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About the Graduate School of Project Design

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Master’s Course

Business Management

This division nurtures advanced professionals (Business Professionals) who can promote specific business projects in such service industries as commerce and distribution. It aims at fostering individuals who can demonstrate their abilities in business ideas and concepts all the way to planning and implementation, and offers the guidance to develop concrete business plans.

Space Design

The design of any space is not merely of its concrete, visible form; it requires a concept, a plan and the method and measures to create that form. Through human social and economic activities, and research that unearths the historical and cultural framework that lies behind it, this program also aims at developing individuals who can pioneer and produce new businesses for the coming future.

Business Planning

One of the purposes of the Graduate School of Project Design is regional development through the creation of business. This program offers education and research, and guidance in formulating concrete plans, in particular in connection with lifestyles and local industry, regional planning and development, social services like welfare, and the hospitality and tourism industries.

Information Design

The construction of an information system is one important issue for national and local governments, academic institutions, and companies as well. Vital in its construction is, naturally, the design of the infrastructure, but also the contents and usability of the system itself and the comfort of the environment in which that system is used. This program develops individuals who will be equipped with such expertise and skills and who can fully grasp points like profitability and operations.

Doctoral Course

Industrial and Business Systems

This division’s guidance into the realms of industrial and business systems features a structure that includes research related to management and law connected with, for example, commerce and tourism, as well as the engineering of information systems and the construction of facilities, while also offering multi-faceted instruction that incorporates further investigation into industrial and business systems.

Community and Social Systems

This division’s guidance into the areas of community and social systems features a structure that includes various projects, including the overall planning of a community, as well as content related to local spaces and information systems, while also offering a comprehensive system of education that can meet the various challenges of the community.