Graduate School of Science for Human Services

Degree: Master of Science for Human Services
English-medium Degree Program: N/A
Location: Kinugasa Campus

Graduate Description

Established in 2001, Graduate School for Human Services aims to create new academic field, “science for human services,” where those who involved in human services can collaborate beyond their specific expertise. We strive to establish a new field of education and research regarding human services through the efforts of collaboration and integration of traditional disciplines such as psychology, pedagogy and social welfare, as well as to nurture highly specialized professionals in related fields. In these past 15 years, we have educated over 600 graduates and now enjoy an extensive network rooted in local communities. This graduate school consists of two concentrations: Human Services (including four clusters such as Clinical Studies in Personality & Education, Analysis of Disability & Behavior, Clinical Studies in Family & Community, and Clinical Studies in Human Development & Welfare) and Clinical Psychology.

Sample Courses

  • Basic Practice of Clinical Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology Assessment
  • Clinical Psychology Practicum
  • Seminar in Science for Human Services
    • Clinical Studies in Personality & Education,
    • Analysis of Disability & Behavior,
    • Clinical Studies in Family & Community,
    • Clinical Studies in Human Development & Welfare
  • Practicum in Human Services

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