Graduate School of Global Media Curriculum

Master’s Course

Lecture Courses

Core Courses Number of credits
Overview of Global Media Studies 2
Research Methodology for Global Media 2
Research English (Writing) 2
Research English (Presentation) 2
Developmental Courses(Media Industry Strand)
The Global Media Industry 2
Global Management 2
Global Media Institutions 2
Media Finance 2
Intellectual Property and Business 2
Developmental CoursesMedia Culture Strand
Global Culture 2
The Transformation of Ethnic Cultures 2
Globalization and Screen Culture 2
The Social History of Global Media 2
Global Relations 2
Developmental CoursesMedia IT Strand
Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Technology 2
Next Generation Media Contents Technologies 2
Global Informatics and Innovation 2
The Global Digital Network 2

Seminar Courses・Supervised Research Courses

Seminar CoursesMedia Industry Strand Number of credits
Global Media Industry Seminar Ⅰ-1 2
Global Media Industry Seminar Ⅰ-2 2
Global Media Industry Seminar Ⅱ-1 2
Global Media Industry Seminar Ⅱ-2 2
Seminar CoursesMedia Culture Strand
Global Media Culture Seminar Ⅰ-1 2
Global Media Culture Seminar Ⅰ-2 2
Global Media Culture Seminar Ⅱ-1 2
Global Media Culture Seminar Ⅱ-2 2
Seminar CoursesMedia IT Strand
Information Technologies for Global Media Seminar Ⅰ-1 2
Information Technologies for Global Media Seminar Ⅰ-2 2
Information Technologies for Global Media Seminar Ⅱ-1 2
Information Technologies for Global Media Seminar Ⅱ-2 2

 

Course Completion Requirements and Degree

To achieve Master’s certification, it is necessary to study for two years full-time and to receive a minimum of 30 credits from the prescribed courses. In addition, students must receive the necessary research supervision, submit a Master’s thesis and pass the thesis and final exam. (Students must accumulate a total of at least 30 credits including 4 credits from the prescribed compulsory courses, at least 2 credits from Research English (Writing) and Research English (Presentation), at least 16 credits from the ‘developmental’ courses, and 8 credits from one strand of the Supervised Research Courses. More precisely, you need to obtain at least two credits from ‘developmental’ courses in each of the three strands).

Degree awarded: Master of Media Studies

Ph.D. Course

Lecture Courses

Media Industry Strand Courses Number of Credits
Global Management 2
Global Media Institutions 2
Media Finance 2
Media Culture Strand Courses
The Transformation of Ethnic Cultures 2
Global Culture 2
Global Relations 2
Media IT Strand Courses
Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Technologies 2
Next Generation Media Contents Technologies 2

 

Course Completion Requirements and Degree

To achieve Ph.D. certification, it is necessary to study for three years full-time and to receive a minimum of 18 credits from the prescribed courses. In addition, students must receive the necessary research supervision, submit a doctoral thesis and pass the thesis and final exam.

Degree awarded: Ph.D. in Media Studies

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