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Department of Global Governance and Collaboration

Two specialized courses for developing human resources that can build multicultural societies: the Global Governance Course and Global Collaboration Course.


Students acquire specialized knowledge in the course subjects aimed at building multicultural societies. There are two courses: the Global Governance Course, in which they learn about and strive to achieve ideologies such as peace, freedom, and democracy; and the Global Collaboration Course, in which they broadly study the knowledge required for multicultural societies from human psychology to global civilizations. Students choose one as a main course and one as a sub-course to acquire a broad range of knowledge.

Global Governance Course

Striving to build a better international community by learning about the current circumstances and ideologies such as peace, freedom, and democracy

Many people dream that all people will become liberated from poverty and live in peaceful societies, but what should they study and do to achieve this? This course aims to develop global human resources that understand the vital roles still played by nations and who are able to contribute to building a better international community. Subjects that provide the necessary knowledge to this end include those that consider ideologies such as peace and democracy and perceive their current states from the standpoint of international politics, as well as practical subjects that give the ability to utilize international economic activities to achieve multicultural collaboration. Through their studies, students cultivate their ability to achieve and give concrete form to their own ideals.

Global Collaboration Course

Learning a broad range of knowledge required for multicultural societies: from human psychology to global civilizations

Many people dream of forming bonds with people across the world and living enjoyable lives in the same spaces without conflict, but what should they study and do to achieve this? This course is aimed at developing global human resources who understand human interaction spanning multiple nations and can be involved in building an international community with no misunderstandings or biases. Subjects that provide the necessary knowledge to this end include those that give students an understanding of the human relations needed to achieve global collaboration and changes in the history of civilization, as well as subjects that are useful for actual aid and social activities. Through their studies, students cultivate their ability to harmoniously collaborate and cooperate with people across the globe.

For more information about the Department of Global Governance and Collaboration

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