Three Policies of the Faculty of Literature at Tsuru University

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Three Policies of the Faculty of Literature at Tsuru University

Admissions policy

The Faculty of Literature at Tsuru University cultivates a spirit to study people through the examination of culture and society, and seeks new students who embody the following.

  • Students who have the scholastic ability required to learn at this university.
  • Students who are interested in issues in modern society and who possess the understanding and flexibility to take on a broader perspective.
  • Students who can communicate their own ideas using clear language.
  • Students who think for themselves and are motivated to act.
  • Students who possess a love of learning and look to acquire specialized knowledge.

Curriculum policy

The Faculty of Literature at Tsuru University strives to prepare and enrich the educational content for students in order to encourage a rich and varied humanity and develop their ability to be active in various areas.

  • The general courses nurture an acumen with a comprehensive approach and a broad education with the goal to cultivate a rich and varied humanity. These courses include liberal arts courses, foreign language courses, physical education courses and general courses in the faculty.
  • Specialized courses in the department are designed to provide advanced knowledge, techniques and skills related to the student’s major,  as well as helps students acquire the skills to be active in society.
  • The specialized courses in the department also include the graduation thesis. Students use the knowledge, ability to reason and research methods acquired over 4 years to complete their graduation thesis, which is a culmination of their studies.

Diploma policy

The Faculty of Literature at Tsuru University uses the features of the community to promote practical and comprehensive education and research. The goal of the faculty is to encourage students to develop skills to help them be active not just in communities that focus on the education field but in various fields that benefit the country and international society. After completing the specified credits, students are qualified to graduate.

  • The general courses offer a multidisciplinary curriculum to provide a healthy mind and body, develop a rich education and form a profound and broad sense of humanity.
  • Students attain knowledge and techniques that act as a foundation for specialized education.
  • For the specialized courses in a given department, students complete a group of courses systematically, working toward their chosen major in their department, and then are able to use their respective specialties to understand and tackle a variety of issues in modern society.