Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences

 

The Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences focuses on the various sciences related to humanity and society. Established in 2016, it aims to contribute to sustainable social development through interdisciplinary and comprehensive education and research centered on the integrated sciences of community development.

Specifically, with a common foundation in cultural science and human science, social science, regional science, information and media studies, and educational science, students undertake education and activities concerning the integrated sciences of community development, liberal arts, life-long education, international exchange, higher education, teacher training, cultural property protection and so on, to contribute to the development of society by addressing various issues such as globalization, aging population, building a healthy society, and community renewal.

The Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences comprises three departments, Social Integrated Science Department, Specific Research Department, and Liberal Arts and Sciences Department. Teaching staff offer education and research in the Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Center for University Extension, Education Center, International Center, Teacher Training Center, Center for Community Revitalization, Archaeological Heritage Management Office, and Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences.