The Faculty of International Resource Sciences provides three courses to cultivate global resource specialists in both the Social Science and Humanities field and science and technology field such as "those who can bear resource policies and necessary negotiations in Japan and internationally" and "engineers who can show their practical skills in the world."
This course is designed to educate students to attain abilities for correctly analyzing and observing the resource climate in the world, negotiating with resource-producing countries, and bearing responsibilities for resource strategies.
- Understanding of economics and the international situation related to resources and development
- Legal or political systems in resource-producing countries
- Negotiation skills related to resource investigation/development
- History, culture, and religion in resource-developing areas
This course is designed to cultivate engineers and researchers of the leading-edge earth science fields who estimate resource distribution in the world and search for the possibility of new earth resources.
- Estimate of resource distribution
- Search for new mine resources
- Analysis of earth history according to the leading-edge earth science
- Explication of resource generation system
This course is designed to cultivate engineers and researchers who contribute to resource development considering the global environment and the formation of the resource-circulating society in order to utilize limited earth resources effectively and sustainably.
- Resource development technologies
- Optimum method of resource production
- Recycling/refining technologies
- Environmental maintenance technologies at mines