The Faculty of Humanities promotes the simultaneous pursuit of academic specialization and diversity.
Although the Faculty of Humanities consists of three separate departments that, in spite of having different departments all aim to help students develop an ability to take creative and innovative approaches to the problems they will face in an increasingly complex and diverse world that have been brought on by globalization and the information revolution. The Faculty therefore provides not only a specialized education in different areas of the humanities and social sciences, but also encourages its undergraduates to approach their studies from a multi-disciplinary point of view.
The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to the community and the globalized world.
Two courses of study are offered in the M.A. program: Cultural Sciences and Applied Social Sciences. The goal of each is to turn out highly qualified graduates who can deal with the transformations and institutional reforms that are occurring at both the regional and the global levels of current society.