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

Master's Programs, Graduate School of Literature

Educational and Research Purposes

The Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature aim to develop individuals with high-level research capabilities and vocational skills capable of understanding the essence of human sciences–including literature as comprehensive human studies exploring how humans should live or should be, acquiring broad knowledge, and creating a new value system to contribute to the development of human cultures.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature, students who have completed the required number of credits and who are deemed to be equipped with the following capabilities are accepted and awarded a master's degree (Japanese Literature, Chinese Studies, Calligraphy, English Literature, or Education Studies).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature, based on the Diploma Policy, the curriculum is formed as follows:

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

Based on the Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, in order to develop individuals who have research capabilities based on a broad perspective and high-level vocational skills, the Master's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature seek applicants who have the following academic skills and motivations.

Doctor's Programs, Graduate School of Literature

Educational and Research Purposes

The Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature aim to further deepen the content of education in the master's programs and develop individuals with high-level research capabilities and more expertise-required vocational skills capable of understanding the essence of human sciences (Japanese literature, Chines studies, and Calligraphy), acquiring a wider knowledge of it, and creating a new value system to contribute to the development of human cultures.

Diploma Policy (Principle of Degree Conferment)

For the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature, students who have completed the required number of credits and who are deemed to be equipped with the following capabilities are accepted and awarded a doctor's degree (Japanese Literature, Chinese Studies, or Calligraphy).

Curriculum Policy (Principle of Curriculum Formation and Implementation)

For the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature, based on the Diploma Policy, the curriculum is formed as follows:

Admission Policy (Principle of Student Admission)

Based on the Diploma Policy and Curriculum Policy, in order to develop individuals with research capabilities based on a broader perspective and high-level vocational skills, the Doctor's Programs offered by the Graduate School of Literature seeks applicants who have the following academic skills and motivations.

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