A curriculum centered around three pillars of studies
The GLA curriculum is centered around Cosmopolitan Studies, Civilization Studies, and Innovation Studies and consists of seven subject groups.
Students will select classes according to their interests, concerns, and desired career to advance in their course of study.
Essentials of Global Liberal Arts
Viewing humanity's intellectual heritage from a global perspective, this course fosters techniques, methodologies, research ethics, and communication skills that will serve as the foundation for further studies at GLA.
Introduction of Global Liberal Arts I
Introduction to Global Liberal Arts II
Research Design and Research Method
Algorithm and Programming
Global Conflicts: An Introduction
Globalization and International Relations: An Introduction
Centered around historical studies and social theory, this course will help students develop their understanding of both the diversity and the common ground of the global community, enabling them to highlight new issues that impact humanity.
Centered around management theory and science and technology studies, this course fosters new knowledge and perspectives, helping students develop their intellectual ability and ability to take action on the global stage.
In this course, students will study Japanese history, society, and culture from a global context. They will also deepen their GLA studies from the specific context of Japan's location in Asia and the world.
In this course, as a culmination of their studies at GLA, students transcend and integrate the individual studies of the subject groups. Students will complete research and work to put to use what they have studied at GLA in a more practical context.
Research Seminar I
Research Seminar II
Capstone Studies in Normative Perspective to Globalization
Capstone Studies in Geohistorical Perspective to Globalization