Students will acquire an understanding of the formation of global systems as the foundation of humankind’s existence on a global historic scale, and will master skills in academic overview and skills in the detection, analysis and resolution of issues as well as the ability to communicate those results domestically and internationally in order to present appropriate action proposals for problems threatening the future existence of humankind.
In order to pursue resolutions and methods of dealing with problems facing the existence of humankind based on issues of biodiversity, students will acquire the skills for the development of general science related to bioenvironments and life, and will be equipped with general problem detection, analysis and resolution skills to enable them to propose appropriate measures to deal with these kinds of issues.
Students will acquire general problem detection, analysis and resolution skills with a future vision for the development of humankind within a just and peaceful world free from discrimination and flourishing with diverse cultures.
In order to envisage a future image of the coexistence of humanity, students will acquire a broad foundation of comprehensive knowledge, and through surveying focus regions and analyzing gathered data, will be able to correctly analyze various issues of social diversity and coexistence, and will acquire the ability to appropriately express the knowledge they have obtained.
For the communication and mutual understanding of a future vision common to all humankind, students will acquire the ability to understand communication from a multifaceted viewpoint through scholarly clarification of processes of communication involving language and diverse media.
Building on studies and academic experiences at the undergraduate level, students will acquire a comprehensive view of the scholarly field and the ability to identify issues and problems. Furthermore, in order to propose models of a future image for humanity, students will lead comprehensive regional studies from the standpoint of East Asia including Japan, and will acquire the ability to communicate the results thereof both domestically and internationally.
Students will be able to grasp the various problems facing global society from a comprehensive perspective, to provide explanations from a critical viewpoint and to communicate the research results proactively.