公立大学法人名桜大学

沖縄の公立大学 名桜大学

やんばるの豊かな自然の中で
国際的教養人を育成します!

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  • 大学の使命・目的および全学的三つのポリシー
  • 名桜大学助産学専攻科
  • 名桜グローバル・シティズン対話シリーズ
  • 学長講座「大学と人生」
  • リベラルアーツ機構
 
名桜大学は、沖縄県名護市にある公立大学です。「平和・自由・進歩」の基本理念のもと「国際社会で活躍できる人材育成」を大学の使命・目的としています。「山原(やんばる)」と呼ばれる沖縄の豊かな森や美しい海など、自然に恵まれた教育環境です。
人文科学・社会科学・自然科学を幅広く学び、深い知識と思考力を持った国際的教養人を育てる「リベラルアーツ教育」を推進しています。
 
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Department of Sports and Health Sciences

We cultivate talented individuals who, having an understanding of human health, can take the role of health support specialists, and treat the body and mind as one.

  

 

Key Points of the Program

 

 

We offer specialized education in various academic fields to achieve the scientific study of sports and health on a global standard through our innovative interdisciplinary methodology.

1. Training specialists in supporting health and sports activities
 

The training of specialists who are equipped with the knowledge and skills in sports and health that can be applied to enhance life-long health and prevent life-style related illness.

2. Varied and fully developed practice, training, and tactical exercises
 

Education and training for obtaining a license to teach health and physical education, clinical training in nursing and practical care, training to obtain the license to teach nursing, training in facilities used to promote health in order to obtain the entrance qualification to take the health exercise instructor examination, and internship in industries, social welfare facilities, local public organizations, outdoor training facilities, and so on.

3. Multi-faceted research for a better understanding of man and society
 

We offer courses in social welfare and psychology to understand the relation between man and society, between human behavior and human psychology.

4. Specialized practical skill courses
  We offer every type of practical skills course, such as practical skills in marine sports which make good use of the advantages Okinawa provides (wind surfing, scuba-diving, etc.); traditions characteristic of Okinawa (karate, classical martial arts, classical Ryukyu dance, etc.); winter sports pursued outside the prefecture (skiing, snow-boarding); as well as other practical skills involving our training room and indoor heated swimming pool.

 

SUBJECT LIST FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS AND HEALTH SCIENCES

SUBJECT LIST FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS AND HEALTH SCIENCES


Principal Subjects

Health and Physical Education Teacher    School Nurse
Introduction to Sports and Health
Physiology of Motion and Sports Physiology
Swimming
Apparatus Exercise
Principles of Physical
Seminar
Teacher Training Practicum
 

Nursing
First Aid and Basic Life Support
Public Health and Hygiene
Introduction to School Nursing
Clinical Nursing Training
School Health
School Nursing Training
Theory and Methods of Health Consultation Practice


Social Welfare Management      Health Exercise Instruction
Public Health and Hygiene
Nutrition
Introduction to Social Welfare
Welfare for the Elderly
Disability and Social Welfare
Child Welfare
Social Work Theory and Practice
  Introduction to Wellness
Exercise Program for Health
Introduction to Medical Service
Exercise Stress Testing
Track and Field
Aerobics
Measurement and Evaluation of Health and Physical Fitness
Health Industry Facilities On-site Practicum

Training Instruction
Human Anatomy
Laboratory Experiments in Kinesiology
Sports Injury and Prevention
Sports Instruction
Sports Training
Sports Coaching
Kinesiology

 

Degree

Bachelor of Arts (Sports and Health)

 

Licenses and Qualifications available from the Department of Sports and Health Sciences
Licenses
Junior High / High School First Class Teaching License in Health and Physical Education
School Nurse First Class Teaching License
Health Supervisor First Class

Qualifications
Entrance qualification for Health Exercise Instructor examination
Training Instructor (JATI)
Japan Sports Association(JASA) Certified Sports Instructor
(JASA Junior Instructor, JASA Sports Programmer plus partial exemption for other qualifications)
Qualified Social Welfare Officer
Qualified to take the exam to be a physical trainer.

Career and qualification paths after graduation
High School Teacher (Health and Physical Education)
School Nurse
Sports organizer or sports trainer
Civil Servant
Welfare Officer at medical or welfare institutions
Company Welfare Officer
Graduate Student