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Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program

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Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program

The Faculty of Policy Management, the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, and the Graduate School of Media and Governance has launched the Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program, which allows students to earn both a bachelor's and a master's degrees in 4 years.
The standard length of study is 4 years for a bachelor's degree and 2 years for a master's degree totaling 6 years, but participation in the program gives students the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree in 3 years and a master's degree in 1 year, for a total of 4 years of study.
Students in their First Year who complete the required procedures and receive approval to participate in the program may begin the program from their Second Year.



Application to the Program

Please read "SFC GUIDE Vol.2 Course Registration Guide" in advance before applying this program.


  • Application period: Refer to the SFC Academic Calendar on "SFC GUIDE Vol.2".
  • Eligibility: Students who entered in the predecessor semester of the application semester, and are enrolled in the second semester of the First Year in either the Faculty of Policy Management or the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies in the application semester.
  • Application documents:
    1. Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program Application Form (Form, Form)
    2. Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program Research Plan (Form)

Note


  1. The Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program Research Plan should be prepared after consulting with a Faculty Member (Research Advisor) whom the student wishes to obtain advice from throughout the master's program.
  2. The Research Advisor should be a committee member of the Graduate School of Media and Governance, who is able to advise the participant from undergraduate throughout the completion of the master's program scheduled. The Research Advisor serves as the student's graduation project mentor and main research advisor in graduate school.
    A list of Research Advisors is available at the Academic Affairs Office.
  3. Refer to the SFC GUIDE Vol.2 for the requirements for advancement and graduation in the Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program.
  4. Those in the Bachelor's-Master's Four-Year Integrated Education Program may not apply for the 3.5-Year Early Graduation System and 3.5-year Early Graduation System.
  5. Notification of results will be sent together with the grade report to the student's guarantor in the same semester application is made.
  6. If, for unavoidable reasons, you wish to withdraw from the Program, contact the SFC Academic Affairs Office counter before the course registration period begins for the semester you wish to withdraw.