Graduate School of Education
The main objective of the Tohoku University Graduate School of Education is to contribute to the development of the various sciences related to education, while training researchers and highly skilled professionals in the fields of education. Here at the Graduate School of Education, while endeavoring in their own personal field of study, students and researchers are also encouraged to conduct logical and practical research in teams in order to overcome individual boundaries. The highly prestigious Doctoral Program attracts students from both inside and outside of Japan and of various facets of life, such as college instructors and professionals.
Divisions and Research Departments
The Graduate School of Education consists of the Educational Sciences and Design, Measurement and Assessment in Education Divisions. The Educational Sciences Division is made up of the six research courses, Human Formation, Educational Policy, Adult Further Education, Teaching and Learning Sciences, Human Development, and Clinical Psychology, and the Design, Measurement and Assessment in Education Division is made up of the single research course, Design, Measurement and Assessment in Education.
|Educational Science||Sciences of Lifelong Education|
|Education Policy and Social Analysis|
|Educational Informatics and Innovative Assessment|