The Department of Social Welfare aims to nurture social work experts who possess the practical ability to prevent and respond a wide range of social issues coming along with the future Aging Society. We are responding to these trends by offering a wide range of basic and advanced social work courses which prepare our graduates to deal with complex needs in diverse human service settings. A variety of on-site experiences at welfare institutions and facilities supplements our academics, adding a practical, hands-on dimension. Furthermore, multidisciplinary curriculums have been established by policy experts, researchers, organization and consultants, and professional practitioners.
The Department of Counseling Psychology aims to prepare students for careers in professional counseling so that they contribute to sustainable development. For the purpose to achieve, the department has been nurturing graduates with creative counseling skills who possess all that is necessary to assist people struggling with various forms of psychological stress and conflict within human relationships along with specialized education goals of generating professional counselor in a society of low birthrate and high aging. Special programs (TRACK) are also producing outstanding counseling professionals in both all-around and corresponding fields.