Faculty of Global Media Studies
Uncover the true essence of the information which flows through global networks, understand the role of the various media which convey this information, and equip yourself with a fully communicative ability in English.
Department of Global Media
To help nurture talented people who can operate in the rapidly developing global society, this Department offers courses which allow you to develop your communication abilities both in English and in terms of media and IT literacy. This Department also offers interdisciplinary courses in economics, business administration, sociology, international cultural studies, law, communication, and information science, which are designed to help you understand the true nature of media and of the content they carry.
In your first year you will learn about information literacy and media literacy taught by IT and media specialists and you will be taught practical English by native English instructors.
From your second year you will have the opportunity to gain overseas experience through long-term and short-term study abroad programs and through overseas internships which will help you acquire the ability to operate on the global stage.
In your third year you will be able to choose an area from a range of interdisciplinary courses which fits your own interests and you will be able to deepen your knowledge of this area by participating in a seminar class taught by someone who specializes in this field.
In your fourth year you will enhance your chances of finding a job by learning about what is happening in industry through taking classes taught jointly by full-time lecturers and people actually working in business.
|ASHWELL Tim||Ph.D.||Applied Linguistics|
|ISHIKAWA Norihiro||Ph.D.||Internet Technology, Mobile Computing, Ubiquitous Computing, Home Network, Smart Home|
|KAGAMI Yoko||M.A.in Public Administration, M.A in international Management, Ph.D.in Business Administration||Global Management and Strategy|
|KAWASAKI Kenichi||M.A. in Soc.||Cultural Sociology|
|KINUKAWA Shinya||Ph.D. in Economics||Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics, Econometrics|
|KO En||Ph.D. in Socio-information and Communication Studies||Historical Sociology|
|LYNSKEY Michael J.||M.B.A., M.Sc., D.Phil.||Business Economics, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Management Strategy|
|NISHIOKA Yoko||Ph.D. in Media and Governance||Media Industry and Governance|
|PARK Jeongsoo||Ph.D. in Commerce||Marketing Communication, Digital Marketing|
|SHIBASAKI Atsushi||Ph.D. in International Relations||International Relations, International Cultural Relations, Global Relations|
|TEZUKA Yoshiharu||Ph.D. in Media & Communications||Media & Cultural Studies|
|YAMAGUCHI Hiroshi||Ph.D. in Business Administration||Business Finance, Risk Management|
|YOSHIDA Naofumi||Ph.D. in Engineering||Database Systems, Multimedia Systems|
|UMEDA Michio||Ph.D. in Political Science||Electoral Studies, Quantitative Analysis in Social Sciences|
|ABE Yasuhito||Ph.D. in Communication||Media and Communication Studies,Citizen Science|
|AOYAGI Saizo||Ph.D. in Energy Science||
Human Interface,Human Computer Interaction
|HIRAI Tatsunori||Ph.D. in Engineering||Multimedia Information Processing|
|HOSHINO Masashi||Doctor of Economics||Development Economics|
|MATSUMAE Satowa||Master of Information Studies||Intormation Low & Policy|
|SUGIMORI Kentaro||M.S. in Education (TESOL)||TESOL|
|WOLF James||Doctor of Education.
Ed.D, in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology
|Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages（TESOL）|
|HONDA Ken||Ph.D.(Media Studies)||Media Informatics|