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Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law has two departments: the Department of Jurisprudence and the Department of International Politics. The curriculums of the two departments are integrated such that students can understand the success of modern Japan from a holistic point of view of law and politics.

The Faculty of Law offers several courses: Judiciary, Citizen’s Law, Public Law, and Social Law in the Department of Jurisprudence, and International Relations, Foreign Language, and International Information Science in the Department of International Politics.

Judiciary consists of practical legal studies, assisting students to engage in the activities of the courts and law offices.

Citizen’s Law focuses on private laws such as Civil Law and Commercial Law in order to develop students' legal thinking.

Public Law is designed for those intending to seek employment in civil service. The curriculum is made up of a number of subjects concerning public administration.

Social Law and Environmental/Information Law stress the new fields of legal conflicts in industrial relations, environmental protection, and copyright.

International Relations provides Regional Studies, Comparative Politics, and International Law for understanding global politics.

Foreign Language (English) emphasizes developing productive skills in English necessary for dealing with current international issues.

International Information Science trains students to acquire the ability to analyze international relations through the use of computers.

 

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