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[Graduate]Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences(Master's & Doctoral Programs)

The Graduate School of Integrated Arts e and Social Sciences at Japan Women's University was established to contribute to the scientific study of the many complex and difficult issues of human life and culture in contemporary society. A specific feature of the Graduate School is the focus on an integrated approach to the analysis of human society and social culture. Students in the Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences train to become skilled researchers, educators, or practitioners in their special areas of study. The curriculum of each division is designed to develop students' scholarship and practice skills through a five year process of study consisting of a two year Master's program and a three year Doctoral program. The Division of Studies on Cultural Relativity offers only the Master's program. Most Divisions accept up to 10 credits from other graduate schools with which the university has a special agreement.