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Doshisha University

Doshisha University(What are you doing?English: Doshisha University) IsKyotoKyoto CityKamigyo WardImadegawa-doriHeadquartered at 601 Karasuma Higashiiri GenbuchoJapan OfPrivate universities.1920 Was installed in.

Overview

Whole university

The source of Doshisha University is1875 (Meiji8 years),京都-YamashiroOpened to the land of "GovernmentDoshisha English School"private schoolAndSix major educators of the Meiji eraIs one ofChrist protestantismReformed churchCongregational(CalvinismProtestantCongregational)ofPuritanwasNiijimaIs a learning building founded by[1].1920 (Taisho9 years) at the oldest stage of Japanese private universitiesUniversity decreeIt became a university based on (For details, seeOld universityreference).It is a large-scale university with two school sites in Kyoto Prefecture, currently with 2 faculties, 14 graduate schools (graduate schools), and approximately 16 students.

From the background of being established as Doshisha AcademyInternationalizationIs being actively promoted.Ministry of educationStipulated byGlobal 30[2]It is one of the 13 universities selected for the "Project for Establishing Internationalization Bases (Project for Establishing Networks for Internationalization of Universities)") and has received the highest evaluation (S) as an ex-post evaluation.

RiceAmherst College13 includingLiberal Arts CollegeWas established at the university in 1972.Associated Kyoto ProgramThere is an institution called (AKP)[3]Has produced about 1,450 international students[4]..Also, riceStanford UniversityAs a center operated by[5], Rice in 1989Ivy league14 universities, including Doshisha University, study Japanese culture based at Doshisha UniversityKyoto American University Consortium(KCJS) were installed respectively[6]..The Stanford Japan Center operates separately from AKP and KCJS.

In generalschool songDoshisha College Song, which is recognized as, is one of the Ivy League schools mentioned above.Yale UniversitySchool Song Bright College Yale (Bright College Years) And the same melody.However, the Yale University song1881 Whereas it was written in, Doshisha University1908 Is[7]..This melody was originallyGermanyThe military song "Line protection(Also, "university song" has been enacted as a Japanese school song, and this isKitahara White AutumnLyrics,Yamada KosakuIt is composed).

Exchanges with universities outside the United States are also active,HegelAnd Kepler in GermanyUniversity of Tubingen1993 Established Doshisha Japan Research Center, Doshisha University, Tubingen University[8][9].EuropeCurrently, only Tubingen University has its own center in Japanese universities.In recent years, Doshisha University has also set up an EU campus at the University of Tubingen, making it a base for research activities in Europe.[10].

The number of universities that have signed inter-university agreements is 46 universities in 192 countries, and the number of universities that have signed inter-faculty / graduate agreements is 41 institutions in 163 countries (both).2019 [11]..In addition, student exchange agreements have been concluded with 34 universities in 145 countries (regions) (2018 [12].

In creating Doshisha Academy, the predecessor of the university, NiijimaThe United States of AmericaAn overseas missionary organization of the union faction inAmerican boardWith the help of[13]..However, Doshisha Universityキ リ ス ト 教Not a university whose main aim is to spread the word (not "Christianity")"Christian" schoolIs explained[14].

University student co-op

The University Co-op at our university1898 In (Meiji 31), he was a faculty member of this university at that time.Isoo AbeIt is an organization that started with Japan's first student consumer union formed byUniversity student co-opas well as the Doshisha Co-opchecking).

Financial relations

Ltd.Rating and Investment Information, Inc.According to (R & I), the management situation is rated as "AA + (double A plus), the direction is stable" (Waseda University has received the same evaluation as a whole Japanese school corporation). ..However, according to the university, the acquisition and maintenance of full-scale acquisition is not aimed at raising funds from off-campus ([1]).

The on-campus budget has announced that the total income is around 432 million yen and the total expenditure is 4100 million yen (FY431).[2].

Founding spirit and educational philosophy

 Doshisha's founding spirit is "conscience education" based on the Christian spirit.that is,"Intention to establish Doshisha UniversityAs shown in "", Neesima set out to develop "a person who manages his conscience skillfully" when he founded the school.Don't be biased towards knowledge educationキ リ ス ト 教based on"TokuikuBy proceeding in parallel, "conscienceI wanted to produce people who were "filled with their whole body."[15].

 At Doshisha University, "Christianism," "liberalism," and "internationalism" are to inherit and realize Doshisha's education, which began to train people who can be called "the conscience of a country." Is the educational philosophy of Doshisha University, and we are practicing educational activities based on these principles.[16].

History

Biography

1875 ToNiijimaFounded byDoshisha English SchoolA university whose predecessor is. 1920, the first time at a private university in western JapanUniversity decreebased onOld universityIt became.

Chronological Table

(The main source of the chronological table is the official website[17]

1874
(Meiji7 years)
  • 10 month - Niijima,American board65th Annual Meeting (VermontRatland) And expressed his intention to establish a Christian university in Japan. Get a $ 5 donation[18].
  • November-Joseima Niijima returns to Japan.
1875
  • January-Joseima Niijima aims to establish a school in Osaka, but governorNoboru WatanabeAbandoned due to opposition.
  • April-Entering Niijima Kyoto, Governor of the prefectureMasanano Makimura, Prefectural adviserYamamotoAppeal to establish a school and get approval.
  • August-By the association of both Niijima and YamamotoDoshishaNamed "Private school opening request"Governor of KyotoSubmitted to (approved on September 9)[19].
  • 11 month - Kamigyo Ward, KyotoTeramachi-dori Marutamachi Kameru Matsukage-cho's former Takamatsu residence is used as a temporary school buildingDoshisha English SchoolTo open a school[18]..Two faculty members (with Niijima)JD Davis), 8 students.
1876
1877
1879
  • June-Held the first graduation ceremony of Doshisha Academy[Note 1].
1880
  • April-During the morning assembly, the principal feels responsible for violating the school rules and whips himself (a cane case of self-responsibility)[18].
1883
1884
  • May-Printed and distributed "Meiji Vocational School Establishment Purpose" and "Doshisha Academy Establishment Cleanup".
  • September-Completion of Shoeikan.
1885
  • December-Formed alumni association[21].
1886
  • June-Completion of the chapel and a dedication ceremony.
  • December --Abolished the English school extra department and established a theology department (English theology department, Japanese language theology department).
  • In SendaiToka SchoolEstablished (closed in 1892).
1887
  • March-First issue of "Doshisha Literary Magazine" (until issue 3 of 1895)[Note 2].
  • August --Established Doshisha Preparatory School (abolished in 8)[18].
  • November-Completion of the book building (currently the final building).Medical schoolAs part of the concept, Doshisha HospitalKyoto Nursing SchoolFounded.
1888
1889
  • September --Renamed Doshisha Academy to Doshisha Preparatory School, Doshisha Ordinary School, and Doshisha Theological Seminary.
  • November-Joseima Niijima collapsed during the Maebashi speech, at the end of DecemberOisoThe disease worsens even though he is treated at the Hyakushiya Ryokan[18].
1890
  • January 1-Joseima Niijima died due to acute peritonitis.Buried on the young prince of Higashiyama, Kyoto[18].
  • July-Completion of the Rikagakukan with a $ 7 donation for science education from JN Harris
  • September --Doshisha Harisu Rika School opens.
1891
  • May-Published "Doshisha Theological Series" (until the 5th edition in 1895)[23].
  • 9 month - Doshisha Political Law SchoolOpened school.Established Department of Political Science and Department of Science.
1892
  • 3 month - Hiromichi KozakiBecame the second president and principal[18].
  • June --Renamed Doshisha Harisu Science School to Doshisha Harisu Science School.
1893
  • June-Established a religious museum in the seminary[24].
  • October-Established Doshisha emblem.
  • November --Completion of Theology Hall (currently Clarke Memorial Hall).
  • Niijima Memorial Library opened[25].
1895
  • October --A national controversy between Christianity and the spirit of the Imperial Rescript on Education spreads within Doshisha and spreads to internal conflict between missionaries and Japanese teachers.[18].
1896
  • April --Renamed Doshisha Ordinary School to Doshisha Higher Ordinary School.
  • 8 month - American boardForeign missionaries withdraw from Doshisha due to worsening relations with[26](Returned in 1900)[27].
1897
  • 4 month - Tokio YokoiBecame the 3rd president[28].
  • September --Renamed Doshisha High School to Doshisha High School, Doshisha University School of Law, Doshisha University School of Law, and Doshisha University School of Science to Doshisha University School of Science.
1898
  • February-To get the benefits of conscription graceDoshisha CodeWas revised, and it was confused by inviting great opposition from alumni and related parties.
  • December-Taking responsibility for the confusion, all employees including President Yokoi resigned[28].
  • Isoo AbeDue toDoshisha Consumers' Co-opFormation[Note 3].
1899
1900
  • July-JD Davis as a foreign company friend elected directorDC green, GE Albrecht inaugurated[31].
1902
  • 3 month - Kenkichi KataokaBecame the 5th president and principal (eternal sleep in September of the following year)[28].
1904
  • August 3- Vocational school ordinanceEstablished Doshisha Vocational School (integrated Doshisha High School Bunka School and Doshisha High School Harisu Science School).Doshisha High School Political Law School abolished.
  • March 3-Established Doshisha Academy by vocational school ordinance.
  • August 3- Kotaro ShimomuraBecame the second president and principal[28].
1905
  • January-First issue of "Doshisha Shimbun" (later renamed "Doshisha Time Signal", until issue 1 in 1927)[32].
1906
  • May --Doshisha Hospital / Kyoto Nursing School closed.
1907
  • 1 month - Harada TasukuBecame president and concurrently serves as principal in March[28].
  • April-Formed Doshisha Maintenance Association.
  • May-the lateNiijima, From the Imperial Education SocietySix major educatorsHonored as one of the.
1909
  • April-Doshisha College Song established[33].
  • December-As "one of the outstanding private schools in terms of educational achievement" from the Imperial Education SocietyKeio,Waseda,Meiji,Center,Special trainingWill be commended with[34].
1912
(Meiji 45 /TaishoFirst year)
  • February-Approved the merger of a vocational school and a seminary and the name change to a university.
  • 4 month - Vocational school ordinanceOpened Doshisha University (1 and a half years of preparatory course, 3 years of main course).Established Faculty of Theology, Faculty of Political Economy, and Department of English[35].
1913
  • October-Certified secondary teacher non-examination certification for English graduates[36].
1916
  • January-The president is appointed and the president concurrently serves as the president (the dual-role system is abolished the following year).
  • March --Completion of the university classroom Chienkan.
1917
1918
  • August-Preparatory courseTraining periodTo 2 years[38].
  • June-PresidentPresidentIs renamed.
  • October-Headquarters organization will be a five-part system consisting of headquarters, university, junior high school, girls' school, and library.
1919
  • January-President Harada resigns.Eisuke NakamuraWill be handled by the president.
  • 2 month - Isoo AbeIs recommended to the next president but is rejected[Note 4].
  • April-Renamed English Department to Faculty of Letters and Department of Political Economy to Faculty of Law[39].
  • 9 month - University decreeSubmitted an application for establishment of Doshisha University to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
1920
1921
  • 12 month - oldCompletion of Koufuukan (preparatory school building).
1922
  • 3 month - Doshisha Girls' School Specialized FacultyEnglish literature graduates are designated as eligible for admission to each faculty of Doshisha University (4 female students enrolled the following year)[40].
  • April --Reorganized the university under the Vocational School Ordinance to Doshisha Vocational School, and established the Faculty of Theology, English Normal Department, Higher Commercial Department, and Political Economy Department.[Note 6].
1923
  • February-Approval for establishment of Faculty of Law, Department of Law[41].
  • 3 month - oldCompletion of Tokushokan (Koshobu school building).
  • November-First issue of "Christian Studies"[42].
1925
1926
(Taisho 15 /ShowaFirst year)
  • April --Established theology and ethics majors in the Department of Theology, Faculty of Letters.
1927
  • February-Approved to establish the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Letters.
  • April-Opened of English Normal School and Political Economy Department of Vocational School[44].Doshisha Workers MissionEstablishment[45].
1928
  • 1 month - Degree RegulationsApproval.
  • November-Resignation of the president, directors, and auditors due to a fire in the final building[46][28]..Eisuke Nakamura will be the president's office.
1929
  • April-Doshisha Vocational School Higher Commercial DepartmentAtago-gunIwakura VillageMoved to.
  • April-Student activism to reinstate President Ebi's name and clean up the ugliness of the board (-May)[47].
  • 11 month - Carpenter Gintaro Hara(Former President of Kyushu University) became the 9th President.
1930
1931
1932
  • February-Completion of the Glory Hall.
  • March --Completion of Amherst House[50].
  • May-Founding of Doshisha University Social Business Supporters Association[51].
  • October-Established Theology Education Cooperation Committee.
  • November --Completion of Niijima Kaikan[21].
1933
  • February-University preparatory course will be divided into two parts, a two-year system and a three-year system.[52].
  • February-The English Normal Department of a vocational school will be divided into 2 and 1 parts.[52].
  • February-Renamed the Political Economy Department of the Vocational School to the Law and Economics Department[52].
1935
1936
1937
1938
  • 7 month - Makino ToratsujiWas appointed as the president's office worker (1941th president from July 7)[28].
1940
  • April --The Department of Ethics and Pedagogy, Faculty of Letters, is divided into the Department of Ethics and Pedagogy.
  • November --A conscience monument was erected in the courtyard in front of the final building.
  • Toa Research Institute established in the Faculty of Letters[58].
1941
  • April --The Faculty of Literature (Department of Theology, Department of English Literature, Department of Philosophy) was reorganized into Department of Theology (Department of Theology) and Department of Literary Studies (Department of Philosophy Ethics, Psychology, English English Literature, Literary Studies, Department of Welfare).
  • 3 month - Japan-US relationshipDue to the deterioration, foreign teachers will withdraw from Doshisha.
1942
  • November --Completion of Niijima Relics Warehouse donated by Shotaro Ikeda[28].
  • Changed English-named buildings such as the Amherst House to Japanese names (returned to the old name after the war).
1943
  • February --Formed Doshisha University Theological Education Supporters Association[59].
  • April-The last before the warStanding upHold[60].
  • June-Department of Theology, Faculty of LettersWestern Japan Theological SeminaryAsked to join, but refused[61].
  • November-Send-off party as well as the prayer festival for the student soldiers of JapanHeian Shrine) Join[62].
  • Dedicated the fighter Doshisha to the military[63].
1944
  • April --Established Doshisha College of Technology, Department of Telecommunications, Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Department of Chemical Industry.
  • April --Doshisha College Established Doshisha College of External Affairs by integrating the Higher English Department and the Ministry of Law and Economy.
  • April --Renamed Doshisha College of Economics to Doshisha College of Economics.
  • August --Established Doshisha University Research Institute (currently Institute for Research in Humanities).
  • October-Reduced to one faculty of law and literature (three departments of God, welfare, and law).
1945
  • Doshisha Keisen temporarily relocated to Imadegawa (return to Iwakura after the end of the war)[64].
  • August-due to the end of the warStudent mobilizationRelease.
1946
  • April-Re-separation of the Faculty of Law and Literature into the Faculty of Law and Economics and the Faculty of Letters.The Department of Welfare was reorganized into the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Letters.
  • October --Opened a library science training center.
1947
  • April-Hachiro Yuasa reappointed as the 4th president[28].
  • June-Reorganized from the Faculty of Letters, Department of Theology to the former Faculty of Theology[65][66].
  • 7 month - Kansai Private Four UniversitiesFormed a roundtable for the president[67].
1948
1949
  • April-Faculty of CommerceFaculty of EngineeringEstablished and became a 6-faculty system.
  • July --The former Faculty of Theology grants the right to review doctoral dissertations[68].
  • First in a Japanese universityBrailleStart the entrance examination at.
  • Alumni association established.
1950
  • April-Opened Master's Program in God, Literature, Law, Economics, and Commerce.
  • 4 month - Junior college(Two-year night system) Established English, Commerce, Economics, and Engineering departments.
1951
1952
  • March --Abolished each Doshisha vocational school (Keisen, Kogyo, Gaijin).
  • June --Acquired the former Kasumi Kaikan and turned it into a graduate school building (disassembled in 6)[71].
1953
  • April-Established a graduate school doctoral program (Graduate School of God, Literature, Law, and Economics).
  • April-Completion of Meitokukan.
  • Established Doshisha Eastern Culture Laboratory with support from Harvard Enchin Research Institute[70].
1954
  • April-The junior college department is progressively dissolved and becomes the departments of literature, law, economics, commerce, and industry.2 part(4 year system) is set up.
  • Tokutomi SohoDonated Souyoshiso on the shores of Lake Yamanaka to Doshisha[72].
1955
  • April-Opened Master's program at Graduate School of Engineering.
1956
  • February --Established Christian Social Issues Study Group[73].
  • Completion of Neiseikan[70].
1957
  • March --Renamed Doshisha University Research Institute to Doshisha University Humanities Research Institute.
  • April-University Graduate School Doctoral Program (Graduate School of Commerce, Graduate School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering) established[70].
1958
  • March-Opened American Institute with the support of the Rockefeller Foundation.
1959
  • March --Completion of the entire Koufuukan[70].
  • April-Opened Science and Engineering Research Institute.
  • April-Established a doctoral program (Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Industrial Chemistry).
  • oldJapanese batteryAcquired the site of Shinmachi Factory.
1961
  • Started fund-raising bonds of 90 billion yen to implement the 15th anniversary commemorative business plan, and achieved over 13 billion yen as a result of several years of activities since then.[70].
1962
  • January --Completion of Jinshinkan (Shinmachi).
  • April --Renamed the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering to the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering to the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
  • May --Completion of Amherst House Guest House.
  • December-Completion of university Taisei dormitory[70].
1963
  • April --The Department of Electronic Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering Second, and the Department of Chemical Engineering are added to the Faculty of Engineering.Faculty of Engineering Part 4 abolished.
  • April-Established a corporate history editorial office.
  • 7 month - NowCompletion of theology hall.Renamed the former Theological Hall to Clarke Memorial Hall[74].
  • July-The chapel is a countryImportant cultural propertySpecified to[18].
  • 11 month - Etsuji SumiyaBecame the 14th President[70].
1964
  • August-Completion of Hakuenkan[70].
  • Dispatched Doshisha Alaska Academic Research Team headed by Professor Nishihara of the Faculty of Engineering.
1965
  • June-Completion of the University Memorial Hall.
  • November 11-Held 29th anniversary commemorative ceremony at Glory Hall[70].
  • Completion of university pool.
1966
  • April-Expanded the Department of Industrial Relations to the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Letters.
1967
  • April --The Department of Education and Psychology, Faculty of Letters, Department of Cultural Studies is divided into the Department of Education and the Department of Psychology.
  • April-Completion of Seiseikan.
1968
1969
  • May-The movement against the bill during university management has risen, and since June, he has been on a university-wide barricade strike for half a year, and has fallen into a state of academic paralysis.[70].
1970
  • The university mountain ski club was distressed in Tateyama, resulting in a major accident that killed seven people.
  • Succeeded in climbing Himalayan Dhaulagiri in the mountains[70].
1972
  • February 2-About 1 students planning a demonstration are about to leave Karasuma-dori from the courtyard of the University Student Hall.riot policeCollision with.50 students arrested for the current offense of weapons preparation and obstruction of public affairs[75].
1973
  • December-Completion of new university library[76].
1974
  • November-Opening of Shinmachi Annex.
1975
1976
  • September --Completion of Koushiokan (Law and Economics Laboratory).
1979
  • May --The Shoeikan, Yushukan, Harris Science Hall, and Clarke Memorial Hall are designated as National Important Cultural Properties.
1982
  • December --Completion of Tokushokan (Faculty of Letters Laboratory / Office).
1986
  • April-Tanabe Campus (currentlyKyotanabe Campus) Open school.
  • April --Opened the doctoral program (second semester) in the Department of Social Welfare, Graduate School of Letters, and the doctoral program (second semester) in the Department of Japanese Literature.
  • Learned Memorial Library opens[76].
1988
  • April-Opened Master's Program in Aesthetics and Arts, Graduate School of Letters.
  • September --Completion of the Neesima Memorial Auditorium (chapel).
1991
(Heisei3 years)
  • April-Opened the American Graduate School as the first independent graduate school.
  • April-Academic Information Center established (library, computer center, audiovisual room integrated)[76].
1993
  • April-Opened Master's Program in Education, Graduate School of Letters, Master's Program in Sociology, Graduate School of Letters, and Doctoral Program in American Studies, Graduate School of America.
  • April-Opened Center for Language and Culture Education and Research.Renamed the Religious Center to the Christian Cultural Center.
1994
  • April --The Faculty of Engineering, the Graduate School of Engineering, and the Institute of Science and Engineering are integrated and relocated to the Tanabe Campus.Established Department of Knowledge Engineering, Department of Functional Molecular Engineering, and Department of Material Chemistry Engineering.The Department of Mechanical Engineering was reorganized into the Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, and the Second Department of Mechanical Engineering was reorganized into the Department of Energy Mechanical Engineering.
1995
  • February-At Imadegawa CampusYun Dong-juPoetry monumentErected.
  • April --Established Graduate School of Policy Science as an independent graduate school.
1996
  • April-Opened a doctoral course (second half) in the Department of Aesthetics and Arts, Graduate School of Letters.
1997
  • April --Opened a doctoral course (second semester) in the Department of Sociology, Graduate School of Letters and the Department of Policy Science, Graduate School of Policy Science.
  • April-Day and night course system.
  • Waseda UniversityConducted domestic exchange study abroad[77][78].
1998
  • April --Opened a doctoral course (second half course) in the Department of Newspapers, Graduate School of Letters.
  • April --Opened a master's program in knowledge engineering and a master's program in mathematical environmental science in the Graduate School of Engineering.
  • 4 month - Semester systemCarried out.
1999
  • April-Established a special course for international students.
2000
  • April --Opened a doctoral course (second half course) in the Department of Knowledge Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering.
2001
  • April --Opened a doctoral course (second half course) in the Department of Education, Graduate School of Letters.
  • Renamed Academic Information Center to General Information Center[79].
2002
  • September --Completion of Student Hall (Shinmachi).
2003
  • April-Opened a master's program in the Department of Industrial Relations, Graduate School of Letters.
  • September --Opened information media facility on Kyotanabe Campus (Information Media Center / Rohm Memorial Hall)[79].
  • Dissolution of the alumni association.
2004
  • 4 month - Faculty of Policy Science, Professional graduate school (Graduate School of Justice, Graduate School of Business) opened.
  • April-Addition of 4 departments in the Faculty of Engineering.
  • April-Kanbaikan (Kanbaikan)Muromachi Campus) Completion[80].
  • The name was changed from the Student Affairs Department to the Student Support Center.
  • GPA systemIntroduction.
2005
2006
  • April --Reorganized the Department of Knowledge Engineering, Faculty of Engineering into the Department of Intelligent Information Engineering.
  • April-As an attached elementary schoolDoshisha Elementary SchoolOpened.
  • November --Opened Gakken City Campus.
2007
  • Opened anti-aging dock.
2008
2009
  • April-Established an integrated doctoral program in technology and innovative management at the Graduate School of Policy Science.
  • April-Faculty of Letters, Department of Psychology, Graduate School of Letters, Department of PsychologyFaculty of Psychology / Graduate School of PsychologyReorganized into Kyotanabe Campus[81].
  • April-Integration of the Faculty of Theology and the Faculty of Sociology into the Imadegawa Campus[82].
  • September --Acquired the former "Regina Kyoto", a heated pool facility that was closed.The name will be changed to Keishikan and the facility will be open to the public.
2010
  • April --Opened Graduate School of Sport and Health Sciences and Graduate School of Global Studies.
  • April-adjacentDoshisha Junior High SchoolMoved to Iwakura Campus.The university's Imadegawa campus can be expanded.
  • September-Opened Tatara Campus.
  • Suspended recruitment for Graduate School of American Studies.
2011
  • April --Opened the Faculty of Global Communication at Kyotanabe Campus.
  • April-Established International Education Institute.
  • September-As an affiliated schoolDoshisha International Academy(Elementary / International Department) opened.
2012
2013
  • April --Integrated the school sites of the Faculty of Letters, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Economics, and the Faculty of Commerce into the Imadegawa Campus.
  • April --Opened the Faculty of Global Regional Studies at Imadegawa Campus.
2014
  • April-Opened a master's program in global management research at the Graduate School of Business.
2015
  • April --Reorganized RIKEN into Harris Institute of Physical and Chemical Research.
  • Moved the school site of the Graduate School of Brain Science from Kyotanabe Campus (Gakken City Campus) to Kyotanabe Campus (Kyotanabe Campus).
2017
  • Opened Doshisha University Tubingen EU Campus.
2021
(Reiwa3 years)
  • March-End of operation of Tatara Campus.

basic data

Address

  • Imadegawa Campus
  • Kyotanabe Campus
    • Kyotanabe Campus(〒610-0394 Kyoto PrefectureKyotanabe CityTataramiyakodani 1-3)
    • Gakken City Campus (〒619-0225 Kyoto Prefecture)KizugawaKizugawadai 4-chome 1-1)
    • Tatara Campus (610-0321 Tataranishihirakawara, Kyotanabe City, Kyoto Prefecture 39-16)
  • Osaka Satellite Campus (〒530-0001) OsakaOsakaKitaUmeda2-1-22 Sakurabashi Astoria Building 9F)
  • Tokyo Satellite Campus (〒104-0031) TokyoChuo-kuKyobashi2-7-19 Kyobashi East Building 3rd floor)
  • Doshisha University Tubingen EU Campus (Keplerstraße 2, Raum 042 & 043, 72074 Tübingen Deutschland)

Symbol

badge

Equilateral triangleMeans country or soilAssyrian charactersIt is a design of "Mutsuu". (For "Mutsu",Kur (Sumerian mythology)reference[Need explanation]) Knowledge, virtue, body三位一体Or it is interpreted as a manifestation of Doshisha's educational philosophy of aiming for harmony.[84]..The inventorYuasa Half Moon.

character
  • Ben-k
Read as Ben-K.2009 Was produced in[84]..FounderNiijimaNiijima kept it as a hunting dog to commemorate the 165th anniversary of his birth.Beagle dogThe motif is "Benkei-go", but he wears a beard like Joseph Hardy Neesima and wears Western clothes.In addition, with the strong will that is characteristic of Beagle dogs and the attitude of boldly challenging anything, we hope that students will practice the founding spirit of "cultivating a spirit that respects freedom and autonomy." ing.
School color
Royal purple(Ancient purpleEdo purpleNeutral color) andwhiteTwo colors.founderNiijimaMother school,Amherst CollegeIt is the same color as the school color of.
school song
Was a teacher at Doshisha University in 1908Sidney GulickWas asked by a music lover to make a school song.at that timeKyoto YMCA HallA friend who was staying in Kyoto to buildWilliam Merrell VoriesAsked to write the lyrics.Vories is from GermanyMilitary song(Or patriotic song) "Line protectionI added the lyrics based on[85][86]..Also many at that timeMissionaryIs the school from whichYale UniversityThe same melody is used in the school song of.Vories later designed a number of buildings, including the Chienkan (built in 1916).
It is included in the College Song Collection (CD) distributed to new students every year at Doshisha University. Until 2004, the universityGlee clubA male chorus without accompaniment was recorded, but since 2005, it has been recorded with a cappella with five mixed choruses and an arrangement by voice percussion, and an orchestra ver. By the Doshisha Symphony Orchestra is also recorded.Arranged and sung by the university's a cappella circle "One Voices".When the cheering party sings when cheering for baseball, they are supposed to swing their arms to the song.
Cheer song

Doshisha Cheer

One, two, three,
Who are we?
La, la, la, Doshisha!

One, two, three,
Who are we?
La, la, la, Doshisha!

One, two, three,
Who are we?
La, la, la, Doshisha!

  • Doshisha Cheer [5]
1903 Created by Frank A. Lombard, a faculty member, to spice up the flag robbery.[86]..It is a shout rather than a cheering song.When cheering for sports, it is always used between college song singing and ale, and it is also used at all events other than when cheering for sports.
  • First cheering song Doshisha Heroes [6]
In Japanese, it is written as "Doshisha Hiros" and is often abbreviated as "Hiros". It is the most sung of the five cheering songs.Like the college song, it is an English song, and since it is a short song, it is repeated many times depending on the situation.
  • Second cheering song In the field of battle [7]
  • Third cheering song Doshisha Atom
Mascot song.Astro boyOf the theme songparody.
  • Fourth cheering song Let's Go Doshisha [8]
The lyrics incorporate the greenery of the Imadegawa Campus and the historic school building.
  • Fifth cheering song Moe Wakakusa [9]
AmericaCivil WarUnion March "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!Is the original song.Hokkaido UniversityIt has the same melody as the school song "Eternal Sachi".

statistics

Changes in undergraduate enrollment[87]
FacultySubject20142015201620172018
Faculty of TheologyDepartment of Theology6262666463
Undergraduate total6262666463
Department of literatureEnglish Literature Department294315513305325
Philosophy8059657273
Department of Aesthetics and Arts6656857172
Department of Cultural History126123130137120
Department of Japanese Literature136126125117135
Undergraduate total702679720702725
Faculty of SociologyDepartment of Sociology94948110289
社会 福祉 学科981057411297
Department of Media Studies87947711379
Department of Industrial Relations7787879279
Department of Education and Culture7390908272
Undergraduate total429470409501416
Faculty of LawDepartment of Law644662674681760
Department of Political Science222198237200236
Undergraduate total866860911880996
Faculty of EconomicsDepartment of Economics928862904999815
Undergraduate total928862904999815
Faculty of CommerceDepartment of Commerce890883936841894
Undergraduate total890883936841894
Faculty of Policy ScienceDepartment of Policy Science447390422465398
Undergraduate total447390422465398
Faculty of Culture and InformationDepartment of Cultural Information308312294334284
Undergraduate total308312294334284
Faculty of Science and EngineeringDepartment of Intelligent Information Engineering8793737892
Information System Design Department8887927088
Department of Electrical Engineering79110966684
Department of Electronic Engineering88113997492
Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering11812011787101
Department of Energy Mechanical Engineering74106766772
Department of Functional Molecules and Biochemistry7891877275
Department of Chemical System Creation Engineering9299967077
Department of Environmental Systems5450554255
Department of Mathematical Systems3854483538
Undergraduate total796923839661774
Faculty of Biomedical SciencesDepartment of Medical Engineering99751209991
Department of Medical Informatics949410697100
Department of Medical Life Systems6551656974
Undergraduate total258220291265265
College of Sport and Health ScienceDepartment of Sport and Health Science227225227224227
Undergraduate total227225227224227
Faculty of PsychologyDepartment of Psychology144157159182162
Undergraduate total144157159182162
Faculty of Global CommunicationDepartment of Global Communication151143147155167
Undergraduate total151143147155167
Faculty of Global Regional StudiesDepartment of Global Regional Culture196188201192213
Undergraduate total196188201192213
All faculties64046374652664716399

Education and research

組織

Faculty

Faculty of Theology

The roots of the Faculty of TheologyDoshisha English SchoolIt is required for the extra course (bible class) provided in.After several name changes, in 1904Vocational school ordinanceDoshisha Theological Seminary by Doshisha University, became the Faculty of Theology of Doshisha University by the vocational school ordinance in 1912, 1920University decreeBecame the Department of Theology, Faculty of Letters, Doshisha University[Note 7]..The department kept its life even under the headwinds such as the suppression of Christianity during the 1947th war and the joint seminary of the seminaries, and became the old faculty of theology in XNUMX after the end of the war and the new faculty of theology the following year.

そのAcademic style TheNiijima,JD DavisBrought byNew England OfPuritanism,Kumamoto bandBecame the ideological foundation ofLiberal theology, In the early Showa periodSetsuji OtsukaPlanted byDialectic theologyWas described as one[88].

1999 It is clearly stated as the Department of Theology, Faculty of Theology.The Christian Church of JapanAuthorizationSeminaryBut now, of a particular denominationPriestNot just for training,monotheismWidely centered onReligiousIt is a faculty where you can study.キ リ ス ト 教theologyAs well,Judaism,IslamAnother feature is that related subjects are set up.After graduation, the career path is the same as in other faculties, and there are many employment in general companies.I used to study at Kyotanabe Campus in the 1st and 2nd years, and at Imadegawa Campus in the 3rd and 4th years.2009 All grades have been integrated into Imadegawa Campus.

  • Department of Theology
Department of literature

Originally, the Faculty of Letters had a department of English literature, a department of cultural chemistry, and a department of sociology,2005 As the Department of Sociology was reorganized into the Faculty of Sociology, each major in the Department of Cultural Studies was reorganized into a department.I used to study at Kyotanabe Campus in the 1st and 2nd years, and at Imadegawa Campus in the 3rd and 4th years.2013 All grades have been integrated into Imadegawa Campus.We have a minor system, and applicants will start taking each course from the second year.

  • English Literature Department
  • Philosophy[89]
    • Philosophy / Ethics Course
    • Contemporary Ethics / Contemporary Society Course
    • Religion / Culture Course
  • Department of Aesthetics and Arts
  • Department of Cultural History[Note 8]
    • Japanese Cultural History Course
    • Western Cultural History Course
  • Department of Japanese Literature
Part 2 Department of Cultural Studies, Department of Japanese Literature2003 OctoberAbolished.
  • Minor course
    • Department type minor[Note 9]
      • English Literature Course
      • Philosophy course
      • Aesthetics and Arts Course
      • Cultural history course
      • Japanese literature course
    • Cross-cutting major
      • Humanities Comprehensive Course
      • Media Culture Course
      • Asian Culture Course
      • International specialization course
Faculty of Sociology

The predecessor of the current Faculty of Sociology1941 OctoberDepartment of Welfare, Department of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Letters, established in.1944 OctoberReorganized into the Department of Health and Welfare, Faculty of Law and Literature1946 OctoberThe Department of Sociology of the Faculty of Letters is born in.afterwards,2005 It was reorganized into the Faculty of Sociology every time.I used to study at Kyotanabe Campus in the 1st and 2nd years, and at Imadegawa Campus in the 3rd and 4th years.2009 All grades have been integrated into Imadegawa Campus.Mainly study at Shinmachi Campus.

  • Department of Sociology
  • 社会 福祉 学科
Department of Social Work1931 Established as Japan's first major in social work at the university level.
  • Department of Media Studies
1948 It was established as a newspaper major in the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Letters, in line with the new university.2004 OctoberThe name was changed to the Department of Media Studies, Faculty of Letters, the following year.2005 Will be reorganized into the Department of Media Studies, Faculty of Sociology.
  • Department of Industrial Relations
Its predecessor, Department of Industrial Relations, was established in 1966.The curriculum covers various disciplines such as sociology, economics, law, and medicine, and learns about "working" from an interdisciplinary perspective. It is a department dealing with industry and labor issues.
  • Department of Education and Culture
Prior to the inauguration of the Faculty of Sociology, it was established as a major in cultural education.It belonged to a different department as the only department established by the Faculty of Sociology.The Department of Education and Culture is a department that regards education as an academic discipline, not for the purpose of training teachers.
Faculty of Law

1891 ToDoshisha Political Law SchoolOpened, but1904 Will be abolished.The predecessor of the current Faculty of Law is1912 ToVocational school ordinanceIt is the Ministry of Political Economy established at Doshisha University.1919 Renamed the Faculty of Political Economy to the Faculty of Law.1920 ToUniversity decreePromoted to Doshisha University byFaculty of LawThe Department of Political Science was born (1923 Also added a law department).1944 Doshisha Vocational School Higher English Department and Law and Economics Department will be integrated and Doshisha College of External Affairs will be established.Also, in the same year, the Faculty of Letters and the Faculty of Law of Doshisha University were integrated by the university decree and became the Department of Law and Economics, Faculty of Law and Literature, but two years later.1946 Was subdivided into the Faculty of Law and Economics1948 The Faculty of Law (Department of Law, Department of Political Science) will be established as a new faculty.And1949 Doshisha University absorbed the Doshisha University1952 The vocational school will be abolished, and the place to study politics and law at Doshisha will be unified.

I used to study at Kyotanabe Campus in the 1st and 2nd years, and at Imadegawa Campus in the 3rd and 4th years.2013 All grades have been integrated into Imadegawa Campus.Seminars are not compulsory.Part 2 is2004 OctoberAbolished.

  • Department of Law
    • Course model[90]
      Legal profession model, civil servant model, corporate legal affairs model, basic law model
    • Course Package (Before 2012 enrollment)[91]
      Civil justice package, criminal justice package, administration and law (civil servant) package, diplomacy and law (foreign officer) package, corporate business legal package, corporate personnel / legal affairs and law package, international / corporate transaction and law package, intellectual property Law (Attorney) Package, Employment Society Law Package, Tax and Law (Tax Attorney) Package, Crimes and Law Package, International Society and Law Package, Law History and Theory Package, Social Issues and Law (Journalist) Package
  • Department of Political Science[Note 10]
    • International affairs course
    • Modern politics course
    • History / Thought Course
Faculty of Economics

1891 ToDoshisha Political Law SchoolWas opened and the finance department was set up,1904 The Doshisha Political Law School will be abolished.The predecessor of the current Faculty of Economics is1912 ToVocational school ordinanceIt is the Ministry of Political Economy established at Doshisha University.1919 Renamed the Faculty of Political Economy to the Faculty of Law.1920 ToUniversity decreePromoted to Doshisha University byFaculty of LawThe Department of Economics was born.1922 The Ministry of Political Economy is set up at Doshisha Vocational School under the Vocational School Ordinance.1944 Doshisha Vocational School Higher English Department and Law and Economics Department will be integrated and Doshisha College of External Affairs will be established.Also, in the same year, the Faculty of Letters and the Faculty of Law of Doshisha University were integrated by the university decree and became the Department of Law and Economics, Faculty of Law and Literature, but two years later.1946 Was subdivided into the Faculty of Law and Economics, Department of Economics,1948 As a new facultyFaculty of EconomicsIs placed.And1949 Doshisha University absorbed the Doshisha University1952 The vocational school will be abolished, and the place to study economics at Doshisha will be unified.1999 The Faculty of Economics, Department of Economics and the department name are specified in.

Most of the specialized subjects consist of four credits of lessons twice a week. In the spring semester of the first year, a compulsory small-group seminar-style curriculum called the Basic Seminar is organized.Full-scale seminars can be taken from the fall semester of the second year and are not compulsory.Therefore, a graduation thesis is not compulsory.The number of seminars is about 2, and the number of each seminar varies considerably.I used to study at Kyotanabe Campus in the 4st and 1nd years, and at Imadegawa Campus in the 2rd and 50th years.2013 All grades have been integrated into Imadegawa Campus.Part 2 is2004 OctoberAbolished.The course system is2005 OctoberAbolished.We have a minor system, and applicants apply in the spring semester of the second year.

  • Department of Economics
Faculty of Commerce

The predecessor of the current Faculty of Commerce is the Department of Higher Commerce, which was established in 1922 when the Doshisha Vocational School was reorganized.afterwards,1930 In December, the Ministry of Higher CommerceDoshisha Higher Commercial SchoolAs independent.Wartime1944 Renamed to Doshisha University of Economics.1949 The Faculty of Commerce was opened at Doshisha University in Japan.1949 Doshisha College of Economics was absorbed by the Faculty of Commerce of Doshisha University, and Doshisha College of Economics1952 Will be abolished.1999 It is clearly stated in the Faculty of Commerce, Department of Commerce. The number of students in the first grade is more than 1, and lessons are offered in smaller units than Waseda University and Keio University.Seminars can be taken from the fall semester of the second year and are not compulsory.Therefore, the thesis is not compulsory.The curriculum of the Faculty of Commerce2007 (19) degreeSpecial GP, Introductory education aiming for happy encounters between students and faculty-improvement of organizational education in large-scale faculties and measurement of its effects-was adopted.I used to study at Kyotanabe Campus in the 1st and 2nd years, and at Imadegawa Campus in the 3rd and 4th years.2013 All grades have been integrated into Imadegawa Campus.Part 2 is2003 OctoberAbolished.

  • Department of Commerce
    • Comprehensive Commerce Course
      • Select the main department and the sub-department from the departments of 5 specialized subjects
    • Flex compound course
      • After selecting the main department, select the "specialized type" to study the specialized subjects of the Faculty of Commerce more deeply, or the "minor major type" corresponding to academic interests in other fields such as law and sociology.
    • Department of specialized subjects: "Economics / History", "Commerce / Finance", "Trade / International", "Corporate / Management", "Bookkeeping / Accounting"
Faculty of Policy Science

2004 The new faculty was established in 55 years.You can study a wide range of social sciences without being biased toward specific fields such as law, economics, and sociology.Study all grades at Imadegawa Campus (mainly Shinmachi Campus).

  • Department of Policy Science
Faculty of Culture and Information

2005 The faculty opened in.A faculty of literary fusion that explores "culture", which has not been the subject of analysis in the natural sciences, using a method called "data science."Study all grades at Kyotanabe Campus.Elective courses consist of cultural cluster courses and data science courses.Cultural cluster subjects are divided into "cultural subjects", "language subjects", "human behavior subjects", and "human social subjects", and data science subjects are "data analysis subjects", "basic mathematics subjects", and "information / computer subjects". Divided into.

  • Department of Cultural Information
Faculty of Science and Engineering

1890 Doshisha Harris Rika School opens in Japan.afterwards1892 To Doshisha Harris Science School,1897 The name was changed to Doshisha High School Harisu Science School.1904 Merged with Doshisha High School of Arts and Sciences, and Doshisha Vocational School was established by the Vocational School Ordinance.1912 Will be abolished.The predecessor of the current Faculty of Science and Engineering is1944 Doshisha Technical College (Department of Telecommunications, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Chemical Industry) established in.1949 To Doshisha UniversityFaculty of Engineering(Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industrial Chemistry) was established.1954 The second part of the night (Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industrial Chemistry) will also be set up in.1962 Renamed the Department of Electrical Engineering to the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering to the Department of Mechanical Engineering.1963 OctoberThe second part was abolished1963 OctoberThe Department of Electronic Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering Second, and the Department of Chemical Engineering will be added.1994 The Faculty of Engineering will be relocated to the Kyotanabe Campus, and the Department of Knowledge Engineering will be expanded. Reorganized into.Study all grades at Kyotanabe Campus.2008 Than degreeFaculty of EngineeringReorganized from.

  • Department of Intelligent Information Engineering
1994 Established the Department of Knowledge Engineering, Faculty of Engineering.2006 The name was changed from the Department of Knowledge Engineering to the Department of Intelligent Information Engineering. "Basics of Science and Engineering", "Information Engineering", "Intelligent Processing", "RemedialThere is a group of subjects.
  • Department of Information Systems Design
2004 Established Department of Information Systems Design, Faculty of Engineering. There are subjects of "Basics of Science and Engineering", "Information Science", and "Information Systems".Information system subjects are further divided into "system design" subjects and "human / social science" subjects.
  • Department of Electrical Engineering
1949 Established Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering.After that, the name was changed to the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 1962. From the 1st year, students will study "Basics of Science and Engineering" and "Basics of Electrical Engineering", and from the fall semester of the 2nd year, they will study "Infrastructure" and "Power Electronics".
  • Department of Electronic Engineering
1963 Established Department of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering. From the 1st year, students will study "Basics of Science and Engineering" and "Basics of Electronics", and from the fall semester of the 2nd year, they will study "Information and Communication" and "Optical / Electronic Devices".
  • Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering
    • Material course
    • Heat / fluid course
    • Mobility / control course
    • Science and engineering course
      1949 Established the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering.1962 In the Department of Mechanical Engineering,1994 Changed the name to the Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering.Upon admission, you will learn from "Science and Engineering Common Subjects", "Mathematics / Physics Subjects", and "Mechanical Engineering Basic Subjects". "Mechanical engineering specialized subjects" include material course, heat / fluid course, mechanical / control course, and science / engineering course, but in the mechanical system engineering department, mainly in the material course and mechanical / control course, mechanical system system There are many subjects that form the basis of the research theme of.
  • Department of Energy Mechanical Engineering
    • Material course
    • Heat / fluid course
    • Mobility / control course
    • Science and engineering course
      1963 Established the Second Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering.1994 Changed the name to the Department of Energy Mechanical Engineering.Upon enrollment, students will study from "Science and Engineering Common Subjects", "Mathematics / Physics Subjects", and "Mechanical Engineering Basic Subjects" as well as the Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering. Similarly, "Mechanical Engineering Specialized Courses" include material courses, heat / fluid courses, mechanical / control courses, and science / engineering courses, but in the Department of Energy Mechanical Engineering, mainly thermal / fluid courses, mechanical / control courses, and science and engineering. In the academic course, many subjects that are the basis of research themes of energy mechanical systems are set up.
  • Department of Functional Molecules and Biochemistry
1949 Established the Department of Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering.1994 To the Department of Functional Molecular Engineering,2008 Changed the name to the Department of Functional Molecules and Biochemistry.The curriculum includes common subjects starting from the 1st year, as well as engineering-related subjects and science-related subjects that are mainly studied in the 3rd and 4th years.Common subjects include subjects to study mathematics and physics, which are the basics of engineering, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry, which are the basics of chemistry, and experimental subjects.
  • Department of Chemical System Creation Engineering
    • Material process design course
    • Environment / Biotechnology Course
      1963 Established Department of Chemical Engineering in.1994 Department of Materials Chemistry Engineering,2008 Changed the name to the Department of Chemical Systems Creation Engineering.Upon admission, we aim to solidify our basic academic ability by focusing on the three fields of "mathematical basics," "chemical basics," and "chemical system engineering basics.""Experimental training" will start in the fall semester, and course courses will start in the second year.While you can focus on the specialized subjects of the course, you can also take a wide range of courses across both courses.
  • Department of Environmental Systems
2004 Opened in.The curriculum is broadly composed of "Basics of Engineering / Environmental Science", "Common Courses in Environmental Systems", "Development of Environmental Systems", and "Experimental / Practical Courses".
  • Department of Mathematical Systems
2008 Opened in. Specialized subjects starting from the second year include mathematical fields, information statistics fields, and applied mathematics fields.
Faculty of Biomedical Sciences

Study all grades at Kyotanabe Campus.2008 Opened every time.

  • Department of Medical Engineering
    Applied subjects are divided into four fields: "tissue engineering," "biomechanics," "biomaterials," and "medical robotics."
  • Department of Medical Informatics
    Applied subjects are divided into four fields: "Biometrics", "Neuroscience", "Information Processing Engineering", and "Biological Information".
  • Department of Medical Life Systems
    Applied subjects are divided into three fields: "Molecular Life", "Neuroscience", and "System Life".
College of Sport and Health Science

Study all grades at Kyotanabe Campus.2008 Opened every time.

  • Department of Sport and Health Science
    • Course model
      • Health science area
      • Training science area
      • Sports management area
Faculty of Psychology

2009 Reorganized the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Letters into the Faculty of Psychology[93]Until now, Kyotanabe was separated until the second grade, and after that, it was separated at Imadegawa, but all grades were integrated into Kyotanabe.

  • Department of Psychology[89]
    • Neuro-Behavioral Psychology Course
    • Clinical / Social Psychology Course
    • Development / Educational Psychology Course
Faculty of Global Communication

2010 Opened every time.Study all grades at Kyotanabe Campus.The English course requires study abroad (5 year) at 13 schools in 3 countries, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand, and the Chinese course requires study abroad at any of the three schools in China and Taiwan.

  • Department of Global Communication
    • English Courses
    • Chinese course
    • Japanese language course (for international students)
Faculty of Global Regional Studies

2013 Opened every time.Study all grades at Imadegawa Campus (mainly Karasuma Campus).

  • Department of Global Regional Culture
    • European course
    • Asia Pacific Course
    • American course

Graduate School

Graduate School of Theology

1950 Master's program was established in1953 A doctoral program will be established in.Theological education institution with the longest history in Japan.Currently, there are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Theology major
    • First semester course
      • Bible Theology Study Course
      • History Theology Research Course
      • Systematic theology research course
      • Practical Theology Research Course
      • Monotheistic Interdisciplinary Research Course
Graduate School of Literature

1950 Master's program was established in1953 A doctoral program will be established in.2005 It is divided into the Graduate School of Letters and the Graduate School of Social Sciences.Currently, there are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Philosophy major
  • English Literature / English Studies
2005 Renamed from English Literature major every time.
  • Department of Cultural History
  • Department of Japanese Literature
  • Department of Aesthetics and Arts
Graduate School of Sociology

2005 Divided by the Graduate School of Letters each time.There are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Department of Social Work
1950 Established as Japan's first graduate school social welfare major.
  • Department of Media Studies
2005 Renamed from newspaper major every time.
  • Educational major
  • Sociology Major
  • Department of Industrial Relations
Graduate School of Law

1950 Master's program was established in1953 A doctoral program will be established in.Currently, there are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Political Science Major
  • Private law major
  • Department of Public Law
Graduate School of Economics

1950 Master's program was established in1953 A doctoral program will be established in.Currently, there are a master's program and a doctoral program. Until 2012, both majors in the first semester had a "research course," "policy analysis course," "international comparison course," and "career advancement course."

  • Master course
    • Theoretical Economics Major
      • Theoretical analysis course
      • Political Economy / Economic History Course
    • Department of Applied Economics
      • Applied Economics Course
      • Creative Economy Course
  • Late course
    • Department of Economic Policy
Graduate School of Commerce

1950 Master's program was established in1953 A doctoral program will be established in.Currently, there are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Department of Commerce
Graduate School of Policy Science

Started as an independent graduate school in 1995. In 2009, it established a five-year integrated technology and innovative management major. After November 5, he will study at Shikoukan on the Imadegawa Campus and Karasuma Campus.

  • Department of Policy Science
    • Doctoral course (Master's course)
      • Policy research course
      • Social Innovation Course
    • Doctoral course (second half course)
      • Public policy course
      • Corporate policy course
      • International Policy Course
      • Social Innovation Course
  • Technology / Innovative Management Major (Integrated Doctoral Program)
Graduate School of Cultural Informatics

2007 A doctoral program (first semester) and a doctoral program (second semester) are established each time.

  • Department of Cultural Informatics
    • Cultural Resources Course
    • Language Data Science Course
    • Behavior Data Science Course
    • Data science infrastructure course
Graduate School of Science and Engineering

1955 A master's program was established in.2012 Renamed from Graduate School of Engineering to Graduate School of Science and Engineering.There are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Information Engineering
2008 Reorganized from the knowledge engineering major every time
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
2008 Reorganized from the Department of Electrical Engineering every time
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Applied Chemistry
  • Department of Mathematical Environmental Sciences
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

2008 Opened every time.There are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Department of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Informatics
    • Biomedical engineering course
    • Medical informatics course
  • Department of Medical Life Systems
Graduate School of Sport and Health Sciences

2010 Opened every time.There are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Sport and Health Science
Graduate School of Psychology

2009 The Department of Psychology, Graduate School of Letters was reorganized into the Graduate School of Psychology.There are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Psychology major
    • First semester course
      • Psychology course
      • Clinical Psychology Course
Graduate School of Global Studies

2010 Opened every time.Study at Shikoukan on the Karasuma Campus at Imadegawa Campus.There are a master's program and a doctoral program.

  • Global Studies Major
    • American studies cluster
    • Contemporary Asian Research Cluster
    • Global Social Research Cluster
Graduate School of Brain Science

2012 Opened from degree.Consistent doctoral program.It was installed on the Kyotanabe Campus and Gakken City Campus, but was integrated into Kyotanabe from February 2015.

  • Developmental Aging Brain Major
Graduate School of Justice

Professional degree course.Law school.2004 It is opened every time.Study at the Kanbaikan on the Imadegawa Campus and Muromachi Campus.The Kanbaikan has a mock court and a self-study room that can be used 24 hours a day. 2017New Bar ExamThe number of successful applicants is 14th in the whole country[94], Pass rate is 17.9%[95].

  • Legal major
Graduate School of Business

Professional degree course.2004 It is opened every time.Study at the Kanbaikan on the Imadegawa Campus and Muromachi Campus. A global MBA program will be established in the fall of 2009 to conduct all classes in English.[96].

  • Business major
Graduate School of America

1991 Every time, a master's course was established as the first independent graduate school of American studies in Japan.1993 The master's program was renamed to the doctoral program (first half), and the doctoral program (second half) was added. Recruitment stopped in 2010.

  • American Studies Major

Another course

  • International Student Special Course (Japanese Language Education Center)

Junior college

At Doshisha University1950 から1958 UntilDoshisha Junior CollegeExists and recruits students1953 I went to the degree[97].1954 From the degree, of Doshisha UniversityCulture-Law-Economy-Business-workEach ofFacultyToThe 2 partWith the installation of (night part)Junior collegeStop recruiting students for1958 May 12Abolished with[98]..Reorganize into two parts each.

Affiliated organization

The following affiliated organizations are as of April 2018[99].

  • Christian Cultural Center
    Installed in Imadegawa.1993 Renamed from Religious Center
  • Japan Student Services Organization
    • Student Support Center
    • Counseling center
    • 保健 セ ン タ ー
    • Career center
  • National Institute for School Teachers
    • Education Department
    • Office for Center for General Liberal Arts
      Installed in Kyotanabe
    • Learning Support / Education Development Center
    • License Qualification Course Center
      Installed in Imadegawa
  • Admission Center
  • International Cooperation Promotion Organization
    • International Center
    • International Liberal Arts Education Institute
      • Global Education Center
      • Center for Japanese Language and Culture Education
    • International Education Institute
    • EU Campus Support Quality
  • President's office
    • Planning Division
    • General affairs section
    • Friendship section
    • Integrated Education Promotion Division
    • Fundraising section
  • Public relations department
    • Public Relations Division
    • Tokyo office
  • General Affairs Department
  • Finance Department
  • Facility Department
  • Kyotanabe Campus General Affairs Department
  • library
  • American Institute
    1958 , Installed in Imadegawa
  • Humanities Research Institute
    1944 Established as Doshisha University Research Institute.1957 Renamed to Institute for Research in Humanities.
  • Harris Institute of Physical and Chemical Research
    1959 , Installed in Kyotanabe. Reorganized from "Science and Engineering Research Institute" in April 2015.
  • History Museum
    Installed in Kyotanabe
  • Doshisha Archives Center
    Installed in Imadegawa
  • R & D Promotion Organization
    • Liaison office
    • Intellectual Property Center
    • Advanced Education and Research Center
    • Research center group
    • Donated research projects
    • Graduate School Advancement Promotion Support Center
  • Institute for Advanced Studies and Education
    • Institute for Higher Education
  • Environmental Conservation / Experimental Training Support Center
    Installed in Kyotanabe
  • Gender equality promotion office
  • Ethics Examination Office
Advanced Education and Research Center
Advanced Education and Research CenterBaseRemarks
Monotheistic Interdisciplinary Research CenterImadegawaPrivate university strategic research infrastructure formation support project selection base
Technology / Company / International Competitiveness Research CenterImadegawaPrivate university strategic research infrastructure formation support project selection base
Energy Conversion Education CenterKyotanabePrivate university strategic research infrastructure formation support project selection base
Life Risk Research CenterImadegawa
Research center group
Research centerBaseRemarks
Infrastructure Research CenterKyotanabe
Electromagnetic Energy Applied Research CenterKyotanabePrivate university strategic research infrastructure formation support project selection base
Higher Education and Student Research CenterKeishikan
Cultural Heritage Information Science Research CenterKyotanabe
Biomedical Materials Research CenterKyotanabe
Criminology Research CenterImadegawa
Relational System Design Research CenterKyotanabe
Social Innovation Research CenterJianghukan
International Center for Comparative Law and CultureImadegawa
Afghanistan Peace and Development Research CenterImadegawa
Ancient City Rome / Kyoto Historical Heritage Research CenterImadegawa
Korea Research CenterImadegawa
Innovative Computing Research CenterKyotanabe
Mobility Research CenterKyotanabe
Neurosensing Bionavigation Research CenterKyotanabe
International Business Legal Research CenterImadegawa
Demonstration-based Psychological Treatment Research CenterKyotanabe
Wave Electronics Research CenterKyotanabe
Higher Neurological Dysfunction Research CenterKyotanabe
Advanced Composite Research CenterKyotanabe
Neurological Disorders Research CenterGakken city
New Energy Conversion Materials Research CenterKyotanabe
Pipe Radial Distribution Phenomenon Research CenterKyotanabe
Treatment System Research CenterKyotanabe
Nano Bioscience Research CenterKyotanabe
Citizen's Diplomacy Research CenterImadegawa
Advanced Biomechanics Research CenterKyotanabe
Creative Economy Research CenterImadegawa
Adiposite & Muscle Science Research CenterKyotanabe
Physical Fitness Research CenterKyotanabe
<Amami-Okinawa-Ryukyu> Research CenterImadegawa
Ultrasound Medical Science Research CenterKyotanabe
Kokoro no Kagaku Kenkyu CenterKyotanabe
High Performance Fine Particle Research CenterKyotanabe
Kyoto and Tea Culture Research CenterImadegawa
Southeast Asian Plantation Research CenterImadegawa
Advanced Biomedical Engineering Research CenterKyotanabe
Donated research project
Donated research projectBaseRemarks
Anti-Aging Research CenterKyotanabeOpened in 2005.Biomedical research project
Inflammation / Regenerative Medicine Research CenterImadegawaBiomedical research project
Baby Science Research CenterKyotanabeOpened in October 2008.This is the main facility of the Faculty of Psychology and the first similar research facility in Japan.
Glycation Stress Research CenterKyotanabe
Natural Product Based Drug Discovery Research Center
library

The history of Doshisha's library1876 The book inspection room was set up in Japan, and the founder, Joseph Hardy Neesima, published and rented his own books.1887 The first library (currently the final library) was completed.At that time this library was the largest in Japan[102].1915 The second generation library (currently Keimeikan West Building) was completed.1920 The current Keimeikan main building was completed in.1973 The current Imadegawa Library is completed. The Learned Memorial Library was completed with the opening of the Kyotanabe Campus in 1986.The name Learned is from the first president of Doshisha University.Dwight Whitney LearnedIt's coming from.

Chronological Table
  • 1876 Founder of the library inspection roomNiijimaPublished his book and started renting it.
  • 1882 Books are separated with the opening of Doshisha Political Law School.
  • 1887 The first library (currently Yushukan) is completed.
  • 1912 The division will be further promoted due to the conversion to the classroom of the library.
  • 1915 The second generation library (currently Keimeikan West Building) is completed.
  • 1917 Established Doshisha Library Regulations.It is clearly stated that there will be a director.
  • 1918 The Doshisha position system was established, and it was decided to have a director and a librarian.Furthermore, it is positioned as one of the institutions along with Doshisha Headquarters, Doshisha University, and Doshisha Girls' School.
  • 1920 The second generation library main building (currently Keimeikan main building) is completed.In addition, with the opening of Doshisha University by the university decree from the library of the entire Doshisha University, it will be dispersed with books such as women's colleges.
  • 1921 Renamed the first library to Yushukan.
  • 1946 Established Doshisha University Library Science Training Center.
  • 1949 Doshisha Book Management Regulations have been established to unify book management for Doshisha as a whole.
  • 1954 Individual management of each school of books.
  • 1967 Opened Shinmachi Reading Room.
  • 1973 The current Imadegawa Library is completed.
  • 1976 EU Information CenterEstablished.
  • 1986 The Learned Memorial Library was completed with the opening of the Kyotanabe Campus.
  • 1991 An academic information center that integrates a library, a computer center, and an audiovisual room has been established.
  • 1996 The library card (bar code) has been abolished and used as both a student ID card and employee ID card (magnetic card).
  • 2001 Renamed to General Information Center.
  • 2010 Renamed to Doshisha University Library.
  • 2017 Temporarily closed for renovation.
  • 2018 May 1Reopened on (Monday)[103].

Research

21st Century COE Program

21st Century COE ProgramAs a result, 2 projects were adopted.

21st Century COE Program
Fieldprogram nameYear of adoption
Social scienceComprehensive research on technology, companies, and international competitiveness2003
Interdisciplinary/Complex/New AreaInterdisciplinary study of monotheism

Private University Strategic Research Infrastructure Formation Support Project

Until 2007, "Private University Academic Research Advancement Promotion Project".

Private University Strategic Research Infrastructure Formation Support Project
Application classificationBusiness NameYear of selection
Research that forms a research baseElucidation of the onset mechanism of higher neurological dysfunction and development of new treatment methods2012
Integrated power and communication social environment formation project2010
Fusion of science and engineering of advanced fine particle materials2009
Environmentally friendly energy grid optimization research based on zero emission technology
Research on people and organizations that enable sustainable innovation
Formation of basic and applied research bases on monotheism and its world2008
Formation of research base for advanced molecular biochemistry
Private University Academic Research Advancement Promotion Project
Research organizationResearch projectYear of selection
High-tech research center maintenance business
Composite Materials Research CenterDevelopment of advanced composite materials and their applications2007
Interface Phenomenon Research CenterEvaluation study of physical properties expressed by interfacial microstructure control2006
Graduate School of EngineeringResearch on nano-hybrid structure application technology2001
Nanostructure hybrid device physical properties research1996
Academic Frontier Promotion Project
Intelligent Information Research CenterElucidation of the wisdom of humans and living things and its application2005
Biomedical Engineering Research CenterNew Developments in Biomedical Engineering-Development of Biocompatible Materials and Welfare / Nursing Care Systems
Worldwide Business Research Center1. Research on governments, nations and businesses

2. Legal research on corporate behavior of worldwide business
3. Economic research on corporate behavior of worldwide business
4. Research on new trends in strategic management of worldwide business

2004
Total Human Care Support Research OrganizationTotal Human Care Support Research Project2003
Energy Conversion Research CenterNext-generation zero-emission energy conversion system
Graduate School of EngineeringIntelligent Information Science and Its Applications2000
Worldwide Business Research CenterComprehensive research on worldwide business1999
Total Human Care Support Research OrganizationMultifaceted research on lifelong health education of "mind" and "body" in an aging society with a declining birthrate1998
Graduate School of EngineeringAdvanced materials and complex science, etc.1997
Social collaboration research promotion project
No selection
Open research center maintenance business
No selection

Education

Industry-government-academia collaborative education

Doshisha University in various waysIndustry-government-academia collaborationEducation is provided by.

  • Doshisha Roam Memorial Project[104]
    • The Doshisha Roam Memorial Project is an extracurricular activity aimed at creating and disseminating culture and developing human resources who will lead the next generation of society through industry-government-academia regional collaboration.project..He is given a project room at the Doshisha Roam Memorial Hall in Kyotanabe Campus and is active.The project is run by students, and there is financial and goods support from Doshisha University and others.A project called the core project is set up and manages the entire Doshisha Rohm Memorial Project.2004 (16) degreeProgram for supporting contemporary educational needsWas adopted as "Creation of Human Resources Development" Produce Technology "by Project-based Education".
  • Project subject[105]
    • 2006 From the degree, in the conventional classroomClassroom lecture"Project subjects" have been set up as liberal arts education subjects common to the entire university, which are practical and participatory subjects that are different from the main lesson format.The purpose is to collaborate with local communities and companies to help students learn living wisdom and techniques, to foster a perspective of learning in the field, and to cultivate the ability to think through the "location" and "solution" of problems.2006 (18) degreeProgram for supporting contemporary educational needsWas adopted as "Regional Revitalization through Public Offering Project Subjects-Aiming to Create a Model for Return-type Regional Cooperation Activities-".

Education system

  • Skipping system
    If your grades are recognized as excellent at the end of the 3rd year, you can go on to graduate school without taking the 4th year.Jumping gradeWe have a system.You cannot get a bachelor's degree because the university is treated as a dropout.
  • Double degree system
    With Graduate School of Science and EngineeringCentrale GraduateWe have introduced a double degree system that allows students to obtain master's degrees from both universities of the National Academy of Science and Technology.
  • On-campus double degree system
    You can obtain a Master of Science and Engineering and a Master of Business in 3 years from the Graduate School of Engineering and the Graduate School of Business at Doshisha University.
  • Foreign language honors (foreign language subject honors student commendation system)
    2006 A system that commends those who have excellent grades in foreign language courses.Winners will be listed on the president's commendation and transcript[106].
  • Undergraduate Encouragement Student System
    A system in which students can start taking courses in the first half of the graduate school with the status of an undergraduate student and finish the first half of the course in one year after entering the graduate school.

Adopted program

Adopted in the following programs[107].

program nameAdopted themeYear of hire
Inter-university collaboration joint education promotion projectGuarantee of statistical education room that contributes to problem-solving human resource development based on data2012
Doctoral Education Leading ProgramGlobal resource management2012
Global human resource development promotion business
(Commonly known as: Global 30plus)
Practical efforts for global human resource development at Doshisha University, which is full of conscience and enterprising spirit2012
University education and student support promotion business
(University Education Promotion Program)
Project literacy and new liberal arts education2009
Support system development project for advanced education and researchEstablishing a multifaceted and comprehensive support system for the formation of an international education and research center2009
Strategic university collaboration support program for enhancing university educationCreation of a Bachelor's Degree Education Quality Assurance System Based on Mutual Evaluation-IR Network of 4 National, Public and Private Universities2009
University education and student support promotion business
(Student Support Promotion Program)
Career support for students with disabilities and reemployment support for graduates who have taken advantage of their individuality2009
Internationalization base maintenance business
(Global 30)
2009
High quality university education promotion programCreative academic ability development curriculum through mutual enlightenment2008
Exchange education between theory and practice to cultivate policy proposal ability
Fostering problem-solving abilities through integrated education
Internationalization Acceleration Program for University Education
(International joint / cooperation support)
University-wide quality assurance of foreign language education and promotion of international exchange2008
Unique University Education Support Program
(Special GP)
Introductory education aimed at happy encounters between students and teachers2007
Improvement of information environment and stricter evaluation of grades2006
Human resource development program through industry-government-academia regional collaboration2005
Creation of new liberal arts education through university collaboration2004
Creating a university community
Program for supporting contemporary educational needs
(Modern GP)
Action plan-led discovery career education2007
Regional revitalization through open recruitment project subjects2006
Keihanna Intellectual Special Zone Revitalization Design Proposal2005
Fostering corporate legal professionals
Human resource development through project-based education2004
Education promotion program to meet the needs of re-learning of working adultsSocial Innovation Re-challenge Support Education Program2007
Student support program that meets new social needsStudent support measures by the local community2007
Professional graduate school education promotion program
(Professional graduate school formation support program such as law school)
National Legal Career Support Platform (jointly with 13 universities)2007
"Traditional Industry Global Innovation School" Project2006
Development of quality assurance system for business school education2005
Training of lawyers with an international perspective and judgment2004
Doshisha Business School Regional Collaboration Business Promotion Project
Graduate Education Reform Support ProgramSafe and secure design system engineer training course2008
Research Center Collaborative Open Field Education2007
International "theory / practice circulation type" education system
Electric power / communication infrastructure researcher / engineer training course
"Attractive Graduate Education" InitiativeSocial Innovation Research Course2005

Academic freedom

The founding spirit is based on Christianity, and it is believed that any violation of Christ's teachings or founding spirit is also restricted in research and education.Doshisha"Christianism," "liberalism," and "internationalism" are listed as educational principles, but the premise is "conscience" based on the Christian spirit as a founding spirit.[1].

Student life

Kyoto City, which has XNUMX% of the population of university students, has traditionally been familiar with university students and calls Doshisha students "Doyan".Students at Doshisha University are living a student life that is nurtured by the warm eyes of Kyoto.

Club activities, club activities, club activities

The organizations that operate at Doshisha University are divided into "Student Support Center Registered Organizations", "Alumni Association Official Organizations" and "Others".There is an orientation period for each group during the new student enrollment period, and each group invites new students to participate in the booth set up in the school grounds.Some organizations issue specialized free papers to introduce these organizations.Since there are multiple groups in the same sport, only the groups within Doshisha University are members of the Doshisha Tennis League (Rigid tennis), D-League (サ ッ カ ー) And so on.

  • Student Support Center Registration Organization
    If you submit an application for registration of a group to the Student Support Center, you will be recognized as a registered group.However, there are conditions such as the number of people and the placement of advisors.You will be able to use various school equipment such as copy machines and conference rooms.Approximately 170 groups[108].
  • Alumni official recognition group
    Alumni association official organizations can pass the examination after passing through the student support center registration organization.In addition to the privileges of registered organizations, there will be more support from universities such as the provision of club rooms called BOX and subsidies.The athletic club also belongs to the official organization, about 170 organizations[108].

School festival

Of Doshisha UniversitySchool festival TheImadegawa CampusWith "Doshisha EVE" held atKyotanabe CampusThere is a "Doshisha Kyotanabe Festival" held in.Both school festivals are open to the community.

  • Doshisha EVE
    Anniversary of foundationMay 11It was named "EVE" because it was held until the day before.May 11The holding period is ~ 28 days, but it is the last 3 days for a general school festival.May 11It is held for a period of up to 28 days (thus, as is not the case with holidays as seen in many universities, all three days are weekdays in some years).
    Booths are lined up on the Imadegawa campus, and live performances and exhibitions are held in the classroom.Not only the official organizations of the alumni group, but also the student support center registration organizations and the opening of stores in seminar units are often seen.Not only Doshisha students but also students from other universities and the general public come and go.Doshisha EVE has a long history, and has continued about 60 times.The official name is the XXth Doshisha EVE, and this XX is the number of years since the establishment of Doshisha, not the number of times "Doshisha EVE" has been held.This school festival is not led by the university, but is managed by the Doshisha EVE Executive Committee, which is formed every year.Doshisha EVE is generally called "EVE Festival" within students, but Doshisha EVE is called "EVE Festival" because it is a place where student activities are revealed and has a different purpose from school festivals of other universities. Absent.The next day's founding anniversary will be canceled throughout the school[109][110]..Also, from this time to the end of the year, there is a large area near the west gate (the gate facing Karasuma-dori).CedarIs illuminated and is popular as it is introduced in magazines.[111][112]..This is an annual eventJR Fukuchiyama Line derailment accidentThe year in which it happened was not implemented.
    As the number of lectures increased, the university proposed to reduce the EVE period.Although the alumni association campaigned against it, it is expected to be reduced from 2010.
  • Doshisha Kyotanabe Festival (nickname: Clover Festival, former nickname: ADAM Festival)
    Originally there was no school festival on the Kyotanabe campus,Kyotanabe CityAs part of a comprehensive agreement with2005 It has been held since the beginning. Aiming to be a "totally new festival in which the university and the community collaborate," not only students but also citizens can participate in mock shops and stage announcements.In addition, live artists and lectures by OBs and OGs will be held.It was called "ADAM Festival" for "Doshisha EVE" held at Imadegawa Campus (the name "ADAM" was derived from "Adam and Eve" in the Bible), but the EVE Executive Committee The name was changed to "Clover Festival" when the jurisdiction was changed from the General Affairs Division to the Student Support Division in 2010 after receiving a complaint that "the origin of Doshisha EVE was mistakenly recognized".The organizer is a university, but the planning and operation is carried out by students forming an executive committee.AlsoKyotanabe CityCo-sponsored and backed up in terms of public relations. In 2013, the Faculty of Arts moved to the Imadegawa Campus and the number of visitors was halved, but due to the efforts of the executive committee, it increased to about 1.[113]..It will be held earlier than "EVE" in early November.Kyotanabe CitySame day as the sponsored "Citizen's Cultural Festival".A sports festival will also be held.
  • Sports festival
    2002 It has been held at Kyotanabe Campus since then.It will be held in early November, the same as the Doshisha Kyotanabe Festival, and local residents can also participate.

Sports

Sports do not participate in the University Sports Association.

List of athletic meet

  • Ice hockey club
  • Figure skating club
  • Speed ​​skating club
  • Ski club
  • Swimming club
  • Rowing club
  • Board sailing section
  • Yacht club
  • Canoe club
  • Mountain area
  • Wonder Vogel part
  • Archery club
  • Archery
  • Shooting club
  • Golf club
  • Bowling part
  • Automotive department
  • Cycling club
  • Triathlon club
  • Aviation Department
  • Boxing club
  • Sumo club
  • Judo section
  • Wrestling club
  • Karate club
  • Kendo club
  • Fencing part
  • Nippon Kempo Club
  • Shorinji Kempo Club
  • Aikido Club
  • Iaido Club
  • Equestrian department
  • American football club(Wild Rover)
  • Rugby club
  • Soccer club
  • basket Club
  • Volleyball club
  • Handball club
  • Lacrosse part
  • Rigid Baseball Club
  • Semi-rigid baseball club
  • Softball baseball club
  • Softball part
  • tennis Club
  • Soft tennis club
  • Table Tennis Department
  • Track and field hockey club
  • Badminton club
  • Athletics part
  • Gymnastics club

University personnel and organizations

University related organizations

Alumni Association

  • By region
    • Doshisha Alumni Association
      The Doshisha University Alumni Association is called the "Doshisha Alumni Association," and there are branches mainly by region.
  • By faculty
    • Doshisha University Faculty of Commerce Jutoku Kai
      Organized by graduates of the Faculty of Commerce, Doshisha University.1926 The predecessor is the virtue inquiry formed in.
    • Dokeikai
      Organized by graduates of the Faculty of Economics, Doshisha University.1961 Established in.
    • Doshisha University Political Law Association
      Organized by graduates of the Faculty of Law, Doshisha University.The number of members is about 4.1994 Established in.
    • General government meeting
      Organized by graduates of Doshisha University Graduate School of Policy Studies.
    • Doshisha University Graduate School of Justice Alumni Association Kanbaikai
      Doshisha University Graduate School of Justice (Law School,Law school[Avoid ambiguity]) Is organized by graduates.2007 Established in.

List of university personnel

Facility

Imadegawa Campus

The Imadegawa Campus is located in Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, where the Imadegawa Campus, Shinmachi Campus, Muromachi Campus, Karasuma Campus, and Keishikan are located.It is a research base for the humanities and social sciences.The Western-style and unified school buildings are beautiful.

Imadegawa Campus

Imadegawa campus is oldSatsuma DomainOn the site of the mansionDoshisha English SchoolIt has been used since the times.AdjacentReizei familyTo the southKyoto Imperial PalaceTo the northAikokujiThere is.On the Imadegawa campus, five buildings, including the Doshisha Chapel and the Clarke Memorial Hall, are designated as national important cultural properties.These buildings are still used for lectures, offices, worship services, etc.

Shinmachi Campus

1959 OldJapanese batteryA campus set up on the site of the former head office. In the fall of 2005, the Rinkoukan, which is mainly used by the Faculty of Policy Science and the Faculty of Sociology, was renovated and completed.RinkoukanFive setsOne ofKonoe FamilyIt is also the site of the mansion of.It is also a base for club activities.

Muromachi Campus

The Muromachi Campus is located opposite the Imadegawa Campus across Karasuma Dori.It is the site of the former university hall and was named when the Kanbaikan was completed in March 2004, and only one Kanbaikan is called the Muromachi Campus.It is mainly used by law schools, business schools, and graduate schools of policy science.

Karasuma Campus

The Karasuma Campus is located 300m north of the Imadegawa Campus and consists of a school building called Shikoukan (abbreviation: SK).2010 OctoberFormer site of Kyoto City Textile Technology Center (approx. 7,700m)2)[114], Started to use in November 2012.The faculties and graduate schools used are the International Education Institute, the Faculty of Global Regional Culture (established in April 11), the Graduate School of Comprehensive Policy Science, and the Graduate School of Global Studies.

Japan's first "campus police box" has been set up on campus.Installed on campus premisesKyoto Prefectural PoliceKamigyo Police StationThe Kamigyo-mae police box is expected to play a role of monitoring, managing, and threatening students to prevent "trouble," and a campaign against construction was carried out by students. (reference

Kyotanabe Campus

Kyotanabe Campus is a school site centered on the Kyotanabe Campus in Kyotanabe City, Kyoto Prefecture.Includes Tatara Campus in Kyotanabe City and Gakken City Campus in Soraku District.It is a research base for science and sports, and an activity base for athletic associations.

Kyotanabe Campus

Kyotanabe Campus was 1986m adjacent to Doshisha Women's University Kyotanabe Campus and Doshisha International Junior and Senior High School in 79.2Campus opened in the hills of.This placeEmperor KeitaiThe tradition of Tsutsuki Palace remains.At the time of opening, it was in charge of the first and second year education of all faculties, but since the full relocation of the Faculty of Engineering in 1, it has been improved as a science base, and science, engineering, life science, informatics, and psychology.・ All grades of physical education and foreign languages, and first and second year education of the Faculty of Arts, Law, Commerce, and Economics were developed. From April 2, the Faculty of Arts will move to the Imadegawa Campus, which will be mainly the campus of the Faculty of Science.

Tatara Campus

京都Welfare pension leave centerI bought the trace of (Well Sunpia Kyoto).Named on April 2010, 4 by open call for participants[115]..The hotel building is used as an accommodation facility for international students.The purpose of the sports facility is to enhance extracurricular sports activities, but to the extent possible, it is open to general students, international students, faculty and staff free of charge, and local residents can also use it for a fee.

Operation ends at the end of March 2021[116].

Gakken City Campus

January 2005CanonAcquired and installed the site of the Ecology Research Institute.It will be utilized as a new science and engineering research facility, including mutual cooperation and cooperation in the medical and engineering fields with neighboring areas.Currently mainlyBrain scienceUsed by the graduate school.The site area is about 5m2, The building area is about 8,500m2[117].

Off-campus campus

Positioned as an off-campus campus of the Social Innovation Research Course, Graduate School of Policy Science[118].

  • Kyomachiya Campus
    It consists only of Koukokan.It is based in Kyomachiya.
  • Ohara Farmer Campus
    It consists of a farming hall and Yuinoie.A farmhouse near Sanzen-in Temple in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto is a base for social experiments.

The campus that once existed

Iwakura Campus

CurrentDoshisha Elementary School-Middle school/High schoolThe land where is located (= Iwakura Campus, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture) was onceold system OfDoshisha Higher Commercial School(CurrentFaculty of CommerceAfter being used as a school site for (predecessors such as), it is the land where the sports facilities of Doshisha University were located.

Dormitory

A major feature of Doshisha University's student dormitories is that they are managed and operated by the students who live there.Because it is a student's self-managementUniversityIt is different from the image of a general student dormitory that is widely managed.

At Doshisha University, the idea of ​​self-management by students is called the "self-government philosophy." The "autonomy philosophy" is that the land and buildings are universityFacilityHowever, the idea is that the management and operation will be carried out by the resident dormitory students themselves.In fact, in relation to the university in managing and operating the dormitory, it is self-governing.精神We are negotiating with a certain degree of tension.

Since Doshisha University is a dormitory based on the "autonomy philosophy," student dormitories are called "autonomous dormitories." Regarding the idea of ​​"autonomous dormitory"Student movementIs drawing the flow of.Showa periodAround the time when the student movement was active, universities all over Japan had a spirit of independence, and Doshisha University's student dormitories also created such an idea, creating a tendency to value autonomy.In addition, it should be noted.1990 eraThe relationship between the student dormitory and Doshisha University has been good since then.Also, in the past, he was a university founder.School corporation DoshishaThere are also dormitory graduates on the board of directors2004 In addition, ceremonies were held inviting directors.

Dormitory nameSexCapacityYear of useAddressRemarks
Taisei Dormitory
(Taisei-Ryo)
Male1001937 Sakyo-ku, KyotoStarted using as a high commercial dormitory[119]
This spring dormitory
(Shun-Ryo)
Male331940 Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City
Sozu Dormitory
(So-Ryo)
Male281951 Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
Akatsuki Dormitory
(Gyoseki-Ryo)
Male181962 Sakyo-ku, KyotoIndependent as the second part Taisei Dormitory. Relocated to Akatsuki Dormitory in 2[119].
Matsukage Dormitory
(Shoin-Ryo)
Female721953 Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City
One grain dormitory
(Hitotsubu-Ryo)
Female111942 Sakyo-ku, KyotoStarted using as a preparatory dormitory[119]

In addition to these dormitories, there are dormitories managed and operated by the university.There are women's dormitories where foreign students and Japanese students live together for Richard's House, dormitories managed by club activities, and some or all of the existing facilities rented by the university.

  • Dormitory that existed in the past
    • Amherst Dormitory
      The name of Amherst is the rice that Joseph Hardy Neesima studied abroad.Amherst CollegeDerived from.About $ 65,000 was raised and1931 OctoberConstruction started on1932 OctoberThe first 21 people will move into the dormitory.2006 Recruitment is stopped from the degree.
    • Cloth Dormitory (Hawai-Ryo)
      1936 Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Richards, who live in Honolulu, who were worried about the deterioration of US-Japan relations.[120] Was done.Requisitioned during the warJRCSIt has a history of being used as a nurse dormitory.He was also a director of Doshisha University for 5 years.Nitobe InazoIt was also the residence of the Kyoto era. The 1970s was in the midst of a student movement and became a foreign studentSake castleWas done.Because of that1972 The dormitory management committee was disbanded and became an autonomous dormitory.1988 The dormitory was closed in1997 From Doshisha Friend Peace House (Registered tangible cultural property) Was reborn.2018 It was dismantled due to aging and change of use.
    • Kamoto Dormitory
    • Iwakura Dormitory
    • Kitashi Dormitory

Foreign relations

Agreement with a school corporation

Overseas partner schools

As of January 2019, we have alliances with 1 universities in 46 countries and 190 institutions in 39 countries with inter-faculty and graduate school agreements.[122].

Agreements with other corporations and governments

  • UR City OrganizationCooperation with "KeihannaProposal of intellectual special zone activation design "(Hyundai GP
  • Kyotanabe CityComprehensive agreement with2005 Conclusion)
    • Kyotanabe City
      • Cooperation for improvement of education, culture and welfare, promotion and development of sports
      • Cooperation for regional industry promotion and new industry creation
      • Cooperation for human resource development
      • Cooperation for making matsu
      • Other cooperation deemed necessary
  • Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
    2006 Cooperate as a base school for more disabled student study support network projects
  • School of Accounting Association
    Doshisha University does not have an accounting graduate school, but it is an associate member school.
  • The Medical Society is adjacent to the Gakken City Campus and has a comprehensive agreement with the Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences.

Agreement with high school

Related schools

GunmaIt is inNiijima GakuenIs the founder of DoshishaNiijimaI sympathized with the philosophy ofShoji YuasaThe school was established by (Aritaya head) based on that philosophy, and although it shares the philosophy,Niijima GakuenIt is not a relationship that Doshisha established.However, it has a recommendation frame for Doshisha University, and exchanges are taking place between junior high schools and high schools.

Affiliated / affiliated school

The schools established by the school corporation Doshisha are universities with the university at the top.Affiliated schoolIt is positioned as an independent school group without taking the form of.In addition, it should be noted.Doshisha Elementary School,Doshisha International Academy Elementary School / International DepartmentOnly, it is an affiliated school of Doshisha University.

Appearance work

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注 釈

  1. ^ The first graduateMorihiro Ichihara,Kazutami Ukita,Ebina Danjo,Matsuo Okada,Yujiro Kato,Kanemori Communal,Hiromichi Kozaki,Kotaro Shimomura,Fuwa Yuijiro,Tsuneteru Miyagawa,Hisaman Morita,Yamazaki Tadoku,Tokio Yokoi,Sakuya Yoshida, 15 people ("Doshisha 642th Anniversary", p. XNUMX)
  2. ^ The name of the magazine changed several times and eventually became "Doshisha Literature" ("Japanese Christian History Encyclopedia" Kyobunkwan, 1988, p. 934).
  3. ^ However, with two shops beside the schoolprice competitionIt was said that he had to be disbanded in just one year (Takashi Iguchi, "The Life of Isoo Abe-A Simple Life, Takatoyuki Ideal"" Waseda University Press, 2011, p. 101).
  4. ^ After that, the selection of candidates was difficult, and the following monthKazutami UkitaHe also negotiated with him, but failed ("Doshisha 108th Anniversary", p. XNUMX).
  5. ^ Initially, we aimed to establish three faculties of law, literature, and god,Faculty of TheologyWas not approved by the Ministry of Education, and only the Department of Theology was established within the Faculty of Letters ("Doshisha 109th Anniversary", p. XNUMX).
  6. ^ The opening of the English Normal Department and the Political Economy Department was postponed until 1927 due to personnel and equipment.
  7. ^ The Faculty of Theology under the vocational school ordinance coexisted until 1937.
  8. ^ Admissions are recruited on a department-by-department basis, but from the first year they are divided into a Japanese cultural history course and a Western cultural history course.
  9. ^ Select a course other than the course of your department.
  10. ^ According to the 2015 Faculty of Law Pamphlet for students, course selection in the fall semester

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References

  • Doshisha Fifty Year History Compilation Committee "Doshisha XNUMX Years HistoryDoshisha Alumni Association, 1930
  • Doshisha Historical Materials Compilation Center "Doshisha XNUMX Years Short History" School corporation Doshisha,Year 1965
  • "Doshisha Mountains" edited by Doshisha Mountains Editorial Committee Akiyo Shobo,Year 2003
  • Doshisha Sports Atom Editorial Bureau "Future starting from Doshisha"Miyabi Publisher,Year 2014

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