The Graduate Major in Social and Human Sciences's curriculum consists of common courses to provide width and courses according to each field to provide depth. Each of these consists of many layered and systematized courses so that it is possible to learn the various abilities required by professionals for value creation and problem solving.
400-level and above graduate major courses are designed for gaining the knowledge and abilities needed by leaders who tackle problems related to people, society, and science and technology using their knowledge and expertise in humanities, social sciences, and science and engineering, personal background and experiences. In this Graduate Major,students can systematically acquire the following knowledge and skills: extensive knowledge in humanities, social sciences, and science and engineering; area-specific knowledge in the fields of politics, law, and administration, education, welfare, and health, culture and art, science, technology and society, and cognition, mathematics, and information; versatile skills such as critical analysis and integration ability, interdependent relationship-building ability, and the ability to initiate a dialogue across multi-field and multi-cultural environments; the ability to understand diverse knowledge structures, values, and world views; high ethical standards, sensitivity, flexibility, sense of responsibility, and positivity; and the ability to bridge society, and science and technology using insight, reflection, and dissemination skills.
*1 Indicates the standard model where the master's program is completed in two years.
Designed for future leaders who will tackle problems related to people, society, and science and technology using their knowledge and expertise in humanities, social sciences, and science and engineering, personal background and experiences. In addition to extensive knowledge, advanced expertise, metacognition, human qualities, and the ability to bridge society and science and technology, etc. that can be learned in the Master's Program, it is possible to systematically acquire the knowledge and ability to contribute to the development of specialized academic research in close collaboration with studies of people, society, and science and technology, and for applying one's own expertise to value create value and solve problems in this field.
*2Indicates the standard model where the Doctoral Program is completed in three years.