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At the Graduate School of Cultural and Creative Studies, students are taught cultural policy, which is a new field of study, and are nurtured to become professionals in this field. Furthermore, the curriculum of the Graduate School of Cultural and Creative Studies is developed so that students can learn the meaning and role of culture in modern society. We do not confine ourselves to a single discipline, but target a broader area of research. Students will be able to master the ability to distribute culture and art to the world.
The Department of Cultural Creative Management nurtures students so that they are able to acquire knowledge in media culture, urban/international culture, art management, and other fields while making use of professional skills in areas such as media, cultural institutions, cultural industries, international organizations, PR activities, planning, and marketing in companies. In addition to lectures, students can participate in the Aoyama Community Laboratory (ACL), a project-based research education program run by the Department. This exchange between the University and worksites enables students to learn new ideas and study cultural policy.
Furthermore, in order to acquire practical knowledge from fieldwork, students can earn qualifications as social researchers or certified social researchers.
The Department operates as a uniform five-year doctoral program. Those with Master's degrees are also able to transfer to the Department as third-year students.
At the Department of Cultural and Creative Studies, students master the ability to transmit academic and political analyses and ideas relating to culture and art to society and the world. After acquiring these skills, they are able to serve in public offices, companies, and international organizations related to activities in this field.
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