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Aim in Graduate School and Research Aims

Aim in Human Resource Development and Other Educational and Research Aims

[Master’s Program]
(1) Objectives of Human Resources Development:
This Program aims to produce practitioners and professional specialists who have a global perspective that enables them to respond to an increasingly globalized society that presents various challenges and opportunities, and who have specialized capabilities to create innovation and play a leadership role in regional development, thereby contributing to self-sustaining and sustainable
regional development.
(2) Objectives of Education and Research: Knowledge and Skills Students Are Expected to Develop:
Students are expected to acquire the ability to conduct research and analysis to understand regional issues in Japan and abroad from a global perspective and obtain new knowledge in this discipline.

[Doctoral Program]
(1) Objectives of Human Resources Development:
This Program aims to produce professional specialists and researchers who have a global perspective that enables them to respond to an increasingly globalized society that presents various
challenges and opportunities, and who have specialized capabilities to create innovation and play a leadership role in regional development, thereby contributing to self-sustaining and sustainable
regional development.
(2) Objectives of Education and Research: Knowledge and Skills Students Are Expected to Develop:
Students are expected to develop a global perspective and a bird’s-eye view to address the current status and issues of regions in Japan and other countries; the high level of ability necessary to
undertake research independently, as a researcher, to address regional issues and create innovation; and a wealth of academic knowledge that underlies such a high degree of research prowess.

 

Purpose and Policy(Course of Global Innovation Studies,Graduate School of Global and Regional Studies)

Purpose and Policy (Course of Regional Development Studies, Graduate School of Global and Regional Studies)