Department of Geosystem Sciences, Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University
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The College of Humanities and Sciences offers unique and diverse programs for both domestic and international students. With seventeen major undergraduate programs and almost as many graduate programs to choose from, students can receive a superb education in many fields. The College boasts about 8,900 undergraduate and about 400 graduate students. Though Nihon University may well be the largest educational institution in Japan with thirteen different campus locations, the College of Humanities and Sciences maintains a close-knit feeling among its student body members.
The campus is easily accessible via an excellent Japanese public transportation system from any place in Tokyo. It is located just a ten-minute train ride from Shinjuku, one of the liveliest spots in Tokyo. The College of Humanities and Sciences, however, is in a quiet residential area, which provides an ideal environment for earnest students.