Applicants must submit official transcripts from all accredited institutions showing degree completion or courses attempted. Official or unofficial transcripts may be requested to verify prerequisite knowledge. Applicants for whom English is not the primary language must either: Earn transferable credit for a course that is the equivalent of ENGL English Composition at an accredited postsecondary institution.
It trains multi-lingual, internationally-minded experts attuned to the development of a truly global society. Language and Culture Studies Course This course involves specialized education and research on the languages and cultures of the various regions of the world, in order to cultivate experts with advanced linguistic knowledge and integrated perspectives on the regions they study.
The areas the course covers are as follows. It aims to fulfill the recognized need in many parts of the world for professionals with expertise in peace and conflict, violence, peacebuilding, and other related global and transnational issues.
All courses are held in English.
The program uses this method to investigate the various regions of Asia and Africa. Master's Program in Japan Studies The Japan Studies program trains individuals to have an objective outlook on Japan and a capacity to employ comparative perspectives to study the Japanese language and Japanese language education in the context of languages across the world, and Japanese culture and society in global contexts.
In the field of Japanese language education, in addition to the regular two-year course we are preparing to establish a course for practitioners that can be completed in one year. Japanese language Areas of study include contemporary Japanese, Japanese linguistic history, and comparative studies of the Japanese language.
Japanese Language Studies, Comparative Japanese Studies Japanese language education Students acquire multi-faceted approaches to Japanese language education through classes on such subjects as lexical semantics, pragmatics, grammar, theoretical linguistics, cognitive linguistics, sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, teaching methods, course design, educational materials, assessment methods, discourse analysis, and intercultural communication.
Japanese Language Teaching Studies, Japanese Language Teaching Applied Studies Japanese literature and culture Areas of study include classical literature, contemporary literature, and cultural studies.
Fundamentals of Global Studies Acquire fundamental research capabilities This class, offered in the spring quarter of year one when students begin their graduate studies, is designed to cultivate fundamental research capabilities by equipping students with the skills of researching, presenting, and debating essential for academic research.
It includes both lectures on such topics as research design and statistical methods, and opportunities for students to present their research proposals in Japanese and English.
Students take classes taught by their academic advisors, associate advisorsand faculty members in related areas.
Cross-Disciplinary Seminar A forum for lively discussion beyond scholarly and regional boundaries In this seminar, groups comprising several students interact beyond the boundaries of research field and region.
The aim is for students pursuing topics in different directions to come together and gain insights to inform their own research through discussion with others. There is a wide variety of short-term study abroad choices, mainly in the summer and winter terms, including opportunities to receive guidance from faculty members at partner institutions, collect materials, and undertake field research.
Students can also choose from a wealth of summer courses offered at universities outside Japan. Academic Language Seminar Reading and presenting academic work Seminars are offered in the following languages: No mandatory classes are scheduled in the Summer or Winter Quarters, enabling extended survey and research activities to be undertaken overseas in these periods.
A Summer School operated by graduate students is also offered in the Summer Quarter.Thesis When a Master of Laws program requires degree candidates to complete a thesis, it usually consists of an extensive writing project under faculty supervision. Management is the study of how leadership and authority works in companies and in a general business context.
Taking a Master in Management allows you to focus on a specific field of management. The Master of Divinity and Master of Divinity by extension, degree programs are for those seeking an academic program with practical applications within which to explore the depth of their faith and prepare for a variety of public and pastoral ministries.
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The school still manages to keep its student-to-faculty ratios low, ensuring learners receive individualized attention, including online students. The individual Master thesis during and will be assessed jointly by at least three persons, i.e. a supervisor from the organisation where the thesis work is performed, an examiner from the student’s host university for the second year in Europe and an examiner from LTU, since LTU is responsible for the 2nd core semester.