A discipline focused on identifying global changes and tracking information
The Faculty of Management and Information Science is comprised of two departments: the Department of Management and Information Science and the Department of Media and Information Systems. Its goal is to cultivate people who can quickly identify and adapt to ever-changing global economic conditions and living environments.
Key Points of Learning in the Faculty of Management and Information Science
The skills needed more than any others in society today are the ability to quickly ascertain and analyze a situation, and the ability to take action toward solutions that can be derived therefrom. Thus, this faculty aims to expand the options available to students after graduation by cultivating comprehensive management skills using diverse simulations in a well-developed learning environment.
Identify challenges and strive for solutions
Flexibly adapt to change
Facilitate familiarity with ICT
Department of Management and Information Science
Achieve advanced business literacy by mastering management
In the Department of Management and Information Science, students develop practical management skills both by adhering to a curriculum focused on management studies and by developing the ICT skills that are so essential in contemporary society. It trains the people who work on the front lines of the business world, including corporate managers, businesspeople, public officials, and NPO workers.
Management and Information Course
With an academic structure that integrates the specialized management knowledge required of managers, and information processing skills using ICT, this course focuses on cultivating the types of businesspeople that businesses need: people who can identify problems and devise and implement solutions.
Public Management Course
As the public sector becomes increasingly privatized, and non-profit organizations increasingly take center stage, our living environments continue to change and society continues to evolve. This course strives to foster individuals who can engage in organizational management and community organization in response to a changing social environment.
|Degrees Offered||Bachelor's Degree (Management and Information Science)|
Department of Media and Information Systems
Leveraging full digital technologies, the "doors of possibility" open to the future
The two specialized courses in this department, which are taken after students have attained a basic level of knowledge about management information and media information, use many real, practical programs that have genuine relevance to real life scenarios. The knowledge that students gain as a result of the well equipped state-of-the-art facilities and educational environment offered by this department, as well as its highly experienced instructors, improves their level of specialization and their ability to integrate information, and helps them develop flexible thinking and adaptation skills. The goal of the Department of Media and Information Systems is to cultivate the kind of exceptional and diversified talent needed in this industry.
Image Media Course
In this course, students will gain the knowledge needed to create appealing digital content, and will participate in training workshops using high-performance video cameras.
In their training workshops, they will learn filming techniques for beautifully and effectively capturing images, as well as editing techniques that will enable them to effectively express the images they capture using 3D graphics and background music they create themselves.
Students will have a chance to learn the filming and editing techniques used in TV broadcasting at a real recording studio equipped by this department with some of the highest class, state-of-the-art digital recording equipment in the Chugoku-Shikoku region.
Information Systems Course
This course aims to cultivate individuals who can play active roles in today's advanced IT society by equipping students with the latest programming, computer, and networking technologies, as well as the skills they will need to develop management information systems.
Students can also take courses in business administration, business management theory, and marketing theory so they can acquire the skills that are needed for the development of corporate information processing systems.
|Degrees Offered||Bachelor's Degree (Media and Information Systems)|