Learning in Liberal Arts and Sciences is geared to imparting extensive knowledge and cultivating a flexible and strong mind so that students become the type of human resources that can create a better future.
Students learn various fields of humanities, languages, natural sciences,mathematics, etc. Training in freely using numerical formulas is also indispensable in order to correctly grasp reality and create a new world.
Liberal arts are also an opportunity to cultivate the learning mind.
We lay the foundations for students to continue learning throughout their lives while enriching their own lives and the lives of others.
Teaching Staff and Courses
|Professor/M.ed.||KITAZONO, Yuichi||Health education, Football||Health and physical education|
|Professor/M.A.||KURAKAKE, Tetsuharu||TEFL, e-learning, Developmental Education||English IIIA, IIIB|
|Professor/Ph.D.in Science||SHINOHARA, Manabu||Solar Terrestrial Physics||Physics IA, IB|
|Professor/Ph.D.||SHIMANE, Norihito||Mathematics, General Topology||Fundamental Mathematics A1, A2|
|Professor/Ph.D.in Science||NOZAWA, Hiromasa||Planetary Magnetosphere Physics, Upper Atmosphere Physics||Physics IA, IB, Physics II|
|Professor/Ph.D.in Mathematical Sciences||HAIDA, Minoru||Mathematics, Theory of partial diﬀerential equations||Calculus I, II|
|Professor/M.A.||HOSAKA, Naoyuki||Expressionism，German lyrics，DaF||German, Literatur|
|Professor/Ph.D.in Literature||MATSUDA, Nobuhiko||Japanese Classical Literature, Japanese Mytholog||Contemporary Japanese,
Japanese Language Culture
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.in Engineering||REHMAN, Anis Ur||Information, Science Visual Attention, Bilingualism||English IIIA, IIIB|
|Associate Professor/Master of Mathematical Science||ABEMATSU, Yusuke||Mathematics, Control engineering||Calculus I, II|
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.in Science||IKEDA, Akihiro||Upper Atmosphere Physics, Engineering Education||Physics II, Physics Experiments|
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.in Engineering||KUMAGAI, Hiroshi||Mathematics||Calculus I, II|
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.in Education||SAKAMOTO, Mariko||Second Language Acquisition, textbook analysis||English IA, IB, IIA, IIB, Sci-Tech English|
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.in Literature||TANAKA, Motoki||Japanese classical Literature Written in Prose||JapaneseⅡ, JapaneseⅢ|
|Associate Professor/Master of Physical Education||DOUZONO, Hajime||Sports Management, Badminton||Health and physical education|
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.||MACHI, Taiki||Cultural Anthropology, Religious Studies, Japanese Studies||Ethics, Philosophy, Engineering Ethics|
|Associate Professor/Ph.D.in Science||MATSUURA, Masakuni||Probability Theory||Fundamental Mathematics A1, A2|
|Associate Professor||MIHARA, Megumi||Analytical Chemistry||Chemistry I, Chemistry II|
|Lecturer/M.A.||KUNIYA,Toru||English Education, Conrersation Analysis||English IIA, IIB|
|Lecturer/Ph.D.in Science||SHIBUTA,Satoshi||Solution Chemistry||Chemistry III, IV|
|Lecturer/M.A.||SOYAMA,Kana||English Education, Instructional Design||English IA, IB, English IIIA, IIIB|
|Lecturer/Ph.D.||XIONG, Hualei||Cultural Anthropology, Japanese Studies||Politics and Economy, Politics, Engineering Ethics|
Nonregular employed Staff
|Nonregularly employed Professor/Ph.D.in Engineering||SHIRASAKA, Shigeshi||Linear Algebra A|