2021 Undergurduate Academic Handbook

61.College of Asia Pacic Studies  To accomplish the educational objectives stipulated in the College of Asia Pacic Studies College Regulations, the College of Asia Pacic Studies has dened graduation requirements as well as the following three learning outcomes to be achieved by the time of graduation. (Graduation Requirements)   •  ‌‌‌‌Students are required to enroll for the designated period and to complete at least 124 credits in accordance with the following course registration requirements.  •  ‌‌Complete at least 40 credits of Common Education Subjects in accordance with the following requirements: 1) Japanese-basis students must complete at least 24 credits of English Language Education Subjects, and English-basis students must complete at least 16 credits of Japanese Language Education Subjects. However, students may apply for an exemption, both in English and Japanese Language Education Subjects, based on their basis language upon entry. 2) Complete at least 2 credits of required Common Liberal Arts Subjects in either selected Area of Study.  •  ‌‌Complete at least 62 credits of APS Major Education Subjects including at least 28 credits of Major Education Subjects in the registered Area of Study.  •  ‌‌Domestic Japanese-basis students must complete at least 20 credits of Common Liberal Arts Subjects or Major Education Subjects offered in English.  •  ‌‌Detailed course registration requirements shall be stipulated in the College of Asia Pacic Studies College Regulations. (Learning Outcomes) 1. Academic Knowledge and Understanding 1-a. Students have acquired a basic knowledge of the global society with an emphasis on the Asia Pacic region and other related knowledge. 1-b. Students have progressed toward a comprehensive understanding of the area of study to which the student belongs. (Environment and Development; Hospitality and Tourism; International Relations and Peace Studies; and Culture, Society and Media) 1-c. Students have developed an interdisciplinary understanding of the ever-changing global society. 2. Abilities and Skills 2-a. Students have improved their logical and critical thinking. 2-b. Students have acquired professional and technical skills. 2-c. Students have enhanced creativity in the thought and expression of their ideas. 3. Social Commitment 3-a. Students have improved their knowledge of at least a second language. 3-b. Students can communicate adequately with others from different cultures and with different values in the global society. 3-c. Students can act with leadership and responsibility from a global perspective.Diploma Policy

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