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Three New Faculties and One Restructured Department to Open in April 2017

Three New Faculties and One Restructured Department to Open in April 2017

Aiming to contribute to the national Top Global University Project and the promotion of tourism in Japan, Toyo University is establishing three new academic faculties and restructuring one department in April 2017. The new faculties and departments are in development as of March 2016. Names and detailed plans are subject to change.

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Faculty of Global and Regional Studies
Department of Global Innovation Studies / Department of Regional Development Studies

The Department of Global Innovation Studies will offer all its courses in English and require its students to study abroad for one year. Additionally, a quarter system w ill be implemented to facilitate both Japanese students’ study abroad and international students’ study in this department. The Department of Regional Development Studies will foster human resources who contribute to regional development through identifying local needs and working within local frameworks.
The Faculty of International Tourism Management is being designed to develop individuals who are able to promote Japan to the world. The faculty will emphasize language skills, overseas internships, and hands-on training in global companies. In addition, this faculty will offer courses for training future administrators in charge of tourism policy and regional development.
The Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design is being designed to develop individuals with expertise in the comprehensive management of information and the promotion of technological innovation. Students will acquire proficiency in networking and managing information by using state-of-the-art ICT (information and communication technology), cloud computing, and big-data analysis.
Future leaders in Japan will be required to deepen their understanding of diverse cultures both in Japan and abroad, and to acquire the linguistic proficiency necessary to cultivate intercultural partnerships. The Department of English Communication in the Faculty of Letters will be transitioned into the new Department of Intercultural  Communication to foster human resources with foreign language skills and intercultural competence.

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