Center for Education in General Studies
Nourishing people of culture with a wide range of knowledge
The Center for Education in General Studies offers students subjects of Basic Course for General Studeis that are common to all faculties and departments and that can be used by those who want to learn other fields of specialty besides their primary one. According to their purposes or interests, students choose one from the courses that the Center offers and equip themeselves as people of culture to solve many problems by acquiring basic knowledge and ideas out of their own field of specialty. Though these subjects of Basic Course for General Studies students give themselves multiple viewpoints, nourish flexible thinking and expand their future capabilities.
|Name||Title||Field of Research||Subject of Research|
|YAMASAKI, Shunsuke||Professor||Coaching（Judo）||Especially for the analysis of safety of "UKEMI" and research of existing state of World Judo.|
|FURUTA, Kiyokazu||Professor||Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping, Education of accounts||Unification of accounting and auditing, Practical accounts|
|HATOGAI, Koichi||Professor||Educational Technology, Information Science||Study of educational methods by means of multi-media technology.
Methodological study of computer literacy and information science education.
Study of management for distributed information systems.
|NISHIKAWA, Kohei||Professor||Organization Development,
Organizational Behavior,Human Resource Development,Turnaround Management
|1) Building the conceptual theries of OD
2) Building the practical theories of OD
3) Understanding the human dynamics of action research processes
|KO, Yong-Soo||Professor||Asian economy||Comparative Studies of Big Business Groups of South Korea|
|KATSURA, Yutaka||Professor||Majoring Coaching(Soccer) , Motion analysis||Coaching techniques of soccer(especially for youth） movement; analysis soccer|
|IKARUGI, Chikako||Professor||Sport History||Study of Badminton History in Late 19th to mid-20th century, Study of the internationalization of sport|
|UMEMOTO, Yoshimasa||Professor||Commercial law, Corporation Law, Securities Regulation||regulatory architecture of the modern market and insider trading law|
|YOSHIKAWA, Ayumi||Professor||Fuzzy theory, Subjective information processing||Analysis of subjectivity, vagueness, fuzziness, ambiguity, non-linearity and intuition in human information processing and its application for solving real-world problems|
|MIZUSAWA, Katsuko||Professor||Sports medicine, Volleyball, Yoga, Pilates||Research of athletic training on college athletes: the prevention and the athletic rehabilitation of sport injuries.|
|ITO, Koji||Professor||Coaching（Athletics）||Instruction and Motion Analysis in Track and Field.|
|SOGABE, Akitoshi||Professor||Sports Medicine, Training Science, Human Growth and Development, Sports Policy, Budo Theory.||Development of the training method according to the characteristic. A study of muscle activity and skeletal motion by the different of knee alignment from electromyographic, kinetic and kinematic analysis. Influence of Budo on human development.|
|KUBO, Haruka||Professor||Public Administration, Environmental Policy||1) Research on environmental policy process and governance; interlinkage between international and domestic politics, role of knowledge in policy process, and comparative analysis of environmental protection agencies.
2) Research on community engagement and local authority.
|SHIMIZU, Tokiyo||Professor||Civil law, Family law||Japanese and German comparative study of private and public assistance, long-term care insurance, adult guardianship, inheritance|
|Higher Education Policy,EU Legal Studies, International Relations||1) Comparative Studies of Higher Education Policies in Member States of EU.
2) Brexit and future of Single Market.
|Civil law||Law of Set-off|
|Theory of sport movement and behaviour, Lifetime sports, Coaching (Artistic Gymnastics)||Theory of sport movement and behavior, Lifetime sports, Methodology of artistic gymnastics|
|e-learning system||1) Modeling of the students' scenario on e-Learning courses.
2) Development of a mathematical formula scoring system.
|CHIBA, Mihoko||Lecturer||Higher Education, History||Measuring Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education Muscovite Russia (16th and Early 17th Century)
|MIYAGAWA, Kimiko||Specially Appointed Professor||Clinical Psychology, Sandplay Therapy||1) Evidential study on sandplay therapy
2) Fundamental study on some sandplay expressions of elderly people
3) Study on psychological process and developmental theme for elderly people
4) Research on clinical psychological support for non-attendance student
|HASEGAWA, Takehiko||Specially Appointed Professor||Library and information science||Study of the organization and administration of a library and of its technical, informational, and reference services|
|TAKEDA, Yoshihisa||Specially Appointed Associate Professor||Career design||1) Active learning
|OKAMURA, Kozue||Specially Appointed Associate Professor||Non-Profit Activities, Citizen Participation, Regional Cooperation||1) Study of Non-Profit Organizations for Citizen Participation in Public Services
2) Study of Social Participation Programs through Industry-University and Public-Private Coordination
|NISHIURA, Taro||Specially Appointed Associate Professor||Student counseling, Clinical Psychology, International students in Japan||Counseling and Consultation in Japanese universities, Organizational assistance for international students, Mentality of Japanese returnees|
|YAMAMOTO, Shari||Lecturer||Global Education||Research on self-access learning centers and active learning in higher education|