The Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies was established in 1998 with the aim of developing interdisciplinary research that takes a cross-sectional approach to both the humanities and sciences.
As the traditional mission of universities, we strive to produce excellent research in the respective fields of study and educate those who can contribute to the development of our nation’s academic research.
Departments and Courses
The Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies is designed to include five departments, comprising of eleven courses, as well as one professional graduate school.
Studies is seeking students who wish to become advanced professionals and achieve a cutting-edge and leading role in the creation of a coexistent society in the modern era.
The fundamental vision of the educational program of the Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies in the Master’s, Ph.D., and Professional Graduate School programs is as follows:
The Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies has the International Courses, which are the degree programs offered in English.
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Please click here if you wish to enroll as a regular or non-regular student in the Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies.