Global Leader Development Courses

Strengthen Global Capability    To become a global leader, high level skills and abilities are required for language, communication and project management. Farthermore, career development learning, liberal arts to understand the world cultures, and IT skills to utilize information effectively will help your career at international level. This program provides opportunities to strengthen such global capability.

Global Leader Development Courses

Course Outline

 
(1)English Courses

Subject Lecture Schedule
Spring 2017
Lecture Schedule
Fall 2017
Academic Presentation in English2 credits Syllabus
Presentation1 credit Syllabus
Scientific Reading1 credit 2017.9.07 –
by GHOURABI, Fadoua
Science Writing: Basic1 credit 2018.1.25 –
by GHOURABI, Fadoua
Academic Writing in English2 credits Syllabus

(2) Career Courses

Subject Lecture Schedule
Spring 2017
Lecture Schedule
Fall 2017
Special course on Career Development: Basic2 credits Syllabus
Special course on Career Development: Advanced2 credits
Special course on Career Development: Role-model2 credits Syllabus
Special course on Career Development: Training2 credits

(3)Leadership Courses

Subject
Lecture Schedule
Spring 2017
Lecture Schedule
Fall 2017
Special course on Global Female Leader: Basic2 credits Syllabus
Special course on Global Female Leader: Advanced1 credit Syllabus
Special course on Global Female Leader: Role-model1 credit
Special course on Global Female Leader: Training1 credit
Special course on Project Management2 credits  
Outreach Training2 credits     

(4) Doctoral Program LA (Liberal Arts)


Subject
Lecture Schedule
Spring 2017
Lecture Schedule
Fall 2017
Essential Philosophy for Global Leaders2 credits
Essential Ethics for Global Leaders2 credits
Essential History for Global Leaders2 credits 2017.10.05-
by Midori Nishiura
Essential Culture and Arts for Global Leaders2 credits

(5) Information Technology Related Courses


Subject
Lecture Schedule
Spring 2017
Lecture Schedule
Fall 2017
Practical Use of Information Technology Ⅰ2 credits
Practical Use of Information Technology Ⅱ2 credits

: Elective course (4 or more credits required), : Elective course (6 or more credits required)