Facts

Faculties and Departments, Junior College, Graduate School

Shitennoji University (IBU)
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department of Japanese Studies
  • Department of Global Studies
  • Department of Sociology
  • Major in Health and Social Welfare, Department of Human Welfare
Faculty of Education
  • Department of Education
  • Elementary School and Early Childhood Education Course

  • Junior High School English and Elementary School Education Course

  • Health Education Course

Faculty of Business Administration
  • Department of Business Administration
  • Major in Public Management

  • Major in Corporate Management

Shitennoji University Junior College
  • Department of Child Education
  • Department of Life Navigation
  • Major in Life Design

  • Major in Life Care and Welfare

Shitennoji University Graduate School
  • Major in Human Welfare, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Number of Students (as of May 1, 2017)

Shitennoji University (IBU)

Faculty Men Women Total
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences 992 762 1,754
Faculty of Education 420 702 1,122
Faculty of Business Administration 475 96 571
Total 1,887 1,560 3,447

Shitennoji University Junior College

Faculty Men Women Total
Department of Child Education 2 234 236
Major in Life Design, Department of Life Navigation 1 248 249
Major in Life Care and Welfare, Department of Life Navigation 3 26 29
Total 6 508 514

Shitennoji University Graduate School

Major (Course) Men Women Total
Master's Course in Human Welfare 7 0 7
Doctoral Course in Human Welfare 1 1 2
Total 8 1 9

Number of faculty members

Shitennoji University (IBU)

Faculty  
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences 47
Faculty of Education 42
Faculty of Business Administration 14

Shitennoji University Junior College

Faculty  
Department of Child Education 11
Major in Life Design, Department of Life Navigation 8
Major in Life Care and Welfare, Department of Life Navigation 4

Shitennoji University Graduate School

Major in Human Welfare, School of Humanities and Social Sciences 9

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