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Department of Economics [Evening Course], Faculty of Economics//経済学部経済学科(イブニングコース)

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Educational Goals

The Evening School strives to instill in students knowledge that aligns with their personal interests, draws from a wide range of fields (primarily in economics), and is necessary for the active engagement of students in society. This learning process fosters students’ ability to apply reason and make sound judgments.

Policies of the Department of Economics Evening School

Overview

In the first year, in required seminar classes, students are organized into small groups and they learn methods for writing reports. Second-year seminar classes (Seminar II) provide students with presentation skills and fundamental tools necessary for more specialized seminar classes. Additionally, Introduction to Modern Economics I and II, in the first and second year of the program, follow an omnibus format with lectures by full-time professors. This enables students to acquire a broad knowledge of the overall field of economics. In addition, the program also offers foundational courses, such as Introduction to Economics, specialized courses that apply the foundational content, and third- and fourth-year seminar classes and courses to help students prepare for writing the graduation thesis.

Program Features

Unique classes in the MEXT-Supported Program for the Strategic Research Foundation at Private Universities, in addition to classes in other faculties, are available to students in the first year as specialized class options. From the second year, students can enroll in specialized classes from the area of the department that is not under the umbrella of the Evening School. There is a high degree of freedom due to the low number of required classes. This enables students to follow their personal interests and enroll in a broad range of classes, thereby developing more specialized knowledge of economics. Outside specialized classes, a diverse array of general education classes, language classes, and physical education classes are available so that students can follow their interests and freely arrange their class schedules. There is also a system that enables students to apply their TOEIC scores and their participation in the University of Warwick’s (UK) language course toward English credits. The Department of Economics Evening School can be accurately summarized by saying that the program enables students to determine for themselves the particular kind of academic lifestyle they would like to lead.

教育目標

経済学を中心とした様々な分野の幅広い知識の中から、社会人としての活動に必要な知識を学生自らの関心に従って修得し、その過程を通じた論理的な判断力の養成を目標としています。

経済学科(イブニングコース)のポリシー

概要

1年次には、必修の「ゼミナールⅠ」があり、小人数クラスでレポートの作成方法を学びます。2年次の「ゼミナールⅡ」では、プレゼンテーションを通じて、専門ゼミに必要な基礎知識を身に付けます。また、1~2年次には「現代経済入門Ⅰ・Ⅱ」という専任教員のオムニバス形式の講義があり、経済学全般に関する広い知識を習得することができます。これらに加えて、「経済学入門」など経済学に関する基礎科目、その応用としての専門科目、さらに3~4年次ゼミと卒論へと発展させる仕組みになっています。

特色

1部3学科の特色ある科目や他学部の科目を、専門科目として1年次から履修できます。2年次以上では、1部各学科のより専門的な科目を履修できます。必修科目が少ないため選択の自由度が高く、個々の関心に応じて、幅広い分野の科目を履修して教養を深めることもできますし、経済学の専門知識を深めることもできます。専門科目以外にも多種多様な教養科目、語学、体育などの科目も用意され、各自の興味に応じて、自由に時間割を組むことが可能です。TOEICのスコアやウォーリック大学でのイギリス語学研修による英語科目の単位認定という制度もあります。2部経済学科では、どのような学習生活を送るかは学生自身に任されている、と言っても過言ではありません。