Visions & Values

Purpose, Vision and Values of NUA

Purpose of NUA

Pursuant to provisions of Basic Act on Education (Act No.120 of 2006) and School Education Act (Act No.26 of 1947), the purpose of NUA is to carry out education and research in specialized scholarship and arts concerning the arts and specialized knowledge on human development, to give liberal arts education, and thereby to foster human resources who are able to contribute to the arts, culture and human development in Japan.

Vision and Values

NUA aims to realize creation of new values by cross-cutting academic engagement based on well-balanced educational concepts with intelligence and sensitivity. The university also intends to contribute to the local community and society by intensifying its effort into career education, by strengthening cooperation with local governments and businesses, and by developing education and research with the arts.

Purposes, Vision and Values of the Schools and Departments

Purpose of the School of the Arts

Purpose of the School of the Arts is to encourage its students to acquire specialized skills and wide knowledge in the arts, and to foster human resources who are able to contribute for creation and development of the arts and culture with their imagination and practical skills.

Purpose of the School of Human Development

Purpose of the School of Human Development is to encourage its students to acquire rich sensitivity through education of theory and techniques in child nursing and education, and to foster nursery teachers and educators with rich sensitivity who are able to support children’s growth and development.

Vision and Values of the School of the Arts

The School of the Arts aims to foster human resources with excellent personalities who are able to contribute to the local community and society by carrying out education in specialized scholarship and arts concerning the arts and by giving liberal arts education.

Vision and Values of the School of Human Development

The School of Human Development encourages its students to acquire sensitivity and ability to support children’s growth and development in the aspects of both education and welfare by learning theory and skills in childcare and education, by experiencing practical trainings, and by cultivating artistic sensitivity. The school aims to foster nursery teachers,kindergarten teachers, and elementary school teachers who are able to contribute to the local community.

Admission Policy of
School of the Arts
The School of the Arts calls for persons with wide range of view and enthusiasm who find creative values in the arts and are aspired to contribute to the society through it.
Curriculum Policy of
School of the Arts
To contribute to development of the arts and culture and to the local community and society, the School of the Arts enhances specialized education in each division and organizes a cross-cutting curriculum that allows the students to learn wide range of subjects.
Diploma Policy of
School of the Arts
The School of the Arts grants Bachelor of Arts Degree to those who have acquired skills and knowledge to contribute to the society through implementation of their specialties, and completed credit requirements for graduation.
Admission Policy of School of Human Development
The School of Human Development calls for persons who intend to think of their careers with wide range of vision as they form their personalities, who attempt to let themselves and others grow by learning through experiences,and who are aspired to become nursery teachers, kindergarten teachers, and elementary school teachers.
Curriculum Policy of School of Human Development
The School of Human Development organizes a curriculum that allows its students to form their personalities comprehensively and to decide on their careers to pursue as they learn creatively and systematically in combination of three programs, Nursery Teacher Training Program, Kindergarten Teacher Training Program, and Elementary School Teacher Training Program.
Diploma Policy of School of Human Development
The School of Human Development grants Bachelor of Education Degree to those who have learned theory and skills in childcare and education,completed practical trainings, cultivated artistic sensitivity, and acquired ability to support children’s growth and development in the aspects of both education and welfare.