日本語第一 / Japanese 1
日本語第二 / Japanese 2
日本語第三 / Japanese 3
日本語第四 / Japanese 4
日本語第九(GSEP) / Japanese 9(GSEP)
日本文化演習:適応 /  Japanese Culture : Adaptation


中級日本語5 / Intermediate Japanese 5
中級日本語6 / Intermediate Japanese 6
日本語研修コースA2(集中コース) 2QA / Intensive Japanese Course A2 2QA
日本語研修コースA2(集中コース) 4QA / Intensive Japanese Course A2 4QA 
日本文化演習1 : ことばと文化 / Japanese Culture 1: Strategic approach to Japanese and culture


教養特論:多文化共生論 / Special Lecture :Social and Cultural Diversity
教養特論:言語と文化 / Special Lecture : Language and Culture
言語学B / Linguistics B


認知・数理・情報分野特論F1B / Graduate Lecture in Cognition, Mathematics and Information F1B (Second language acquisition)
認知・数理・情報分野方法論F1 /Graduate Methodologies in Cognition, Mathematics and Information F1
社会・人間科学プロジェクトS1 / Translational Project in Social and Human Sciences S1


日本文化演習:適応   Japanese Culture : Adaptation


This is a Japanese culture course intended for first-year international undergraduate students. The aim of this course is to enable students to obtain and summarize information delivered through large-scale lectures and to participate in group work, for these abilities are indispensable for Tokyo Tech Visionary Project. Using the concept of intercultural communication and methodology, this course will also help students acquire a point of view which is essential in order to live harmoniously with people with different languages and cultures. In addition to lectures, students will take part in group work and discussions to acquire both knowledge and experiences, which can be used as communication skills on practical situations.

教養特論:多文化共生論  Special Lecture :Social and Cultural Diversity


In this class students will learn about Japan’s situation moving towards an increasingly multicultural society. Students will also learn what a “diverse society” is, and what is needed to live in such a society.
Cases in other countries with various cultures, ethnics and religions will also be covered. This class also aims on gaining abilities to communicate with people with different backgrounds and culture by working in groups and discussing, using concept and methodology of cross-cultural communication.

教養特論:言語と文化   Special Lecture : Language and Culture


This course offers opportunities to help students to be interested in language and linguistics as a preliminary and introductory course provided before the course series of Linguistics A, B and C. In each class one problem are raised from three branches of linguistics for initiating students’ interest in language through discussion and practice. During the sessions for applied linguistics, the phenomenon of second language acquisition and second language learning are discussed. During the course for phonetics and phonology, students examine how the sounds of language are described by practically uttering each sound of Japanese. The session for semantics deals with delicate issues such as arbitrariness and fictive motion.
This course aims to let students acquire preliminary insights into the theory and practice of language, prepare for the subsequent learning of the relevant courses on linguistics, and take the initial steps in the language sciences which are more systematic and comprehensive.

言語学B   Linguistics B


This course examines areas related to syntax and semantics in linguistics, and pedagogical areas in applied linguistics by solving specific problems related to grammatical examples. This course also introduces research methods. We will discuss some issues relating to them in your group.
The literature documents, figures, sound sources, and video materials relating to the above will be introduced to explore your linguistic insights.

認知・数理・情報分野特論F1B   Graduate Lecture in Cognition, Mathematics and Information F1B


This course aims to provide basic knowledge of second language acquisition (SLA) and language learning. Students will learn the concept definition of second language acquisition, language aptitude, individual factors of learners, motivation theory in learning, the method of SLA, and evaluation of learning outcomes by using Japanese language education method. Students will gain the concept of SLA through lectures, reading, discussions, group work and problem solving exercises in class. This course will also provide an opportunity to look back on each individual’s foreign language learning experience and consider an effective way of language learning.