Graduate School of Health and Welfare Sciences
Fostering high-level experts (researchers, school teachers, and other well-trained experts) in the field of healthcare research has become an important concern in modern society. We intend to train medical staff members, such as nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, orthoptists, and radiological technicians, to address this problem, and nurture in them power to see beyond their own domain and to plan interdisciplinary, cooperative works. In addition, in response to the new demands of the times, we train other specialists such as nurse practitioners, reproductive health assistance/embryo culture personnel, and midwives.
In the doctoral course, teachers who play an active part on the front lines of their field conduct thorough, one-on-one training.
Since 2006, we have been produced many competent, successful doctoral course graduates, and sent talented individuals into society, where they are are hired as teachers at other universities immediately after graduation or play leading roles in their fields, both in and outside the country.
- Training System for Nurses Pertaining to Specified Acts
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech and Hearing Sciences
- Orthoptics and Visual Sciences
- Assistive Technology Science
- Radiological Science
- Clinical Science in Embryology
- Education and Management in Health and Welfare
- Medical Laboratory Science
- Health Service Management
- Health Information Analyst / Health Information Management and Analysis
- International Cooperation in Health and Welfare
- Development of Care and Network
- Health and Social Service
- Journalism on Health and Welfare Issues
- Clinical Psychology in Health and Welfare
- Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences / Graduate School of Pharmacy