Research Seminar

Explore a research area from over 70 seminar groups and learn with your peers.

Students can choose seminars in any department based on personal interests. Seminars are led by full-time faculty in their areas of expertise. Third- and fourth-year students can join a small group of peers for two years of specialized instruction from faculty. Seminars provide an excellent opportunity for students to receive personalized and specialized education under the guidance of experts in the field.



Foreign Law Administrative Law Business Crime
Economic Law Criminal Justice Criminal Procedure
Criminal Law Constitutional Law International Law
Social Security Law Commercial Law European Legal History
Tax Law Intellectual Property Insolvency Law
Legal Philosophy Civil Procedure Civil Law
Labor Law International Private Law

Political Science and Public Affairs

Public Administration, Local Government Theory of Economic Policy Quantitative Political Analysis
Public Economics International Relations International Politics
Political Theory Political Institutions Political Philosophy
European Political History History of Western Political Thought Japanese Political History
Japanese Politics Comparative Politics European Politics
Public Relations in Public Sector Modern Public Administration Management in Public Sector
Study and Affairs of Public Policy Social Welfare Urban Policy

Journalism and Media

Video Journalism Media and Society Journalism Studies
Information and Communication Journalism Studies / Journalism Ethics Political Communication
Japanese History of Journalism Culture and Representation Media and Society
Media Studies / Journalism Studies Media and the Law

Economics and Business

History of Economic Thought Public Choice International Economics
Public Finance Accounting Corporate Finance
Marketing Corporate Governance Strategic Management
Management Information System