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Application Guideline for Non-Degree Students
Taking e-Courses (With Credits) (Spring 2009)



Keio University SFC is now accepting applications from applicants who wish to register for Spring Semester 2009 e-Courses. The e-Course system enables students to earn credits from the Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, by watching video-recordings of classes on the Internet, and communicating with class teachers and submitting assignments on the e-Course system.
(Please refer to the "Application Guidebook for Non-Degree Students Taking e-Courses (With Credits) for Spring Semester of Academic Year 2009" for details on application requirements and fees.) Should you require further information or have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us by clicking on INQUIRIES.


e-Courses Offered (3 Courses)

    TOTAL DESIGN OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC PROFIT
    ( Faculty of Policy Management Ikuyo Kaneko Jiro Kokuryo,
    Faculty of Environment and Information Studies Wanglin YAN, Hideyuki Yasui )
    2 credits
    Ikuyo Kaneko

    Jiro Kokuryo

    Wanglin YAN
    The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    (This course is conducted in Japanese)
    DESIGNING LOW-CARBON SOCIETY
    ( Faculty of Environment and Information Studies Hironori Hamanaka and other faculty)
    2 credits
    Hironori Hamanaka The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    (This course is conducted in Japanese)


    ADVANCED RESEARCH (CASE METHODS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION)
    ( Faculty of Policy Management Jiro Kokuryo, )
    2 credits
    Jiro Kokuryo

    The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    (This course is conducted in Japanese)
    REGIONAL INFOMATIZATION
    ( Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Yoshinori Isagai )
    2 credits
    Yoshinori Isagai The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    (This course is conducted in Japanese)
    FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
    ( Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Yoshinori Isagai )
    2 credits
    Yoshinori Isagai The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    (This course is conducted in Japanese)
    NETWORK INDUSTRIES ( Graduate School of Media and Governance Takeshi Natsuno ) 2 credits
    Takeshi Natsuno The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    (This course is conducted in Japanese)


    POLICY MANAGEMENT (HUMAN SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT)
    ( Faculty of Policy Management Michio Umegaki )
    2 credits
    Michio Umegaki
    ->A new notion of "human security" since 1994 has offered a fundamental challenge to the "growth-first" orientation in much of the postwar development policy.
    ->Gien this new stimulus for policy studies, we cope with the multi-layered tasks: 1) the fundamentals of policy research; 2)the examinations of the tools or research and analyses; 3) the historical inquiry into the origins of the nexsus between Development and Human Security beyond 1970s; and 4) research excercises in selected policy issues.
    -> The students are required to participate in the following activities: 1) In-Class discussion; 2) Digesting reading assignments; 3) Excercise in proposing policy research; and 4) Final oral presentations.

    (This course is conducted in English.)

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