Faculty of Global and Media Studies

Faculty of Global and Media Studies

Admission Policy
  The Faculty of Global and Media Studies aims to develop human resources who will contribute to a rapidly globalizing society with high communication skills in foreign language and ability to think globally.
To this end, we are looking for the following types of students.
● Individuals who have a broad interest in international politics and economics as well as the workings of the international community, including world affairs.
● Individuals who are eager to resolve various issues of globalizing society.
● Individuals who are interested in the media in today‚Äôs society and can develop their own opinions logically concerning various social issues.
● Individuals who have a keen interest in East Asia and who are eager to contribute to promoting good relations with East Asian countries.
● Individuals who are strongly motivated to acquire a high level of communication skills in English, Chinese and other foreign languages.

Department of Global and Media Studies

Distinctive Features
  Students learn about the workings of international politics, the world economy and international society, as well as problem resolution from a multifaceted perspective through textbooks, lectures and various media (newspapers, TV, Internet, etc.). They are also expected to acquire a high level of foreign language proficiency, which is required to deepen their understanding of the global community, through special language programs.

Subjects
Introduction to International Social Studies; Introduction to Legal Studies; Introduction to International Affairs; Introduction to Media Sociology; Introduction to Social Research; International Economics; International Law; International Politics; Mass Communication Theory; International Communication Theory; Telecommunication Network Economics; Comparative Culture; Information, Media and Culture; Theory of Foreign Policy; International Affairs; Theory of International Finance; Global Community and Human Rights; Theory of International Cultural Relations; International Organizations Theory; Global Community and Environmental Conservation; Regional Studies (China, Korean Peninsula, US, Southeast Asia, and Europe); Theory of East Asia; Research on Current Events; Theory of TV Journalism; Media Representation Theory; Digital Media Theory; Advertising Media Theory; Debates; Practice of Journalism; Communication Practice.