Public University Corporation NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY

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History

Apr. 1950 ■Established Nagoya City University.
Jun. 1951 ■Relocated the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (from Narumi Town to 3-1, Tanabe-dori, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya and to 1-11, Hagiyama, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya).
Apr. 1952 ■Established the Department of Medical School of the Medical School under the new educational system (Quota: 40).
Apr. 1955 ■Established the College of General Education for providing general education to the Premedical Course of the Medical School and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences following the establishment of the Premedical Course in the Medical School.
Sep. 1957 ■Renamed affiliated Welfare Women's Higher School to "Nursing School of Nagoya City University."
Apr. 1958 ■Established the Advanced Course in Pharmacy in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Quota: 9).
May 1959 ■Relocated the administration office to Kawasumi Campus.
■Granted the academic dissertation evaluation right to the Graduate School of Medical Sciences under the old academic system.
Nov. 1960 ■Relocated the Library of the Medical School from the University Hospital to Kawasumi Campus.
Mar. 1961 ■Abolished the Medical School and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences under the old academic system; abolished the Advanced Course in Pharmacy of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Apr. 1961 ■Established the Graduate School of Medical Sciences (Doctoral Program) and the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Master's Program).
Dec. 1961 ■Set the number of sickbeds of the University Hospital to 512.
Apr. 1963 ■Increased the quota for admission to the Department of Medical School of the Medical School from 40 to 60.
Apr. 1964 ■Established the Department of Economics of the Faculty of Economics (Quota: 150).
Apr. 1965 ■Relocated a part of the College of General Education and Student Affairs Office from Tabane-dori Campus to Yamanohata Campus.
Mar. 1966 ■Collected the facilities of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences on Tanabe-dori Campus.
Apr. 1966 ■Established the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Doctoral Program).
Nov. 1966 ■Rebuilt the University Hospital; resumed medical services in the new hospital (on Kawasumi Campus); Set the number of sickbeds to 624.
Apr. 1967 ■Launched the Calculation Center.
Apr. 1968 ■Collected the facilities of the College of General Education on Yamanohata Campus.
■Established the Graduate School of Economics (Master's Program).
■Increased the quota for admission to the Department of Pharmacy of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences from 80 to 100; increased the quota for admission to the Department of Economics of the Faculty of Economics from 150 to 200.
■Increased the quota for admission to the Nursing School from 20 to 30.
Apr. 1970 ■Established the Graduate School of Economics (Doctoral Program); added the Department of Pharmaceutics to the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Quota / Department of Pharmacy: 60, Department of Pharmaceutics: 40).
■Increased the quota for admission to the Nursing School from 30 to 40.
Apr. 1971 ■Established the Evening Class of the Nursing School (Quota: 30).
Apr. 1975 ■Increased the quota for admission to the Department of Medical School of the Medical School from 60 to 80.
May 1981 ■Completed the extension work of the University Hospital; set the number of sickbeds to 914.
Mar. 1982 ■Completed the construction of outdoor education facilities in Chino City, Nagano Prefecture.
Jan. 1983 ■Set the number of sickbeds of the University Hospital to 821.
May 1983 ■Set the number of sickbeds of the University Hospital to 808.
Apr. 1985 ■Decreased the quota for admission to the Department of Pharmacy of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences from 60 to 50; increased the quota for admission to the Department of Pharmaceutics from 40 to 50.
Apr. 1987 ■Launched the Institute of Molecular Medicine Affiliated with the Graduate School of Medical Science.
Apr. 1988 ■Established the Nagoya City University College of Nursing (Quota / Department of School of Nursing: 100).
Mar. 1989 ■Abolished The Evening Class of the Nursing School.
Apr. 1989 ■Established the Graduate School of Economics (Master's Program) (Quota / Master's Program in Japanese Economy and Management :15).
Mar. 1990 ■Abolished the Nursing School.
Apr. 1990 ■Increased the quota for admission to the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Master's Program) from 26 to 45.
Apr. 1991 ■Added the Department of Management to the Faculty of Economics (Quota / Department of Economics: 140, Department of Management: 70 (including 10 valid until 1994.)).
■Established the Advanced Course in Midwifery in the College of Nursing (Quota: 15).
Dec. 1992 ■Completed the construction of the Center for Experimental Animal Science Affiliated with the Graduate School of Medical Science.
Apr. 1994 ■Received the approval of the Advanced Course in Midwifery of the College of Nursing by the National Institution of Academic Degrees and University Evaluation.
Mar. 1995 ■Completed the construction of the Advanced Pharmaceutics Research Institute Affiliated with the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Jul. 1995 ■Received the approval as an advanced treatment hospital.
Mar. 1996 ■Completed the construction of the Research Building of the Graduate School of Medical Sciences of the Medical School.
Mar. 1996 ■Abolished the College of General Education.
Apr. 1996 ■Established the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Quota / Department of Human Sciences: 50, Department of Social Studies: 50, Department of Intercultural Studies: 55).
■Established the School of Design and Architecture (Quota / Department of Visual Information and Design Technology: 30, Department of Life Environment Design: 30).
■Established the Institute of Natural Sciences.
■Launched the Institute of Economic Research Affiliated with the Graduate School of Economics.
Apr. 1999 ■Established the School of Nursing (Quota / Department of School of Nursing: 80).
■Renamed the Calculation Center to "Information Center."
Apr. 2000 ■Established the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Master's Program) (Quota: 15).
■Established the Graduate School of Design and Architecture (Master's Program) (Quota: 25).
■Established the Graduate School of Natural Sciences (Master's Course) (Quota: 15).
■Reorganized the major system of the Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and increased the quota for admission from 27 to 52.
Apr. 2001 ■Reorganized the major system of the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and increased the quota for admission to the Master's Program from 45 to 72 and the Doctoral Program from 13 to 18.
■Unified the Library and the Information Center into the Library and Information Processing Center.
Mar. 2002 ■Abolished the College of Nursing.
Apr. 2002 ■Introduced the departmental system into the graduate schools.
■Established the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Doctoral Program) (Quota / Master's Program: 15, Doctoral Program: 5).
■Established the Graduate School of Design and Architecture (Doctoral Program) (Quota / Master's Program: 25, Doctoral Program: 5).
■Established the Graduate School of Natural Sciences (Doctoral Program) (Quota / Master's Program: 15, Doctoral Program: 5).
Apr. 2003 ■Established the Graduate School of Nursing (Master's Program) (Quota: 12).
■Increased the quota for admission to the Master's Program of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences from 15 to 25.
Jan. 2004 ■Started the Medical Center (808 sickbeds) of the University Hospital.
May 2004 ■Increased the post of Vice President to 2.
Apr. 2005 ■Renamed the School of Design and Architecture to "Department of Design and Information Technology" and "Department of Artificial Environment Design," and increased the quota for admission to each department from 30 to 40.
■Reorganized the major system of the Graduate School of Economics, and increased the quota for admission.
■Established the Graduate School of Nursing (Doctoral Program) (Quota / Master's Program: 12, Doctoral Program: 5)
■Launched the Institute of Studies in Humanities and Cultures Affiliated with the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Apr. 2006 ■Established Public University Corporation Nagoya City University.
■Reorganized the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and established the Department of Pharmacy (six-year course, quota: 60) and the Department of Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences (four-year course, quota: 40).
Apr. 2007 ■Reorganized the Faculty of Economics, and established the Department of Public Policy in Economics (Quota for admission: 90), the Department of Management System (Quota: 80), and the Department of Accounting and Finance (Quota: 60). (Increased the total quota from 200 to 230.)
May 2007 ■Started the Outpatient Facility of the University Hospital.
Apr. 2008 ■Established the Graduate School of Medical Sciences (Master's Program) (Quota: 10)
■Added the midwifery discipline to the Master's Program of the Graduate School of Nursing, and increased the quota from 12 to 24.
Nov. 2008 ■Completed the construction of the Practical Training Building of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Apr. 2009 ■Increased the quota for admission to the Medical School from 80 to 92 (including 2 for temporary increase valid until 2017).
■Launched the Institute of Artificial Environment Design Affiliated with the Graduate School of Design and Architecture.
Jul. 2009 ■Completed the construction of the Research Building of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Dec. 2009 ■Launched the Institute of Biodiversity Affiliated with the Graduate School of Natural Sciences.
Apr. 2010 ■Increased the quota for admission to the Medical School from 92 to 95 (including 3 for temporary increase valid until 2019).
■Renamed the Department of Artificial Environment Design of the School of Design and Architecture to "Department of Architecture and Urban Design."
Mar. 2011 ■Established the Clinical Simulation Center.
Apr. 2011 ■Received the designation as the Emergency & Critical Care Center.
■Established the Good Sleep Center.
Apr. 2012 ■Reorganized the School of Design and Architecture, establishing the Department of Informatics and Media Design, the Department of Industrial Innovation Design and the Department of Architecture and Urban Design.
■Reorganized the Doctoral Program of the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, establishing the Doctoral Program (4-year program) and the Doctoral Program (3-year program)
■Authorized the Regional Perinatal-period Mother and Child Medical Center.
Mar. 2012 ■Started the operation of the east building (Kidani Memorial Cancer Center) of the University Hospital.
Oct. 2012 ■Completed the construction of the Lecture and Library Building of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Mar. 2013 ■Established the Nursing Practice Study Center.
Apr. 2013 ■ Renamed the Department of Human Sciences of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to "Department of Psychology and Education."
■ Established the Graduate School of Cooperative Major in Nanopharmaceutical Sciences (Doctoral Program) in the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences jointly with Nagoya Institute of Technology.
Aug. 2014 ■Established the Medical Design Research Centre.
Oct. 2014 ■Established the Charter of Nagoya City University and the Future Plan of Nagoya City University.
Nov. 2014 ■Established the Research Center for Recurrent Pregnancy Loss.
Apr. 2015 ■Designated as General Maternal and Fetal Medicine Center.
■Renamed "Department of Biological Information, Graduate School of Natural Sciences" to "Department of Information and Basic Science, Graduate School of Natural Sciences."
Apr. 2016 ■Established the Breast Cancer Treatment and Breast Reconstruction Center.
■Authorized as a special medical institution for uninsured combined treatment in the National Strategic Special Zones.
■Opened the Course of Economics and Management in Health in the Graduate School of Economics.
Jul. 2016 ■Established the Department of Medical research and developmental strategy.
Jan. 2017 ■Established the Center for Medical Innovation and Technology
Apr. 2017 ■Opened the Course of Clinical Psychology for School in the Master's Program of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
■Established the Medical Psychology Center.
■Established the Pain Center.
■Established the Education and Research Center for Advanced Medicine
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