The educational principle of the School of Health Studies, which was established in April 2018, is to foster personnel who will support a future society where everyone can lead healthy lives. There is not just one way to solve the various challenges facing Japan due to the unprecedented rapid aging of its society. There are various approaches. In the School of Health Studies, students will obtain specialized scientific evidence-based knowledge and skills related to food/nutrition, exercise and mental health. At the same time, students will develop management skills drawing from the social sciences, such as community social work, sociology, and economics. From individuals, families and regions, to society and the world - we look forward to meeting students who can face the health issues that span all these groups and generate solutions.
In order to resolve the various issues that Japan faces due to its aging population, students will acquire a broad knowledge base that goes beyond physical health to include mental health, societal health, and economic health. Students will also develop the networking and management skills essential for partnering with local communities and various organizations.
People who have a sufficient level of basic academic skills and are able to acquire the knowledge necessary to fulfill the degree requirements designated by the School of Health Studies, Department of Health Management.
 Knowledge / Skills
 Critical Thinking / Decision-making / Communication
Students should be able to apply knowledge/skills from both humanities and scientific subjects as well as communicate about both fields in an integrated manner.
 The Attitude to Learn Collaboratively with Others
Students should have the initiative to learn by understanding a diversity of viewpoints, building positive relationships, challenging themselves, and persevering through disappointments to achieve their goals.