Graduate School

Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences

 The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences was established in April 1997 as the result of the reorganization and expansion of the Graduate School of Law, which was founded in April 1988.


 Although each department has its own educational goal, the graduate school as a whole also has a common goal: to cope with a highly information-oriented society. In order to achieve this goal effectively, the school offers organically related courses.


 Upon a rigorous entrance process, graduate students choose one of four courses, taking into consideration their research interests and future career plans. The students then carry out their individual studies under an academic adviser who instructs and guides them through their studies culminating in a thesis.


Law and Economics Language and Culture/
Socio-cultural Studies
Law and Politics
Regional Economics
Language and Culture
Socio-cultural Studies