This course for doctoral students aims to develop expertise by learning about the latest findings and cutting edge research.
By the end of this course, doctoral students will gain knowledge about the relationship between specialists and society.
relationship between science and engineering-related personnel and society, career-path, specialist
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
A series of lectures are offered as an intensive course.
Each class session consists of two 90-minute lectures with an intermission between them.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||November 2nd (1)14：05～14：50 takashi Harada(ACLS, Tokyo Tech.) (2)15：05～16：35 Hideyoshi Okayasu（Boston Consulting Group）||(1)Why the society needs the science and engineering-related personnel (2)Consultant|
|Class 2||November 16th (1)13：20～14：50 Shouji Kodama(Nikkei Inc.) (2)15：05～16：35 Kumi Shimane(Toshima Accounting Firm)||(1)Journalist (2)Certified Public Accountant|
|Class 3||November 30th (1)13：20～14：50 Takaaki Kono(A. Koike & Co. Patent Firm) (2)15：05～16：35 Mizuho Takeda(MVP Inc.)||(1)patent attorney (2) License Associate|
|Class 4||December 7th (1)13：20～14：50 Tomoki Nikaido(Japan Science and Technology Agency :JST) (2)15：05～16：35 Manabu Shikauchi（Recruit Career Co., Ltd.)||(1) Funding Agency's staff (2)Viewpoint of the career path construction|
There is no assigned textbook.
In each class, the lecturer hands out materials.
Reports in each class (100%).
There are no prerequisites for taking the course.