The Graduate School of Regional Education, Art and Science awards a degree to students who have completed its curriculum, successfully passed the screening and examination of a master's thesis, or a specific task-oriented research project and as a result acquired the research skills and advanced expertise described below:
Graduates in this field have obtained advanced specialty skills needed to play an active role in clinical psychology using psychological knowledge and skills in areas such as education, welfare, medicine, public health and industry. Specifically, indivisuals have mastered the knowledge and skills necessary for clinical psychologists at hospitals and other medical institutions, junior high schools, child counseling centers, children's homes, and the national civil service.
The Art and Culture Major has the three fields of Music, Art and Sports and confers a degree on students who have acquired advanced expert skills in their respective fields to contribute to invigorating culture.
Students who have acquired deep knowledge and the expressive ability in a specialty field of music and the abilities to plan and carry out contributions in the local community.
Students who have acquired deep knowledge and advanced expert skills in a specialty field of formative art and the ability to contribute to developing and promoting art in the local community and society.
Students who have acquired advanced skills and knowledge of sports and the teaching and coordinating abilities in schools and community sports.