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Faculty of Policy Management

Graduation Certification Policy (diploma policy)

Our faculty's school philosophy is jissenchi ("practical knowledge"). We will take on the Keio University tradition of jitsugaku ("practical learning") to explore solutions to various problems that arise in society. We will identify challenges from complex societal phenomena and propose policies towards their solution.

Degree awarded

Bachelor of Arts in Policy Management [B.A. (Policy Management)]

Policy for Organization and Implementation of the Curriculum (curriculum policy)

With jissenchi as our school philosophy, we will aim to nurture "Problem-solving professionals" equipped with the practical methodologies. A seminar-oriented curriculum has been organized to equip students with the capacity to actively uncover, analyze and solve problems under their own initiative. At seminars, joint research and practical work will be conducted among faculty members and graduate and undergraduate students.

Policy on Admission of Students (admissions policy)

The Faculty of Policy Management seeks students concerned with "identifying and finding solutions to problems," with jissenchi as its school philosophy. We anticipate that students will actively acquire the capacities to methodically identify and analyze problems and create the prescriptions to implement their solution in the real world.
Accordingly, entrance examinations put the greatest weight on identifying the presence of independent critical judgement, imagination, creativity, and execution skills. We look for students who are motivated to refine their ability to create a future shaped by their own hands, based on a problem-oriented mindset of "This is what I want to do at SFC."

Faculty of Environment and Information Studies

Graduation Certification Policy (diploma policy)

We aim to nurture the leaders of future society in "the century of the environment and information." By identifying problems and formulating the challenges to be addressed in a hands-on manner, students will learn to master the practical knowledge and project execution capacities to generate solutions.

Degree awarded

Bachelor of Arts in Environment and Information Studies [B.A. (Environment and Information Studies)]

Policy for Organization and Implementation of the Curriculum (curriculum policy)

Our curriculum, rather than being passive and lecture-focused, is organized to favor active and dynamic participation in projects. It will facilitate mastery of the knowledge and skills required to become creators and leaders of global society while engaged in projects on an equal footing with graduate school students and faculty members.

Policy on Admission of Students (admissions policy)

We welcome students who aspire to becoming creators and leaders capable of identifying and solving problems on a global scale, with broad perspectives not constrained to a single academic field. It is our hope that students will enroll at the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies with a problem-oriented mindset of "This is what I want to do at SFC," based on a sound understanding of the school philosophy and our research content. We anticipate that students will actively deploy our range of resources, including the educational environment and advanced projects at SFC, to "Refine their abilities to shape the future with their own hands."