Curriculum

The program consists of courses offered as Fundamental Knowledge, PBL Basics, and Advanced Learning categories.
Students must fulfill all requirements in each category.
A certificate is awarded to students completing the program.

Fundamental Knowledge

(Requirements: at least 2 courses)
Alternate courses are offered by participating institutions for their students.

F14 Introduction to Software Engineering
  • 2 credit course offered to 3rd year students in Q1.
Link: Syllabus
O03-008 International Understanding for Science Majors (SCCP)
  • 1 credit SCCP course offered in S1(Q1+Q2).
Link: Syllabus
O03-008 Understanding Regional Innovation for Science Majors (SCCP)
  • 1 credit SCCP course offered in S2(Q3+Q4).
Link: Syllabus
O01 Introduction to Startup Ventures I
  • 2 credit course offered in I-S1(Q1+Q2).
Link: Syllabus
O01 Introduction to Startup Ventures II
  • 2 credit course offered in S2(Q3+Q4).
Link: Syllabus

PBL Basics

(Requirements: both 2 courses)

L12 Creativity Studio
  • 2 credit, summer camp for 3rd year students.
  • Covers introductory knowledge of creativity for practical projects.
  • Team project based course including field work, lectures and exercises.
  • On-site participation in Aizu only.
Link: Syllabus
O02-6 Introduction to Project Development
  • 1 credit, summer camp for 3rd year students.
  • Covers fundamental knowledge of project processes and project management methods.
  • Project based course including system development in teams.
  • On-site participation in Aizu or remote participation from student's institution.
Link: Syllabus

Advanced Learning

(Requirements: at least 1 course)

O02-6 Practical Project Development
  • 1 credit, 3rd year course offered in second semester (Q3+Q4).
  • Perform software development and project management in teams.
  • Develop a useful and creative system for a given theme.
  • On-site participation in Aizu or remote participation from student's institution or enroll in alternate course provided by locally.
Link: Syllabus
SE05 Software Studio
  • 3 credit, 4th year course offered in first semester (Q1+Q2).
  • Practice knowledge of software engineering and project management in teams in a real project.
  • Develop software for a real-world customer including all phases from requirements definition to delivery.
  • On-site participation in Aizu or remote participation from student's institution or enroll in alternate course provided by locally.
Link: Syllabus

Course Map

Registration

UoA students

Register to the courses within the standard registration process.
An explanatory meeting will be held in May for the registered students (all students must attend).

Students of other institutions
Registration is available through your institution. Please contact the following office for further information.

For inquiries on contents of this page, please contact Student Affairs Division

E-mail Address
sad-aas@u-aizu.ac.jp