The Graduate School of Health Sciences seeks prospective students who:
- possess a sensitivity to see through to the essence of people and things
- have broad-mindedness and can look at issues comprehensively from several angles, and who possess the temperament to lead health and medical teams in the future
- have fundamental research skills and an inquiring mind for the truth, and who have the potential to promote establishment of health promotion science
- aspire to become researchers and educators in the area of health, medicine and welfare
- aspire to be active and make contributions internationally in the area of health, medicine and welfare
The Graduate School of Health Sciences awards degrees to students whose research results outlined in a dissertation meet the standards for conferment of a degree set by the Graduate School, and who meet the following requirements.
- Capable of taking a leadership role in practice, education and research in health sciences.
- Capable of contributing to the practical application of health promotion through his/her practice, education and research in health sciences.
- Capable of contributing to improvements in health, medicine and welfare education and to the development of human resources in the health and medical care sector.
- Able to do independent research, and able to contribute to health, medicine and welfare such as through the development of equipment and technologies.
- Able to think flexibly and look at issues from several angles, and able to respond quickly to social changes such as globalization.