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Module Composition

 
Curriculum Policy

At KCGI, we utilize a curriculum, based on our mission and objectives, that creates high-level expert technicians capable in the field of web business and with skills in both IT (ICT) and management.

[ Course Composition ]

Various courses, comprising related modules, will be implemented in response to the objectives and aims of the studies, to allow students to learn in an efficient, systematic and graded manner

[ Response to Changes ]

In response to the accelerated developments of the IT (ICT) field, review and renewal of the curriculum will be undertaken on an on-going basis in conjunction with the changes to the realities of the IT (ICT) and management skills that students must acquire.

[ Core/Applied Module Groups ]

The entire body of modules to be taught shall be separated into an IT-related core module group, a business-related core module group, and an applied module group for both of these cores, and guidance shall be provided to facilitate the balanced acquisition of credits in tune with study objectives.
Additionally, required modules will be established within the core module groups so that a minimum amount of required knowledge regarding web business will be acquired.

[ Course Final Project ]

In conjunction with credit earned in the core/applied module groups, a career-strengthening module group will be established that includes a course final project, where various themes are explored under the supervision of an instructor. This final project is required and is thus meant to build practical, applied capacity.

 

IT Core Module Group

The composition of the IT Core Module Group was inspired by the Web-Centric model of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), and comprises basic modules to allow for a deep, systematic understanding of the core technologies that support web business, such as system design, databases, web and network, programming etc., and is structured by theory-related applied modules, such as 'Network Optimization Theory', 'Information Security/PKI', 'Seminar on Software Engineering', 'Seminar on System Theory', 'Visual Processing', and 'Basic Theory of Data Mining'.

Web Business Core Module Group

The Web Business Core Module Group comprises three groups on specialized knowledge covering all facets of business and web business: 1) business management, 2) education, and 3) business strategy. To create future leaders, in addition to business-related modules, this group also offers modules that incorporate knowledge of pedagogy from a corporate-training perspective.

Applied Informatics Module Group

The Applied Informatics Module Group will clarify the applicable fields of IT/business in the world, and comprises modules in which students will concentrate on these fields. We learn about case studies of advanced applications and the component technologies of digital content production, such as with manga and anime, and its distribution strategies, production/distribution management in the agriculture and marine science industries, and the tourism industry.

Career-Strengthening Module Group

The Career-Strengthening Module Group aims to build the student's capacity to plan and carry out projects, and is a module group specific to KCGI, as we are a specialized school of graduate studies that trains people for advanced specialist jobs. During the course of carrying out a project, students will become highly technically proficient and gain rich creativity as well as attain a multi-perspective intellect, flexible and accurate judgment, and leadership skills.
 

Main Credit Modules for Major in Web Business Technology

Enrollment
 
 
Web Business Core Module Group
Business Management
  • Corporate Systems
  • Consolidation of Operations and e-Business
  • Production System Engineering
  • International Accounting
  • Financial Account System Development I/II
  • Retail Distribution System Development I/II
  • Development of Production Management Systems
  • Practical Corporate Management
Education
  • Basic Theory of Leadership
  • Leadership Theory
  • Organizational Behavioral Studies
  • Instructional Design in e-Learning Businesses
  • International Comparative Research on School/Corporate Education
  • Technological Communication
  • English for IT
  • Introduction to e-Learning Systems
  • Business Presentation
  • Logical Thinking
  • Career Design Theory
  • Global Human Resource Development Theory
  • Media Communication
Management Environment and Business Strategy
  • Introduction to Web Business
  • Seminar on Business Administration
  • Financial Theory
  • Techniques of e-Commerce
  • Internet Business Strategy and Marketing
  • Intellectual Property Rights Law
  • IT Business Negotiation
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Models
  • Business Economics I/II
  • Seminar on Information Ethics
  • Practical Corporate IT
IT Core Module Group
Introduction
  • Computer Configuration Theory
  • Introduction to Databases
  • Web Programming I
Technology Foundational Module
  • Introduction to Web Technology
  • Web Programming I/Ⅲ
  • Seminar on Information Networks I/II
  • Object-Oriented System Design
  • Project Management
  • Seminar on Database
  • Web Service Construction Techniques
  • Design of Data Models and Applications
Applied Theory Module
  • Visual Processing
  • Network Optimization Theory
  • Information Security
  • Basic Theory of Data Mining
  • Software Engineering
  • Seminar on System Theory
  • Seminar on System Design
  • Practical Cloud Computing
  • Environmental Information System
  • Knowledge Processing and Mining
  • Data Science
  • Statistics
  • Theory of Media Technology
  • Leading-edge Studies in Applied Informatics A/B
Applied Informatics Module Group
Common
  • Research on Trends in Applied Informatics
Next-Generation Industries
  • Next-Generation Agricultural Informatics
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Agricultural Information System Design
  • Next-Generation Marine Informatics
  • Marine Industry Theory
  • Marine Information System Design
  • Advanced Information in Medicine
  • Medical Information and Law
  • Medical Information System Design
  • Theory of Financial Technology
  • Financial Technology System Design
  • Seminar on Tourism
  • Seminar on Tourism Business
  • Tourism Information System Design
Contents Development
  • Seminar on Anime Planning, Production and Promotion
  • Seminar on the Contents Industry
  • Seminar on Story-Telling Technology
  • Scenario Story Boarding
  • Editing Design Theory
  • Rich Media Contents Development
  • Instructional Animation Development
  • Music and Technology
  • Digital Audio Production
  • Stage Arts and IT
  • Video Expression Techniques
 
 
Career-Strengthening Module Group
Introduction to Thesis Project
Thesis Project IA or Thesis Project IB
Thesis Project II
 
 
Outcomes: Management Consultant, Entrepreneur, CIO, e-Commerce Specialist, IT Architect
*To promptly respond to the needs of society and changes in technology, the modules offered will undergo a degree of changes each academic year and term.