Nowadays, social welfare workplaces require interaction and cooperation with people in medicine, health, politics, community care, and business. The Social Welfare Major offers a wide range of specialized subjects related to social welfare, medical welfare, community-based welfare, international welfare, mental health, and welfare skills, in order to train professionals who can collaborate with other specialists. In addition, the major offers numerous specialized seminars for students to gain practice and training during each of their four years. The seminars utilize the teacher’s expertise in fields such as medical welfare, child and family welfare, international welfare, disability studies, town planning, children’s mental health, contemporary sociology, social philosophy, and theories of caring. The major also offers specialized training with practice in the field for students who wish to become certified social workers or psychiatric social workers. At the same time, the curriculum allows students to systemically acquire the skills, knowledge, and way of thinking required in the field of social welfare, through practical activities and international contributions.