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Overview of Academic Programmes

Students participating in NUPACE have a variety of study options open to them. Provided that they meet the academic and linguistic requirements of the classes in question, they may devise individual semester/year-based course loads, freely choosing units from 1) the NUPACE academic programme, 2) G30 international programmes, and 3) regular courses taught in Japanese.

1. NUPACE Academic Programmes


<2015 Autumn>

Japanese Language Programme

Standard Course (1~5 credits) Elementary Japanese I ~ Advanced Japanese (7 levels)
Intensive Course (2~10 credits) Elementary Japanese I ~ Intermediate Japanese II (6 levels)
Other Courses (1~1.5 credits)
Kanji 1000, 2000
Academic Japanese I, III
Business Japanese I, III

Introductory Courses Taught in Japanese

2 credits each          Global Society II <J>
Introduction to Japanese Language and Culture I <J>
Introduction to Japanese Linguistics II <J>
Introduction to Japanese Society and Culture II <J>
Introduction to Linguistics II <J>
Japanese Literature II <J>

Courses in the Student's Major (English Language Programme)

Generally 2 credits each1
Int'l Ed.and Exchange Ctr.
Teaching Practice in the Japanese Community
Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences Career and Life Development I <G>
Independent Thinking and Decision Making
Agricultural Sciences
Agricultural Science
G30 International Program in Applied Biosciences 
Economics
Advanced Income Theory II
Economic Theory and Applications II
International Accounting A
Law and Economics Workshop (two semester course)
G30 International Program in Economics & Business Administration
Engineering
Academic, Scientific, and Technical English
Civil Engineering and Policies for Developing Countries I
Introduction to Civil Engineering and Architecture
Motor Control and Information Processing in the Biological System <G>
Overview of Advanced Electric, Electronic, and Information Engineering
Science and Technology in Japan
Space Electromagnetic Environment <G>
G30 International Program in Automotive Engineering
G30 International Program in Chemical & Biological Engineering
G30 International Program in Physical Science & Engineering
Environmental Studies
Climate Change Policies
Ecosystem Management
Environmental Industry Systems
Planning and Design Studio for Historical Environment <G>
Politics and Diplomacy in the International Environment <G>
Studio Workshop of Architecture Design <G>
Sustainability and Environmental Studies
Water and Waste Engineering
Information Science
Advanced Lectures on Quantum Information
International Development
Educational Development Planning and Evaluation
Human Security and Law
Japan's Development Experience
Law and Development Studies
Lecture on International Development 1: International migration theory
Languages & Cultures Topics in Geography & Culture 1: Ameriglish as a tool for understanding American culture
G30 International Program in Comparative Studies of language & Culture
Law
Comparative Studies in Jurisprudence II: Uses of the public sphere
Introduction to Private International Law
Professional Studies in International Human Rights Law: Human rights and refugee law
Special Lecture and Seminar: Workshop on international negotiation
Special Lecture and Seminar: Yomiuri Shimbun - comparative Asian corporate theory
Studies in Jurisprudence: Law as political theory II
G30 International Program in Law & Political Science
Letters
Japanese Culture and Communication II
G30 International Program in Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies
Mathematics
Perspectives in Mathematical Sciences II, IV
Medicine
Basic Research Laboratory Experience
Clinical Practice (Clerkships)
Public Health Research Laboratory Experience
Science
Advanced Quantum Chemistry
G30 International Program in Biological Science
G30 International Program in Chemistry
G30 International Program in Physics

Other
Guided Independent Study (GIS)



<2016 Spring>

Japanese Language Programme

Standard Course (1~5 credits) Elementary Japanese I ~ Advanced Japanese (7 levels)
Intensive Course (2~10 credits) Elementary Japanese I ~ Intermediate Japanese II (6 levels)
Other Courses (1~1.5 credits)
Kanji 1000, 2000
Academic Japanese II, IV
Business Japanese II, IV

Introductory Courses Taught in Japanese

2 credits each          Global Society II <J>
Introduction to Japanese Language and Culture I <J>
Introduction to Japanese Linguistics II <J>
Introduction to Japanese Society and Culture II <J>
Introduction to Linguistics II <J>
Japanese Literature II <J>

Courses in the Student's Major (English Language Programme)

Generally 2 credits each
Int'l Ed. and Exchange Ctr.
Contemporary Japanese Society
Disney as Cultural Teacher
Immigration in Japan: Law, politics, and society
Independent Thinking and Decision Making
Introduction to Japanese Politics
Teaching Practice in the Japanese Community
Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences Career and Life Development <G>
Economics
Advanced Income Theory I
Development Economics
Economic Theory and Applications I
Financial Accounting A
Introduction to Global Management
Law and Economics Workshop (two semester course
G30 International Program in Economics & Business Administration
Agricultural Sciences G30 International Program in Applied Biosciences 
Education
Education in Japan
Engineering
Introduction to Applied Physics, Materials and Energy Engineering
Introduction to Chemical and Biological Industries
Introduction to Production Engineering
G30 International Program in Automotive Engineering
G30 International Program in Chemical & Biological Engineering
G30 International Program in Physical Science & Engineering
Environmental Studies
English Communication in Environmental Issues
Environmental Systems Analysis and Planning
Field Seminar on Environmental Studies
Low Carbon Cities Studies
Water and Waste Management Policies
International Development
Educational Development and Co-operation
International Co-operation Law
Introduction to International Development
Languages & Cultures Topics in Geography & Culture 1: A critical look into multiculturalism in the U.S.
G30 International Program in Comparative Studies of language & Culture
Law
Comparative Studies in Constitutional Law: Outline of the modern constitution
Comparative Studies in Criminal Law: Development of national criminal law (Intensive)
Comparative Studies in Jurisprudence I: The law and its personnel
International Politics
Professional Studies in Int'l Economic Law II: Problems of int'l economic law
Professional Studies in International Law: Introduction to international law
Seminar on Private Int'l Law: Introduction to int'l commercial arbitration
Studies in Jurisprudence: Law as political theory I
G30 International Program in Law & Political Science
Letters
Japanese Culture and Communication I
G30 International Program in Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies
Mathematics
Perspectives in Mathematical Sciences II, IV
Medicine
Basic Research Laboratory Experience
Clinical Practice (Clerkships)
Public Health Research Laboratory Experience
Science
Advanced Quantum Chemistry
G30 International Program in Biological Science
G30 International Program in Chemistry
G30 International Program in Physics
Other
Guided Independent Study (GIS)



2. ADDITIONAL COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

As of autumn 2013, Nagoya University has opened six undergraduate and seven graduate degree programmes taught entirely in English, known as the "Nagoya University Global 30 International Programmes", or simply "G30 Programmes". Courses comprising the G30 programmes are, in principle, open to exchange students, and a large number of NUPACE students are taking advantage of the opportunity to register for them.

Website for G30 programmes: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/

NB. Irrespective of whether they wish to register for G30 courses, applicants to the NUPACE student exchange programme should apply directly to the NUPACE Office, following procedures laid down in this prospectus and on the programme website, viewable at http://www.ecis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/nupace/. G30 programme admission requirements and procedures do NOT apply to exchange students.


<Undergraduate Programmes>
Information on undergraduate G30 programmes:
http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/

Where syllabi are available online, the relevant URLs are listed underneath the programme concerned.

Automotive Engineering
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/features/automotive_engineering_program.html
Biological Sciences
- Biological Science
- Applied Biosciences
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/features/biological_science_program.html
Chemistry
- Chemistry
- Chemical and Biological Engineering
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/features/chemistry_program.html
Fundamental and Applied Physics

- Physics
- Physical Science and Engineering
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/features/fundamental_and_applied_physics_program.html
Social Sciences
- Law and Political Science
- Economics and Business Administration
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/features/social_sciences.html
Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies

- Modern Literature
- Cinema
- Modern History
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/features/Japan-in-Asia_Cultural_Studies_Program.html


<Graduate Programmes>
Detailed information on graduate G30 programmes: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/graduate/

Information on laboratories and research groups http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/graduate/laboratories_groups.html

Where syllabi are available online, the relevant URLs are listed underneath the programme concerned

Graduate School of Science
Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences
School of Medicine
Biological and Bioagricultural Sciences
Graduate School of Science
Graduate School of Engineering
Chemistry
Graduate School of Letters
Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies
Graduate School of Languages and Cultures
Comparative Studies of Language and Culture
URL: http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/graduate/programs_graduate/Comparative_Studies_of_Language.html
Graduate School of Economics
Economics and Business Administration
Graduate School of Medicine Medical Science
Graduate School of Science
Graduate School of Mathematics
Physics and Mathematics


3. COURSES TAUGHT IN JAPANESE
 
   (Courses in the Student's Major)


Students participating in NUPACE are eligible to register for most courses offered to degree-seeking students at Nagoya University, provided that they have a suitable academic background and possess level N1 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). Access to online information on individual schools and departments is available at http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/about-nu/org/sch-list/.

The following is a list of Nagoya University's schools and corresponding departments:

<Undergraduate Programmes>

Agricultural Sciences
Applied Biosciences; Bioresource Sciences; Bioenvironmental Sciences
URL: http://www.agr.nagoya-u.ac.jp/agricultural/agc-program.html
Economics
Theoretical Economics; Applied Economics; Corporate Management; Information Accounting
URL: http://www.soec.nagoya-u.ac.jp/htm/under_gr/school.html      
Education
Lifelong Education and Development; School Education and Information Science; International Education and Culture; Human Psychology; Counselling and Psychotherapy            
URL: http://www.educa.nagoya-u.ac.jp/school/index.html
Engineering   

Chemical and Biological Engineering; Civil Engineering and Architecture; Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering; Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering; Physical Science and Engineering 
URL: http://www.engg.nagoya-u.ac.jp/school/index.html
Informatics & Sciences Natural Science Informatics (Environmental Materials; Complex Studies; Mathematical Science)       
Social and Human Science Informatics (Sociological-Geographical Studies of Environment; Juristic and Economic Studies of Environment; Psychology; Society and Media Studies)    
URL: http://www.sis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/aboutsis/gakka.html
Law
Fundamental Positive Law; Fundamental Political Science; Contemporary Legal Disciplines; Dispute Settlement Law; Business Economics Law; Public Policy; International Relations; Legal and Administrative Informatics 
URL: http://www.law.nagoya-u.ac.jp/ug/curri.html
Letters
Philosophy and Civilisation Theory; History and Cultural History; Literature and Linguistics; Environmental and Behavioural Science  URL: http://www.lit.nagoya-u.ac.jp/education/syllabus/
Medicine
Medicine       
Health Sciences (Medical Technology; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Physical Therapy; Radiological Technology)         
URL: http://www.med.nagoya-u.ac.jp/medical/1804/index.html (medicine)
http://www.met.nagoya-u.ac.jp/SCHOOL/kyoiku.html (health sciences)
Science

Biological Science; Chemistry; Earth and Planetary Sciences; Mathematics; Physics      
URL: http://www.sci.nagoya-u.ac.jp/about/rigaku.html   


<Graduate Programmes>

Bioagricultural Sciences
Applied Molecular Biosciences; Bioengineering Sciences; Biological Mechanisms and Functions; Biosphere Resources Science
URL: http://www.agr.nagoya-u.ac.jp/graduate-school/grsc-4major.html
Economics
Analysis of Markets and Institutions; Socio-economic Analysis; Analysis of the System of Policy Making; Socio-Environmental System; Corporate System; Management Innovation; Creation of Information
URL: http://www.soec.nagoya-u.ac.jp/htm/graduate/grad_sch.html
Educ. and Human Development
Lifelong Education and Development; School Education and Information Sciences; Foundations of Education and Human Development; Higher Education; Sports Science for Lifelong Physical Activity; Psychological Sciences; Human Development and Clinical Psychology; Sports Behavioural Sciences
URL: http://www.educa.nagoya-u.ac.jp/graduate/index.html
Engineering   

Aerospace Engineering; Applied Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; Civil Engineering; Computational Science and Engineering; Crystalline Materials Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Energy Engineering and Science; Materials, Physics and Energy Engineering; Mechanical Science and Engineering; Micro-Nano Systems Engineering; Molecular Design and Engineering; Quantum Engineering
URL: http://www.engg.nagoya-u.ac.jp/graduate/index.html
Environmental Studies Earth and Environmental Sciences; Environmental Engineering and Architecture; Social and Human Environment
URL: http://www.env.nagoya-u.ac.jp/syllabus/cur/syllabus.php
Information Science Complex Systems Science; Computer Science and Mathematical Informatics; Information Engineering; Media Science; Systems and Social Informatics
URL: http://www.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp/intro/dept.html
International Development
International Communication; International Co-operation Studies; International Development
URL: http://www.gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp/global/faculty/index.html
Languages & Cultures
Japanese Language & Culture; Multicultural Studies
URL: http://www.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/koza.html
Law
Core Law and Political Science; Contemporary legal Systems; International Comparative and Political Science; Asian Law and Political Science
URL: http://www.law.nagoya-u.ac.jp/gs/index.html
Letters
Art History and Archaeology; Comparative Studies of Humanities; Japanese Culture; Japanese History; Japanese Literature and Linguistics; Linguistics; Oriental History; Philosophy; Western Literature and Linguistics; World History
URL: http://www.lit.nagoya-u.ac.jp/outline/graduate/
Mathematics
Mathematics
URL: http://www.math.nagoya-u.ac.jp/ja/admission/2013/research.html
Medicine
Cell Information Medicine; Function Construction Medicine; Health and Community Medicine; Integrated Molecular Medicine; Medical Science/Medical Administration; Nursing; Radiological and Medical Laboratory Sciences; Physical and Occupational Therapy
URL: http://www.med.nagoya-u.ac.jp/medical/1854/igakuhakushikatei.html (medicine)
URL: http://www.met.nagoya-u.ac.jp/NAVI/entrance-g.html (health sciences)
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmaceutical Sciences
URL: http://www.ps.nagoya-u.ac.jp/education/
Science

Biological Science; Material Science; Particle and Astrophysical Science
URL: http://www.sci.nagoya-u.ac.jp/graduate/rigaku.html



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