Master's Program

Master's Program

This program aims to foster administrative officials and practitioners who possess the issues analysis skills sought in such human resources and the ability to plan policy and strategy.

Students seeking to acquire a Master's degree will, following enrollment in April, audit introductory courses and specialized courses through a year of coursework. Having acquired the necessary knowledge and methodology for analysis of issues and planning of policy and strategy, for a half year students will then prepare a policy proposal (Policy Research Paper) concerning a self-selected issue. The degree awarded following examination will be Master of Public Policy.

*This program is currently available for domestic students

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