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The certificate program is based on the School Education Law, and is a special program of study for working adults. Upon completion of the program, students receive a certificate of completion based on the School Education Law.

List of Current Programs (FY2021)

Social Co-Creation Creator Development Program

Outline To acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for the balanced development of social formation, environmental adaptation, and economic circulation that differs from metropolitan-driven lines in order to construct and implement unique promotion in accordance with the characteristics of rural areas.
(Cancelled this year due to prevention of transmission of the new coronavirus)
Completion Requirements Students must attend a minimum of 60 hours and also submit and present a final project to pass the examination.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Faculty of Social Co-creation
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Forest Environmental Management Studies Recurrent Program (Comprehensive Program)

Outline To find new business opportunities in forest management, to develop skills and abilities to promote regional development with forests as a resource for the future, and to develop human resources involved in the guidance and operation of the “new forest management system” started in FY2011 in accordance with the Forest Management Control Law.
Completion Requirements Students must take all courses in each program and complete all three programs.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
department of agriculture
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Team School Specialist Training Program

Outline Acquire the basic knowledge and skills required to serve as a team school specialist staff member (e.g., regional school collaborative activity promoter, ICT support staff, school support staff, school social worker, associate school counselor, etc.).
Completion Requirements Students must complete at least 60 hours of the 75 hours of coursework offered in this program, as well as work on an assigned research project and pass the examination.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Graduate School of Education
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AI+IoT Embedded Systems Expert Training Course

Outline Develop human resources who understand the fundamentals of computer engineering and are capable of developing intelligent embedded systems in an IoT environment, or who are capable of planning when introducing such systems.
Completion Requirements Students must take a course with a total of 60 hours of instructional time and pass a presentation exam.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
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Social Infrastructure Maintenance Expert Training Course

Outline Develop social infrastructure maintenance experts (MEs) as human resources who can acquire planning, design, and implementation techniques for the development of new social infrastructure and the maintenance, management, and repair of existing social infrastructure, and who can contribute to the revitalization of the community.
Completion Requirements Students must attend all 121.5 hours of total class hours and pass the written examinations (essay and presentation examinations, and a written examination (elective examination)).
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Organization for Promotion of Social Collaboration
Disaster Prevention Information Research Center
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Citrus Industry Human Resource Development Program

Outline To develop human resources with the ability to contribute to the promotion of citrus agriculture in Ehime and a wide range of related industries including citrus processing and distribution.
Completion Requirements Complete all lecture courses (60 hours) offered in this program and pass all assignments presented in each lecture.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Graduate School of Agriculture
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Regional Innovation Innovator Training Program (Toyo)

Outline

The program is designed to provide students with: (1) a deep understanding of the current status and issues of Japan’s “regions and local areas” using Ehime Prefecture and the Toyo region as examples; (2) knowledge and skills in various fields of approaches to solving issues; and (3) experience in the process of proposing solutions to specific issues. Acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for human resources who can contribute to “regional development”.
(Due to the spread of the new coronavirus, the course was postponed to the next fiscal year (2022).

Completion Requirements Complete a minimum of 60 hours of coursework (including project research presentations) offered in the program and pass the project research review.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Organization for Promotion of Social Collaboration
Community Collaboration Center Saijo
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Regional Innovation Innovator Training Program (Nanyo)

Outline The program is designed to provide students with (1) a deep understanding of the current status and issues of “regions and local areas” in Japan, using Ehime Prefecture and the Nanyo region as examples; (2) knowledge and skills in approaches from various fields for solving issues; and (3) experience in the process of proposing solutions to specific issues. Acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for human resources who can contribute to “regional development”.
Completion Requirements Complete a minimum of 60 hours of coursework (including project research presentations) offered in the program and pass the project research review.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Organization for Promotion of Social Collaboration
Community Collaboration Center Nanyo
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Japanese Language Study Program

Outline This is a group of non-credit classes offered by the Organization for Promotion of International Collaboration (Center for International Education Support) in the Japanese Language Education Program for International Students, which are also offered to external parties, and in principle, the classes are held according to the schedule of classes at the University. Students will take a Japanese level check in advance, and then study Japanese in the class of the appropriate level.
Completion Requirements The student must have passed the course and final judgment, and the class must have reached a minimum of 60 hours under the criteria in the attached table, and the student must have passed one of the “advanced” classes specified in the attached table.
Implementing Entity
(Program HP)
Organization for the Promotion of International Collaboration
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