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Areas of Liberal Studies

Area A. Humanities
The aim is to explore the diversity of the humanities, gain insights into humanistic thinking, and engage in humanistic practices. Students will take part in discussions, explore different ways of thinking and value systems, and learn to analyze opinions. 

Area B. Contemporary Civilization 

Students are guided to grasp new developments in society and industry, gaining new perspectives for their own fields of expertise. 

Area C. Aesthetics and Life Exploration
Through literature and art, students will cultivate their imagination and creativity while enhancing their aesthetic sensibilities. Moreover, these courses will enable students to gain a deeper understanding of their own lives, develop a strong self-identity, and form positive attitudes towards life. 

Area D. Society, History and Culture
These courses offer introductions to the basic methods of the social sciences, and will guide students to reflect on important social and cultural issues. By exploring history and traditions, they will recognize their subjectivity within their own cultural context and develop value-based thinking. 

Area E. Self, Groups and Social Systems
In these courses, students will gain an understanding of the development of social systems and cultivate the knowledge and attitudes needed to participate in public affairs. They will be guided to foster harmonious relationships within groups, fulfill civic responsibilities, and develop a strong sense of social justice. 

Area F. Nature and Life Science
These courses provide an introduction to the principles of natural sciences and their applications. Students will explore the relationship between life and the material world, reflect on the interaction between scientific advancements and social culture, and consider the connections between science and the humanities