In order to accurately grasp the problems, challenges and opportunities facing humankind globally and to engage in the resolution and creative responses to those challenges, the Graduate School’s educational objective is to pursue education and research from the perspective of global society and envisioninga human society coexisting with other living things on the planet. The challenges facing humankind are interrelated in diverse and complex ways. Determining challenges and resolving problems requires a truly integrated interdiscipline transcending the frameworks of the humanities and sciences via interdisciplinary partnerships in various fields of research.
This Graduate School responds to the above needs of society based on the concept and aim of an “integrated interdiscipline from the perspective of global society”. In other words, the Graduate School promotes the following educational objectives:
To obtain a Master's degree at ISGS, students must complete at least 33 credits that meet the following requirements.