AIIT

Profile of Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology

What is a Professional School?

 A professional school "is a graduate school that offers both courses and research on the theories and applied studies of a given discipline and that seeks to train students to acquire profound knowledge and excellent expertise, which they are required to have when pursuing work that demands a high degree of expertise" (School Education Law, Article 99 paragraph 2). A professional school is obliged to hire a certain proportion lectures and instructors who have practical experience. It is also required to comply strictly with the student quota per lecturer. A graduate school offers curricula geared to a specialist education. A professional school is a new type graduate school system that, responding to the need for high-level specialist education, offers flexible and practical specialist education tailored to the characteristics of different professions.

Profile of Graduate School

Name
Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology (AIIT)
Address
1-chome 10-40, Higashi-Ooi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Operating Body
Public University Corporation Tokyo Metropolitan University
Inauguration
April 2006
President
Seiichi Kawata
Names of graduate courses
Industrial Technology Graduate Course Master Program of Information Systems Architecture (specialist degree course)
Industrial Technology Graduate Course Master Program of Innovation for Design and Engineering (specialist degree course)
Name of academic degree
Master of Technology in Information Systems
Master of Technology in Innovation for Design and Engineering
Quota for accepting students
Master Program of Information Systems Architecture
Enrollment limit: 50 Capacity: 100
Master Program of Innovation for Design and Engineering
Enrollment limit: 50 Capacity: 100