Graduate Program, MA, Cultural Interaction 24 months Postgraduate Program By Sophia University |Top Universities
Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

6,206 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

SociologyMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Sociology

Degree

MA

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

The School of Humanities has six programs that offer courses to foster advanced, specialized knowledge and skills in each discipline. The aim of all the programs is to develop the human potential and global outlook of the student with a solid academic basis.

The aim is to examine the various cultural negotiations surrounding literature beyond the conventional framework and to capture the dynamic nature of cultural negotiations and contact between different cultures. To achieve this goal, we will examine the reality of cross-cultural negotiations from all angles and focus on exploring the elements necessary for a new culture to emerge.

In addition, the Program in Cultural Interaction will link the areas of each department already in the Graduate School of Humanities under the academic pillar of “Cultural Interaction”. We will proactively collaborate with other programs in the Graduate School of Humanities to promote a more pluralistic understanding of culture.

Program overview

Main Subject

Sociology

Degree

MA

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

The School of Humanities has six programs that offer courses to foster advanced, specialized knowledge and skills in each discipline. The aim of all the programs is to develop the human potential and global outlook of the student with a solid academic basis.

The aim is to examine the various cultural negotiations surrounding literature beyond the conventional framework and to capture the dynamic nature of cultural negotiations and contact between different cultures. To achieve this goal, we will examine the reality of cross-cultural negotiations from all angles and focus on exploring the elements necessary for a new culture to emerge.

In addition, the Program in Cultural Interaction will link the areas of each department already in the Graduate School of Humanities under the academic pillar of “Cultural Interaction”. We will proactively collaborate with other programs in the Graduate School of Humanities to promote a more pluralistic understanding of culture.

Admission requirements

2 Years

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

6,206 USD
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International Students

6,206 USD
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More programs from the university

Utilizing its accumulated knowledge of a broad range of subjects, the University supports the studies of its students at Yotsuya Campus in the heart of Tokyo. Sophia University comprises 9 faculties for undergraduate students. The university also offers English-taught program offered as collaboration between six departments.


  • Faculty of Theology: The only Catholic-oriented theology faculty in Japan, the faculty holds a special place at Sophia, as the university itself was founded on the ideals of Christian education.

  • Faculty of Humanities:A faculty of ”humanities” based on the search for wisdom and human dignity, consisting of seven departments, offering courses in philosophical thought, history, art, literature, language, media, information, journalism, and physical culture.

  • Faculty of Human Sciences: Faculty focuses on the core idea of "the dignity of individuals," offering programs to cover theoletical as well as practical approaches to policy management, human care, and human science.

  • Faculty of Law: 3 departments under this faculty look at law from different perspectives; application of law in Japan, application of law in international contexts, and in the specialized studies in environmental law.

  • Faculty of Economics: Department of Economics and the Department of Management cover large areas of studies in economic, commerce, and marketing, preparing students for the today's business world.

  • Faculty of Foreign Studies: The Faculty takes a multi-dimentional approach to the rich and diversified world, aiming not only to produce students strong in languages, but the individuals who can use the languages as tools for better understanding of the world

  • Faculty of Global Studies: The faculty aims to foster competent individuals well equipped with knowledge and skills as "global professionals" who can contribute to the globalized world.

  • Faculty of Liberal Arts: Formerly known as Faculty of Comparative Culture, the faculty offers American-style liberal arts education with programs in social sciences, humanities, international business, and the Japanese language and studies taught in English.

  • Faculty of Science and Technology: Science and technology programs at Sophia aims to prepare students to tackle the complex problems facing us today, not only through the studies of science, but also by integrating the studies of the humanities and science.

  • SPSF (Sophia Program for Sustainable Futures): English-taught program allows students to gain in-depth knowledge in their field of specialization, while taking interdisciplinary courses on the theme of Sustainable Futures, educating them to be the kind of game changers our globalized world needs in order to steer towards a sustainable future.


Sophia University’s graduate school provides an environment that is conducive to cross-disciplinary research while enhancing academic expertise, taking advantage of the fact that top-notch researchers are gathered on one campus across disciplines.

Theology

Humanities

Applied Religious Studies

Human Sciences

Law

Economics

Languages and Linguistics

Global Studies

Science and Technology

Global Environmental Studies

Applied Data Sciences


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