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Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design

Educational Goals

The rapid growth of the internet and decreased costs of networking offer vast potential that has only begun to be realized. Japan needs innovation based on information technology and its practical applications. While society charges ahead, the Japanese education system lags behind.
The Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design aims to close this gap by training professionals who employ networking to make advancements not only in specialized fields but also throughout society.

Admissions Policy

The Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design seeks to recruit:

  1. Students who have a strong interest in and high aspiration toward changing society by developing networks between a wide range of fields connected by information technology.
  2. Students who respect and understand the diversity of society, and show their own originality, collaborating with diverse populations.
  3. Students who aspire to pioneer a new field of information networking for innovation and design.
  4. Students who have practical experience in fields related to information networking for innovation and design.

Curriculum Policy

The Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design will offer the following forms of education:

  1. Education for further enhancing and deepening the basic knowledge of information networking for innovation and design.
  2. Education based on the small-class system that encourages communication and collaboration among diverse students to further the field of information networking.
  3. Education for mid-career professionals to develop talent in a new field while focusing on the specialized field where they already have experience.
  4. Master’s thesis education in the study of information networking for innovation and design and its applications.

Diploma Policy

The Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design will award a master’s degree to students who meet the designated requirements in terms and credits and have acquired the following types of expertise and abilities:

  1. Expertise in applying information networking for innovation and design to society.
  2. Extensive expertise and research ability in Computer Science & Engineering, Digital Design, Business Innovation or Social Infrastructure.
  3. Ability to collaborate in a specialized field with other professionals.

Graduate School’s Web Page and Outline Information

The Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design offers specialized education for students who seek to build on their undergraduate degrees as well as mid-career professionals who are eager to branch out in new directions.
By integrating the specialized fields of the Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design?Computer Science & Engineering, Digital Design, Business Innovation and Social Infrastructure?the Graduate School pursues a higher-level of education and research for the application of information technology. In doing so, the Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design aims to develop each student’s area of expertise.