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Musashi University's educational and research objectives

Based on the three ideals embedded in its founding principles, Musashi University trains students in line with its basic educational objectives of Independence, Dialogue, and Practice, through specialized education in each faculty and general education across the University. More specifically, these three basic educational objectives call for the University to educate students who have the ability to investigate independently, think for themselves, and to engage in open and honest dialogue with respect for others, as well as the vitality needed to act to turn knowledge into practice in their own immediate surroundings while thinking globally, and to promote cultural exchange and practical cooperation around the world. Through this process, the university stresses the building of knowledge, the application of this knowledge to social endeavors, and reflection upon this practical application resulting in expanded awareness, that is, the fusion of knowledge and practice.

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Educational and research objectives of each faculty and graduate school

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Based on the University’s primary educational goals, the Faculty of Economics has established its educational and research objectives. These are as follows: (1) teaching theory and applications concerning economics and society; (2) fostering independent thinking and appropriate decision-making and execution skills; (3) and (the human-resources development goal of) educating capable professionals motivated to find solutions to the issues they will face in the contemporary economy and society.
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Faculty of Humanities

Based on the University’s basic educational goals, the Faculty of Humanities has established the educational and research objectives of imparting a broad-ranging, in-depth knowledge base and fostering language abilities and a cosmopolitan consciousness, while also teaching specialized knowledge and practical skills in each field of the humanities, together with the human-resources development objective of training members of society who will play active roles in finding solutions to contemporary challenges.
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Faculty of Sociology

Based on the University’s basic educational goals, the Faculty of Sociology aims to train capable graduates with the holistic conceivability to help realize a more desirable society, through education and research that cultivate a critical spirit and sympathetic communication abilities, based on identification of diverse social issues analyzed from both theoretical and empirical perspectives.
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Based on the University’s primary educational goals, the Graduate School of Economics aims to educate competent graduates able to contribute to economic and social stability and progress. It also aims for the educational and research objectives of imparting advanced specialized knowledge and research capabilities. Moreover, it fosters the knowledge and conceptual abilities needed to succeed in highly specialized professions.
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Based on the University’s basic educational goals, the Graduate School of Humanities aims to train graduates to serve as highly capable researchers at educational and research institutions and professionals who will contribute to the progress of culture and society, both in Japan and worldwide, in accordance with its educational and research objectives of imparting advanced specialized knowledge and abilities in individual areas of specialization and cultivating interdisciplinary elements across related fields.
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