Curriculum Policy for the Course in Strategic Frontiers for Regional Revitalization, Master’s Program in Policy and Planning Sciences 2021
This course is designed based on the Curriculum Policy about the Master’s Program in Policy and Planning Sciences. While learning fundamental knowledge through compulsory subjects, namely “Application of Automated Driving and Fuel Cells in Strategic Frontiers for Regional Revitalization”, “Application of Mobility, Robotics, and Intelligent Technologies in Strategic Frontiers for Regional Revitalization” and “New Financial Infrastructure and Strategic Frontiers for Regional Revitalization,” students can also acquire the ability to promote projects effectively via the practical modules “Active Learning in Strategic Frontiers for Regional Revitalization I, II, and III.” Lectures on compulsory subjects will be held mainly on weekends. Acquisition of broad-based knowledge is also possible by taking the graduate school’s common classes and classes in other fields.
Learning Models for Course in Strategic Frontiers for Regional Revitalization
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Learning Model 1:
Community Planning CoordinatorAfter completing 36 credits to develop the ability to utilize the IoT in community planning and development, become a professional coordinator of town planning and provide technical advice to local governments and/or other organizations.
Learning Model 2:
Local government official in charge of formulating policy and /or system utilizing the IoTAfter completing 36 credits of important theory in institutional formulation, (e.g., mechanism design), become a local government official with specialized knowledge and skills in IoT who can engage actively to introduce the IoT for the formulation of new policies and systems.