International Course

The International Project Management Course of the Graduate School of Management offers a comprehensive and thorough program that focuses on the projects of temporal cooperation between organizations (business teams) established in order to achieve a certain goal in projects such as large-scale international projects, development of new technologies, and development of information systems. The International Project Management Course closely collaborates with the Project Operations Management Program that is taught in the Japanese language as one of the five distinctive curriculums offered at the Graduate School of Management. This international program aims at cultivating global-minded project managers with diverse management capabilities by developing their professional abilities in such areas as finance, economics, strategy, and organizational behavior as well as project management.

  Students will take the necessary subjects to complete the course over a two year period. Additionally, with the admission of students with various backgrounds and to promote diverse career achievements, the Graduate School of Management has academic supervisors to provide practical guidance on courses and support for overall studies. We hope to respond to the expectations of motivated students through the meticulous, yet demanding educational system.

 

Academic Supervisors
     Supervisors provide students with guidance in taking courses and assist in overall studies to help provide a meticulous educational system. With support from their supervisors, students will be able to concentrate on their study conditions, purpose, and future careers. Through practical advice in course completion and planning, supervisors will support students so that they can fulfill their commitments.

 

Subject Organization to Realize Step-by-step Course Completion
     The Graduate School of Management provides a variety of subjects in order for students to acquire specialized knowledge in scientific theories and practical problem-solving abilities. Students will mainly take basic subjects in the first semester of the first year, and then take specialized subjects from the second semester of the first year to the first semester of the second year. From the first semester of the second year, students will take practical business and advanced subjects so that they can systematically complete the course.

 

Course Completion Requirements for the International Project Management Course
The following are the course completion requirements:

 

*Two years to complete the course with a requirement of 42 credits.
*The following credits listed below are required to complete the course.

 

Basic Subjects:
Eight subjects or more (minimum of 16 credits), which include the subjects specified by the Course.

 

Specialized Subjects:
Seven subjects or more (minimun of 14 credits), which include the subjects specified by the Course.

 

Business Practice Subjects:
Four subjects or more (minimun of 8 credits), which include the subjects specified by the Course.
Internships are regarded as one of the business practice subjects.

 

Advanced Subjects:
Two subjects or more (minimum of 4 credits) in Workshops I, II, III and IV.
Workshops I and II (both offered in the spring semester) are required.

 

Notes:
*The maximum number of subjects that can be taken in each semester is nine subjects, or 18 credits (the annual maximum is 36 credits).
*Submitting a master's thesis is not required for degree completion.
*The degree given will be the Master of Business Administration (MBA).

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Kyoto University Graduate School of Management Administrative Office

Yoshida Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
Kyoto 606-8501, Japan

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