Our school offers a master's program and a doctoral program in several sports sciences' disciplines.
We welcome enthusiastic and curious students from all over the world to study and research at the cutting edge of sport science with us.


Health and
Exercise Science
The master’s program with a specialization in health and exercise science is designed to help students develop a thorough understanding of the basic principles and comprehensive knowledge related to human movement and wellbeing. The program offers courses that cover a variety of topics such as biomechanics, cognitive neuroscience, active and healthy aging, motor control, sports psychology, epidemiology, preventive medicine, athletic training, exercise physiology, muscle biology and others.
  • Muscle Biology
  • Biomechanics
  • Sports Psychology
  • Health and Sports Epidemiology
  • Motor Nerve Physiology
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Sports Neuroscience
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Active and Healthy Aging
  • Physical Activity and Life Course
  • Applied Health Science, Sports Medicine, Athletic Training
  • Athletic Training, Sports Safety, Environmental Exercise Physiology
  • Exercise Physiology and Biochemistry,Sport and Exercise Genetics
The master’s program specializes in sport management, which focuses on the effective management of sport organizations and sport events such as international and national sport governing bodies, professional sports leagues, teams, clubs, and players. Students will acquire the basic principles and comprehensive knowledge on various management elements in sport such as sport management, sport marketing, sport governance and policy, sport facilities, sport finance and economics, and the management of modern Olympics and Paralympics.
  • Sport Management
  • Sport Marketing
  • Evolutionary Sport Psychology,
    Sport Business
  • Management for Sport Organisations, Sport Governance and Policy


Sport Culture
Courses within the specialization examine the role of sport in society and culture, in the past, present, and future, from the perspectives of the human and social sciences. Our graduates go on to careers in research and education, as well as in sports-related and other industries.
  • Sport and the Media
  • Culture of Sport
  • Sport and Social Theory
  • Sports History
Sport Business
This specialization covers a wide range of sport business perspectives including both for-profit sports in private (e.g. professional sports and fitness clubs) and non-profit sports in the public sector (e.g. governments and schools). Students who graduate from these courses are expected to play active roles in sport business leaders, sports researchers, as well as general managers who significantly influence sport organizations.
  • Sport Business Management
  • Sport Organization
  • Business Administration of
    Sport Organizations
  • Sport Business Marketing
Sports Medicine
Research topics in the Sports Medicine specialization are diverse and include perspectives from across the basic and applied sciences. Subjects include sports injury, preventive medicine, Paralympic/adapted sports, healthy aging, athletic training and others. Students will develop advanced and comprehensive knowledge in their selected subjects and develop capabilities to execute high-quality research. Upon graduation, students are expected to apply their expertise in Sports Medicine and Science as researchers, administrative officials, policy planners, or in corporate capacity as public health experts.
  • Exercise Immunology
  • Health and Behavioral Sciences
  • Active and Healthy Aging
  • Sports and Exercise Medicine
  • Athletic Training
  • Muscle Biology
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Functional Anatomy for
    Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
  • Sports Epidemiology
  • Exercise Metabolism
  • Health Education
In this field, we examine human performance from biomedical perspectives, aiming at enhancement of active life and improvement of sports performance. A variety of high-spec technologies such as artificial climate control chamber, EEG, EMG, multi-camera motion capture, MRI, TMS, etc., are available to our students, providing opportunities to take precise measurements of human body/motions and to integrate their textbook-knowledge with experimental data on human behavior/function, in order to design and conduct their own research/dissertation. With completion of the program, students will be prepared to apply their profound knowledge and research expertise to pursue their careers in research, teaching and sports-related and other professions.
  • Biodynamics
  • Sport Psychology
  • Biomechanics
  • Sport Physiology &
In this specialization, we examine coaching in modern society from the perspectives of sports science, education, and praxis (the integration of theory and practice). Through practical research and education, we aim to produce athlete-scholars with comprehensive knowledge, pedagogical skills, and research abilities to support sport and player development in the 21st century.
  • Budo coaching and instruction
  • Japanese Martial Arts
  • Coaching Science
If you are interested in our school,
please see this page for admission information.