Innovation for Design and Engineering Course
The first-year curriculum provides students with a systematic understanding of monozukuri and basic knowledge as prerequisites for business tasks.
The second-year curriculum is designed to systematically teach students the necessary management skills through PBL-style lectures. The educational program employs PBL methods to provide students the opportunity to appropriately leverage the knowledge acquired in the first year for real business tasks and to develop student competencies (skills to accomplish tasks). Also, the school provides the environment to apply the knowledge acquired through PBL courses.
- The Innovation for Design and Engineering Course seeks applicants with great sensitivity who are capable of systematic, logical, and structured thinking. Students must have excellent communication skills who will spare no effort in accomplishing their objectives.
- Applicants must have the basic knowledge to understand the AIIT educational curricula, as well as the challenges for regions and global society, and who are highly motivated to overcome these challenges.
- Applicants must have a deep interest in monozukuri and a strong intellectual curiosity with a willingness to take on new creative challenges in consideration of the environment.
The graduation requirements (Business Systems Design Engineering Course)
AIIT awards an academic degree to students who satisfy the following graduation requirements.
- Enrollment period: 2years or more (three years or more for long-term students enrolling in April and two years and six months or more for long-term students enrolling in October)
- Number of credits: 40 credits or more (14 credits or more from compulsory subjects and 26 credits or more from elective subjects)
＊Compulsory subjects are as follows:
- One subject from the elective compulsory engineering ethics (2 credits)
- Advanced Exercises (PBL): Innovation for Design and Engineering 1 (6 credits)
- Advanced Exercises (PBL): Innovation for Design and Engineering 2(6 credits)