About MIC

AboutMIC

Overview

Miyazaki International College (MIC), founded in 1994, was established under the MIC credo, “Respect and Diligence” for the purpose of cultivating truly international individuals. Miyazaki International College, in addition to Miyazaki Gakuen Junior College, Miyazaki Gakuen High School, and the Miyazaki Gakuen Junior College-Affiliated Midori Kindergarten and Kiyotake Midori Kindergarten, is sponsored by the Miyazaki Educational Institution (MEI), a chartered educational corporation established in 1939.

Name Miyazaki International College
Founded 1994
Address 1405 Kano, Kiyotake,
Miyazaki 889-1605
TEL 0985-85-5931
FAX 0985-84-3396
URL http://mic.ac.jp/

President’s Message

宮崎国際大学学長永田雅輝

Miyazaki International College
President
Masateru Nagata

 This university was founded to develop people who are equipped with the fundamental academic skills that will enable them to communicate with others with confidence under any circumstances and to tackle the issues with which they are faced.  In the Department of comparative Culture of the School of International Liberal Arts you will study international liberal arts in English. In high school you studied basic academic subjects, but here at MIC, you will not simply listen to lectures in more sophisticated versions of these subjects. You will, rather, use English as a means for independently approaching your studies and to develop problem-solving skills. You will not be studying English, but you will learn how to use it by using it first-hand in your classes. The cognitive development that occurs in the process of using English in this way is also an important aspect of your learning in this department.  The School of Education’s Department of Childhood Education will equip you with the academic knowledge and broad liberal arts education. The first stage of human development occurs in pre-school and childhood education. Here at MIC, you will complete the course of study designed to develop people capable of bearing the important role of educator in such education while acquiring a broad liberal arts education. You will also learn how to sing while playing the piano for children and develop English language proficiency.  The outcomes of these learning experiences will be carefully monitored through the use of a Learning Portfolio (a learning management record) based on a clear set of evaluation standards as we make efforts to enhance the effectiveness of our education.

Schools and Departments

Schools and Departments

School of International Liberal Arts
Department of Comparative Culture

Enrollment: 100

Schools and Departments

School of Education 
Department of Childhood Education

Enrollment: 50

Educational Philosophy and Objectives(From Article 1 of the College Rules)

Miyazaki International College upholds the educational philosophy of Respect and Diligence purported by Miyazaki Educational Institution. The College provides a program of higher education in the liberal arts for the purpose of developing individuals who will contribute to international society.

Admission Policy(The Ideal MIC Student)

Miyazaki International College welcomes students who

  • 1. Identify with its educational policy of upholding the philosophy of “Respect and Diligence”
  • 2. Recognize the value of contributing to global and local society
  • 3. Have clear educational goals and the ability to take independent action

Curriculum Policy(Curricular Structure and Implementation Policy)

The curriculum of the Miyazaki International College is designed on the basis of the following principles to develop individuals equipped with a sense of ethics, the education and scholastic capacity required of members of the working world, and the knowledge and skills expected of professionals.

  • 1. Courses that promote learning through critical thinking
  • 2. Courses that facilitate active learning in the classroom
  • 3. Courses that enable practical learning

Diploma Policy(Qualities Students Should Acquire by Graduation)

Miyazaki International College awards the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Culture and Bachelor of Arts in Education upon students who have acquired the qualities and capabilities described below, and have successfully completed the requisite graduation credits.

  • 1. A sense of ethics that honors respect and diligence
  • 2. The education and scholastic capacity required of members of the working world,
     and the knowledge and skills expected of professionals
  • 3. The cognitive and practical skills necessary to confront the challenge of our social issues

History

1939
Miyazaki Educational Institution founded
1994
Miyazaki International College, Department of Comparative Culture, Faculty of Comparative Culture established
1999
Teacher certification (Level 1 Junior High School and High School English Teacher License) program accredited
2006
“Department of Comparative Culture” renamed “Department of International Liberal Arts”
2014
School of Education, Faculty of Child Education established; 20th anniversary of founding of Miyazaki International College