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

Calligraphy Master's Program

Educational and Research Purposes

The Calligraphy Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature is based on the idea of "calligraphic studies"—investigating and studying in a global perspective the essence of "sho (Japanese calligraphy)," which stands on the kanji (Chinese character) culture and kana (a Japanese syllabary) culture. This program aims to produce individuals who can meet demand from both inside and outside Daito Bunka University, through the development of high-level professionals, education of researchers, educators, and calligraphic artists with deep insight, and promotion of international exchange.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Calligraphy Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature, students who have completed the required number of credits and whose master's theses and completed works for assessment have been examined and found acceptable for the degree in accordance with the internal rules related to the program are judged to be equipped with the following capabilities and awarded a master's degree (Calligraphy).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Calligraphy Master's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature, with the Diploma Policy in mind, the curriculum is formed based on the following principles.

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

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

Calligraphy Doctor's Program

Educational and Research Purposes

The Calligraphy Doctor's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature is based on the idea of "calligraphic studies"—investigating and studying in a global perspective the essence of "sho (Japanese calligraphy)," which stands on the kanji (Chinese character) culture and kana (a Japanese syllabary) culture. This program aims to train top leaders in Chinese calligraphy, Japanese calligraphy, and calligraphy cultural property studies.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

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

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Calligraphy Doctor's Program offered by the Graduate School of Literature, with the Diploma Policy in mind, the curriculum is formed based on the following principles.

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

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

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