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Course Structure & Reqired courses
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■ Course Structure & Required courses 

 

The curriculum provided by the Graduate Institute of Peace studies consists of the following.

 

- Major programs 

- Elective programs

 

In principle, the total educational period is operated as a two-year, which is a four-semester system, but for excellent students, an early graduation is permitted after their third semester. Students must obtain a total of 24 credits, including common essential fields, major fields, and optional fields.


□ Common mandatory subject

There are three common mandatory subjects in GIP. The descriptions for each are as follows:

 


 

□ Human and Universe


The identification of the nature of humans and society begins with the exploration of matter and life phenomena. In this respect, an understanding of modern natural science is essential. The first half of the course learns modern physics theories about cosmic origins and structures, geological theories about earth formation and motion, and biological theories about the birth and evolution of life systems. In the second half, the epistemological, ontological, and value-based bases of modern natural science are reviewed, and the effects and results of this on social phenomena are analyzed.

 

□ Human society and modern civilization

From the birth of ancient civilizations to modern industry society, the trajectory of life drawn by mankind is viewed through interdisciplinary cooperation such as anthropology, history, sociology, and politics. Based on this, the course examine the problems in modern society and diagnose the causes. In particular, attention is paid to what implications the history of human civilization provides for today's "human alienation" and "human absence" phenomena. The first half of the course explores the origins and realities of various existing world civilizations and their driving principles. The second half examines on the interrelationships between civilizations to study what justifiable civilization society mankind should achieve.


 

□ Peace and Global society

Peace needs to be pursued largely in terms of personality and institutional aspects. It is desirable for the former to focus on human consciousness and willingness based on the theory of generating attention, and the latter on the establishment of interactions, norms, and organizations between individuals, groups, and countries related to the theory of transmission..Therefore, in this course, the causes of violence, including war, and measures to realize peace are considered in these two aspects. In the former aspect, various approaches are attempted at each level, including individuals, ethnicities, countries, and ideologies, and in particular, the Pax UN theory is mainly dealt with in terms of organization and function. In the latter aspect of personality, comprehensive learning is conducted centering on the cultivation of humanity and morality and the necessity of neo-renaissance. It also praises peace principles commonly applied to social peace and world peace, such as communication, negotiation, arbitration, heavy coordination, peace education, reconciliation, mutual cooperation, coexistence, conflict resolution workshops, and non-violent peace culture.

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