Educational Goals and Our Three Policies
Educational Purposes and Three Policies

Educational Purposes

The Department of Information Science Correspondence Course has acquired a wide range of education and basic knowledge and skills in information science by providing learning opportunities that are not restricted by time or place, in line with the purpose of the Faculty of Faculty of Science and Engineering and Engineering. The purpose is to develop specialized human resources who can respond to the highly information-oriented society.

Three policies of Correspondence Course, Department of Information Science, Faculty of Science and Faculty of Science and Engineering

The Correspondence Course of the Department of Information Science of Information Science aims to develop specialized human resources who have acquired a wide range of education and basic knowledge and skills in information science and can respond to the highly information-oriented society. A degree will be awarded to those who have acquired the following abilities and have completed the prescribed credits.

  1. You can acquire a foreign language through independent and continuous learning, and make comprehensive judgments based on basic education such as humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
  2. You can acquire basic knowledge of information science and information engineering to applied technology and effectively utilize it in the advanced information society.
  3. It is possible to develop and build information systems that support and execute information processing.
  4. It is possible to analyze and integrate various problems in the highly information-oriented society from various aspects, set issues, and solve them through continuous efforts.

In order to acquire the abilities required for the awarding of a degree, the Correspondence Course of the Department of Information Science organizes the curriculum according to the following policy. Each subject will be offered as a text lesson, a schooling lesson, or a media lesson via the Internet so that students can study without being restricted by time or place.

  1. Courses in fields such as foreign languages, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences will be provided so that students can acquire a wide range of education.
  2. Information literacy-related subjects, mathematics subjects necessary for information science, programming subjects, and information science and information engineering-related subjects will be provided so that students can acquire and utilize information science and information engineering from basic knowledge to applied technology.
  3. Information system-related courses, programming courses, and practice courses will be provided so that students can acquire the knowledge and skills to develop and build information systems.
  4. Exercises will be set up so that students can acquire problem analysis, integration, problem setting, and solution skills in the information field.

Based on the current situation where it is indispensable to have a broad perspective in a modern society where various problems are intricately intertwined on a global scale, the Faculty of Faculty of Science and Engineering and Engineering is based on the acquisition of a wide range of basic academic fields, with Practical learning and cutting-edge technology that leads to the field. We aim to foster engineers with creativity in line with the founding philosophy by providing a place to learn.
When selecting enrollees, there are at least two basic academic abilities in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, and information basic science courses at high schools, etc., depending on the type of specialized subject you wish to study, as well as Japanese and English. It is required to have the basic academic ability of the subject necessary for communication ability such as.
We are looking for new students with the following abilities and qualities through studying at high schools.

  1. Have an abandum sensibility for science and engineering, and can challenge anything with curiosity.
  2. Have a motivation to communicate well with other people and organizations in the fields related to science and engineering, and have a willingness to actively participate in and deal with various issues.