JAPANESE

グローバル秩序変容時代のリーダー養成プログラム― GRIPS Global Governance Program (G-cube) ―

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Curriculum

The curriculum for this program has been designed to enable students to develop a broad historical perspective, strong analytical ability, and good communication skills through lectures, tutorials, and seminars taught entirely in English. A distinctive feature of the program is its teaching staff, which includes nationally and internationally renowned guest speakers—many of whom are former ministers and top business leaders—as well as first-rate GRIPS faculty.

TUTORIALS

This program features compulsory small-group tutorials organized into four policy clusters: global issues, developing countries, emerging countries, and developed countries. From these, students will choose four policy issues to research, two from their major cluster and two from the remaining clusters. Through intensive discussions with one another as well as with the Professor, students will acquire broad knowledge and deep understanding of these issues and develop strong analytical skills. Students will also write research papers requiring rigorous academic analysis and not simply passive reproduction of knowledge.

Curriculum: GRIPS Global Governance Program(G-cube)

https://gast.grips.ac.jp/syllabus/

Category Course Name
Required Courses
  • Leading a Nation in the Changing World
  • Perspectives of the World
  • Introduction to Public Policy Studies
  • Policy Debate Seminar I-II
  • Executive Seminar I-III
  • PolicyWorkshop
Recommended Courses
  • Diplomatic History of Modern Japan
  • Comparative State Formation
  • Global Economic History
  • International Relations
  • Comparative Political Economy
  • Development Economics
  • Essential Macroeconomics
  • Structure and Processes of Government
  • Comparative Analysis on Science, Technology and Innovation Policy
  • Tutorial I-IV
Elective Courses
  • Essential Microeconomics
  • Microeconomics I
  • Macroeconomics I
  • Government and Politics in Japan
  • International Political Economy
  • International Security Studies
  • Political EconomyofModernJapan
  • Introductionto QuantitativeMethods
  • Introductory Statistics