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Students will acquire knowledge and skills that are necessary for the field of health, medical, welfare services and relief activities.

The curriculum is structured based on five main principles.

While People, who are the subject of nursing, are interacting with the environment, they conduct various activities to maintain, improve and recover their health.

“Nursing” and “The Red Cross” shall give influence over people and environment to create desirable, healthy status for the people.


Freshman year





Onsite practical training

Students acquire practical skill by interacting with people who need nursing.

Onsite practical training is essential for the nursing study. Students reinforce the knowledge and skills that they learned during classes by actually applying them to treat people or in daily life.

During practical training, students often encounter a situation that is not mentioned in textbooks.

By experiencing such issues, students can fully realize that who they need to nurse are human beings and each of them has personality and is different.



What is semester?

 Under the semester system, a year is divided into two terms (spring and fall), and the units of students are recognized for each term. Since the opportunity to register courses increases, students can enjoy the freedom to select subjects more.


Introduction of credited auditor system

 Credited auditor system allows people with qualification to enter university or graduate school to take specific subjects of junior college, college and graduate school. When a student takes a course and pass an exam, he/she can receive units from the subject. The units obtained from a college can be used recognized as the units to acquire a degree by applying to National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation.