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Common Graduate Courses

※Students who are enrolled at the following graduate schools are required to take at least one (1) credit from each of course categories, "Sustainable Development Courses" and "Career Development and Data Literacy Courses".

-Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
-Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering
-Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life
-Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences

<Characteristics of Common Graduate Courses>
These courses aim to cultivate a broader perspective and garner interest, as well as raise awareness concerning social issues, in order to encourage graduates to find more ways to contribute to society through science and enable sustainable development.
Additionally, the courses are designed to promote the acquisition of the basic knowledge necessary in modern society, by learning about modern societal development.


<Aims of Course Categories>

◆Sustainable Development Courses
To understand the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set by international agreement, and to acquire the ability to advance science to enable sustainable development and to solve various challenges in society.

◆Career Development and Data Literacy Courses
To learn about the development of the current social systems and to gain knowledge and to specifically tackle the challenges facing modern society and to acquire the ability to use knowledge and skills needed for the future.


<Course List AY2022>

1. Master's Course

Course Category

Subject Name

Credits
Sustainable Development Courses World Peace and HIROSHIMA 1
Japanese Experience of Social Development- Economy, Infrastructure, and Peace 1
Japanese Experience of Human Development- Culture, Education, and Health 1
Academic approach to SDGs - A 1
Academic approach to SDGs - B 1
Understanding Diversity and Inclusion 1
Practical Approach to SDGs 2
Career Development and Data Literacy Courses Data Literacy 1
Data Literacy in Medicine 1
Career Management - Theory & Career Development 2
Career Management for Engineers 2
Stress Management 2
Introduction to MOT 1
Information Security 2
Entrepreneurship 1

2. Doctoral Course

Course Category

Subject Name

Credits
Sustainable Development Courses SDGs Ideas Mining Seminar for Specialists 1
Regional Development Seminar from the Viewpoint of the SDGs 1
Seeking Universal Peace 1
Career Development and Data Literacy Courses Data Science 2
Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning 2
Pathway to Becoming a Data Scientist 1
Utilization of Data Literacy in Medicine 1
Skills and Arts of Leadership 1
Career Management for Highly Skilled Innovators 1
Innovation Practice 2
Long-term Internship 2
Introduction to Business Creation 1

※On-demand classes will apply to students without easy commuting access to regular classrooms in order to provide an opportunity for them to take these classes.For more information, please refer to the "On-demand classes for Common Graduate Courses".。


<Course registration procedures for Common Graduate Courses AY2022>

Master's Course

Doctoral Course


<On-demand classes for Common Graduate Courses>

On-demand classes will apply to students without easy commuting access to regular classrooms in order to provide an opportunity for them to take these classes.The course requirements and application procedures are different for the Master's Course and the Doctoral Course. For details, please refer to the following links.

Master's Course

Doctoral Course


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