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Department of Nursing

Faculty of Health Sciences (License Education)

Department of Nursing

Department of Rehabilitation

Course of Physical Therapy, Course of Prosthetics & Orthotics

The Feature of Faculty of Health Sciences

The Faculty of Health Sciences revolves around education and research with an emphasis on training specialist

professionals with the ability to contribute to society. Specifically, the faculty provides a wide-ranging education geared towards examinations for national medical and healthcare qualifications combining theoretical and practical elements in order to train specialist healthcare professionals with the outstanding practical skills they need to provide tailored healthcare services to anyone who requires assistance. Another key feature of the Faculty of Health Sciences is its ability to produce human resources who are capable of helping local people to maintain and improve their health through education and research in the specific fields of nursing, physical therapy and prosthetics.

Department of Nursing

In view of the Waseda College of Medical Arts and Sciences”commitment to “nurturing specialist healthcare

professionals to help ensure people,s health and happiness”and current social factors, the Department of Nursing

works in conjunction and partnership with related professions and provides support to help improve and alleviate mental, physical and practical impairments resulting from illness. This is all based on learning through cultural and nursing education in order to establish a deeper, multifaceted understanding of humankind in line with the university,s philosophy. The department also aims to train human resources who are capable of providing healthcare services aimed at preventing lifestyle-related diseases and minimizing any deterioration in mental and physical functions as a result of aging. In order to achieve this, the department provides training via an integrated curriculum for healthcare workers and nurses.

Department of Rehabilitation

As society continues to age, physiotherapists and prosthetists & orthotists are set to play an extremely important role in the future, in terms of providing support to help the elderly and disabled to lead independent lives. In recognition of this fact, the Department of Rehabilitation offers majors in both physical therapy and prosthetics & orthotics within the same department. The aim of positioning both of these majors within the Department of Rehabilitation is enable the two professions to complement one another and work together, and to train human resources who will be able to provide high quality healthcare services in line with patients, actual needs.

Department of Nursing


This curriculum is structured to foster human resources who can contribute to maintaining people's health and preventing diseases.


Practical Basic Nursing

Learn about a nurse's role, as well as the health and lives of people needing treatment. Gain skills for improving the effects of treatments and the communication skills necessary for operating between related workers and nurses.

  First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year
Core ・Health Sciences of the Mind and Body
・Introduction to Life Sciences
・Life Ethics
・Introduction to Behavioral Sciences   ・Introduction to Cultural Sciences
Human and
・Theory of Information
・Human Engineering
・Chemistry ・Food Study
・Biology  ・Stress and Health
・Sports and Health
・Introduction to Physical Education  
Human and Society ・Psychology ・Family Sociology  ・Law
・Human Relationships
・Theory of Modern Family
・Japanese Law ・Theory of Community Contribution
Human and Culture ・Daily Life and Culture ・Medical English
・Basic English
・Oral Communication
・Reading Englsih Documents
・Theory of Internationl Culture
UHAS Seminar ・Occupation and Career Forming
・Communication Practicum
・Logical Thinking and Ecpression
・Introduction to Computer
Phenomena of
・Functional Morphology I
・Functional Morphology II
・Biochemistry ・Clinical Nutrition
・Microbiology ・Pathology
・Diseases and Treatment I
・Diseases and Treatment II
・Diseases and Treatment Ⅲ
・Diseases and Treatment Ⅳ
・Medicine and Health
Environment and
  ・Health and Welfare Policy
・Health and Environment
・Theory of Welfare and Lifestyle
・Social Security Systems
・Welfare of Disorder
・Health Statistics
・Professional Partnerships in Health and
・International Health and Medicine
Basic Nusing ・Principles of Nursing
・Health Assessments
・Livelihood Support Techniques
・Nursing and Therapy
・Practical Basic Nursing I
・Developing Nursing Processes
・Practical Basic Nursing II
Clinical Nursing ・Introduction to Adult Nursing ・Assistance During Chronic Phase
・Assistance During Acute and Recovery
・Assistance During Terminal Phase
・Practical Adult Nursing I
・Practical Adult Nursing Ⅱ
Development of
・Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
・Introduction to Maternal Nursing
・Introduction to Geriatric Nursing
・Pediatric Nursing Assistance
・Maternal Nursing Assistance
・Geriatric Nursing Assistance
・Practical Pediatric Nursing
・Practical Maternal Nursing
・Practical Geriatric Nursing I
・Practical Geriatric Nursing Ⅱ
Supporting Nursing ・Introduction to Psychiatric Nursing
・Introduction to Home Nursing
・Introduction to Community Nursing
・Psychiatric Nursing Assistance
・Home Nursing Assistance
・Community Livelihood Support Techniques
・Community Nursing Activities
・Practical Psychiatric Nursing
・Practical Home Nursing
・School Nursing
・Industrial Nursing
・Community Nursing Management
・Practical Community Nursing I
・Practical Community Nursing II
・Management of Health Crisis
Development of Nursing   ・Nursing Management and Information ・Nursing Research ・Nursing Research II
・International Cooperation in Nursing
・Palliative Care ・Dementia Care
・Infectious Nursing ・Clitical Care
・Rehabilitation Nursing Theory
・Women's Health Care
・Disaster and Nursing Activities
・Integrated Practice
・Gene Nursing
・Liaison Nursing Theory
・Family Nursing Theory
・Health Nursing Theory