Undergraduate Faculties/Graduate Schools
- Undergraduate Faculties
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The Graduate School of Law develops researchers, sophisticated specialized professionals, as well as individuals who will play an active role in the world as a result of having acquired a high level of legal education through specialized studies and teachings in legal fields that are becoming ever more diverse.
|Name of course||Graduate School of Law|
|Major||Major in Law|
|Courses||Master's Course, Doctor's Course|
|Degree||Master of Law
Doctor of Law
|Campus||Asia University, Musashino Campus|
|Course format||Day classes|
|Class limit||Master’s Course 30 students
Doctor’s Course 15 students
|Requirement for Completion of the Graduate School||＜Master’s Course＞
The degree will be granted to those who have been enrolled in the program for more than two years and who have earned more than 32 credits in addition to having passed the thesis review process and examination. Furthermore, only with the permission of the professor, the student can submit "Research findings of specified topics" in place of a Master's thesis. (In this case, the student will not be allowed to progress to the Doctoral level).
＜Doctor’s ’s Course＞
The degree will be granted to those who have been enrolled in the program for more than three years and who have earned more than 12 credits in addition to having passed the Doctoral thesis review process and examination. However, for those who have been admitted to the Doctoral course after having completed the Master's course, the degree will be granted through being enrolled in the program for more than two years and by earning more than eight credits in addition to having passed the Doctor's dissertation review process and examination.