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Health and Exercise ScienceMaster’s Thesis AdvisorsSpecializationQualicationMuscle biologySports neuroscienceBiomechanicsSports psychologySport Physiology & NeuropsychologyBiomechanicsExercise physiologySleep ScienceProfessorProfessorProfessorProfessorProfessorProfessorAssociate ProfessorAssociate ProfessorNameAKIMOTO, TakayukiKANOSUE, KazuyukiKAWAKAMI, YasuoMASAKI, HiroakiTAKARADA, YudaiYANAI, ToshimasaMIYASHITA, MasashiNISHIDA, MasakiThe master’s program with a specialization of health and exercise science is designed to help students develop a thorough understanding of the basic principles and comprehensive knowledge related to health and exercise science. Students will learn fundamental research skills in the topic of their choice within the eld of specialization. Conducting their own research projects and submitting a master’s thesis are required for completing the master’s degree program.Sport ManagementMaster’s Thesis AdvisorsSpecializationQualicationSport managementSport marketingProfessorProfessorNameHARADA, MunehikoMATSUOKA, HirotakaThe master’s program with a specialization of sport management focus on the effective management of sport organizations such as national and international sport governing bodies, professional sports leagues, teams and clubs. Students will acquire knowledge on various management elements related to sport such as Sport management, Sport marketing, Sport governance, Sport policy, Sport event and facility management, Sport nance and economics, Sport in society, and Historical foundation of sport, and from these academic viewpoints, they analyze sport phenomena and conduct research that leads to policy planning.English-based Two-year Master’s Program30 credits can be taken as follow※Except for basic elective subjects for one-year Master’s Program.Compulsory/ElectiveCompletionRequirementsSubject CategorySubject DetailsCompulsoryElectiveTutorialMaster’s thesisTutorial by research supervisorPass over 2 yearsPass8 credits2 credits20 credits (or more)30 credits (or more)Seminar(1)A/B and(2)A/B offered by research supervisor Seminar(1)(2)not taught by research supervisor(0~8credits)Select freely regardless of the area or course※Seminar for introduction of Sport ScienceSeminar subjectsSeminar subjectsLecture subjectsField work subjectsNumber of credits for completionTwo-year Master's Program

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