Students gain a broad understanding of sociology by examining studies performed in various areas and acquiring knowledge from those fields. They cultivate the ability to apply diversified approaches to events that are happening in modern society through the improvement of their capability to conduct empirical studies, which is gained through valuable experience from fieldwork.
The Faculty of Sociology strives to provide education based on the two paths of pursuing scientific principles and practicing their application. The general established faculty-wide subjects include Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Social Research, Social Research,and Stafistical Date Processing and Practice / Web Based Information Processing and Practice. There are various courses in the particularly important subject of Social Research, and they provide rich and useful course contents.
A lot of the knowledge, such as theories, information processing, social statistics, and the up-to-date research results learned in other classes, will be applied to these Social Research courses. A true understanding of society and humanity cannot merely be gained from books or the Internet; rather, it is derived from hands-on experience in the relevant field.
Learning sociological methods and viewpoints.
Reconsidering the era, society, and culture that we live in through voluntary actions.
An integrated and coordinated understanding of society and culture.
Regarding society and culture as a single system allows us to view all the complex areas of society in a different way.
Training leaders who promote local welfare.
Considering welfare in the changes of society and learning practical skills through continuous practice and seminars.
Leading our advanced information society.
Teaching the social characteristics of diverse forms of media and information and fostering human resourees who can flourish in the IT and media industries.
Exploring the relation between humanity and society.
An integrated approach to problems involving humanity and society with the perspectives used in psychology and sociology.
Fostering human resources who possess sociological perspectives so that they can contribute to society.
Encouraging students to learn the approach to empirical studies through fieldwork and gain foresight into the future of the 21st century.
Fostering human resources who can understand welfare problems.
Encouraging students to think about the welfare state’s condition and deepening their understanding of various social problems through continuous seminars and social welfare research.