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Graduate School of Literature

 

Graduate School of Literature

The remarkable progress of globalization and the advancement of the information age in recent years have created immense opportunities to communicate with people, groups and organizations around the world who have different cultural backgrounds. As a result, the complexity and difficulty of reaching a consensus and developing mutual understanding with such people is becoming clear.
Under these circumstances, it is necessary to train students not only to acquire linguistic and negotiation skills, but also to become knowledgeable about the historical, social and economic backgrounds of various cultures, as well as to develop a deep interest and understanding of humanity. Such training is the educational goal of the Master's Program in Language, Culture, and Communication of the Graduate School of Literature.

Notable Features

  • Integration of specialized and interdisciplinary studies
  • Exchanges with overseas research and educational institutes
  • Adult education programs
  • Tutorial education system
  • Semester system

Master's Program in Language, Culture, and Communication

Language and Cultural Studies Studies in Theory of English Linguistics & Culture A
Studies in Theory of English Linguistics & Culture B
Seminar in Theory of English Language & Culture A
Seminar in Theory of English Language & Culture B
Studies in Theory of English Literature A
Studies in Theory of English Literature B
Seminar in Theory of English Literature A
Seminar in Theory of English Literature B
Studies in Theory of American Linguistics & Culture A
Studies in Theory of American Linguistics & Culture B
Seminar in Theory of American Language & Culture A
Seminar in Theory of American Language & Culture B
Studies in Theory of American Literature A
Studies in Theory of American Literature B
Seminar in Theory of American Literature A
Seminar in Theory of American Literature B
Special Studies in English & American Literature A
Special Studies in English & American Literature B
Special Studies in Educational Theory on Language and Culture A
Special Studies in Educational Theory on Language and Culture B
Special Studies in Theory of Christian Culture A
Special Studies in Theory of Christian Culture B
Special Studies in Theory of Comparative Language & Culture A
Special Studies in Theory of Comparative Language & Culture B
Special Studies in Theory of Language Culture
English Education and Communication Studies Studies in Communication Theory
Seminar in Communication Theory
Studies in Intercultural Communication Theory
Seminar in Intercultural Communication Theory
Studies in Language Education
Seminar in Language Education
Studies in Sociolinguistics
Seminar in Sociolinguistics
Special Studies in Applied Linguistics
Special Studies in History of the English Language
Theoretical Linguistics
Linguistic Anthropology
Pragmatics
Methodology in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Testing and Evaluation in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Special Studies in Theory of Communications
Personal Relations Studies Special Studies in Educational Thought A
Special Studies in Educational Thought B
Studies in Social and Educational Psychology A
Studies in Social and Educational Psychology B
Special Studies in Psychology A
Special Studies in Psychology B
Special Studies in Physical Psychology A
Special Studies in Physical Psychology B
Directed Study
Thesis Guidance
Research Project
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