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Department of Information Science and Technology

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All worlds are now connected as one in this advanced information age. So, become an information provider and develop the power to hook up to the future.

For the first two years of this course, students will acquire basic information technology.

Therefore, all in this department will study basic information technology, necessary for information system engineers, during these two years. The curriculum includes assignments and experimental programs in computer literacy, programming, and the application of information science, using state-of-the-art equipment.

Basic Information Technology Information Systems Course Media Informatics Course Systems Science Course

In the third year, students will choose to improve their knowledge in one of the following three specialized courses:

[ Information Systems Course ]
This program explores computer architecture, software engineering, operations research in information systems technology and the communications network, digital communications, and information security in information network technology.

[ Media Informatics and Robotics Course ]
This course surveys aspects of multimedia technology - pattern information processing, speech information processing, linguistic information processing, image information processing, and computer graphics.

[ Simulation Sciences Course ]
This syllabus examines the subjects of systems analysis and identification, which are both necessary in the field of mathematical systems science. In addition, the areas of environmental and biological information systems analysis, and societal information systems would be investigated.

Degree Bachelor of Science in Information Science and Technology

Message from a Current Student

Department of Information Science and Technology

Yuko Toyama

The student-faculty ratio in the Department of Information Science and Technology is very low, particularly in specialized classes, so it offers an environment in which you can quickly solve your questions and uncertainties. In addition, freshman and sophomore students can interact with faculty in an even smaller class setting in a class called PBL, so you'll be able to casually approach faculty members.


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