1)Socio-Cultural Basics Sciences
- (1)Philosophy and History of Ideas
- (2)Culture and Representation
- (3)Human Behavior
- (4)Theories of Law and Politics
- (5)Economic Theory and Statistics
This division teaches philosophy, thought, art, and literature that form the foundations of human culture from principal and theoretical perspectives. Determining the foundations of human culture, we seek to cultivate people able to convey the most recent advances in the field to not only local communities but also international communities. Moreover, by determining the fundamental principles that form the local community as well as other social groups and organizations, we strive to learn from the wider perspective of human and social science, fostering experts with high practical abilities, who have gained mastery of the techniques and knowledge of political and economic theory and who are leaders able to make decisions in each field of social life, providing counsel for the formation and development of local society and its many forms of organizations.
2)Comparative Socio-Cultural Sciences
- (1)Japanese and Asian Literature and Culture
- (2)Euro-American Literature and Culture
- (4)International and Comparative Law and Politics
- (5)Comparative Economics
- (6)History and Archeology
Examination of the literature and writers that have contributed to the expression of human culture, into linguistic cultural structures and the various kinds of language phenomenon and linguistic habits in the world; acknowledging characteristics of various individual languages and linguistic culture, we aim to foster experts who are able to present literature and language at a higher level and over a wider perspective. Moreover, while at the same time learning about different cultures from the perspective of comparative cultural science, comparative law, or comparative economics, students will also learn about the social and historical background of literature and language. The purpose is to acquire the means and techniques to make relationships of symbiosis among the many different cultures. While emphasizing education for foreign students as well as lifelong education, we aim to cultivate far-sighted international officials, international NGOs, and volunteers.
3)Public Policy Sciences
- (1)Public Law and Politics
- (2)Socio-Economic Planning and Policy Science
- (3)Legal Policies
- (4)Management Course of Regional Public Policy
This division seeks to train individuals to examine the contemporary social issues we now face from the perspective of the public sphere and public goods, and to impart them with the skills to develop relevant solutions. Further, we are striving to turn out talented personnel to work in the various public fields, including the central and local governments and NGOs, as well as in private corporations, which now require highly specialized individuals―astute in the sphere of public policy―who have mastered the skills of formulating policy/project recommendations, policy implementation, and leadership. The division further seeks to impart our students with the ability to assess problems and identify solutions related to public organizations from the perspective of the law, public policy, and the economy―training specialists such as tax accountants and judicial scriveners in the legal knowledge they require in today's increasingly complex society.
4)Management Sciences in Organization (Business School)
This division strives to train students to assess the range of issues faced by contemporary organizations (corporations, public organizations, government agencies, etc.) from a multifaceted approach encompassing management, accounting, and economics in organization, and at the same time imparting training on practical administrative problem resolution. In particular, students of this division are trained to actively engage in a variety of management issues, including strategic planning, human resources, market researches, finance and accounting, etc. The division of Management Sciences in Organization further provides students, with opportunities to accede skilled professions such as certified public accountants and tax accountants. After completion of the course students can earn the master’s degree equivalent to the Master of Business Administration(MBA).