Master of Social and Cultural Sciences
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The former Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences was established in April 2002, which offered a three-year independent, interdisciplinary and comprehensive Doctoral Program based on a wide range of fields given in the Faculty of Letters and the Faculty of Law. The Division of Instructional System Studies (Master’s Program), which was designed to foster e-learning professionals, was founded in April 2006. In April 2008 was established the present Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences (GSSCS) which consists of Master’s Program and Doctoral Program, by reorganizing the former Graduate School of Social and Cultural Sciences (Doctoral Program), Graduate School of Letters (Master’s Program), Graduate School of Law (Master’s Program), and Division of Instructional System Studies.