Department of Law [Evening Course], Faculty of Law
Educational goal is to develop human resource who can be active in a wide range of fields with excellent balance and flexibility, by cultivating legal mind (capability to judge the event logically from a legal aspect and cope with it) after deepening the knowledge and understanding of the law with a material of various issues which have occurred in the world.
In the rapidly changing modern society, the environment surrounding the law which is a social rule has been transforming greatly. In the Department of Law (evening course), along with acquiring the fundamental skills to learn the law through the "Introduction to the law", students will be led to the world of law that everyone may experience once smoothly. We develop the capability to solve the legal problems by acquiring a broad range of knowledge to think throughout four years, together with by studying the law-based subjects with a focus on the six major laws while a variety of associated peripheral subjects were installed.
The Characteristics of the Evening Course
Although the educational goal and overview are same as the Department of Law on the daytime undergraduate course, this adversely can be a specific feature of the Department of Law on evening course. The curriculum has been organized, being aware of various lifestyles including working people. With the limited time of two classes per day and six days a week, the students can basically take the same subjects as Department of Law on the daytime undergraduate course. In addition, there is a system that the students on the evening course can take the subjects available for the daytime undergraduate course, in order to study efficiently.