Study in Kobe

Degree Awarding Policy of the Faculty of Human Development

  • Updated on March 1, 2016


The Faculty of Human Development, Kobe University provides students with intensive and extensive knowledge, and engages in education and research in the field of human development from infancy to old age, as well as its surrounding environment, thereby fostering autonomous individuals with specialized knowledge and problem-solving skills in this regard.

[Requirements for undergraduate degrees]
In order to qualify for an undergraduate degree, students must study at the Faculty for the specified period of time, complete the subjects prescribed according to the educational objectives of the Faculty, and earn the standard number of credits. The subjects to be completed include lectures, seminars, experiments, exercises, practical training, and graduation work.
[Criteria for program completion]
As a general rule, before completing the undergraduate degree program, students at this Faculty are required to be able to act as autonomous individuals equipped with specialized knowledge and problem-solving skills regarding the human development and its surrounding environment.