Minimal requirement for graduation: 135 units
The curriculum is composed of five groups of courses: University Compulsory Courses (Table 1), Required Courses (Table 2), Required Elective Courses (Table 3), Senior Project (Table 4) and Elective Courses (Table 5). Senior Project is a 1 year-long courses which is designed with aims to improve students’ collaborative learning and abilities to apply what they have learned during their study in this program.
〉 Table 1—University Compulsory Courses (31 units)
The compulsory courses list below are required of all students graduating from this program.
|Sport & Health||4|
|General Education Lecture||1|
〉 Table 2—Required Courses (57 units)
The required courses consist four areas of study: Management, Management of Information Systems (MIS), Computer and Communication (C&C), and Decision Science (DS). The Required Courses list below are compulsory of all students graduating from this program.
|Information Technology and Management||3|
|Management Information Systems||3|
|Systems Analysis and Designs||3|
|Case Studies in Information Management||3|
|Seminar in Information System Practice||1|
|C & C||Unit|
|Basic Computer Concepts||3|
|Business Data Communication||3|
〉 Table 3—Required Elective Courses (6 units)
Students must select at least two courses from Required Elective Courses list below.
|General Management (select 2)||Unit|
|Human Resource Management||3|
|Production and Operation Management||3|
〉 Table 4—Senior Project
Ten different topics of Senior Project courses are offered in the second semester of a student’s junior year and the first semester of senior year. Students are required to take two courses (with identical project focus) for their senior projects.
|Senior Project—Part I (select 1)||Unit|
|Management Information Systems Project I||3|
|Internet Project I||3|
|Production-Marketing Information Systems Project I||3|
|Decision Support Systems Project I||3|
|Business Process Project I||3|
|Multi-Media System Project I||3|
|Database Systems Project I||3|
|Intelligent Systems Project I||3|
|Electronic Commerce Project I||3|
|Multimedia Network Project I||3|
|Senior Project—Part II (select 1)||Unit|
|Management Information Systems Project II||3|
|Internet Project II||3|
|Production-Marketing Information Systems Project II||3|
|Decision Support Systems Project II||3|
|Business Process Project II||3|
|Multi-Media System Project II||3|
|Intelligent Systems Project II||3|
|Electronic Commerce Project II||3|
|Multimedia Network Project II||3|
*Students’ Projects are collected for Annual Achievement Exhibition. Both faculty and EMIS students would serve as the evaluation committee to provide practical and professional advice for project improvement.
〉 Table 5 Elective Courses (at least 35 units)
Various elective courses are offered to fulfill students’ career goals and interests.
|Network Communication and Society||3|
|Research in Electronic Commerce||3|
|Introduction to Business||3|
|C & C||Unit|
|Information Systems Planning||3|
|Special Topics in Business System Simulation||3|
|Modeling and Simulation||3|
|Logistic Management Systems in Asia/ Pacific Area||3|
|System Simulation and Analysis||3|
|Business English and Communication||3|
|Foreign Language—Japanese 1||3|
|Foreign Language—Japanese 2||3|
|English Language Laboratory||3|
|Advance Business Communication||3|
〉 Service Courses:
In order to cultivate students with attitude of social service, our Department also offers Service Courses, such as Information Software Volunteer course. This course prepares our students for their future job market. English Campus Tour Volunteer Training course equips students to cope with globalization and to fulfill their needs of study abroad.
Last Update: 2014/12/23