We provide an opportunity to understand natural and social phenomena through computational science, based on the student's own major. Through the "computational science" interdisciplinary major, we aim to let students learn basic knowledge in mathematics, natural science and computer science, as well as to raise students capable of applying the methods of computational science to problems in science and engineering. We aim to foster students who have the knowledge in various areas and the computer skills to apply such knowledge, and are capable of solving crucial problems in science and technology of the future.
In the information society, as the usage of internet spreads throughout the world and becomes part of daily life, and as information security forms one of the fundamentals of information technology, professionals in information security are needed. Through the "information security" interdisciplinary major, we aim to let students to learn information technology (IT) and the knowledge in information security, as well as to raise students with professional knowledge and skills in this area. We aim to foster students who are proficient at advanced computer technology and various newest security technologies required in the 21st century information society, and who can solve problems in information security.
1st semester: during April, 2nd semester: during October
minimum of 30 credits including 6 credits of interdisciplinary major necessary courses
minimum of 21 credits including 3 credits of interdisciplinary major necessary courses
end of May, end of November