Introductory and General Subjects
The Introductory Subjects can be taken during any given academic year from the 1st to 4th year. The subjects are classified into the five subject groups: "Christian Studies," "Basic Studies," "Practical Learning," "Career Designing," and "Literacy Activities." "Christian Studies" discuss various aspects of Christianity. "Basic Studies" covers the basics of various academic fields. "Practical Learning" focuses on deepening the understanding of modern society through experience gained from training and volunteer activities. "Career Designing" helps students design a career in order to help them become productive members of society by being self-reliant women. "Literacy Activities" relates to projects that encourage literacy.
Of all Introductory Subjects, the "Christianity" subject group is the only compulsory course (four credits). "Christianity" allows students to study the ideology and history of Christianity, which underlines the fundamental philosophy of this university, and the relationship between Christianity and other religions. Students in this subject group are expected to participate in volunteer activities, visit the various sites of social activities where the Christian philosophy is put into practice so that students can discuss and learn about the relationship between Christianity and modern society based on their experiences.
The "Basic Studies" subject group, where students study the fundamentals of all main academic disciplines, includes "Philosophy," which discusses the meaning of human existence, "Literature" and "Music" covering arts and culture, and "Law" and "Economics" focusing on the basics of social sciences.
The "Practical Learning" subject group, which has a variety of practicum for students to experience, offers courses such as "Information Literacy" focusing on computer technology and "Health and Sport" covering sporting techniques.