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School of Marine Technology

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[Diploma Policy]

1. Kinds of human resources to aim for (Individuality, distinguishing characteristic, attractiveness)

In the School of Marine Technology, we aim to foster high-level professionals who are interested in issues of the oceans, ships, logistics, etc. in relation to marine transportation, who will have the extensive education and rich humanities, and also who will have advanced skills necessary for understanding and solution to issues, and who will also be able to play an active role internationally.

2. Goals for the competencies and core qualities that students should acquire

- The ability to have expertise related to the oceans, ships, logistics, etc. and to solve issues by utilizing same;

- Practical leadership required as leaders of society;

- The ability to address issues willingly, think them logically, judge them appropriately and take action for them;

- The ability to communicate and the ability to take the leaderships backed up by the extensive education and international perspectives required for engineers;

- The wide range of perspectives/ability and cultural core qualities that form a basis of international exchange.

3. Requirements for recognition of graduation

In the undergraduate courses, we shall recognize the graduation by and grant a bachelor's degree (Engineering) to students who have been enrolled in a bachelor program for a prescribed period and who have taken the classes set in accordance with the purposes of education in the schools, and who have earned the normative credits

[Curriculum Policy]

1. Policies for organizing curricula

In the School of Marine Technology, we organize curricula that organically combine comprehensive subjects including the common subjects and fundamental education subjects with specialized subjects including extramural practicums, practicums, experiments and seminars in order to foster high-level professionals who acquire advanced skills necessary for understanding and solution to issues related to the oceans, ships, logistics, etc. and who will also be able to play international roles actively.

2. Policy for implementing curricula

- The Classes of comprehensive subjects are offered under the all-campus system and consist of the ones of philosophy/science study system, social science system and foreign language system aiming to develop the wide range of perspectives, rich humanities and cultural core qualities.

- The fundamental education subjects consist of subjects related to mathematics, physics and informatics are provided in order to acquire basic academic skills to study specialized subjects.

- The specialized subjects provide necessary expertise related to the oceans, ships, logistics, etc. to acquire. Furthermore, the ability to judge appropriately, the ability to communicate, and the ability to take leaderships are acquired through the practicums, experiments and seminars that focus on the practical learning. In addition, the ability to pursue and solve issues is acquired through seminars and the graduation research.

[Admission Policy]

1. Interests/drive required of the students we accept

The School of Marine Technology seek students who are interested in various global issues regarding marine transportation in order to contribute to sustainable development of human society, and also who have desire to try to solve issues from the engineering viewpoints as leading engineers with international perspectives in relation to safe operation, control systems, energy-saving technique, logistics, etc. through world-leading research.

2. Learning achievements required of students we accept

Knowledge / skills

(1) Have the extensive education and basic academic skills such as English, mathematics, science necessary for learning after enrollment.

The ability to think / judge / express, etc.

(2) Can think logically and judge appropriately based on knowledge;

(3) Can act having international perspectives, sociality, cooperativeness and sound ethics.

An attitude of learning in collaboration with a variety of people while playing a primary role

(4) Being full of intellectual curiosity with regard to engineering field and having desire to learn for absorbing knowledge voluntarily.

3. Evaluation method for selecting students for admission

In order to determine core qualities and basic academic skills necessary to receive an education in this School, the National Center Test for University Entrance Examination, individual achievement test, the Admissions Office Entrance Examination and a transfer admission test are carried out.

A comprehensive evaluation/judgment are conducted in any case by the National Center Test for University Entrance Examination and an individual achievement test for the general entrance examination, by a statement of purpose / letter of self-recommendation, task-based learning ability test, a short essay and interview for the Admissions Office Entrance Examination, by an individual achievement test, the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students, an interview, etc., for an entrance examination for self-financed international students, by a short essay, interview and a statement of purpose transfer (recommendation) and by an academic ability examination and an academic transcript for transfer admission(achievement).

4. Methods for selection and evaluation of learning achievements (◎: High weight, 〇: Low weight)

○Admissions Office Entrance Examination

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Task-based learning ability test

Trial lesson, Assigned essay

Short essay

Interview

School report

Statement of purpose /
Letter of Self-recommendation

○Admission for self-financed international students

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Individual achievement test

Interview

Results of the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students

Statement of purpose

Academic transcript

○General entrance examination (first term schedule)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

National Center Test for University Entrance Examination

Individual achievement test

○General entrance examination (second term schedule)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

National Center Test for University Entrance Examination

Individual achievement test

○Transfer admission (recommendation)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Short essay

Interview

School report

Letter of Recommendation

Statement of purpose

○Transfer admission (achievement)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Academic ability examination

Academic transcript

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