About-history Chronological Outline

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Chronological Outline

Chronological Outline

1949
The former Tokyo Metropolitan University opens. The first, second, and third courses of law, the courses of politics, and the special courses of law and politics are established in the Faculty of Humanities.
1953
The Department of Law is established in the Faculty of Humanities.
1955
Master’s and Doctoral programs in politics are established in the Graduate School of Social Sciences.
1957
Faculty of Law and Economics is established.
1958
The Department of Jurisprudence Masters Program and Doctoral Program are established in the Graduate School of Social Sciences.
1966
The Faculty of Law and Economics is abolished and the Department of Law and the Faculty of Economics are established.
1991
Moved the entire campus to current address, Minami-Osawa, Hachioji-shi.
2004
The Law School is established in the Graduate School of Social Sciences (“the Law School of the former Tokyo Metropolitan University”).
2005
The four Tokyo Metropolitan universities (the former Tokyo Metropolitan University, the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology , the Tokyo Metropolitan University of Health Sciences , and the Tokyo Metropolitan College ) are combined and the new Tokyo Metropolitan University is established.
The School of Law and Politics, Faculty of Urban Liberal Arts, the Tokyo Metropolitan University is newly established and the Division of Law and the Division of Politics are established.
The Graduate School of Social Sciences of the Tokyo Metropolitan University is newly established, and the Department of Politics and the Department of Jurisprudence are established. The primary doctoral courses and secondary doctoral courses are also established.
At the same time, the professional degree course of the Law School (“the Law School of the Tokyo Metropolitan University”) is established in the same graduate school.
2007
The Graduate School of Social Sciences Department of Politics is converted into the field of politics in the Department of Law and Politics, while the Department of Jurisprudence is converted into the field of law in the Department of Law and Politics.

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