Greetings from the Dean
The social welfare fields are changing drastically with the times. Welfare challenges became more diversified and complex and systems and policies are increasingly modified as a result. In times like these, welfare needs renewed attention from a scholarly perspective with principles and the origin of welfare in mind without deviating from daily practice.
Our master’s program has two courses; the Comprehensive Welfare Course and the Clinical Psychology Course in order to develop reflective practitioners in each approach. We hope to create opportunities for both newly graduated university students and professional people to stimulate and enhance each other’s academic interests through exchange. The Clinical Psychology Course is registered as a course to prepare clinical psychologists and welcome students who are looking to get qualifications.
Our Ph.D. program emphasizes research on challenges in the welfare scene. It is intended to develop researchers and educators who can provide knowledge as their research outcome and advanced consultation to the welfare scene.