What, specifically, are “the international communication skills required to explain solutions to many people around the world in order to gain their understanding and cooperation, so that those solutions can be implemented” referred to in the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation’s basic concept? Obviously English language ability is one of them, but they also include the ability to use the languages of countries and regions relevant to your research field to engage in full and frank discussions with the people there. To do so, you’ll also need to be equipped with a liberal arts education and wide-ranging knowledge concerning Asian societies, including Japanese language and culture. At the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation, we first of all provide opportunities to take another look at your immediate surroundings and then support you as you spread your wings to Asia and beyond.
Courses in charge
Introduction to History and Archeology（Reflective Courses/States and Regions）
East Asian Area Studies（Interdisciplinary Science & Innovation Courses/States and Regions）
Lecture Series（Reflective Courses）
Basic Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation,Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation（Collaborative Courses）