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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION STUDIES

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION STUDIES

International Development Studies Course

Topics of master’s theses (for 2016)

  • Development Import of Agricultural Products in Japan and Food Safety Issues Imported from China
  • The Issues and Prospects on the Exchange Rate Regime of China
  • Development and challenges of the Eco -City Comparison of Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco City and Yokohama Minato Mirai 21-
  • Public and Private Actions to Alleviate the Water Pollution Problem in Shanxi Province of China
  • Agricultural products in free trade agreement -From the effect of NAFTA in Mexico-
  • Is Fuzhou City well prepared to prevent and mitigate the flood disaster?
  • The relationship of Japan Arita’s porcelain industry and economic development
  • A Comparative Study on Elderly person facility in Japan and China
  • Unemployment problem on younger layer
  • Solution for food safety barrier of Japan to agricultural products in exporting agricultural products of Vietnam
  • Comparative Study of Policy Measures against Global Warming between China and Japan
  • Status and Problems of Solid Waste Management in China and Japan
  • Change in industrial structure and economic disparity in China Targeting Henan Province
  • Competition and Corporate Development Strategy in China’s Retail Industry: An Empirical Study

Credits and Degrees

Master’s Program

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

Economic Development Field

Required

Economic development seminar

No credits granted

At least 30 credits in total

Compulsory elective

Economic development

At least 14 credits

Elective

Area Studies A & B

At least 6 credits

Elective

Common to each field

At least 6 credits

Research guidance

master’s thesis

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

Area Studies A Field

Required

Area Studies A seminar

No credits granted

At least 30 credits in total

Compulsory elective

Area Studies A & B

At least 12 credits

Elective

Economic development

At least 8 credits

Elective

Common to each field

At least 6 credits

Research guidance

master’s thesis

Degrees can be received by obtaining credits in classes provided in Japanese or English.

Master (International Development)

Doctoral Program

  • Least three extra years of school attendance
  • At least 10 credits to be obtained in the specified subjects
  • Foreign language proficiency tests
  • Research presentation
  • Publication of peer-reviewed papers
  • Doctoral thesis

Doctor (International Development)

Courses and teachers in the master’s program (as of April, 2017)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economic development Demography (Population and Development) 2 ARATAME Natsumi
Development Economics (Economics and Contemporary Asia) 2 YAGUCHI Yue
Economic Development Policy 2 KAJIWARA Hirokazu
Analysis of Development Policies YANAGIHARA Toru
Comparative Political System (Development and Democratization) 2 KAI Nobuyoshi
Transitional Economy Studies 2 DU Jin
Business in Asia 2 FUJIMOTO Koji
Development Cooperation (Theory and Strategy) 2 FUJIMOTO Koji
International Environmental Cooperation 2 HARASHIMA Yohei
Institution Development 2 SAHARA Takayuki
Management of Development Project (Case Studies) 2 TOKUNAGA Tatsumi
Development NGOs 2 AKAISHI Kazunori
Development Strategy (Growth, Poverty, and the Environment) 2 YANAGIHARA Toru
International Cooperation on Agriculture 2 TAKESHITA Masanori
Local Development 2 UKEDA Hiroyuki
Development Management 2 TOKUNAGA Tatsumi
Seminar on Economic Development 2 Each tutor
Area Studies A China Studies (Economic Development) 2 DU Jin
The Study of International Relations surrounding China 2 IJIRI Hidenori
Japan-China relations 2 OKADA Minoru
Studies on Chinese Industry 2 WANG Shuguang
Southeast Asia Studies (Development and ASEAN’s Strategy) 2 YOSHINO Fumio
Korea Studies (History and People) 2 SHIMOJO Masao
NIES Studies 2 MOON Daewoo
South Asia Studies (Modern Economy) 2 KOJIMA Makoto
Oceania Studies 2 SUGITA Hiroya
Latin America Studies 2 YANAGIHARA Toru
Europe Studies 2 YOKOYAMA Makio
Japanese Economy 2 YOSHINO Fumio
Society and Culture in Japan 2 ARATAME Natsumi
Japanese Studies (Social Structure, Social Change and Development) 2 Not offered
Seminar on Area Studies A Each tutor
Common to each field Research Methods (Quantitative Analysis) 2 TAKEDA Shinichi
Research Methods (Qualitative Analysis) 2 YAMAMOTO Tatsuhiro
Principle and Method of Performance Evaluation 2 SUGIMOTO Masami
Project Planning and Evaluation Methods 2 SAHARA Takayuki
International Economics 2 TOKUHARA Satoru
International Logistics 2 KUSE Hirohito
Economic Theory 2 Not offered
Joint Seminar 2 Multiple teachers
Literature Reading 1 (English) 2 KAI Nobuyoshi
Literature Reading 2 (Chinese) 2 Not offered
Literature Reading 3 (Japanese) 2 TOKUHARA Satoru
Theories and practices of International Cooperation in Education 2 Not offered
Sector Development 2 Not offered
International Japanese Culture (1) 2 VASSILI MOLODIAKOV
Cross Cultural Communication 2 Pema Gyalpo
Methodology of Social Science Studies 2 SATO Heigo

≪Notes≫

  • *The class subjects with the ● mark are provided in both Japanese and English.

International Security Studies Course

Topics of master’s theses (for 2016)

  • Friction faced by ISAF in Afghanistan
  • The Military Judicial System of the Imperial Japanese Army
  • Vietnamese Response to the Chinese Hegemony Pursuit in the South China Sea -Effectiveness against Chinese Growing Offensiveness-
  • Role expansion and problem of the Japan-U.S. alliance. -Analysis of the Obama Administration era and consideration to the future Japan-U.S. alliance.-
  • The fate of the EU by the refugee problem
  • What was the response of the Japanese people living on the Korean Peninsula at the end of World WarⅡ? -Did the remaining Japanese contribute to the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea?-
  • Peacebuilding of the civil war in Cambodia -Through consideration of the humanitarian support in the process-
  • Study on governance structure in Egypt -Factors of the collapse of the Mubarak regime and the role Muslim Brotherhood-

Credits and Degrees

Master’s Program

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

National Security and Crisis Management Field

Required

National security and crisis management seminar

No credits granted

At least 30 credits in total

Compulsory elective

National security and crisis management

At least 14 credits

Elective

Area Studies A & B

At least 8 credits

Elective

Common to each field

At least 4 credits

Research guidance

master’s thesis

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

Area Studies B Field

Required

Area Studies B seminar

No credits granted

At least 30 credits in total

Compulsory elective

Area Studies A & B

At least 12 credits

Elective

National security and crisis management

At least 10 credits

Elective

Common to each field

At least 4 credits

Research guidance

master’s thesis

Master (National Security)

Doctoral Program

  • Least three extra years of school attendance
  • At least 10 credits to be obtained in the specified subjects
  • Foreign language proficiency tests
  • Research presentation
  • Publication of peer-reviewed papers
  • Doctoral thesis

Doctor (National Security)

Courses and teachers in the master’s program (as of April, 2017)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

National security and crisis management Security Studies (Theory, Policy, Strategy, and Evaluation) 2 MORIMOTO Satoshi
Law of International Security 2 ABO Kimito
Law of National Security 2 MARUMO Yuichi
International Conflict Studies 2 ENDO Tetsuya
International Organization (United Nations) 2 AOKI Takashi
Crisis Management 2 ENDO Tetsuya
Overseas Risk Management (Nation and Intelligence) 2 Not offered
International Intelligence Management 2 SANDA Katsumi
International Security Cooperation 2 SUZUKI Yuji
Theory of Military Strategy 2 FUKUDA Takeshi
Japanese Military and Diplomatic History 2 AKIMOTO Tiaki
Security Studies (Nuclear Strategy and Nuclear Deterrence) 2 ARIE Koichi
Security Studies (Arms Control and Confidence Building) 2 SATO Heigo
International Relations 2 SATO Heigo
Seminar on National Security and Crisis Management Each tutor
Area Studies B Studies on Chinese Politics 2 WANG Shuguang
2 MOMMA Rira
Taiwan Studies 2 MOMMA Rira
East Asia Studies 2 TAKESADA Hideshi
Southeast Asia Studies 2 IWASAKI Ikuo
Korean Peninsula Studies 2 ARAKI Kazuhiro
South Asia Studies 2 TAKEUCHI Yukifumi
Middle East Studies 2 MORITO Koji
Islam Studies 2 MORI Nobuo
South west Asia Studies(with Focus on SAARC) 2 Pema Gyalpo
Russia Studies 2 NAGOSI Kenrou
America Studies 2 KAWAKAMI Takashi
Seminar on Area Studies B Each tutor
Common to each field Research Methods (Quantitative Analysis) 2 TAKEDA Shinichi
Research Methods (Qualitative Analysis) 2 YAMAMOTO Tatsuhiro
Principle and Method of Performance Evaluation 2 SUGIMOTO Masami
Project Planning and Evaluation Methods 2 SAHARA Takayuki
International Economics 2 TOKUHARA Satoru
International Logistics 2 KUSE Hirohito
Economic Theory 2 Not offered
Joint Seminar 2 Multiple teachers
Literature Reading 1 (English) 2 KAI Nobuyoshi
Literature Reading 2 (Chinese) 2 Not offered
Literature Reading 3 (Japanese) 2 TOKUHARA Satoru
Methodology of Social Science Studies 2 SATO Heigo
Theories and practices of International Cooperation in Education 2 Not offered
Sector Development 2 Not offered
International Japanese Culture (1) 2 VASSILI MOLODIAKOV
Cross Cultural Communication 2 Pema Gyalpo

≪Notes≫

  • The class subjects with the ● mark are provided in both Japanese and English.

Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (Doctoral Program)

Topics of doctoral theses (for 2016)

International Development Studies Course
  • An Advance of Horizontal Division of Labor in the Industry of East Asian Countries and Deepening of Economic Relations -With a Focus on China, Japan, Korea-
  • Evolution of the Economic Development in Indochina -Towards a New Economic Development Patter-
International Security Studies Course
  • “Revalidation of dividing process of Germany after the World War II from Eastern Bloc -Establishment of German Democratic Republic as a view of “Stalin’s Defeat”.
  • Study of Intelligence Organizational theory -Challenges and Prospects in the U.S. Intelligence-
  • A Study on the Political Propaganda : Studies on Its Concepts, Structure and Actual Conditions

Courses and teachers in the master’s program (as of April, 2017)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economic development Advanced Study in Economic Development Ⅰ (Development Economics: Theory and Empirical Studies) 2 YAGUCHI Yue
Advanced Study in Economic Development Ⅱ (Development Strategy: Growth,Poverty,and the Environment) 2 YANAGIHARA Toru
Advanced Study in Economic Development Ⅲ (Development Economics: Population and Urbanization) 2 ARATAME Natsumi
Advanced Seminar in Economic Development (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor
Area Studies A Advanced Study in Area Study A Ⅰ (Indian Industrial Development) 2 Not offered
Advanced Study in Area Study A Ⅱ (Comparative Economic Development: East Asia and Latin America) 2 KAJIWARA Hirokazu
Advanced Study in Area Study A Ⅲ (ASEAN and Economic Development) 2 YOSHINO Fumio
Advanced Study in Area Study A Ⅳ (Chinese Macroeconomy) 2 DU Jin
Advanced Seminar in Area Study A (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor
Common within the course Advanced Joint Seminar(Economies of Korea and Taiwan) 2 MOON Daewoo
Advanced seminars (thesis guidance) Advanced Seminar in Economic Development (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor
Advanced Seminar in Area Study A (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor

[International Security Studies Course] Courses and teachers in the doctoral program (as of April, 2017)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

National security and crisis management Advanced Study in National Security and Crisis Management Ⅰ (Alliance and National Security Policy) 2 KAWAKAMI Takashi
Advanced Study in National Security and Crisis Management Ⅱ (Modern Conflict Studies and “New Military History”) 2 ENDO Tetsuya
Advanced Study in National Security and Crisis Management Ⅲ (International Security Order and the United States of America) 2 SUZUKI Yuji
Advanced Seminar in National Security and Crisis Management (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor
Area Studies B Advanced Study in Area Study B Ⅰ (China: Political Regime and Defense Strategy) 2 MOMMA Rira
Advanced Study in Area Study B Ⅲ (Islam World: the Sharia and the State) 2 MORI Nobuo
Advanced Study in Area Study B Ⅳ (Southeast Asia: Regional Integration) 2 IWASAKI Ikuo
Advanced Study in Area Study B Ⅴ (Korean Peninsula: the North-South Relationship) 2 ARAKI Kazuhiro
Advanced Study in Area Study B VI (America: Domestics Politics and Foreign Policy) 2 KAWAKAMI Takashi
Advanced Study in Area Study B Ⅶ (US-Japan Relations: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy) 2 SATO Heigo
Advanced Seminar in Area Study B (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor
International Security Studies Course Common subjects Advanced Joint Seminar Ⅰ (Security and Law) 2 MORIMOTO Satoshi
Advanced Joint Seminar Ⅱ (Korean Peninsula Studies: Politics and Diplomacy) 2 HAMAGUCHI Yuko
Advanced Joint Seminar Ⅲ 2 Not offered
Advanced Joint Seminar Ⅳ (International Security Cooperation: Development and Pease / Security) SUZUKI Yuji
Advanced seminars (thesis guidance) Advanced Seminar in National Security and Crisis Management (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor
Advanced Seminar in Area Study B (Guidance for Research and Dissertation) Each tutor

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