HUSTEP Course Curriculum Spring Semester (Apr–Aug)


Updated September 2, 2019

  1. Being Young in Super-Ageing Japan
  2. Countries and Cultures
  3. Historical International Experiences
  4. Inviation to Sociology
  5. Contemporary Philosophy (Lecture): Dynamic Epistemic Logic and its Applications
  6. Logic (Seminar): Introduction to Logic
  7. Regional Sciences (Lecture): General Theory of Invasive Alien Species Management
  8. Philosophy (Lecture): Introduction to Enactivism: Moving to Know, Knowing to Move
  9. School Education and Society in Japan
  10. Globalization and Sustainability: Local Knowledge and Diversity
  11. Law, Rights, and Legal Culture
  12. Introduction to Law in English (Civil Law)
  13. Law and Economics Ⅰ
  14. Law and Economics Ⅱ
  15. Calculus Ⅰ
  16. Linear Algebra Ⅰ
  17. General Biology Ⅰ
  18. Physics I
  19. Fundamental of Japanese language and culture to take part in the Inter-university exchange project between IIT and HU
  20. Applied Mathematics for Engineering Mechanics
  21. Introduction to Robotics
  22. Maintenance Engineering
  23. Introduction to Inorganic Materials Science
  24. Strengthening Mechanisms of Materials
  25. Fracture Mechanics of Composite Materials
  26. Computational Solid Mechanics
  27. Soft Matter Physics
  28. Construction Material
  29. Medical Device and Biomaterials
  30. Resources Sustainability
  31. Agriculture in Hokkaido
  32. Theory and Practice of Algorithms
  33. Introduction to Environmental Earth Science
  34. Modern Trends in Physical and Material Chemistry
  35. Modern Trends in Organic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry
  36. Planet Earth and Environmental Footprint
  37. The Truth of Human Language Syntax
  38. Introduction to Japanese Politics
  39. Introduction to Social Theory
  40. Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Japan
  41. Culture I (Theory)
  42. Introduction to Japanese Studies II (Culture)
  43. Regional Revitalization/Tourism Workshop (Urahoro)
  44. Introduction to Japanese History I: Between War and Peace
  45. Mindhacks: Organizing your Resources and Research in the Internet Era
  46. Japanese History (Theory & Practice) I
  47. Intercultural Communication and Language Issues
  48. Practicing Basic Natural Everyday English
  49. Interpersonal Communication
  50. Approaches to Second Language Teaching: Reading and Writing
  51. Practicing Basic Natural Everyday English
  52. Ideas: Discussing Contemporary Social Issues
  53. World Cultures and Anthropology
  54. Practicing Basic Natural Everyday English
  55. Personal Stories and Religion
  56. World Cultures and Anthropology
  57. Theories and Methodologies of Second Language Teaching
  58. How We Learn Languages
  59. Intermediate: Ideas: Discussing Contemporary Social Issues
  60. Indigenous Education
  61. How We Learn Languages
  62. Anthropology: History and Debates
  63. Career Planning
  64. Japanese Management
  65. Integrated Science II 

Updated on   December 16, 2019