Master's Program in Economic and Public Policy

Scholars can choose one of two tracks — economic policy or public policy — depending on whether they want to develop skills in quantitative analysis and econometrics or crave a broader, multidisciplinary approach to economics that includes social and political dimensions. Faculty members include Motoko Shuto, who specializes in the fields of politics and international relations in Southeast Asia and transnational labor migration in East Asia, and Mari Minowa, a former economist with the World Bank who specializes in the fields of development economics, social sector policies in developing countries and the economics of Latin America. Course professors draw from extensive academic as well as professional experience working in international organizations and have strong interests in education.

Doctoral Program in International Public Policy

The Program in International Public Policy consists of two fields: International Relations and Sociology. This program provides comprehensive curriculum to graduate students for their research capacity building through a professional as well as an interdisciplinary approach in each field. The objective of this program is to educate students by promoting and upgrading their research capacity to an international level and their practical knowledge for framing problems and finding solutions in the area of international public policy.

Master's Program in International Public Policy

The Program in International Public Policy consists of two fields: International Relations and Sociology. This program provides comprehensive curriculum to graduate students for their research capacity building through a professional as well as an interdisciplinary approach in each field. The objective of this program is to educate students by promoting and upgrading their research capacity to an international level and their practical knowledge for framing problems and finding solutions in the area of international public policy.