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Our three degree programs are defined through credit requirements that specify a mix between political science and economics.Curriculum OverviewContemporary/Japanese PoliticsComparative PoliticsInternational PoliticsPublic PolicyPolitical Thought and Political HistoryEconomic PolicyInternational EconomicsIntermediate Micro/MacroeconomicsFinanceEconomic HistoryMathematical AnalysisEconometricsGame TheoryStatisticsIntermediate SeminarBasic SeminarPolitical AnalysisInternational RelationsPublic PhilosophyMicroeconomicsMacroeconomicsPoliticalScienceEconomicsMethodologySeminarsAcademic Writing, Japanese and Other Languages, General Studies, Internships, etc.B.A. in Political SciencePOLECONB.A. in EconomicsB.A. in Global Political EconomyPOLECONPolitical Communication, Political Institutions, Political Behavior, Political Economy, etc.Comparative Democratization, Politics of Western Europe, Politics of East Asia, etc.International Organization, International Political Economy, International Security, etc.Public Policy, Public Administration, Local Government, NGOs, etc.Japanese Political Thought, Western Political Thought, Constitutionalism, International History, etc.Labor Economics, Health Economics, Environmental Economics, Political Economics, Law and Economics, etc.Development Economics, Asian Economy, Spatial Economics, Resources and Food, etc.Japanese Economy, Advanced Micro/Macroeconomics, Welfare Economics, Public Economics, etc.Money and Banking, Empirical Finance, International Finance, Public Finance, etc.Economic History of Japan, Global Economic History, Economic History of Asia, Comparative Institutional Analysis, etc.Advanced Game Theory, Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Mathematical Economics, etc.Quantitative Analysis, Network Analysis, Applied Econometrics, Time Series Analysis, Panel Data Analysis, etc.Advanced Seminar, ThesisWorking Closely with ProfessorsFully Bilingual ProgramThe SPSE welcomes about 800 new students each year in April into the Japanese-based Degree Program (JDP), while approximately 100 new students enter each year in September into the English-based Degree Program (EDP).While our students can obtain all credits for completion by taking courses entirely in English, we offer most courses at all levels (introductory, intermediate, and advanced) in both English and Japanese. Taking courses in Japanese may be particularly beneficial for students who are proficient in both languages and seek careers in or related to Japanese companies or organizations.Students at SPSE take discussion-based courses (“seminars”) throughout their studies. The seminars are organized in small groups, typically with 5 to 15 students, in which students collaborate with their peers and discuss their ideas with their professor. Some professors organize a dinner party or seminar trip once or twice a year, in order to provide informal and relaxed opportunities to interact with students. Developing a life-long relationship with a professor is not rare at Waseda. Students have the option of writing a thesis in their final year under the supervision of their seminar professor.IntroductionFoundationSpecializationLearn more about our degree programs !ECONPOL

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