International Relations

Based upon our long-standing tradition of foreign language education, students can conduct multidisciplinary and comprehensive studies in the three areas of law and politics, economics and business management, and culture. As part of an educational method which places emphasis on small group discussion, students are expected to develop their problem-solving skills in regard to international society.

【Credit Requirements】

●Master's Program(Thesis)
 ・12 or more credits from subjects within the major discipline.
 ・4 or more credits over two years within the major seminar subjects.
 ・Up to 12 credits of subjects in other majors and common subjects can be counted toward the overall requirements, but only when a supervising professor gives special permission.

●Master's Program(Coursework+Research Project;Non-Thesis)
 ・12 or more credits from subjects within the major discipline.
 ・4 or more credits over two years within the major seminar subjects.
 ・Up to 18 credits of subjects in the majors and common subjects can be counted toward the overall requirements.
 ・Up to 8 credits of subjects in the Coursework Program General Subjects can be counted toward the overall requirements, but only when a supervising professor gives special permission.