Modern society has experienced globalization, informatization and population aging at a faster rate than ever. The Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences has established a Doctoral program to reexamine today's complex and ever-changing "human phenomena" with a focus on various aspects of culture that are an outcome of human behavior and knowledge, and various problems that people confront in their relationships with society. The course is also designed to seek clues for solving such issues confronting our complicated modern societies and addressing them from a fresh perspective. This course consists of two divisions: the Division of Humanities and Cultures and the Division of Human Sciences. The course is designed to pursue research by organically combining specialized knowledge acquired through Master's degree programs. The Division of Humanities and Cultures considers various aspects of culture which are an outcome of human behavior and knowledge, and the Division of Human Sciences explores various problems that people confront in their relationships with society. A Doctoral degree is awarded to students who earn at least 16 credits, submit a Doctoral Dissertation, successfully complete the dissertation evaluation and pass the final examination. This course is designed to take three years to complete.
The Graduate School - Doctoral Degree Course
Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences
Division of Humanities and Cultures
The Division of Humanities and Cultures aims to develop researchers in the area of education who will play a part in the construction of a new understanding of people in the cooperative society of the 21st century. Moreover, the division fosters specialists who are equipped with solid analytical abilities to resolve issues confronting human cultures in the 21st century and advanced knowledge and insight necessary for solving such issues.
- Philosophy of Culture and Art
- Language and Literature
- History and Culture
Philosophy of Culture and Art
Language and Literature
History and Culture
Division of Human Sciences
The Division of Human Sciences develops specialists and researchers who have deep insight into the true nature of various problems facing people in their lifetime and have the ability to conduct research and surveys and utilize research findings acquired in a practical manner. In short, the aim of the division is to develop outstanding human resources with the ability and insight to address a wide variety of complex issues that people and their surrounding environments face in the 21st century.
- Life Cycle Developmental Clinical Science
- Cognitive Social Adaptation
- Cooperative Society in a Global World
Life Cycle Developmental Clinical Science
Cognitive Social Adaptation
Cooperative Society in a Global World
Graduate School of Science
The Doctoral program of the Graduate School of Science provide students with opportunities to know latest high level research in the fields of theoretical and applied mathematics. The aim is to bring up people who can pursue cutting-edge original research in those fields.
A Doctoral degree is awarded to students who earn at least 12 credits, submit a Doctoral Dissertation, successfully complete the dissertation evaluation and pass the final examination. This course is designed to take three years to complete.
Division of Mathematics
- Theoretical Mathematical Science
- Applied Mathematical Science
Theoretical Mathematical Science
Applied Mathematical Science