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Innovation for Design and Engineering Course

About the Innovation for Design and Engineering Course

  The Innovation for Design and Engineering Course trains “monozukuri (production) architects” who create innovation as designers integrating sensitivity and functionality.

  1. Human resources who can pinpoint potential market expectations, speak to customers about the future, and envisage the shape that next-generation products and services should take (product planning officer)
  2. Human resources who can manage everything from optimal design to manufacture utilizing knowledge of sensitive and functional design (development officers)

  At the AIIT, we have designed study content that combines these two professional abilities to formalize monozukuri (production) specialists with the objective of training human resources who can pinpoint potential customer expectations, create structures that achieve functionality using sensitivity and provide new value embodied in people, that is human resources who can creatively and rationally develop products and services that maximize customer benefits.

  Furthermore, four career models have been provided to enable students to develop a learning plan aligned with their own future career from a diverse curriculum. This creates career plans tailored to the professional status (human resources) in which students can be active in the future as a monozukuri (production) specialist.

The course has established career models and recommended subjects for each of these human resources.

• Industrial design model

• Development design model

• AI and Data science model

• Global system engineering model

Three Policies

Diploma Policy

Curriculum Policy

Admissions Policy

Credits and Requirements for Completion (Innovation for Design and Engineering Course)

In this AIIT course, students can obtain a degree by fulfilling the completion requirements shown below.

  1. Be enrolled for at least two years (for long-term study program students: at least three years for April enrollees, and at least two years and six months for October enrollees)
  2. Earn at least 40 credits (at least 14 credits in compulsory subjects*, at least 26 credits in elective subjects. A total of up to 8 credits from subjects completed in other courses will be approved for the completion requirements.)

* Compulsory subjects are as below.

  • 1 subject in Elective Compulsory Group (2 credits)
  • Advanced Exercises: Innovation for Design and Engineering 1 (6 credits)
  • Advanced Exercises: Innovation for Design and Engineering 2 (6 credits)

Degree Awarded

Master of Technology in Innovation for Design and Engineering (Professional)

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