Faculty of Nursing and Nutrition

Faculty of Nursing and Nutrition

Admission Policy
  The Faculty of Nursing and Nutrition is committed to developing human resources who can contribute to supporting people’s healthy lives, with respect and consideration for others and society as a whole. To this end, we are looking for the following types of students.
● Individuals who understand the value of human life and can persevere in their efforts.
● Individuals who have consideration for others and have the ability to share others’ pain.
● Individuals who understand the importance of science and do things in an appropriate manner.
● Individuals who can respond to changes in social systems in a timely and appropriate manner.
● Individuals who have the capacity to work in harmony with others from different professions in team medical care.

Department of Nursing Science

Distinctive Features
  The Department of Nursing Science is designed for those who want to pursue a career as a nurse or nursing teacher. With the aim of training students to be a nurse who can hold a leadership position in the future, the four-year course provides learning from lectures and abundant practical training work, so that students can obtain specialized knowledge and high levels of nursing competence. It is also important for nursing professionals to have rich human qualities; nursing care requires the ability to understand the feelings of others and share the pain of others. Practical training provided both within and outside the university will also serve as an opportunity for students to enhance their social and mental capacities.

Subjects
Developmental Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Theory of Social Welfare; Theory of Team Medical Care; Biology of the Human Body; Clinical Pathophysiology; Rehabilitation Science; Introduction to Nursing Science; Nursing Techniques; Maternal Health Nursing Theory; Pediatric Nursing Theory; Adult Health Nursing Theory; Geriatric Nursing Theory; Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Theory; Family Nursing Theory; Home Care Nursing Theory; Clinical Practice in Remote Islands; Clinical Practice in Disaster Nursing; International Nursing; etc.

Department of Nutrition Science

Distinctive Features
  The Department of Nutrition Science intends to produce and foster nutritionists, managerial dieticians, and other professionals who support ‘diet and health’ from the perspective of nutrition. Importance is placed on practical education. In many classes (for nutritional guidance, food service, clinical nutrition, etc.), students will work in a small team, through which they will acquire the planning capabilities necessary to work for medical and other facilities. Through the four-year course, students are also expected to enhance their knowledge and skills related to counseling, their understanding of people, and other elements required for team medical care.

Subjects
Developmental Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Theory of Social Welfare; Theory of Team Medical Care; Basic Biology; Biochemistry; Organic Chemistry; High Polymer Chemistry; Community Hygiene; Clinical Medicine; Anatomical Physiology; Dietetics; Cooking Science; Food Hygienics; Exercise Physiology; Basic Nutrition Science; Applied Nutrition Science; Nutrition Education Theory; Clinical Nutrition Management; Public Health Nutrition; Food Service Management Theory; etc.