This course is for students who wish to go on to the doctoral degree program after completing the master's degree program in one and a half years. Through this course, students acquire advanced expertise and skills related to environmental analysis that will be necessary for conducting research in the PhD program. It centers on guidance by the academic supervisor and teaching staffs in related fields. Students must have their study contents and program authorized in advance at a faculty meeting, so students should consult closely with their academic supervisors.
-Students shall conduct their studies according to the approved study plans.
- Students shall submit master theses and make their master research presentations if the requirement for shortening the master's degree program (at least one paper with full review submitted) is met.
- Students will orally present their research results at the research results presentation meeting (interim master research presentation meeting) if the above requirement for shortening the master's degree program is met.
Discussions on research
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Master's researches shall be conducted under the supervision of the academic supervisors.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Discussion on researches||Discussion on researches|
Three professors including the academic supervisor will evaluate the study achievement. Awarding the credits shall be decided at the department faculty meeting.
Only students who got the credit of Special Seminar for Environmental Studies V can take this course.