Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts
Under the three courses system of the Systems Information Course, the Psychology and Sports Information Course, and the Media Culture Course, students acquire knowledge and skills centered on information in a variety of fields.
We provide friendly and easy-to-understand classes with close attention to each student. In a wide range of fields that integrate the humanities and sciences, the entire faculty will support you in setting goals that suit you and in achieving all of your individual goals. Characteristics of our department is that it is one of the faculties that devotes the most people and time to education, and that it enables students to acquire a wide variety of qualifications that are useful in society.
- Department of Information Sciences and Arts
- Curriculum of the Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts is characterized by its diversity in the integration of the humanities and sciences. From this diversity, students select a field or theme that suits them and in which they can excel, and through practical classroom experience from the first year, they deepen their expertise in that field. In order to pursue a specialized field, you need an appropriate guide. For this reason, faculty members with experience and achievements in the field provide accurate and careful educational guidance to each student, both inside and outside the classroom, and take the time to support students in setting and achieving their goals.
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Programming, – Programming that helps all learning –
Minoru Uehara, Professor (Department of Information Sciences and Arts / Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts)
Research Fields: Networks, The Web, Distribution systems, Grids, Programming
Global ICT Content -The viewers are citizens around the world-
Terutoshi Tada, Professor (Department of Information Sciences and Arts / Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts)
Research Field: Media design (Graphic, Movie, Web, 3DCG, Animation, Game)
A desirable social system, aiming for a win-win solution
Yoshiomi Otsuka, Professor (Department of Information Sciences and Arts / Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts)
Research Field: Urban Environmental Engineering, Urban Environmental System, Environmental Behavior Psychology