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Doctoral Degree Program / Major in Human Developmental Studies

The Major in Human Developmental Studies aims to foster highly specialized professionals and researchers who have the advanced specialized knowledge and can solve the issues related to human development. To achieve this aim, this program intends to cultivate skills to analyze and solve issues of human development in the home, school, society, and elsewhere, from the perspectives of the living environment, culture and education.

Degrees to be awarded
Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Philosophy in Literature, Doctor of Philosophy in Education

博士後期課程 人間形成研究専攻

Major in Human Developmental Studies

Character building culture

Character building culture
  • Sensory information research
    (Ryosuke Niimi)
  • Action formation research
    (Kotaro Suzuki)
  • Character formation research
    (Osamu Fukushima)
  • Cognitive action research
    (Nobu Shirai)
  • Modern society research
    (Katsuhiro Matsui)
  • Recognition philosophy research
    (Fukuko Abe)
  • Comparison thought formation research
    (Yusuke Miyazaki)
  • Religion thought research
    (Kaoru Aoyagi)
  • Scientific thought research
    (Hiroyuki Iyama)
  • Cultural anthropology research
    (Kiyoshi Nakamura)
  • Information cultural studies
    (Kenichi Harada)
  • Media social cultural studies
    (Yutaka Koga)
  • Societal information system research
    (Takashi Nakamura)
  • Gender research
    (Nahoko Sugihara)
  • Social network research
    (Noboru Watanabe)
  • Cognitive formation research
    (Nobuko Nakajima)
  • Cognitive thought research
    (Koji Ota)
  • Family dynamics research
    (Tomoyuki Yokoyama)
  • Behavior modification research
    (Eiichi Kamimura)
  • Cognitive action pathology research
    (Tsunehiko Tanaka)
  • Personal assistance research
    (Ayako Kohori)
  • Healthy action research
    (Tatsuro Amano)
  • Motor-function research
    (Yukihiko Ushiyama)
  • Body development research
    (Takeshi Yasaka)
  • Body thought research
    (Kenji Ishigaki)
  • Clothes environment-assessment research
    (Momoko Sugimura)
  • Clothes environmental material research
    (Kazuyoshi Nakamura)
  • Living environment research
    (Yukari Iino)
  • Food environmental research
    (Tomoko Yamaguchi)
  • Underwater movement research
    (Masaaki Oba)
  • Gymnastics thought research
    (Hideshiro Kobayashi)
  • Healthy support scientific inquiry
    (Junichi Kasamaki)
  • Healthy movement research
    (Toshio Murayama)
  • Healthy action formation research
    (Yasushi Mori)
  • Healthy gymnastics research
    (Takako Hiwa)
  • Health education research
    (Naomi Kasai)

Modern educational culture

Modern educational culture
  • Educational administration research
    (Shu Kumoo)
  • Educational measurement research
    (Taketoshi Sugisawa)
  • Education policy and teaching-methods research
    (Yosuke Yotoriyama)
  • Career education research
    (Kenji Matsui)
  • Lifelong learning research
    (Kazuhiko Aiba)
  • Special-support-education research
    (Masaki Nagasawa)
  • Handicapped-child person support research
    (Hiroyuki Arikawa)
  • Handicapped-child person communication support research
    (Maiko Iriyama)
  • Handicapped-child person physiological development support research
    (Ruriya Watanabe)
  • The social-studies educational method research
    (Mamoru Miyazono)
  • Mathematics educational contents research
    (Osamu Kakimizu)
  • Mathematics educational research
    (Yoshitaka Abe)
  • English education evaluation research
    (Shinji Matsuzawa)
  • English education reading comprehension instruction research
    (Shigeo Kato)
  • Reading educational research
    (Sachiko Adachi)
  • Music cultural studies
    (Yasuhiko Yokosaka)
  • Music performance expression research
    (Kenta Suzuki)
  • Folk-customs music cultural studies
    (Yoshihiro Ino)
  • Music practice research
    (Shuji Morishita)
  • Music creation research
    (Kensaku Shimizu)
  • Music expression research
    (Koji Tanaka)
  • Performance expression research
    (Tetsuyuki Uno)
  • Fine-arts expression research
    (Tetsuo Sato)
  • Contemporary art expression research
    (Yoshihiko Tanji)
  • Fine-arts educational research
    (Hirotoshi Yaginuma)
  • Sculpture art research
    (Akira Go)
  • The homemaking course educational method research
    (Sachiko Takagi)
  • Educational philosophy research
    (Manabu Fukuda)
  • Educational sociology research
    (Kazuhisa Yoshida)
  • Teaching study research
    (Tomoki Ichiyanagi)
  • Social-studies history-of-education research
    (Kenji Kamamoto)
  • Social geography research
    (Yosuke Maeda)
  • Economical educational research
    (Toru Shibata)
  • Language education research
    (Yuko Adachi)

* Four compulsory subjects are offered as subjects common to the Graduate School, which include Specific Research I, Research II, Specific Research III, and General Seminar.

* Names of teachers and Course Titles are subject to change.

The Syllabus page of each course contains the detailed information on Course Objectives, Textbooks, Lecture Plan, Lecture Style, and Evaluation Method, etc.

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