Overview of the Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts


The Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts is established at April 2016.
This graduate school aims to cultivate global ICT professionals by learning highly technical knowledge and skills of advanced ICT systems, by challenging internationally recognized important topics, by training the behavioral characteristics as an leader and by applying information sciences to different fields. This is because we believe that information sciences becomes the bridges between different fields.
In this graduate school, there are 3 research domain: System Informatics, Media Informatics and Psychobiological Informatics. In such domains, interdiciplinary researches are required.


Admission capacity: Master’s program - 15 students; Doctoral program - 3 students
Lecture times: Day
Campus: Kawagoe
Degree: Master’s program -Master of Sciences and Arts  Doctoral program -Doctor of Sciences and Arts