450 (Multicultural Seminar)Comparing Education in the World
 
6A17550 (Multicultural Seminar)Japan from Foreigner's View
 
6A17551 (Multicultural Seminar)Japan from Foreigner's View) b
 
6A17650 (Multicultural Seminar)Global Communications
 
6A44050 Understanding American and British Culture Aa
 
6A44150 Understanding American and British Culture B
 
6A44350 Introduction to Psychology
 
6A44450 Topics in Modern Psychopathology
 
6A49850 Japanese Globalization in Comparative Context
 
6A49950 History of Modern Japan
 
ACC2060 Introductory Accounting 1
 
ACC2070 Introductory Accounting ll
 
ACC2080 Intermediate Accounting
 
ACC2090 Introduction to IFRSs
 
ACC3220 Fundamentals of Investments
 
ACC3230 Basics of Corporate Analysis and Valuation
 
BUS3710 Global Human Resource Management and Organizations I)
 
BUS3720 Global Human Resource Management and Organizations II)
 
CHE3720 Solid-State Material Science 2
 
CUL3410 European Culture in English
 
DEV2010 Global Cooperation
 
DEV2020 Learning Global Cooperation in English
 
DEV2910 Supplemental Seminar for "Global Cooperation"
 
DEV2920 Japan and International Cooperation
 
ECO3410 Game Theory and Industrial Organization 1
 
ECO3420 Game Theory and Industrial Organization 2
 
ENV3910 Sustainable Urban Development
 
 
GEO3910 Human Settlements and Global Awareness
 
INT2110 Global Politics
 
INT2130 International Organization
 
INT2710 Overseas Field Work B "United Nations"
 
INT2910 Supplemental Seminar for "Global Politics"
 
INT2920 International Cooperation in Urban Development
 
 
INT2930 Global Community
 
INT3030 Global Issues
 
LIT3120 Japanese Literature in English A
 
LIT3130 Japanese Literature in English B
 
LIT3440 Culture and Translation A
 
LIT3450 Culture and Translation B
 
PHI3120 Topics in Moral Philosophy
 
PSY3710 Language in the World:Developmental Psycholinguistics
 
 
PUP2310 Global Public Policy
 
PUP2910 Supplemental Seminar for "Global Public Policy"
 

Japanese Language Course

Code Courses Term1
Apr-Aug
Term2
Sep-Feb
JAS101 Understanding Japan I
 
JAS102 Understanding Japan ll
 
JPL101 Japanese 1-1
 
JPL102 Japanese 1-2
 
JPL103 Japanese 2-1
 
JPL104 Japanese 2-2
 
SPC101 Special Course ( Basics of Japanese )
 
SPC102 Special Course ( Basics of Japanese )
 
SPC103 Special Course ( Basics of Japanese )
 
SPC104 Special Course ( Basics of Japanese )
 

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