Undergraduate Faculty / Graduate School courses 2019

*The Information on this page is only for the exchange students from our partner institutions under the student exchange agreement at university level Keio International Program students.

  • Exchange students may take courses offered by the Faculty or Graduate School.
  • Undergraduate students cannot register for Graduate School courses (PCP and GPP courses are also available.).
  • Some courses are not open to exchange students.

English-taught courses
Faculty & Graduate School of Letters
Faculty & Graduate School of Economics
Faculty & Graduate School of Law
Faculty & Graduate School of Business and Commerce
Graduate School of Human Relations
Law School
Global Interdisciplinary Courses (at Hiyoshi campus)
Graduate School of Media Design (Hiyoshi Campus)
Graduate School of System and Management (Hiyoshi Campus)
Faculty of Policy Management / Faculty of Environment and Information Studies (SFC - Shonan Fujisawa Campus)
Graduate School of Media and Governance (SFC - Shonan Fujisawa Campus)

Japanese-taught courses

English-taught courses AY2019

  • Below ia a list of courses conducted in English or other languages at Mita campus.
  • Permission from the instructor is required. Registration without permission will be deleted.
  • Syllabus can be referred on https://gslbs.adst.keio.ac.jp/.
    *To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.
  • The courses offered in and after AY2020 may be subject to change.
  • Undergraduate students cannot register for Graduate School courses.

Faculty & Graduate School of Letters

Syllabus : https://gslbs.adst.keio.ac.jp/.
*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Seminar: French Expressions 3 Brancourt
Spring Seminar: French Expressions 7A Brancourt
Spring Chinese Conversation 1 Yuan
Spring Seminar: Chinese Expressions 5 Huang
Spring Chinese Conversation 3 Che
Spring Grammar Oral Communication (Level2) 1 Becker
Spring Seminar: French Language 7 Brancourt
Spring Contemporary German Studies 1 Joch
Spring Seminar: English Linguistics and Philology 13 Connolly
Spring Advanced Readings in Ethics 1 Ertl
Spring German Oral Communication (Level3) 3 Sto-Prinz
Spring Seminar: French Expressions 3 Seya-Grondin
Spring Introduction to Linguistic Science 5 Kitahara
Spring Italian Intermediate Class 1B Rebegliati
Spring Advanced Studies in Linguistics 5 Kitahara
Spring German Oral Communication (Level3) 1 Joch
Spring German Composition (Level2) 1 Schmidt
Spring Intensive Seminar: German Language and Literature 3 Joch
Spring Advanced Studies in Linguistics 17 Tancredi
Spring Italian Intermediate Class 1A Dornetti
Spring Italian Advanced Class 1B Dornetti
Spring German Oral Communication (Level2) 3 Becker
Spring Seminar: Chinese Expressions 3 Wen
Spring Seminar: Advanced Lecture of English Linguistics 1 Armour
Spring Special Lecture of Contemporary French Literature 1 Brancourt
Spring Study of German Linguistics 3 Joch
Spring Seminar of German Linguistics 1 Becker
Spring Special Lecture of Ethics 3 Ertl
Spring Seminar of German Literature 5 Joch
Spring Study of Ethics of Original Textbooks 3 Ertl
Fall Seminar: French Expressions 4 Brancourt
Fall Seminar: French Expressions 4 Brancourt
Fall Chinese Conversation 2 Yuan
Fall Seminar: Chinese Expressions 6 Huang
Fall Chinese Conversation 4 Che
Fall Seminar: French Language 8 Brancourt
Fall German Oral Communication (Level2) 2 Becker
Fall Contemporary German Studies 2 Joch
Fall Seminar: English Linguistics and Philology 14 Connolly
Fall Advanced Readings in Ethics 2 Ertl
Fall Seminar: French Expressions 4 Seya-Grondin
Fall German Oral Communication (Level3) 4 Sato-Prinz
Fall Introduction to Linguistic Science 6 Kitahara
Fall Italian Intermediate Class 2B Rebagliati
Fall Advanced Studies in Linguistics 6 Kitahara
Fall German Oral Communication (Level3) 2 Joch
Fall German Composition (Level2) 2 Schmidt
Fall Intensive Seminar: German Language and Literature 4 Joch
Fall German Composition (Level1) 2 Schmidt
Fall Italian Intermediate Class 2A Dornetti
Fall Advanced Studies in Linguistics 18 Tancredi
Fall Italian Advanced Class 2B Dornetti
Fall German Oral Communication (Level2) 4 Becker
Fall Seminar: Advanced Lecture of English Linguistics 2 Armour
Fall Special Lecture of Contemporary French Literature 2 Brancourt
Fall Study of German Linguistics 4 Joch
Fall Seminar of German Linguistics 2 Becker
Fall Special Lecture of Ethics 4 Ertl
Fall Seminar of German Literature 6 Joch
Fall Study of Ethics of Original Textbooks 4 Ertl

Faculty & Graduate School of Economics

Syllabus : https://gslbs.adst.keio.ac.jp/.
*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.

Semester Course Title Instructor Note
Spring Advanced Macroeconomics Shirai  
Spring Applied Macroeconomics Fujiwara  
Spring History of Economic Thought 2A Ikeda  

Spring

1st half

Contemporary Japanese Economy A Kawamoto  

Spring

2nd half

Contemporary Japanese Economy B Kawamoto  
Spring Energy Economics, Environment and Policy (PCP) Taghizadeh Hesary  
Spring Probability and Statistics A Nakatsuma  
Spring Introduction to Finance A Sato  
Spring Public Finance (PCP) Kook  
Spring Economic History of Asia A Ota  
Spring Social History A Hasegawa  
Spring Intermediate Macroeconomics 1B Fujiwara  
Spring Econometrics B Clinet  
Spring Seminar: Macroeconomics Fujiwara  

Spring

2nd half

Labor Economics Akabayashi  

Spring

2nd half

Economic History of Japan B Nakabayashi  

Spring

1st half

Economic History of Japan A Nakabayashi  
Spring Aid and Development (PCP) Yamada  
Spring International Finance B Takemori  
Spring Environmental Economics A Mcdonald  
Spring Seminar: Social History Suzuki  
Spring Seminar: Econometrics Kimura  
Spring Seminar: Econometrics Mckenzie  
Spring International Law and Economy (PCP) Kimura  
Spring Economic History Yagyu  
Spring Development Economics Tamada  
Spring Academic Writing (PCP) Nakatsugawa  

Spring

1st half

Advanced Econometrics Mckenzie  

Spring

2nd half

Advanced Econometrics Mckenzie  
Spring Economic Development A Fukasaku  
Spring Intermediate Microeconomics 1B Kurino  
Spring Economics Seminar Ogaki  
Spring Seminar: Microeconomics Fujiwara-Greve  
Spring Seminar: Applied Economics Terai  
Spring Advanced Finance (PCP) Uematsu  

Spring

Intensive

Financial Management and Corporate Governance (PCP) Okubo  

Spring

Intensive

Macroeconomics of Open Economies B Saiki  

Spring

Intensive

Economy and Environmental Law Hase  

Spring

Intensive

Empirical Analysis in International Monetary Theory and Policy Ito  

Spring

Intensive

Time Series Analysis Okimoto  
Spring Seminar: Macroeconomics Watanabe  

Spring

Intensive

Empirical Analysis in International Monetary Theory and Policy Ito  
Fall Introduction to Finance (PCP) Arai  
Fall Intermediate Microeconomics 1A Watabe  
Fall Money, Banking, and Finance B Shiratsuka  
Fall Advanced Econometrics B Muyauchi  
Fall Advanced Macroeconomics Hirose  

Fall

2nd half

History of Social Thought B Susato  

Fall

1st half

History of Social Thought A Susato  
Fall History of Economic Thought 2B Ikeda  
Fall Theory and Practice of Fintech B Nakatsuma  
Fall Probability and Statistics B Nakatsuma  
Fall Social History B Hasegawa  
Fall Environmental Economic Theory (PCP) Choy  
Fall Seminar: Macroeconomics Fujiwara  
Fall Environmental Economic Policy (PCP) Mcdonald  
Fall Economics of Family and Education A Akabayashi  
Fall Intermediate Macroeconomics 1A Shiratsuka  
Fall Macroeconomics Shiratsuka  
Fall Environmental Economics B Mcdonald  
Fall The Japanese Economy from an International Perspective Takemori  
Fall Topics in Economic History of Japan Nakabayashi  
Fall The Japanese Economy from an International Perspective Takemori  
Fall Seminar: International Economics Yamada  
Fall Seminar: Social History Suzuki  
Fall International Trade Kimura  
Fall Seminar: International Economics Sakuragawa  
Fall Seminar: International Economics Sakuragawa  
Fall Lecture Series on Longevity Studies Ibuka  
Fall International Trade A Fukasaku  
Fall Econometrics A Clinet  
Fall Introduction to Artificial Intelligence A Fitz  
Fall Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Fitz  
Fall International Economy and Behavioral Economics A Ogaki  
Fall International Economy and Behavioral Economics B Ogaki  
Fall Macroeconomics of Open Economies A Hamano  
Fall Applied Microeconomics Nishikawa  
Fall International Trade B Fukasaku  
Fall Economic History of Asia B Hess  
Fall Seminar: Microeconomics Tsumagari  
Fall Seminar: Applied Economics Terai  
Fall EU Competition Law (PCP) Ichikawa  
Fall Finance, Policy and the Global Economy (PCP) Kaji  
Fall Independent Study (PCP) Kaji  

Fall

Intensive

Economics of Globalisation (PCP) Yamashita  

Fall

Intensive

Applied Finance (PCP) Weiss  

Fall

Intensive

Macroeconomics of European Economic Integration Okubo  

Fall

Intensive

Seminar: Macroeconomics Hayashi  

Fall

Intensive

Macroeconomics of European Economic Integration Okubo  

* Professional Career Program (PCP)
If you wish to take the course marked "*PCP", please read the information below. 
Full-time students enrolled in an undergraduate faculty or graduate school at Keio cannot take PCP courses through the International Center. 

Notes
Prerequisites
- Introductory Microeconomics (undergraduate level)
- Introductory Macroeconomics (undergraduate level)
- Introductory Statistics (undergraduate level) or the equivalent.
*Official transcripts must be submitted at the time of application.


Academic writing course
In order to register for "Finance, Policy and the Global Economy" and/or "Independent Study”, you must have taken an academic writing course at your home university. If you have not, registering for "Academic Writing" by Prof. Miyuki Nakatsugawa at Keio University in the spring semester is required.
If your first semester at Keio is the fall semester and you have not taken an academic writing course at your home university, please consult the Office of Student Services (International Exchange Services Group).


PCP Certificate
A PCP Certificate is awarded to short-term international students and Japanese Language Program students who earn credits for 10 PCP classes. The 10 classes must include "Finance, Policy and the Global Economy" and "Independent Study".

If students can convince the Faculty of Economics that contents of the class they took at their home university is equivalent to the contents of a PCP class, PCP will count the credit for such a class towards the PCP certificate. For details on accreditation, please visit http://www.econ.keio.ac.jp/en/undergraduate/pcp/curriculum/certificate.

Registration *Please submit your latest official transcript to the Office of Student Services (International Exchange Services Group) during Course Registration Period to show that you have taken the prerequisite courses .

Faculty & Graduate School of Law

Syllabus : https://gslbs.adst.keio.ac.jp/.
*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring International Taxation Musahl
Spring National Security Decision Making 1 Tokuchi
Spring History of Modern Political Thoughts 1 Tsutsumibayashi
Spring English 5 Raeside
Spring English 5 Raeside
Spring Advanced Course on Japanese Studies 1 Masuyama
Spring Legal Cultures Ortolani
Spring Advanced Study of Political Thoughts 1 Shibata
Spring Special Study of African Society 1 Kondo
Spring Academic Writing Cannon
Spring Academic Presentation Cannon
Spring Advanced Study on Political and Sociological Theories Takenoshita
Spring Special Lecture of International Law 1 Yoon
Fall Contemporary Australian Theory 3 Shiobara
Fall Special Study of Social Research 1 Zhang
Fall Special Study of Social Classes 1 Takenoshita
Fall History of Modern Political Thoughts 2 Tsutsumibayashi
Fall English 5 Raeside
Fall Contemporary Africa 1 Sugiki
Fall Japanese Civil Law in a Globalized Economy Aoki
Fall Legal Presentation and Negotiation Miyagawa
Fall Advanced Study of Political Thoughts 3 Numao
Fall Seminar: Foreign Law Ortolani
Fall Advanced Study of Political Thoughts 2 Shibata
Fall Seminar:Legal Cultures Ortolani
Fall Special Study of African Society 2 Kondo
Fall Advanced Study on Political and Sociological Theories Takenoshita
Fall Seminar : Special Study of Politics and Society Takenoshita
Fall Special Lecture of International Law 2 Yoon
Fall Advanced Study on Political and Sociological Theories Matthews

Faculty & Graduate School of Business and Commerce

Syllabus : https://gslbs.adst.keio.ac.jp/
*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Monetary Economics Watanabe
Spring Passport Members' Workshop D Tan
Spring Passport Members' Workshop D Palys
Spring Passport Members' Workshop D Heng
Spring E-Marketing Tan
Spring Theoretical Study On Development, Trade And Environment Daitoh
Spring Essentials Of Regression Analysis Using R Potiron
Spring Consumer Psychology In Global Markets Moriyoshi
Spring Macroeconomic Aspects Of Public Finance Kitamura
Spring Marketing Data Analysis Shirai
Spring Advanced Studies In International Finance Kamada
Spring Economic Growth Otsu
Spring Managerial Economics Tsuru
Spring Domestic Tax Law(Comparative Studies On Tax Systems) Ueda
Spring Economic Analysis Otsu
Spring Stochastic Calculus: An Introduction With Application Potiron
Fall Passport Members' Workshop D Silberman
Fall Passport Members' Workshop D Magnier-Watanabe
Fall Passport Members' Workshop D Pokarier
Fall Consumer Behavior And Marketing Shirai
Fall Advanced Study Of International Economic Policy Endoh
Fall Research On Marketing Shirai
Fall International Business And Japanese Firms Nakamura
Fall Consumer Psychology In Global Markets Moriyoshi
Fall Corporate Governance In Major Countries Fukao
Fall Global Marketing Orsini
Fall Microeconomics Of Taxation Kitamura
Fall International Economy: Policy Implications Of Globalization Ueda
Fall Macroeconomics And Micro Data Watanabe
Fall Seminar: International Economics Endo
Fall IFRS Basic Inokuma
Fall Globalization And Human Resources Management Olcott
Fall Macroeconomics Diamond
Fall International Tax Law Ueda
Fall Introduction To Management Strategy Ushijima
Fall Organizational Architecture Tsuru
Fall Estimating Volatility In High-Frequency Data Potiron
Fall Advanced Academic Writing For Undergraduates Hanley
Fall Choice Analysis Technique Ono

Law School

Syllabus : https://gslbs.adst.keio.ac.jp/.
*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Japanese Law (Administrative Law and Regulatory Policy) Watai
Spring Japanese Law (State and Citizen) Yamamoto
Spring Law, Culture and Development in Asia Matsuo
Spring Japanese Law in CrossーBorder Matters Monroe-Sheridan
Fall Japanese Law (Contemporary Issues) Machino
Fall Japanese Law (Trade Law and Policy) Watai
Fall Introduction to Asian Law Imaizumi
Fall Japanese Law (Labor and Employment) Morito
Fall Japanese Law (Economy and Social Structure) Kanayama

Global Interdisciplinary Courses (at Hiyoshi campus)

Syllabus : http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/academic/gic/.
*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.
修者数を制限する科目があります。詳細は各科目のシラバスをご確認ください。

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Music1 Tsuchida
Spring Science and the Environment1 Obata
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Ishibashi
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Maeno
Spring Academic Literacy Gibbs
Spring Gender Studies 1 Iino
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Gorshkov
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Tominaga
Spring Health and Human Performance 1 Fuse
Spring Music1 Inoue
Spring Linguistics Science 1 Tancredi
Spring Academic Literacy Gibbs
Spring Sociology 1 Yamamoto
Spring Science and the Environment1 Foster
Spring Linguistics Science 1 Kitahara
Spring Science and the Environment2 Balachandran
Spring Academic Literacy Verla
Spring Academic Literacy Verla
Spring Gerontology 1 Morita
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Hayashi
Spring Psychology 3 Taya
Spring Academic Literacy Helwig
Spring Academic Literacy Underwood
Spring Academic Literacy Helwig
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Nakayama
Spring Academic Literacy Underwood
Spring Gerontology 1 Ishioka
Spring Science and the Environment1 Gudnason
Spring Area Studies on Culture 1 Ogawa
Spring History 1 Rhydwen
Spring Area Studies on Culture 1 Bennett
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Ishibashi
Spring Life Science - Current Status and Perspectives Toyoda
Spring Sex Roles and Status Tomida
Spring Literature 1 Webster
Spring Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Omae
Fall Music1 Tsuchida
Fall Science and the Environment1 Obata
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 2 Ishibashi
Fall Academic Literacy Gibbs
Fall Health and Human Performance 1 Kibata
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Gorshkov
Fall Gender Studies 2 Iino
Fall Health and Human Performance 1 Fuse
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 2 Tominaga
Fall Music2 Inoue
Fall Academic Literacy Gibbs
Fall Sociology 1 Yamamoto
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 1 Nakayama
Fall Science and the Environment1 Foster
Fall Life Science - Current Status and Perspectives Hayashi
Fall Linguistic Science 2 Kitahara
Fall Gerontology 1 Morita
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 2 Hayashi
Fall Science and the Environment1 Satou
Fall Life Science - Current Status and Perspectives Satou
Fall Psychology 4 Taya
Fall Academic Literacy Helwig
Fall Academic Literacy Helwig
Fall Science and the Environment2 Kawashita
Fall Area Studies on Culture 1 Bennett
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 2 Ishibashi
Fall Science and the Environment2 Toyoda
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 2 Nakayama
Fall Sex Roles and Status Tomida
Fall Literature 1 Webster
Fall Topics in Contemporary Business 2 Omae

Graduate School of Media Design (Hiyoshi Campus)

https://www.kmd.keio.ac.jp/

Semester Course Title Instructor

Spring

1st half

Entertainment Theory and Creative Strategy Inakage

Spring

2nd half

Perception Aware Computing Kunze

Spring

2nd half

Network Operation Kato

Spring

1st half

Intellectual Property Tactics Kikuchi

Spring

2nd half

Creative Conception for Transmedia Mizuguchi

Spring

1st half

Otaku Culture Sugiura

Spring

1st half

Venture Launch Inakage

Spring

1st half

Venture Fundamentals Inakage

Fall

1st half

Contents Creativity and Economical Impact of Otaku Culture Sugiura

Fall

2nd half

Theory of Business Media Furukawa

Fall

1st half

Embodied Interactions Minamizawa

Fall

2nd half

Computational Service Architecture Sugiura

Fall

1st half

Global Business Strategy and Responsible Leadership Senju

Graduate School of System and Management (Hiyoshi Campus)

http://www.sdm.keio.ac.jp/en/

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Development of Japan's Politico-Economic Systems Taniguchi
Spring Social and Management Science Research Design Nakano
Spring Mindfulness-Based Strategic Awareness Training Maeno
Spring System Architecting and Integration Nishimura
Spring System Verification and Validation Kotake

Spring

Intensive

Program Management Toma
Fall International Political Economy: Discussions on its Systems Taniguchi
Fall Frontier Project Management Kotake
Fall Introduction to System Design and Management Shirasaka
Fall Virtual Design Haruyama
Fall Project Management Toma
Fall Political System Taniguchi
Fall Supply Chain Management and Business Game Nakano
Fall Foundation of Model-Based Systems Engineering Nishimura

Fall

Intensive

Technical Entrepreneurship Toma

Fall

Intensive

Model-Based Conceptual Design and Management Nishimura

Faculty of Policy Management / Faculty of Environment and Information Studies (SFC - Shonan Fujisawa Campus)

https://www.sfc.keio.ac.jp/en/
Syllabuses and the details can be referred on http://vu.sfc.keio.ac.jp/course_u/index.html.

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Big Data Processing Uehara
Spring Region and Society (Middle East) Tanaka
Spring Seminar on Economic Theory Ozawa
Spring Theory of Global Environment Technology Shaw

Spring

1st half

Multicultural Society Wilhelm
Spring Design Research Onishi
Spring Human Capital Theory Kunieda

Spring

1st half

Introduction to Sports Science Ushiyama

Spring

2nd half

Institutional Design for Risk Society Akiyama
Spring Fundamentals of Programming with Script Languages Thamrin

Spring

1st half

Design Solution for Extreme Environment Onishi

Spring

1st half

Operating Systems Van Meter
Spring Optimization Theory Aono
Spring Fundamentals of Logic Hagino
Spring Workshops on Designing Electronic Toys Takefuji
Spring Region and Society(Europe and CIS Countries) Hirose
Spring Architecture and Environmental Design Galloway
Spring Calculus Miyamoto
Spring Macroeconomics 1 Shirai

Spring

1st half

Microeconomics 1 Wada
Spring Workshop on Learning Environment with ICT Okawa
Spring Introduction to the Internet Murai
Spring Forest Science and Engineering (from Supply Side) Shirai
Spring International Environment Shaw
Spring Policy Management(Human Security and International Development) Vu

Spring

1st half

Urban Rural Re-Design Kobayashi
Spring Fundamentals of Information Technology 2 Ferriyan
Spring ICT Policy and Technology Murai
Spring Development and the Local Community Thiesmeyer
Spring Statistical Analysis Trace
Spring Big Data System Kawashima

Spring

1st half

Microscopic Social Analysis Watanabe

Spring

2nd half

Macroscopic Social Analysis Watanabe

Spring

1st half

Region and Culture (Asia-Pacific) Wilhelm
Spring Programming Methodologies Masui
Spring Legislative Method Nagashima
Spring Practical Academic Presentation Bedelo
Spring Interaction Design Tokui
Spring Macroeconomics 2 Wada
Spring Lexical Semantics and Mental Dictionaries Ohori
Spring Mechanical and Materials Engineering Almansour
Spring History of Music Savage
Spring Language and Thought Imai
Spring Ergonomic Design and Technology Almansour
Spring Evolution of Music Savage
Spring Introduction to Statistics Takeuchi
Spring Fundamentals of Information Technology 2 Thamrin
Spring Linear Algebra Satoh
Spring State and Defence Tsuruoka
Spring Academic Writing Matikainen

Spring

2nd half

Microeconomics 2 Maeda
Spring Data Science of Cognitive Science Ishizaki
Spring Region and Society (The Americas) Fujita
Fall Heuristic Computing Takefuji
Fall Fundamentals of System Programming Mitsugi
Fall Policy Making Process Tsuchiya
Fall Diplomacy and National Strategy Kamo
Fall Open Design Strategy Tanaka
Fall Environment Risk Science Shaw
Fall Analytical Framework for Policy Design Osaka

Fall

1st half

Design Observation Narukawa

Fall

1st half

Multinational Management Kotosaka

Fall

2nd half

Design and Operation of the Internet Nakamura
Fall Building Construction and Design Onishi

Fall

1st half

Policy Management Studies Kawazoe
Fall Intellectual Property System Takefuji
Fall Intellectual Property System Saito
Fall Geography of Planning Practice Shaw

Fall

1st half

Evidence Based Health Policy, Management and Communication Kunieda
Fall International Finance Wada
Fall Data Science for Genome Dynamics Suzuki
Fall Financial Analysis Shirai

Fall

2nd half

Social Security Policy(Disaster) Oki
Fall International Development Nakamuro
Fall Asia Workshop Vu
Fall Fundamentals of Information Technology 1 Ferriyan
Fall Ubiquitous Information Service Takashio
Fall Region and Culture (Asia-Pacific) Santoso
Fall Practical Academic Writing Bonzi
Fall Basics of Data Science Miyachi
Fall Modern Politics Tanaka
Fall Management of  Emerging  Businesses Kokuryo
Fall Practical Academic Presentation Bedelo
Fall Data Science for Health Care Takeuchi

Fall

2nd half

Workshops on Legal Thinking Maracke
Fall Organizational Strategy(Micro) Innami
Fall Workshops on New Business Creation Suzuki
Fall Internet Security Architecture Murai
Fall Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming Nakazawa
Fall Region and Society (The Americas) Nakayama
Fall Introduction to Data Acquisition Nakazawa
Fall Algorithmic Design Matsukawa
Fall Workshops on Sensing Technologies Iizuka
Fall Fundamentals of Information Technology 1 Thamrin
Fall Database Architecture Kiyoki
Fall Web Design and Management Takeda
Fall Information Visualization Masui
Fall Probability Satoh
Fall Software Engineering Kawashima
Fall Pattern Information Processing Ishizaki
Fall Programming Languages Hattori
Fall Mathematical Models Kawazoe

Fall

1st half

Environment and Information Studies Hamada
Fall Designing SFC Spirits Iba
Fall Calculus Aoyama
Fall Japan and African Global Connection (A Process to Realize Sustainable Collaboration for the Future) Hasebe
Fall Quantum Information Processing Van Meter
Fall Introduction to Second Language Learning and Teaching Nakahama
Fall Ergonomic Design and Technology Almansour
Fall Mechanical and Materials Engineering Almansour
Fall Urban Planning and Machizukuri Matsumoto
Fall Introduction to Statistics Trace
Fall Music and the Brain Fujii
Fall Complex Systems Science Aono
Fall Music and Culture Savage
Fall Haptic Science and Technology Nakatani
Fall Molecular Nutritional Science for Health Watanabe

Graduate School of Media and Governance (SFC - Shonan Fujisawa Campus)

https://www.sfc.keio.ac.jp/gsmg/en/
The language of instruction may be subject to change.
Syllabuses and the details can be referred on http://vu.sfc.keio.ac.jp/course_u/index.html.

Semester Course Title Instructor
Spring Design and Implementation of System Software Van Meter
Spring Theory of Global Environment Technology Shaw
Spring Advanced Research(EG1) Shaw

Spring

1st half

Strategic Management Kotosaka
Spring Autonomous Decentralized Cooperative Systems Tokuda
Spring Advanced Research(CI) Kiyoki
Spring Environmental Technoscience and Policy Ichinose
Spring Policy Management(Human Security and International Development) Vu
Spring Development and the Local Community Thiesmeyer
Spring Multimedia Knowledge Base Design and Implementation Kiyoki
Spring Global Governance Studies (Viewpoints) Tanaka
Spring Digital Earth Science Yan
Spring Conceptual Framework(CI) Mitsugi
Spring Environmental Information System Architecture Kiyoki
Spring Information Security -Theory and Practice- Takeda
Spring Conceptual Framework(Human Security) Vu
Spring Practice in Environmental Monitoring Yoshizaki
Spring Academic Writing for Graduate Studies Rand

Spring

2nd half

Policy Management(Policy Making and Social Innovation) Kanie

Spring

2nd half

Biodiversity Science Sasaki

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (Embodiment Design Program) Kobayashi

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (xSDG) Kanie

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Service) Ichinose

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (Novel Computing: AI and Brain Science) Kiyoki

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (Human Service and Community) Akiyama

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (Climate Change and Disaster Risk Governance System for Sustainable Development ) Yan

Spring

Intensive

Academic Project (Multilingual and Multicultural Society) Fujita

Spring

Intensive

Aging Society Hotta
Fall Design Strategy(Ambient Media) Tanaka

Fall

2nd half

Software Security Uehara
Fall Ubiquitous Computing Systems Tokuda
Fall Geography of Planning Practice Shaw
Fall Regional Strategy Studies(East Asia) Nakayama
Fall Global Environmental Politics Kanie
Fall Design Strategy (Spatial Information Systems and Architecture) Nakanishi
Fall Conceptual Framework(EG1) Kanie
Fall Advanced Research(Developing Regions of Asia) Thiesmeyer
Fall Applied Environmental Design (Architecture and Landscape Design) Ikeda
Fall Exercise on Designing Low-Carbon Society 2 Matsuo
Fall Global Governance Studies(Globalization and Regional Transformation) Webb
Fall Management of  Emerging  Businesses Kokuryo
Fall Internet Security Architecture Murai
Fall Regional Strategy Studies (North, Central and South America) Nakayama

Fall

1st half

Construction Management Ikeda
Fall Large-Scale Environmental Systems Yan

Fall

1st half

Strategic Management Yahagi

Fall

2nd half

Environmental Dynamics Goto

Fall

1st half

Urban Design Studies Golani Solomon

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (Embodiment Design Program) Kobayashi

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (xSDG) Kanie

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Service) Ichinose

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (Novel Computing: AI and Brain Science) Kiyoki

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (Human Service and Community) Akiyama

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (Climate Change and Disaster Risk Governance System for Sustainable Development ) Yan

Fall

Intensive

Academic Project (Multilingual and Multicultural Society) Fujita

Fall

Intensive

Cyber Leadership Nakamura

Fall

Intensive

Special Seminar on Environmental Design 1 Kobayashi

Fall

Intensive

Special Seminar on Environmental Design 2 Kobayashi

Japanese-taught courses

  • Students who have Japanese language proficiency equivalent to JLPT level N2 or above may take courses taught in Japanese open to exchange students. 
  • The number of courses you can take also depends on your Japanese proficiency level. Please refer to the chart below.
  • Undergraduate students cannot register for Graduate School courses.

*When registering for Undergraduate Faculty / Graduate School courses, students are required to have Japanese proficiency equivalent to or more than level N1 of the JLPT. Students whose Japanese proficiency is equivalent to the level N2 of the JLPT can register for undergraduate faculty courses, but need to form their study plan on the assumption that earning credits is extremely difficult.

Number of the courses you can take

Your Japanese language proficiency Level

5 courses or more

Students need to be placed into an Advanced or Higher Advcanced study level on the Japanese Language Program Placement Test at Keio. 
OR
Students who have Japanese language proficiency equivalent to level N1 of the JLPT (*1)

Up to 4 courses

Students who have Japanese language proficiency equivalent to level N2 of the JLPT (*2)

(*1)  “Equivalent to level N1” means you have already passed JLPT N1, or you are able to score at least 80% on the following samples from past tests for the JLPT N1 (*does not include listening section).
(*2)  “Equivalent to level N2” means you have already passed JLPT N2, or you are able to score at least 60% on the following samples of past tests for JLPT N2 (*does not include listening section).

Number of the courses you can take

Level N1

Level N2

Past JLPT Exam

 Vocabulary
Grammar
Reading

Vocabulary
Grammar
Reading

Answer Sheet

N1sheet.PDF

N2sheet.PDF
Answers N1answer.pdf N2answer.pdf

*To check your Japanese Language Proficiency, please submit one of the following documents at the Course Registration Guidance for the KIP students.
- A photocopy of JLPT certificate of Result and Scores for N1/N2 level
- A printed answer sheet of the Past JLPT exam N1/N2 level (*please grade by yourself)  

*When you register for Undergraduate Faculty / Graduate School courses, the instructor’s permission is required. Depending on the situation, you may not be able to take the undergraduate faculty courses you like. Please keep this in mind when forming your study plan and credit transfer plan.

Course descriptions and schedules for Undergraduate Faculties / Graduate Schools

http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/academic/rishu/index.html (Only available in Japanese)

You can search the courses online on the following web page.

*To search courses conducted in English, please choose "English" for "language of instructions" at the bottom-right of the page.
*Not all the courses listed are open to exchange students. Please contact the Office of Student Services (International Exchange Services Group) in advance to see if the course you wish to take is open to exchange students.

The Undergraduate Faculty / Graduate School Courses NOT open to Exchange Students 

http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/academic/rishu/tagakubu_restriction_en.pdf
http://www.gakuji.keio.ac.jp/academic/rishu/takenkyuka_restriction_en.pdf