The Faculty of Psychology
- Department of Psychology (2019 enrollment limit: 150 students) Established in 2018
The Faculty is dedicated to endowing students with a broad range of knowledge and problem-solving abilities by offering studies in psychology as a living social discipline in the form of practical knowledge that is useful in a variety of workplaces and by providing a curriculum that prepares students to become certified 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 regional network.
Department of Psychology
The Department of Psychology is dedicated to preparing students for careers in a variety of occupations through a program that exposes them to a carefully calibrated balance of studies in a broad range of psychology-related subject areas in order to present psychology as a living social discipline. In addition, it provides a curriculum that prepares students to take the examination to become licensed psychologists, paving the way for them to continue their studies at the graduate level on the way to a specialized career in psychology.
Experiencing connections between society and psychology
Launching Manabee Parenting Salon to encourage parents and children living nearby to visit the campus
The Faculty’s playroom in Kobe City’s Nishi Ward,home to numerous families with children, is open to the community. A special program is offered by students and faculty members once a week.
Learning about neuroscience from physicians who are active in the field
The Faculty of Psychology counts as faculty members a number of physicians who work as neurologists and psychiatrists. These professionals are able to tapthe knowledge they gain from treating patients on adaily basis to teach students about the latest developments in the field.
Clinical Psychology Counseling Center
The University opened the Clinical Psychology Counseling Center in 2007 to help people deal with problems and concerns related to interpersonal relationships at school, work, and home. Full-time intake workers and counselors help local residents maintain emotional health, while graduate students offer psychological counseling as a way to gain practical experience.
More detailed information is available in the Faculty of Psychology’s magazine.
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