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0ATQ001 Olympic Movement Studies 1.0 1 FallAB Mon2 GSI302 Kei OTA,
Yukinori SAWAE,
Taro OBAYASHI
In this class, we will learn the hisotry anddevelompmet of Olympic (andParalympic) Movement and discuss thefuture. Especially, we focus on thedifinition of the Olympic Movement, theprocess of Olympic Movement in Japan,the Olympic Movement beyond Tokyo2020, etc. The topics of the Paralympicsare also treated.
0ATQ002 Olympic Movement and Sport Law 1.0 1 FallAB Wed1 GSI302 Kenji SAITO This course deals with the OlympicCharter and Anti-Doping Rules as lawsrelated to the Olympic Movement, andintroduces interpretation method orfunction of these legal norms.Specifically, students will learn thecomposition and contents of the OlympicCharter, the definition of the OlympicCharter concerning the OlympicMovement, its legal significance, and thetransition of the Olympic Movement inthe previous Olympic Charter.
0ATQ003 International Sport Event Management 1.0 1 SprABC Intensive GSI302 Ebbe DAIGO This course provides a framework forunderstanding the management andmarketing strategies used in the sportingevent industry.The major focus on Sports EventManagement examines two themes, sportevents as medium/catalyst and sportevents as product.The first theme views sports as one ofthe vehicles to promote a product,service or organization. The secondtheme focuses on the application ofgeneral event management principlesand theories to promote sports and sportrelated products.
0ATQ004 Anti-Doping 1.0 1 FallABC Intensive TBA Koichi WATANABE The development of anti-doping (AD)program in sports all over the world, ADprogram and Global sport, Sport system,the Code and roles and responsibilities ofathletes are introduced. Also theimportance of Integrity in sport, values-based education, fairness in sport will bediscussed.
0ATQ005 Japanese Culture 1.0 1 FallABC Tue5,6 TBA Izumi EGAMI In this course, students will learn aboutJapanese manner and hospitality throughJapanese food, festival, kimono andcalligraphy.
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Foundation Subjects for Major (Compulsory)

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0ATQ006 Sport and Diversity 1.0 1 SprA Thu3 GSI302 Yukinori SAWAE,
Satoshi SHIMIZU
Through this course, the students willlearn about problems that we have beenfacing regarding sports and diversity anddiscuss about future inclusive societythrough 2 different topics. First topic isabout sport and gender issues such aswomen’s participation in sports, women’s position and leadership in sportsorganizations, LGBT issues, etc. Thesecond topic is about sport anddisabilities. The students will learn aboutthe Paralympic Games and otherinternational competitive sports events aswell as leaning about various disabilitiesand their characteristics through someexamples.
0ATQ007 Olympic and Paralympic Education 1.0 1 SprAB Wed2 GSI302 Yukinori SAWAE,
Caroline F. BENTON,
Taro OBAYASHI
In this class, we will learn the theory andpractices of the Olympic and Paralympiceducation. Especially in Japan, theeductional activities are promoted evenin the Tokyo 1964. In addition, One-School One-Country programme wasspreaded on Nagano 1998. Based on thehistorical background and experiencesfor Tokyo 2020, we will consider thefuture of the Olympic and Paralympiceducation.
0ATQ008 Taiku (Physical Education) 1.0 1 SprABC Intensive GSI302 Hirokazu MATSUO The course outlines contemporarythemes in sport pedagogy from boththeoretical and practical perspectives. Inthe first half of the course, guest lecturesfrom experts in various domains willteach students about issues andapproaches to physical education withinJapanese and international contexts. Inthe latter classes, students will applyselected PE theory to practical (group)teaching sessions in an activity of theirchoice.
0ATQ009 Cross-Cultural Communication 1.0 1 SprAB Fri5 GSI302 Randeep RAKWAL In this course, students will learn thebasics of cross-cultural communicationin respect to the globalised university,and the future working environment theywill face. Irrespective of yourbackgrounds, past affiliations anddisciplines, the need will be to have goodcommunication with people havingdiverse perspectives and personalities,and which is key for buildingrelationships and success, and futurecareers.
0ATQ010 Research Project Management 2.0 1 FallABC Fri1 GSI302 Randeep RAKWAL In this course, students will learn aboutmanagement of their research projects,focusing on the planning, outlineconstruction and details therein in linewith the stated aims and objectives of theproject.

 

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0ATQ101 TIAS Internship A 4.0 1 FallC,Spr Vac by request Toshinobu KAWAI,
Randeep RAKWAL,
Taku YAMAGUCHI
Host organisations for the internship willbe set to gain practical knowledge for thestudents about sports’ events,tournaments or conferences. Thoseexperiences might construct or connectwith their carrier paths as well.
0ATQ102 TIAS Internship B 4.0 1 SprC,SumVac by request Toshinobu KAWAI,
Randeep RAKWAL,
Taku YAMAGUCHI
Host organisations for the internship willbe set to gain practical knowledge for thestudents about sports’ events,tournaments or conferences. Thoseexperiences might construct or connectwith their carrier paths as well.
0ATQ103 TIAS Research Project 4.0 2 SprABC by request Yukinori SAWAE,
Koyo FUKASAWA,
Kenji SAITO,
Takeshi NISHIYASU,
Randeep RAKWAL,
Koichi WATANABE,
Junko OHISHI,
Toshinobu KAWAI
Students will conduct their own researchproject based on one of the researchmajors as below,and will write a finalreport.1)Olympic and Paralympic Education2)Sport Management3)Sport Science and Medicine4)Teaching, Coaching and JapaneseCulture

 

Major Subjects (Research Major)

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0ATQ201 Seminar in Olympic and Paralympic Education I 2.0 1 FallABC by request Yukinori SAWAE,
Koyo FUKASAWA,
Taro OBAYASHI
By the end of the seminar students willbe able to articulate their researchargument about Olympic and ParalympicEducation through review study andpractical research with written and orallypresented project.
0ATQ202 Seminar in Olympic and Paralympic Education II 2.0 1 SprABC by request Yukinori SAWAE,
Koyo FUKASAWA,
Taro OBAYASHI
By the end of the seminar students willbe able to articulate their researchargument about Olympic and ParalympicEducation through review study andpractical research with written and orallypresented project.
0ATQ203 Seminar in Sport Management I 2.0 1 FallABC Wed5 Kenji SAITO,
Ebbe DAIGO
This course focuses on the sportmanagement, business andadministration. The course can bedivided into two parts.The first part is individual activity.Students require to collect, introduce,and summarize scientific papers thoseare related to their research topic.The other part is a group activity.Students is expected to work in smallgroup. They will discuss and decide theirtheme, set up research questions, collectdata, and have a presentation at the finalclass.
0ATQ204 Seminar in Sport Management II 2.0 1 SprABC Wed5 Kenji SAITO,
Ebbe DAIGO
This course focuses on the sportmanagement, business andadministration. The course can bedivided into two parts.The first part is individual activity.Students require to collect, introduce,and summarize scientific papers thoseare related to their research topic.The other part is a group activity.Students is expected to work in smallgroup. They will discuss and decide theirtheme, set up research questions, collectdata, and have a presentation at the finalclass.
0ATQ205 Seminar in Sport Science and Medicine I 2.0 1 FallABC by request Takeshi NISHIYASU,
Hideki TAKAGI,
Koichi WATANABE,
Randeep RAKWAL
Literature review, small group discussionon experimental design and researchmethods necessary for writing a finalreport.
0ATQ206 Seminar in Sport Science and Medicine II 2.0 1 SprABC by request Takeshi NISHIYASU,
Hideki TAKAGI,
Koichi WATANABE,
Randeep RAKWAL
Literature review, small group discussionon experimental design and researchmethods necessary for writing a finalreport.
0ATQ207 Seminar in Teaching, Coaching and Japanese Culture I 2.0 1 FallABC by request Toshinobu KAWAI,
Yasuo SENGOKU,
Junko OHISHI,
Hirokazu MATSUO
Student will choose an academicsupervisor from one of the professorslisted above. Through this course,students will be instructed by theacademic supervisor on identifyingissues and knowledge gaps, settingresearch questions and research design,collecting and processing data, andgiving presentations.

 

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0ATQ208 Seminar in Teaching, Coaching and Japanese CultureII 2.0 1 SprABC by request Toshinobu KAWAI,
Yasuo SENGOKU,
Junko OHISHI,
Hirokazu MATSUO
Students will be instructed by theacademic supervisor as chosen inSeminar I. In Seminar II, students willcontinue learning to identify issues andknowledge gaps, set research questionsand research design, collect and processdata, and give presentations.
0AS0204 Olympic and Paralympic History 1.0 1 FallAB Tue1 GSI302 Yukinori SAWAE,
Taro OBAYASHI
In this class, we will learn the history ofthe Olympic Games and ParalympicGames especially on the origin, theprocess of development and thechallenges for future. Specifically, wefocus on the history of the ancientOlympics (ancient Games in Greece), therevival of the Olympics in modern times,Olympic (and Paralympic) movement inJapan, the Stoke mandeville games andthe Paralympics, etc.
0ATQ209 Olympism and Legacy 1.0 1 FallAB Thu2 GSI302 Koyo FUKASAWA In this course, we will learn about thesignificance of Olympism and OlympicLegacy, consider the ideal way of legacythat fits the situation in the futurecountries and regions, and reflectOlympism by contemplating futureOlympic Legacy. Will aim to developinsight into legacy through them.After confirming the essentials ofOlympism, we will take the opportunityof the Olympic Legacy to be mentionedand the details of its introduction. Basedon these, we will investigate the actualsports mega event, contemplate actionsthat reflect the legacy philosophy, andgive presentations on them.
0ATQ210 Sport Organisation and Governance 1.0 1 FallABC Intensive GSI302 Shoichi SUGIYAMA The objectives of this course are:i) to understand the governance structureof International Sport Federations (IFs)and National Sport Federations (NFs)and their business at the practical levelas well as the roles and responsibilitiesof stakeholders involved in sportsorganizations; andii) to discuss the system for promoting“Olympic Movement” (including anti-doping and dispute resolution) and theglobal model of governance in the fieldof sports, focusing on the interactionamong stakeholders proposed by theInternational Olympic Committee.This course is organized by the expertpractitioners working at IF (s) or NF(s).

 

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0ATQ211 International Sport Marketing 1.0 1 FallABC Intensive GSI302 Ebbe DAIGO This course will be an 10-classes coursethat will have a broad overview of sportsmarketing strategies includingsponsorship and consumer behaviour.Ideas such as promotion, publicrelations, advertising, media coverageand sponsorship will be explored in thiscourse. The student will havepresentations to learn each contents ofsports marketing. Furthermore, throughdiscussion topics (we will call this ‘classactivity’) the student will focus onreinforcing topics presented in the classas well as current topics in sports.
0ATQ212 Sport Technology and Biomechanics 1.0 1 SprAB Thu5 GSI302 Hideki TAKAGI Students will learn the rationale ofbiomechanics and hydrodynamicsbehind the development of sports gearsor high competitive performance, anddiscuss the methods and problems of thelatest athlete’s traing. Students will beable to address the technologicalchallenges in modern sports.
0ATQ213 Sport Medicine 1.0 1 SprAB Mon3,4 GSI302 Koichi WATANABE This course introduce sports medicine inJAPAN and the world, medical issue inevent management.Lectures such as sports injury andtrauma updates, sudden death andmedical screening by aging, basis forathletic prevention and rehabilitationincluding oriental medicine,conditioning and gender issue will bediscussed. Also it include practices ofCPR, experience of surgery in anoperating room, massage, taping, andanother interventions.
0ATQ214 Exercise Physiology and Human Performance 1.0 1 SprAB Mon6 GSI302 Seiji ONO,
Takeshi NISHIYASU
Introduction of exercise physiology andlatest findings related to humanperformance.
0ATQ215 Elite Sport Coaching 1.0 1 SprABC by request TBA Yasuo SENGOKU In this course, we will learn and practicethe theory and methodology aboutcoaching and training for elite athlete.
0ATQ216 Budo 1.0 1 SprB Intensive TBA Junko OHISHI In this course, students will have a shortstudy tour to the city of Kashima inIbaraki prefecture on the secondSaturday/Sunday in June.They willobserve and learn about themodern/traditional styles ofbudo(Japanese martial arts).