It is said that the 21st century is the Age of the Citizen. This means that the general public, not government or corporations, will play the leading role in creating the type of society in which people want to live. The Graduate Schools at SUAC educate students with the skills needed by civic leaders. The ability to build consensus while respecting diverse values and the capacity to pursue solutions.
Graduate School of Cultural Policy and Management
Students choose one out of the four areas of research specialization available to conduct cross-disciplinary, interdisciplinary research based on that area. Our diverse community of students include those from various fields of study, as well as working people and international students. SUAC students have the opportunity to engage in research while interacting with one another.
Graduate School of Design
SUAC provides curricula that build sophisticated expert abilities in a diversity of fields of design. This means accommodating everything from changes in the times – such as a society that is more information savvy, older, recycling resources more and more – to planning and promoting a project and giving shape to it.