Graduate School of International Relations, International University of Japan, Niigata:
Etablished in the International University of Japan in 1982, The Graduate School of International Relations is intended to equip students with political, economic, and management skills, as well as historical and cultural perspectives. The school is located in Niigata, approximately 230 kilometers northwest of TokyoEmail: Contact us below ( or request a callback ).
Utilizing the experiences of Japan and the Asia-Pacific region, GSIR examines cultural issues and problems within a broad and coherent theoretical framework. The GSIR is designed to also help students acquire a long-term vision of the rapidly changing world, appreciate diverse perspectives
of global and local contexts, and enhance their level of knowledge and problem-solving capabilities in contemporary international affairs.
Masters Programs (taught in English) in International Development Program; International Relations Program; International Peace Studies Program; Public Management; Economics
Courses covered in the International Development Program:
Mathematics and Computing for Economics; Statistics for Business and Economics; Research Methodology; Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Applied Econometrics; Development Economics; Quantitative Methods for Decision Making; Quantitative Analysis of Economic Policies; Development Planning.
Courses offered in the International Relations Program:
International Political Economy; International Politics; History of International Relations; International Economic Systems and Order; UN and Global Governance; Comparative Politics and Society; Contemporary Political and Economic Regionalism; Asia and Japan in the Pre-War Period; OPEC and Economic Development.
Courses covered in the International Peace Studies Program:
Global Governance of Human Security; Risk Management under Globalization; International Peace and Security; International Conflict Resolution; Human Rights and Global Justice; International Humanitarian Law; Environmental Economics; Global Issues: UNU Global Seminar Governance; Japanese Political Economy.