Master's Program in Sociology, Anthropology and Environmental Studies

Flexible Approaches Taught Through Interaction and Collaboration Among Three Programs.

Students in the Master's Program in Sociology, Anthropology and Environmental Studies specialize in one of three study programs (Modern Society, Regional Culture, or Life Environments), combined with research in other programs or coursework according to individual interests. Centered on sociology, regional studies, lifestyle culture and environmental theory, the Master's Program prepares graduates to become researchers with broad-ranging and flexible perspectives, and specialists able to function in diverse fields. The curricula are well-suited for adult or returnee students, helping them readapt to today's changing social and cultural conditions.

Master's Program in Sociology, Anthropology and Environmental Studies

Modern Society Program

A program based on courses offered by the Department of Cultural Sociology in the Faculty of Human Sciences. Students use the findings of sociology to pursue theoretical and empirical research from both micro and macro perspectives.

Regional Culture Program

A program based on courses offered by the Department of Multicultural Communications in the Faculty of Letters. Students gain a deeper understanding of the societies and cultures of Asia, North and South America, and the Pacific Rim.

Life Environments Program

A program based on courses offered by the Department of Human Life Environments in the Faculty of Human Sciences. Students use a consumer-oriented, interdisciplinary research approach to examine the comfortable living environments in a sustainable world.

Programs and Degrees

  • Master's Program, Master's Degree (Human Sciences)
  • Doctoral Program, Doctorate (Human Sciences)

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    • Master's Program in Language and Literature
    • Master's Program in Psychology and Education
    • Master's Program in Sociology, Anthropology and Environmental Studies
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