（Total Capacity of Admission 1,080）
The Faculty of Law, containing the Law Department, is split into five courses studying the rules society imposes of its members. Students studying in this faculty acquire a legal frame of reference enabling them to work in a wide range of law-related (and business-elated) jobs.
Focuses on the topic of international law. Students who one day look to have a career in international business and trade.
This course concentrates on the finer and more difficult aspects of law, and is an ideal course for students looking to one day further pursue studying law at the graduate school level. Topics covered include the various specialized domestic legal fields，especially: Intellectual Property Rights Law，Environmental Law, Corporate Accounting Law, Financial Transaction Law, Administrative Procedural Law，Administrative Law, and Local Government Administration Law.
This course is students who have an interest in working with prefectural-level governments and municipalities. Students learn about issues that affect policy making across Japan.
This course covers the law that private industries deal with when conducting their business. This course is strongly recommended to any student who wishes to work in the future in the private sector.
Deals with the laws and protocols that arise when dealing with local municipalities. This course is recommended for students who are interested in working in either the private sector, or in local governments.