Education and Research
Chiba University Graduate School Policy on the Formulation and Implementation of Education Curriculum (Doctoral Program)
Doctoral Program (Second Stage Doctoral Program, 3-Year Second Stage Doctoral Program, 4-Year Doctoral Program)
To uphold "the spirit of freedom and independence"
- Formulate and provide educational curricula that enable students to independently decide on a research theme, establish a research plan and manage the progress of their academic dissertation study.
To embrace "involvement in society from a global perspective"
- Provide opportunities for students to understand problems related to their field of specialization from a global perspective and to consider what research and development are required to find solutions for such problems.
- Provide opportunities for students to present their research results to international audiences and to audiences from different fields, and to exchange information.
- Provide educational opportunities to interact with diverse groups of people with an understanding of diverse cultures and history in and outside of Japan.
To acquire "specialized knowledge, skills and abilities"
- Provide opportunities for students to be proactively involved in the creation of new wisdom and value in preparation for their academic dissertation study.
- Provide opportunities for students to establish a specific research plan and manage the progress of their research in light of evaluations for their academic dissertation study.
To nurture "excellent problem-solving skills"
- Provide opportunities for students to share professional information and knowledge in their specialized field with joint researchers and research associates and to facilitate joint research in cooperation and collaboration from a leadership position for the preparation of their academic dissertation study.