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Contents of education Curriculum

 
Basic subjects
Admission
Dept.of Resource
Policy and
Management
Dept.of Earth
Resource Science
Dept.of Earth
Resource
Engineering and
Environmental
Science
1st
year
I-EAP
(intensive
university
English)
【Acquire a
comprehensive
English skill to
be the base of
personnel for
global
resource】
●Introduction to
environmental
studies for
resource
development
●Practice of
resource
science
○Introduction
to international
relations
○Introduction
to sociology of
resource local
community
○Introduction
to earth
sciences
○Introduction
to resource
geology
○Practice of
discussions
○Practice of
debates
○Special
lecture of
international
affairs

●=
Compulsory
subject
Cultural subjects
●1st-year seminar
●Theme-specific subjects
・Contemporary society ・Science study
・Local society ・Human and culture
・Living and Health ・Application of skills
●International language subject
●Sports culture

Basic subject
・History of international resource diplomacy
・Intercultural communication
・Resource development and human rights issues
・Fundamental resource economics
・International cooperation of Japan
・Rudimentary mathematics
・Theoretical physics
・Basic chemistry
・Experiments of theoretical physics
・Experiments of basic chemistry
Practice of resource sciences
All students engage in geological excursion, and a visit to
mine, smelter and recycle facilities
2nd
year
Dept.of Resource
Policy and
Management
specialized subjects
Dept.of Earth
Resource Science
specialized subjects
Dept.of Earth
Resource
Engineering and
Environmental
Science specialized
subjects
3rd
year
International
resource
creative
practice
【Prior and
post study for
international
resource field
work】
●Resource policy
theory
●International laws
●International
economics
●Comparative
politics
●International
cooperation theory
●Cultural
anthropology
●Negotiation
theory
●Petroleum
resource
●Energy geopolitics
●Study of resource
area
●Resource trends
theory
○Geologicmapping,
etc.
●Theory of
international
situation analysis
●Development
economics
●Mining Act
●Resource contract
theory
●Resource
environmental
economics
●Applied study of
resource area
●Theory of human
resource
management
●Special lecture on
international
cooperation
●Specialized
presentation skills
○Theory of
resource
development
production
○Resource
recycling
○Study of recycle
system, etc.
●Historical
geology
●Geologicmapping
●Petroleum
geology
●Experiment of
paleontology
●Mineralogy
●Study of metallic
mineral deposit
●Experiment of
mineralogy
●Petrology
●Experiment of
petrology
○International
laws
○Geophysics
○Material
mechanics, etc.
●Analytical study
of paleoenvironment
●Sedimentology
●Structural
geology
●Experiment of
study of petroleum
mineral deposit
●Experiment of
historical geology
●X-ray
crystallography
●Experiment of
metallic mineral
deposit
●Remote sensing
geology
●Experiment of
metallic and
minetral deposit
petrology
●Specialized
presentation skills
○Physical
prospection
○Rock mechanics,
etc.
●Material
mechanics
●Fluid mechanics
●Physical
chemistry
●Analytical
chemistry
●Geophysics
●Engineering
drawing
●Petroleum
engineering
●Geochemistry
●Powder and
interfacial
engineering
●Resource
processing
●Fundamental
engineering lab
○Study of metallic
mineral deposit,
etc.
●Physical
prospection
●Resource
prospection
●Computer
programming
●Geothermal
engineering
●Rock mechanics
●Rock
engineering
●Surveying and
practice
●Recycling and
wastewater
treatment
engineering
●Refining process
engineering
●Specialized
presentation skills
○Resource
environmental
economics, etc.
4th
year
Overseas resource field work
*Compulsory subject
 
●Resource project
management
●Study proposals,
etc.
●Applied metallic
and mineral
deposit study
●Applied
mineralogy
●Study proposals,
etc.
●Reading of
documents related
to earth resource
engineering and
environmental
science
●Study proposals,
etc.
Graduation work study
Graduation

 

I-EAP (intensive university English)

This is a basic subject for acquiring a comprehensive ability in English which is to be the base of global personnel for resources. Lessons are given in a small group class only in English. Lessons for presentation with foreign students are also introduced.

Increase basic vocabulary and reinforce the ability of reading and understanding. Improve listening comprehension and learn the basis of academic writing. Acquire the ability of academic presentation and develop comprehensive communicativity.

 

 

 

International resource creative practice

This is provided as an opportunity of previous and post learning to understand the purpose of the overseas resource field work (approximately four-week practice at a mine/oil-related company or trading company, international cooperation organization, etc.) which is mandatory for all students, and to make the said field work meaningful.

Previous learning Implement the field work. Post-learning
  • Selection of the area for field work
  • Request and notice to the destination
  • Orientation by teachers according to the category of the business
  • Previous learning by each student
 
  • Preparation of report
  • Report meeting