We provide a diversified and high-degree professional education that responds to the needs of society and paves the way for enhancing careers more solidly
We have graduate schools for each field in our undergraduate programs, together with professional graduate schools in the three fields of management, law and accountancy. Aiming at providing graduate school education that flexibly meets the needs of society, as well as providing practical and advanced education for professionals.
In April 2011, the Graduate School of Business introduced a 12-month master's degree course entitled "The Strategic Management and Intellectual Property Rights Program (SMIPRP)," which is taught entirely in English and is under the sponsorship of the World Customs Organization. Future leaders, especially in customs organizations, are expected to gather from around the world.
The Global Expert Program in the Graduate School of International Politics, Economics and Communication provides a practical education related to conflict resolution and international cooperation for its second-year students by offering contacts with practitioners, training opportunities at partner universities, and internships at NGOs and other international organizations.
- Graduate School of Literature
- Graduate School of Education, Psychology and Human Studies
- Graduate School of Economics
- Graduate School of Law
- Graduate School of Business
- Graduate School of International Politics, Economics and Communication
- Graduate School of Cultural and Creative Studies
- Graduate School of Science and Engineering
- Graduate School of Social Informatics
Professional Graduate Schools
The professional graduate schools in the three areas of management, law and accounting respond sensitively to the demands of the times and society and promote the cultivation of human resources capable of exercising academic knowledge full of expertise and practical capabilities.