Graduate School of Law and Politics
Fostering human resources with the insight to predict the direction of globalization and ability to pioneer new global and social systems
This graduate school strives to be a core research facility for 21st century law and politics. It aims to propose specific solutions to the issues facing public institutions, including the national and metropolitan governments, based on its advanced research foundations in the fields of law and politics. It strives to cultivate world-class researchers and reflects its research findings in its advanced specialized professional training programs.
The graduate school emphasizes two-way education, the development of creative research topics, interdisciplinary exchange between research fields, the sharing of cutting edge research information, and the cultivation of research methods and presentation skills.
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The configuration of the graduate school of law and politics
- Division of Law
- Division of Political Science
- 2-year curriculum
- 3-year curriculum