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2 Academic Organization

Faculty of Education

Division Course  
Department of Teacher Training and School Education Educational Progress Pedagogy
Psychology
Early Childhood Education
Special Support Education
Curriculum & Instruction Japanese
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Music
Fine Arts
Health & Sports Science
Home Economics
Technology
English
Traditional Culture Calligraphy
Cultural Heritage

Nara University of Education offers three undergraduate major programs for deeper learning: "Education and Development," "Subject Education," and "Traditional Culture Education." Students enrich their "Learning Histories" through on-campus learning along with off-campus experiences (teaching practice at the affiliated kindergarten and schools, school support at public schools, and volunteer activities).
The "Learning Histories" practically enhance the students' technical competence in course instruction, their clinical competence in education, and their capability to deal with various issues.

Graduate School of Education

Division Major
Master Course School Education
Subject Education
School of Professional Development in Education

There has been real advancement and diversification of late in education systems, educational practice, and clinical education with regard to school education. In response to this, the Graduate School of Education seeks to nurture teachers and educators with the basic academic skills for educational research and the capacity to deal with modern educational issues, as well as high-level specialists of true quality and expertise. It also places great emphasis on postgraduate education for in-service teachers to produce competent teachers in this area.

Postgraduate Course

▥ Special Course for Teachers for Special Education
This course aims to further cultivate the skills of mainly in-service teachers and assist in their development as quality educators in the special education area, while deepening their understanding of the specialized knowledge in the field.

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