The graduate program consists of 21 courses and more than 140 research advisors and through a large number of course clusters in diverse fields supports education in the master’s and doctoral programs.
In accordance with the specific regulations of each course, 32 credits are required for the completion of the master’s program. Up to 14 credits from classes or lectures of other courses within the Graduate School of Letters, Arts and Sciences are allowed, with a further 10 credits from university-wide and other classes open to students in the graduate school through partnership agreements are permitted.
Exchange agreements with 9 domestic universities offer opportunities to take lectures and receive research supervision at the respective graduate schools. Furthermore, in order to cater to individual research needs numerous agreements are in place with renowned overseas universities, offering a diverse range of programs for research abroad.
In the master’s program, we cultivate in-depth scholarship and the ability to assume specialist vocations, aiming at educating capable people who can contribute through their activities not only within Japan but also within international society.
In the doctoral program, under the direction of multiple research advisors, thorough guidance is provided toward attaining the doctoral degree, pursuing research capability and establishing oneself as a researcher.