The College of Education and Human Sciences educates students and conducts research based on the concepts of advanced information literacy, knowledge networking skills and environmental and community awareness.

By providing a solid educational background, the college aims to train its students to become school teachers as well as active citizens who are capable of meeting the needs of an increasingly globalized society.

The college offers two departments: School Education and Human Sciences

Department of Human Sciences

Building upon the rich historical and cultural heritage of Yokohama, this course approaches the issues of art, culture and society from a futures perspective. The Studio Education System is a unique aspect of the course; students and teachers work together to develop themes and conduct research as well as practice, produce, and then perform works of art to the community.

The department offers two specializations: Art and Culture, Society and Culture.