Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences
Study the science of health, to support new undertakings and everyday life.
Philosophy, science, and passion are all essential to creating human value through sports. You will help improve people's quality of life (QOL) through sports, and solve social issues caused by the declining birthrate, aging population, and globalization. Here you will study cutting-edge, expert knowledge and skills related to health, sports, food, and nutrition, and create new potential in these fields.
- Department of Health and Sports Sciences
- Through sports, you will seek solutions to health problems and various other issues in society, such as the declining birthrate, as well as the aging and declining population. Here, you will study the functional, social and cultural aspects of health and sports sciences, and acquire specialized knowledge and skills with scientific thinking. You too can become a professional who contributes to promoting good health, improving athletes’ performance, and improving QOL.
- Department of Nutritional Sciences
- By exploring both nutritional science and sports science based on a foundation of nutrition, you can become a professional who contributes to improving athletic performance, promoting good health, and improving QOL in terms of food and nutrition. Using interdisciplinary expertise and technology, you will create new value in the fields of sports and nutrition science. You can also advance to the graduate program, where you will conduct even more advanced research.
The Learning Columns present articles and videos that describe the activities of Toyo University students and departments.
Material, Learning Content, and Educational Tools in P.E. Class
Tomoyuki Hirano, Associate Professor (Department of Health and Sports Sciences / Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences)
Research Field: Pedagogy of Physical Education
Aerobics Instructor Teaching Techniques
Tomoko Suzuki, Associate Professor (Department of Health and Sports Sciences / Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences)
Research Fields: Health Care and Sports Science, Sports Science
Washoku for the Next Generation
Masako Ota, Associate Professor (Department of Nutritional Sciences / Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences)
Research Field: Sports Nutrition, Characteristics of Washoku, Functional Displays of Food, Supplements
Training Programming Practice -Thinking About Sports Training-
Sayumi Iwamoto, Professor (Department of Health and Sports Sciences / Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences)
Research field: Athletic Training, Conditioning
Coaching with a Focus on “Skills”
Motohiko Kaneko, Associate Professor (Department of Health and Sports Sciences / Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences)
Expertise: Disability and cross-sports coaching