College of Media and Communication
Improve communication skills to get connected with society and the world
The curricula where you develop with peers, as well as thoughtful career support for each individual.
Keep stepping up with your career after graduation in the view.
Students learn ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and English, acquiring the ability to understand different cultures and communicate correctly in today's rapidly globalized and information-driven society.
In English classes, students are taught in small groups to cultivate a solid foundation in the four skills of listening, writing, reading and speaking, and acquire communication skills and presentation techniques through active learning. In the basic information processing classes, students learn information processing techniques such as efficient information retrieval and collecting information techniques, information ethics, document creation, data processing and presentation techniques.
From the second grade, students will choose a course of study to specialize in. In the Information Systems Course, students learn programming, networks, and algorithms. In the Information Design Course, they acquire ability to transmit information through multimedia, learning web design, web application development, graphic design and 3DCG. In the International Communication Course, students learn how English is used in the world and acquire multifaceted communication skills, focusing on the application and practice of the four skills.
Students are taught data analysis and utilization skills as well as the ability to think logically and solve problems. In addition, we consider English ability to be fundamental, so we help students refine their communicative talents through ICT and English as they learn the technical material in each course.
Qualifications that can be obtained by earning credits
Junior High School Teaching Credential (English)/Senior High School Teaching Credential (English, Information)/Digital Content Assessor(DCA)/Curator/ Social Welfare Officer Credential/ Child Guidance Specialist Credential/ Social Research Specialist/ Child Welfare Officer Credential*.
※Qualification that can be acquired conditionally
Qualifications recommended and supported for acquisition
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) / IT Passport Test / Multimedia Certification Test / CG Creator Certification Test / Web Designer Certification Test / Web Design Skills Test / Information Security Management Test / Basic Information Technician Test / Applied Information Technician Test / Practical English Proficiency Test / TOEIC ® / TOEFL® / Practical French Proficiency Test / Japanese Language Proficiency Test
In addition to supporting present day communication between people, information systems and the Internet make up the essential foundation for business.
In this course, students learn about programming, information security, and network technology in order to refine their system development and other practical skills.
In the modern age, various types of business are conducted both domestically and abroad, and many people interact in multinational settings. Therefore, there is a need for human resources who are capable of communicating with people around the world.
This course therefore helps students master not only English reading, listening, writing, and speaking skills but also the more general ability to understand different cultures. In addition, students are given the opportunity to deepen their insight related to international relations and business through a global perspective.
Nowadays, the Internet is an integral part of daily life and business. In addition, the kinds of ICT that are used by so many people go beyond simple information-exchange tools. It is also important for ICT to be easy and fun to use.
In this course, students learn about technologies related to web design, graphic design, and computer graphics (CG) in order to master associated practical skills.
The basis of this learning is the Department-common course, which enables students to master basic knowledge and skills applicable to a broad range of fields. In addition, three more technical courses are provided in line with the future career goals, interests, and concerns of each student.
Experimenting and creating things can help students discover the fun of things they didn’t think they were good at or never attempted before.
Students are given the opportunity to learn while experiencing AI (artificial intelligence), robots, 3D printers, VR (virtual reality), and other aspects of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) that will continue to play an important role in supporting society and industries.
Courses offered by the Department of Communication & Business include not only lecture-format courses but also a comprehensive lineup of practicum/training courses aimed at providing students with practical skills. Students can also test out the latest technology and take on the challenge of creating CG-based works using personal computers, programming, analyzing data, and more.
These sorts of experiences also give students the opportunity to learn how their academic achievements, interests, and concerns connect to the real world.
In today's society, computers are used in every aspect of life. Even home appliances are connected to the network to perform complex processing and have a variety of functions. In this "information society," information exists everywhere, creating new values and driving the world. In other words, learning about information is the power to open up new paths in the future. In the Department of Information Studies, which forms the basis for learning in the Department of Information and Business, students learn about information and its use from a variety of perspectives, including research, collection, processing, transmission and communication. In addition, students will work on practical issues in their respective fields to enhance their expertise.
In Foreign Language studies, we compare foreign languages with the Japanese language and learn the differences between the spoken and written languages. The phonetic difference means that there are different sounds from Japanese. The difference of written words means different characters. When you compare words, you can discover many differences and similarities between them. This is one of the joys of learning a foreign language. In addition, through language differences, we can deepen our understanding of the cultures of the people who speak each language.