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Mission of Education and Research and Basic Policies (Three Policies)

Master's Program, Graduate School of Economics

Educational and Research Purposes

The Economics Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Economics aims to conduct high-level education and research for understanding economic theories and economic phenomena and to develop individuals who have wide and rich scholarly knowledge and high-level research, thinking, and expressive capabilities and who can implement education and research activities in their specialized field and other high-level-expertise-required jobs.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Economics Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Economics, students who have completed the required number of credits and whose submitted theses have been examined and found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the thesis examination criteria are judged to be equipped with the capabilities below and awarded a master's degree (Economics). However, for the Special Public Policy Studies Program, students who have completed the required number of credits and whose submitted theses have been examined and found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the thesis examination criteria are awarded either a master's degree (Economics) or a master's degree (Public Policy Studies). And students who have completed the required number of credits and whose submitted research papers have been examined and found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the research paper examination and evaluation criteria in the thesis examination criteria are awarded a master's degree (Public Policy Studies).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Economics Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Economics, we have placed emphasis on developing researchers in such fields or frameworks as economic theories, economic histories, and economic policies to date. However, we are now concentrating our efforts on developing not only researchers but also individuals who shoulder the society of the 21st century to respond to the needs of society for developing high-level expert professionals. Therefore, to respond to the globalization of economic society, the curriculum policy below is set for this curriculum in consideration of the development of the following individuals: researchers studying problems in both the Japanese economy and the global economy, high-level expert professionals engaged in work such as international business, economic cooperation, and economic development, and high-level professionals capable of governance implementation or public decision making in a global perspective in administrative or public organizations including municipalities.

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

Based on the Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, the Economics Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature seeks applicants who have the following academic skills and motivations.

Doctor's Program, Graduate School of Economics

Educational and Research Purposes

The Economics Doctor's Program offered by the Graduate School of Economics aims to further develop the education and research conducted in the master's program and train individuals who can contribute to the development of society and the welfare of mankind with both wide and rich scholarly knowledge and research skills necessary for conducting research activities in their specialized fields of economics independently as scholars or high-level professional skills necessary for specialized jobs.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Economics Doctor's Program offered by the Graduate School of Economics, students who have completed the required number of credits and whose submitted theses have been examined and found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the thesis examination criteria are judged to be equipped with the following capabilities and awarded a doctor's degree (Economics).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Economics Doctor's Program offered by the Graduate School of Economics, the following curriculum policy is set for this curriculum to develop high-level expert professionals or members of the community with both wide and rich scholarly knowledge and research skills necessary for conducting research activities in their specialized fields of economics independently as scholars or high-level professional skills necessary for specialized jobs.

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

Based on the Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, the Economics Doctor's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature seeks applicants who have the following academic skills and motivations.

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