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

Master's Programs, Graduate School of Foreign Languages

Educational and Research Purposes

The Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages aim to develop skillful individuals who can acquire high-level language proficiency and expert knowledge, achieve cultural enrichment, and actively work in society inside and outside Japan.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages, students who have (1) completed the required number of credits specified by the curriculum of the program they are enrolled in and (2) whose submitted master's theses have been found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the internal rules related to the program are judged to be equipped with the following four capabilities and are awarded a master's degree (Chinese Language and Culture, English Studies, or Japanese Language and Culture).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages, to develop skilled individuals who can broadly learn linguistics, language education, and language and culture related to the main language studied in the program they are enrolled in, and contribute to the development of culture and the welfare of mankind in international society, a curriculum is formed according to the following four policies.

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

Based on the Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment) and Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation) specified by the programs, the Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages seek applicants who have the following four academic skills and motivations.

Doctor's Programs, Graduate School of Foreign Languages

Educational and Research Purposes

Based on the expert knowledge and language skills acquired in the master's programs, the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages aim to help further improve research capabilities to develop individuals who are equipped with high-level language proficiency and are able to conduct high quality education and research activities, and actively work in specialized fields in society.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages, students who have completed the required number of credits specified by the program they are enrolled in and whose submitted doctor's theses have been found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the internal rules related to the program are judged to be equipped with the following three capabilities and are awarded a doctor's degree (Chinese Language and Culture, English Studies, or Japanese Language and Culture).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages, to develop individuals who can conduct research independently and contribute to the development of culture and the welfare of mankind in international society, a curriculum is formed according to the following policy.

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

Based on the Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy specified by the programs, the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Foreign Languages seek applicants who have the following academic skills and motivations.

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