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Licenses Available through the Master of Science Program

Licenses Available through the Master of Science Program

Students who complete our Graduate School Master of Science Program are eligible for the following teaching licenses: Junior High School Teacher Specialization License (Health and Physical Education) and High School Teacher Specialization License (Health and Physical Education).
Basic qualification for application is being in possession of a Type 1 license, and in principle, completion of the Master of Science Program (acquisition of a Master’s degree) by taking a minimum of 24 credits from among the courses listed below (this applies to both the Sakura Class and the Hongo and Ochanomizu Class.

Specialization License Application Course Requirements (2016 Academic Year)

Course NameLecture/PracticeCredits
Sports medicine
【Internal medicine / Locomotorium】※
Lecture 2
Sports Physiology Lecture 2
Sports Biomechanics Lecture 2
Sports Nutrition Lecture 2
Coaching and Method
(Metrical Sports [Athletics / Swimming]) ※
Lecture 2
Coaching and Method
(Expressive Sports [Gymnastics / Dance]) ※
Lecture 2
Coaching and Method (Ball Sports) Lecture 2
Coaching and Method (Martial Arts) Lecture 2
Sports Movement and Behavior Lecture 2
Sports Pedagogy Lecture 2
Sports Physiology Lecture 2
Sports Sociology Lecture 2
Lifelong Sports:
An International Perspective
Lecture 2
Mental Health Lecture 2
Environmental Health Science Lecture 2
Health Promotion Lecture 2
Health Education Lecture 2
The Disabled and
Special Needs Education
Lecture 2
Theory of Sports for the Disabled Lecture 2
Theory of Teaching Healthy Exercise Lecture 2
Clinical Psychology Lecture 2
Theory of Health and
Physical Education Pedagogy
Lecture 2
Practicum on Teaching Technique and
Materials Development
Practice 4

※Students will enroll in either one of the courses listed in square brackets (credits will be awarded for enrolled course only).

※Note that students are required to meet with their respective faculty supervisors when enrolling for courses.