Graduate School of EducationWaseda University

About the School

Curriculum

Master’s Program Doctoral Program
Educational Science major Fundamental Studies of Educational Sciences major
Japanese Language and Literature Education major Curriculum Area Sciences major
English Language Education major
Social Studies Education major
Mathematics Education major

 

Master’s Program

The master’s program is composed of five majors:  Educational Science major, Japanese Language and Literature Education major, English Language Education major, Social Studies Education major, and Mathematics Education Major. Here we introduce the master’s program structure and characteristics, and the master’s degrees that can be obtained at the Graduate School of Education. You can also find information about the different majors on offer, and a course list.

Doctoral Program

The doctoral program is composed of two majors –  Fundamental Studies of Educational Sciences major and  Curriculum Area Sciences major. Here we introduce the doctoral program structure and characteristics, and the doctoral degrees that can be obtained at the Graduate School of Education. You can also find information about the majors on offer, and a course list.

Teacher’s License

Students can acquire specialization certificates and primary school teaching licenses

Students who have obtained a primary license for elementary school, junior high school or senior high school teacher are able to acquire an equivalent school type or subject specialization certificate by obtaining the necessary credits for a teaching license and completing the program. Furthermore, although numbers are limited, there is also a possibility of students obtaining as part of the master’s program a new secondary license as an elementary school teacher.

Students who have yet to obtain a teaching license are able to obtain a primary License by obtaining the necessary credits as a non-degree student at the School of Education.

* See the Graduate School guidance literature for more details.

Exchange with other universities

  1. Keio University Graduate School
    The Graduate School of Education has concluded a student exchange agreement with Keio University Graduate School of Letters and Graduate School of Human Relations, allowing students from both universities to sit courses at the other university as exchange students.
  2. Graduate student exchange alliance
    An agreement for inter-university student exchange in graduate school education has been signed with Kyoto University, Keio University and the University of Tokyo, helping to promote the exchange of graduate students with a focus on research instruction as a part of doctoral courses.

Please click the following link for an introduction of the Graduate School of Education curriculum, course videos, and an introduction of seminars and lectures.

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