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Next-Generation Industries Program Group

 

These are specific examples of modules to be taken for credit according to the job you intend to do.


■ Students who take these modules aim to be specialists in the planning and proposal of a wide range of financial-technology services, with a solid grounding in financial business and ICT.

Students aim to understand the frameworks by which currency flows and credit information are handled in financial business, with the goal of becoming a consultant who plans and proposes services that place this knowledge at the disposal of customers through IT. Upon completion of Theory of Financial Technology and Financial Technology System Design, students will understand the current status of financial systems in the context of trends in financial technology and its background, and will be able to study these topics through Seminar on Information Networks and Web Programming. With the addition of Information Security, students will deepen their understanding of the protection of vital customer information in the provision of financial services.

Finance and IT

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Introduction to Web Technology
Web Programming I/II
 
 
Seminar on Information Networks
Information Security
Data Science
 
 
Web Programming Ⅲ
Web Service Construction Techniques
Web Business Core Module/Applied Informatics Modules
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to Web Business
Business Economics
Seminar on Business Administration
Theory of Financial Technology
Financial Theory
 
 
Techniques of e-Commerce
International Accounting
 
 
Financial Technology System Design
Practical Corporate IT
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in Financial-Information Services and Virtual Currencies)
 
 
After Graduation: SE/IT consultant to venture businesses in partnership with financial and securities institutions

■ For those who aim to become practical IT consultants in the agriculture and marine industries.

This is for students who aim to become reform-leading experts and will learn IT applications and the business model for production and distribution workplaces that do not deal with engineered products, such as in the agriculture and marine industries. Students will learn cutting-edge IT application case studies in the workplace through the modules Next-Generation Agricultural Informatics and Next-Generation Marine Informatics. Additionally, students will undertake case study research with the theme of their choice in the module Research on Trends in Applied Informatics. To handle producer-direct operations in the age of the Internet, students will also earn credit in the integral subjects of CRM/SCM through modules like Internet Business Strategy and Marketing and Seminar on Database Management.

Smart Agriculture / Smart Marine

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Introduction to Web Technology
Web Programming I/II
Statistics
 
 
Seminar on Database
Basic Theory of Data Mining
 
 
Environmental Information System
Web Business Core Module/Applied Informatics Modules
Basic Theory of Leadership
Internet Business Strategy and Marketing
Next-Generation Agricultural Informatics/
Marine Information System Design
 
 
IT Business Negotiation
Agricultural Economics/
Marine Industry Theory
Research on Trends in Applied Informatics
 
 
Agricultural Information System Design/
Marine Information System Design
Practical Corporate IT
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in Application of Agriculture and Marine IT)
 
 
After Graduation: Consultant in IT for Agriculture and IT for Marine

■ For those who aim for careers as advisors capable of planning tourism businesses and proposing systems for the same.

Students aim to serve as tourism advisers who understand regional characteristics that can be used as tourism resources, understand tourist needs, and can apply IT to develop a service and marketing strategy. Upon completion of Seminar on Tourism and Seminar on Tourism Business, students will have acquired business knowledge and elemental technologies specialized to the tourism industry. They will also have learned Statistics for analyzing tourist movements, purchasing patterns, etc. and Web Programming for promoting tourism products and services online.

Tourism and IT

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Introduction to Web Technology
Web Programming I/II
Statistics
 
 
Web Programming Ⅲ
Seminar on Database
 
 
Leading-edge Studies in Applied Informatics
Web Business Core Module/Applied Informatics Modules
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to Web Business
Techniques of e-Commerce
Seminar on Tourism
Global Human Resource Development Theory
 
 
Seminar on Tourism Business
Introduction to e-Learning Systems
 
 
Tourism Information System Design
Business Presentation
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in Planning Tourism Businesses and Proposing Systems)
 
 
After Graduation: Tourism Advisor

 

*The above are model cases, and students can select their modules according to their knowledge and experience, as well as their future objectives.
*The order of credit completion may differ depending on module timing.
*At least 44 credits are required to complete the course (This includes the credits of required modules [5 or 6 credits]).