Curriculum

Students’ Proposal-Based Education

This program offers a cross-faculty educational course that enables agile response to field demand in diversifying regional societies, as well as proposal-based education through onsite learning.

Curriculum Overview

Aiming for the creation of a taoyaka program, this program undertakes the training of human resources who strongly empathize with Hiroshima University’s principle of the pursuit of peace, and take up the challenge to resolve multicultural coexistence issues from the perspective of cultural creation, application of technology and social transformation, through education implemented on campus and onsite, venturing beyond existing academic fields. A particular feature of the program is the fact that it is centered on onsite education through cross-disciplinary collaboration. The program is structured to enable participants to efficiently acquire the skills necessary to successfully act as innovation leaders aiming for the creation of a multicultural coexistence society, without relying greatly on traditional fields of specialty. At the program’s foundation are the Basic Subjects for Peace and Coexistence, which educate the students to develop a mindset to pursue peace. The program consists of Reverse Innovation Specialized Subjects, where students acquire in each course the specialized knowledge required for reverse innovation, Multicultural Coexistence Practical Subjects, which is practical onsite education held in collaboration with courses in other disciplines, and the Reverse Innovation Practical Subjects, where the students will be involved in hands-on research into onsite reverse innovation based on their specialist knowledge.

Curriculum