The Faculty of Psychology
- Department of Psychology (2023 enrollment limit: 150 students) Established in 2018
The Faculty is dedicated to providing students with a broad range of knowledge and problem-solving skills by offering courses in psychology, a living social discipline, in the form of practical knowledge useful in a variety of settings and through a curriculum that prepares students to become licensed psychologists under Japan’s first official qualification in psychology.
Developing a Comprehensive, Multifaceted Understanding of the Human Psyche
Training Students for a Range of Social Careers through Practical Learning
Well-equipped Facilities and a Regional Network
Department of Psychology
The Department of Psychology is dedicated to preparing its students for a wide variety of careers through a program that provides a carefully-calibrated balance of studies in a broad range of subject areas that present psychology as a living social discipline. The curriculum prepares students to take the licensed psychologist examination and paves the way for them to continue their studies at the graduate level, leading to a specialized career in psychology.
Experiencing connections between psychology and society
The Manabee Parenting Salon Encouraging parents and children living nearby to visit the campus
The Faculty’s playroom, located in Kobe’s Nishi Ward (home to numerous families with children), is open to the community. Students and faculty members offer a special program once a week.
Learning cutting-edge fields from active doctors
The Faculty of Psychology also has faculty members who are active as doctors. These professionals can tap into the knowledge they have gained from treating patients on a daily basis to teach their students about the latest developments in the field.
Clinical Psychology Counseling Center
The University opened the Clinical Psychology Counseling Center in 2007 to help those dealing with interpersonal relationship difficulties at school, work, and home. Full-time intake workers and counselors help local residents maintain their emotional health, while graduate students gain practical experience by offering psychological counseling.
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