Mejiro University Graduate School

Mejiro University Graduate School has steadily expanded its research domain since its establishment in 1999. The school provides a practical-oriented research system based on the themes of "international exchange," "psychology," "business administration,""socialwelfare,""foreignlanguageeducation," "nursing," and "rehabilitation." Both daytime and evening courses are offered in consideration of the diverse array of graduate students, ranging from students wishing to continue deeper research in their academic fields after graduating from university to working people wanting to improve their own specialist professional skills. The goal of the graduate school is to develop professionals that are required by today's society, who are well-educated and have strong research skills.


Major

Graduate School of International Studies

  • Master's Program in International Studies

    Shinjuku Campus

    The school aims to take a mutually interactive approach to "regional affairs" from the standpoints of "international coexistence" and "exchange." It uses research in political science, economics, regional studies and other social science fields as well as history, thought and ideology, comparative culture and other humanities to foster the ability to look into interactions between different cultures, and to educate students to be practitioners of international exchange while also emphasizing practical experience and field research.

Graduate School of Psychology

  • Master's Program in Contemporary Psychology

    Shinjuku Campus

    The school offers a well-balanced research program in both basic and applied psychology and human support psychology to encourage analysis of various problems encompassing contemporary society and people, and proposals for suitable solutions. The goal of the program is to develop people who are capable of taking the lead in solving actual problems in diverse situations in society and can contribute to society.

  • Master's Program in Clinical Psychology

    Shinjuku Campus

    This program carries out practical educational research on the preservation, improvement, and restoration of mental health. Emphasis is placed on equipping students with a scientific perspective and way of thinking that will inform their actual practice as they are trained to become highly specialized professionals. Completing the designated curriculum enables students to obtain the qualifications for taking the Examinations of the Japanese Certification Board for Professional Psychologists and the Japanese Certification Board for Clinical Psychologists.

  • Doctoral Program in Psychology

    Shinjuku Campus

    The doctoral program combines highly-specialized knowledge and practical skills, together with five fields that make up the foundation of research, social psychology, developmental psychology, health psychology, counseling psychology and clinical psychology, with the aim of nurturing researchers and leaders of practitioners in these respective fields.

Graduate School of Business Administration

  • Master's Program in Business Administration

    Shinjuku Campus

    The goal of this program is to provide education and conduct research in accounting and business administration. Emphasis is placed on the scientific method and together with researching business administration theory and technique following a numerical and evidentiary approach the program uses a rich store of case studies to develop the ability to apply theory and technique to actual situations.

  • Doctoral Program in Business Administration

    *Applicants will no longer be accepted from the 2021 academic year.

    Shinjuku Campus

    This program deepens the numerical and evidentiary approach used in the Master's program to perform research on real-world applications of theory and technique that can contribute to business administration. The program aims to develop doctorates that specialize in financial accounting and management accounting and business administrators for corporations.

Graduate School of Social Work Services

  • Master's Program in Social Work Services

    Shinjuku Campus

    The curriculum is aimed at the acquisition of a Master's Degree in either social welfare services or childhood education. Students can focus on research in one of two areas considered from the perspective of lifelong welfare, "social welfare" or "childcare and developmental support."

Graduate School of Language and Culture Studies

  • Master's Program in Japanese and Japanese Language Education

    Shinjuku Campus

    There are two main courses in this program; the Japanese Language Course for training in advanced Japanese language skills and the Japanese Language Education Course for training in teaching Japanese language to foreigners living in Japan or abroad. Students can pursue research from various perspectives based on the content of these two program areas.

  • Master's Program in Chinese and Korean Language and Culture Studies

    Shinjuku Campus

    This Master's program includes the Chinese Language and Culture Course and the Korean Language and Culture Course. These courses offer training in advanced Chinese language and Korean language skills and multifaceted research into language and culture focusing on East Asia. Credits for Korean language in this program are acceptable as qualification for "Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language."

Graduate School of Nursing

  • Master's Program in Nursing

    Saitama Hospital Campus

    In order for students to be able to attain an even higher level of specialized knowledge, this program offers research in three main disciplines. Using the appropriate research methods, students carry out research to improve nursing practices and discover challenges in nursing development. Based on highly specialized knowledge of Nursing, this program nurtures individuals who are able to demonstrate leadership in situations of nursing practice and multidisciplinary cooperation.

Graduate School of Rehabilitation

  • Master's Program in Rehabilitation

    Shinjuku Campus

    In the fields of physical therapy, occupational therapy, as well as speech, language and hearing therapy, the Graduate School of Rehabilitation promotes research activities and the acquisition of highly specialized knowledge related to rehabilitation. The school develops leaders in social inclusion who promote comprehensive community care, and professional workers in the field of rehabilitation.