The programme emphasizes both theoretical knowledge and research skills and allows students to bring together different disciplinary and methodological approaches for the advancement of gender studies.
Earning a total of at least 22.5 units, passing the written qualifying examinations, submitting a thesis and passing an oral examination are required for graduation.
Fields of Specialization
Students will conduct independent research under any department (including but not limited to Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Educational Administration and Policy, History, Japanese Studies, Journalism, Literature, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology or Social Work, and other allied fields) with a focus on gender.
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