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August, 1980   Established the Department of Applied Foreign Languages with a

                         Japanese major as a five-year program with one class limited to

                         male students.

 

August, 1981   Increased the program by one class for a total of two classes limited

                         to male students.

 

August, 1986   Established one male class and one female class.

 

August, 1995   Established one Japanese class and one English class.

 

August, 2000   Established the Department of Applied Foreign Languages as a two-

                         year program with one class of twenty-five students each in both

                         English and  Japanese majors.

 

August, 2001   Increased class size for both the English and Japanese majors.

 

August, 2003   Established the Department of Applied Foreign Languages as a

                         four-year program with twenty-five students in each major as one

                         class.

 

August, 2004   Changed the name of the Department of Applied Foreign Languages

                         (two-year program) to the Department of Japanese Studies (two-

                         year program). 

 

August, 2004   Added one Japanese and one English class in the four-year

                         program. 

 

August, 2005   Changed the name of the Department of Applied Foreign Languages

                         to the Department of Japanese Studies (four-year program).

 

August, 2007   Changed the name of the Department of Applied Foreign Languages

                         (five-year program) to the Department of Japanese Studies.

 

August, 2009   Established the graduate program of Japanese Market and Business

                         Strategies.

 

August, 2010   Accepted student admission in the graduate program of Japanese

                         Market and Business Strategies. 

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