Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
In the Master's Course of the Doctoral Program, the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences has adopted an assignment research subject approach and established the Course of Clinical Psychology for School. The assignment research subject approach is a joint research approach taken by multiple faculty members and students. Thanks to this approach, the students can deepen their research. The assignment research subject approach and the Master's Course of the Doctoral Program are offered in both day-time and evening classes to widely welcome working adults, and many graduate students in full-time employment are studying enthusiastically.
As of April 2017, the Graduate School opened the "Course of Clinical Psychology for School." By providing practical training in collaboration with the Nagoya City Board of Education, the Graduate School of Medical Sciences, the University Hospital and the School of Nursing, the Course produces excellent human resources.
Master's program in Humanities and Social Sciences
The assignment research subject approach provides research subjects of Western Culture; Japanese Culture; Urban Society Social Systems; Regional Development; Gender, Human Rights and Welfare; Psychological Development; and Society and Education, in three fields.
The Course of Clinical Psychology for School, equipped with a diverse curriculum, aims to produce highly-skilled clinical psychologists. In the Medical Psychology Center established in the University Hospital in April 2017, the Clinical Psychology Counseling Room is open and available as a practical training facility, providing psychological counseling to citizens with a range of concerns, under the supervision of faculty members of the university qualified as licensed clinical psychologists.
Doctoral Program in Humanities and Social Sciences
Students who are researching with us and preparing their doctoral papers have various goals in mind: aiming to be researchers in the future, or taking advantage of their research outcome for their professional activities, or even for their educational activities.