The Graduate School of Education (Master's Course) consists of two majors: Professional Teacher Development and School Education Support.
The Major in Professional Teacher Development aims to train school leaders and mid-career teachers in advanced theory as well as practical and applicable skills, while also fostering competent young teachers.
The major in School Education Support consists of two courses: Clinical Psychology in Education and Japanese Language Support. The Clinical Psychology in Education Course trains specialists of education for children with mental health problems or disabilities through courses on educational psychology, clinical psychology, and special needs education. The Japanese Language Support Course cultivates professionals who have capacities to provide 1) learners support for children with international background in Japan, and also 2) Japanese language education support for children who are living abroad. Moreover, the course focuses on training skills for supporting foreigners and promoting international exchanges in both Japan and overseas.
In order to respond to the changing needs of local communities and of an increasingly complex society, while keeping pace with the ever-evolving specialization of nursing, UoM's Graduate School of Nursing Science aims to foster researchers, educators, and practitioners who can develop their potential and play an active role in the field of health and medical welfare. The graduate school comprises the Training Course for Researchers and Training Course for Advanced Practice Nurses, as well as a special course for midwife candidates preparing for the examination in Training Course for Advanced Practice Nurses.
The University of Miyazaki's Graduate School of Engineering is an advanced education and research institution in the field of engineering that aims to develop scientists and engineers with cutting-edge expertise and promote academic research.
Special lectures in English are delivered to international students, such as the Master Double Degree Program and the Master Degree Special Program in order to contribute to a global society.
The five graduate schools were reorganized in the 2014 academic year in order to establish the new Graduate School of Agriculture (comprising six courses). The objectives of the Graduate School of Agriculture are to enhance the specialized nature of the faculty's education; resolve domestic and international issues related to food, the environment, resources, and life; and contribute to the creation of a sustainable and productive society that exists in harmony with the natural environment. It also aims to develop professional technicians and researchers from many different countries who possess sophisticated knowledge in the field of agriculture and the ability to put this expertise to practical use.
he Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine offers a doctoral course aiming to produce future researchers and educators in medicine and veterinary medicine from among highly specialized professional doctors, veterinarians, and researchers in all disciplines. The graduate school also offers a Master's course aiming to train high caliber medical technicians and researchers as well as consultants in clinical ethics equipped with advanced research expertise and a broad knowledge of biological science.
The Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Agriculture and Engineering is founded on the disciplines of agriculture and engineering and their collaborative achievements. By preparing students with an integrated comprehension grounded in comprehensive knowledge and a capacity for high-level research, we are working to deepen the field of collaborative agricultural engineering education and research and meet the demand for advanced technical specialists who will contribute to a society built on knowledge and technology.
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