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School of Human Science and Environment

Human Science and Environment
The development of holistic human resources that aim at the coexistence of humans and the environment.

The School of Human Science and Environment explores environmental humanics; with a focus on the interrelation of politics, engineering and the environment in human studies. The varied curriculum transcends scientific and humanistic disciplines providing a wide view of related fields. A small class system constituted of ‘basic seminars’ ensures a detailed and in-depth education. Qualifications provided by the school include the national certification for nutritionists, first and second class architecture registration, as well as nutrition, health, and physical education teaching certification. The course work and philosophy of the Graduate School of Human Science and Environment instills in learners a high degree of awareness for the need to create holistic environments.

  • Features of the School of Human Science and Environment
  • Cousolidated Science and liberal art field education
  • Seminar education via small class system
  • Field work education

Graduate School

Graduate School of Human Science and Envrionment

Student Quota

  • Course of Human Science and Environment
  • Master’s program: 60 students (30 students per grade)
  • Doctoral program: 18 students (6 students per grade)

Outline

Location

Himeji Campus for Human Science
1-1-12, Shinzaike-honcho, Himeji, Hyogo

Student Quota

Undergraduate School

School of Human Science and Environment:
810 students (200 students per grade, 5 students to be transferred from the third grade)