All classes at Mukogawa U.S. Campus are conducted in English in order to acquire the English skills needed in a global society. In order to improve the effectiveness of learning, we have adopted a small group of about 12 language subjects and about 24 lecture subjects.
The American teachers who teach are ESL professionals who have a qualification for English education. Each class is 90 minutes, and the classes are organized according to the level of each student, and the instruction and evaluation are done according to the class, so students can improve their English ability without difficulty.
Students can get support for their research – access to materials like books, journal articles and databases – a computer with the right software, or maybe just a quiet place to study.
Mukogawa faculty and administration are committed to excellence in instruction and learning.
- American History and Studies
Students can enjoy various learning spaces around campus, including Commons, The Loft, the Computer Lab, JCC, their dormitories, and the Library