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Characteristics of Hosei University Graduate Schools

Domains of Diverse Knowledge Offering a Range of Sectors Boasting Decades of Achievements, Unique Interdisciplinary Fields, and Work at the Cutting Edge

Since Hosei University established its graduate schools of Humanities and Social Sciences in 1951, the university graduate schools have strived to be open to the world and train the people who will be the vanguard of the new age. New courses established in April 2010 included the Graduate School of Engineering and Design’s architecture, civil and environmental engineering, and engineering and design majors; the Graduate School of Engineering’s frontier bioscience major; and the Graduate School of Politics’ global and Asian politics major. The Graduate School of Humanities was reorganized in the 2011 academic year, and the Graduate School of Social Governance was established during the 2012 academic year. Additionally, the career studies major will be spun off from the Graduate School of Business Administration in the 2013 academic year and the Graduate School of Engineering will be reorganized to form the Graduate School of Science and Engineering.

Admissions Policy

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Curriculum Policy

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Diploma Policy

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Course

This page provides information on the times and timetables of educational programs offered by Hosei University’s graduate schools.

Research Support Program

Programs have been set up for the purposes of financial support and enhancing students’ research skills.

Partner Graduate School

Hosei University’s graduate schools have concluded agreements and mutually cooperate with other domestic Japanese graduate schools across a large number of fields.

International Program

In addition to Hosei University’s international exchange program, Hosei University’s graduate schools have also established their own programs in response to today’s increasing globalization.

Hosei University graduate schools

One Institute, 14 Graduate Schools, 31 Majors (as of April 2015)

Graduate School of Humanities Philosophy
Japanese literature
English literature
History
Geography
Psychology
International Japanese Studies Institute
Graduate School of Intercultural Communication Intercultural communication
Graduate School of Economics Economics
Graduate School of Law Law
Graduate School of Politics Politics
Global and Asian politics
Graduate School of Sociology Sociology
Graduate School of Business Administration Business administration
Graduate School of Career Studies Career studies
Graduate School of Social Governance Social governance
Graduate School of Regional Policy Design Regional policy design
Institute for Solidarity-based Society
Graduate School of Social Well-being Studies Social services
Clinical psychology
Social services and clinical psychology
Graduate School of Engineering and Design Architecture
Civil and environmental engineering
Engineering and design
Graduate School of Science and Engineering Mechanical engineering
Electrical and electronic engineering
Applied informatics
Systems engineering
Applied chemistry
Frontier bioscience
Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences Computer and information sciences

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