Graduate School of
The Graduate School of Humanities operates under the theme of "shaping humanity with academics" to develop advanced specialist staff and researchers with a broad interdisciplinary perspective and international communication skills. It also aims for objective activity in a diversified society, and for development of human resources that can contribute to creation of a new society.
The M.A. program includes Women's Studies, Inter-Cultural Studies, and Global Communication, while the Ph.D. program includes Comparative Cultures, creating an environment conducive to interdisciplinary research in the M.A. to Ph.D. programs.
Women's Studies / Inter-Cultural Studies / Global Communication
- Research themes:
Comparativegendertheory, communicationbetweendifferent cultures, international cooperation and exchanges, comparative cultures, gender criticism, medical technology, etc.
United Nations University, WIN (Women's Intercultural Network), UNESCO Asia Culture Center, NWEC (National Women's Education Center), etc.
- Expected career paths after degree:
International institutions, NGOs/NPOs, local public authorities, publishing companies, overseas branches of Japanese corporations, teacher, counselor, etc.