2021 Undergurduate Academic Handbook

92. Curriculum Design Policy and Curriculum Implementation Policy for College of International Management (1) Curriculum Design Policy (Subject Placement: General)‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌The curriculum is divided into Common Education Subjects and Major Education Subjects, and is designed for four years. (Subject Placement: Common Education Subjects)‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Common Education Subjects are divided into Language Education Subjects and Common Liberal Arts Subjects. The Language Education Subjects consist of English, Japanese, AP languages (Chinese, Korean, Malay / Indonesian, Spanish, Thai or Vietnamese) and Specic Subjects.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Common Liberal Arts Subjects consist of APU Literacy Subjects, Global Citizens Foundation Subjects, and Response to Social Needs Subjects.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌APU Literacy Subjects are designed for mastering the skills needed by APU students.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Global Citizens Foundation Subjects are designed for acquiring the knowledge needed by APU students. The Subjects are divided into Asia Pacic Group, Japanese Studies Group, Basic Study Group, and Introduction to Major Studies Group. Subjects that fall into the Introduction to Major Studies Group are each positioned as required subjects for the specic Area of Study that the students select by the end of their study.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Response to Social Needs Subjects are designed for mastering skills for addressing social needs. These are divided into Basic Skills and ICT. (Subject Placement: Major Education Subjects)‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Major Education Subjects are divided into Core Subjects, Seminar Subjects, APM Common Subjects, and Subjects for the Area of Study. Major Education Subjects for the Area of Study are divided into: Accounting and Finance; Marketing; Strategic Management and Organization; and Innovation and Economics.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Core Subjects are designed for understanding the ideals and objectives of APM.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Common Subjects are designed for acquiring valuable knowledge and experiences through courses which include a Special Lecture, a Field Study and so on, not specic to a particular Area of Study.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Seminar Subjects are designed for developing the knowledge and skills in their eld of interest in a small-group format.‌‌  •  ‌‌Subjects for the Area of Study are designed for developing the knowledge in the four Areas of Study which make up APM education. (Curriculum Map) *Curriculum Map (or Curriculum Alignment Matrices) is available on the APU Website. (2) Curriculum Implementation Policy (Subject Offerings)‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Offer subjects listed in the College of International Management College Regulations in both Japanese and English in principle, to allow students to enroll, take classes, and graduate in either English or Japanese while also learning the opposite language.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Expand the Off-campus Study Programs offered in accordance with both University and APM policies.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌All subjects are offered in the semester, day, and period which allow students to take full advantage of structured learning. (Subject Operation)‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌All subjects are operated in compliance with the Standards for Establishment of Universities and the University Regulations. In addition, based on the methods applied in the subject, factors such as the educational outcomes and necessary studies outside of the class hours are also taken into account.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Each subject is operated in accordance with the Curriculum Map and each syllabus is designed to guide students in achieving the Learning Goals and Learning Objectives set for the subject.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌All subjects are aimed at achieving Multi-cultural Cooperative Learning by taking full advantage of APU’s multicultural environment and education, and encouraging interactive collaboration between International and Domestic students.‌‌  •  ‌‌‌‌Instructors are required to comply with guidelines related to the subject operation including administration of Class Evaluation Surveys, response to Grade Inquiries, and holding Make-up Classes.〔Updated Jan.26, 2021〕

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