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Combining the practical aspects of Information Science with more universal liberal arts learning.

Information Science

ISHIBASHI, Keisuke Associate Professor

Associate Professor

In this major, students learn from many foundation courses, such as how computers work, and then move on to study more specialized courses where they learn for the purpose of using computers to solve various problems and create media contents. Students can go through the specialized field of information science and develop a high level of expertise by acquiring practical skills to become an engineer, and feeling the pleasure of creating something. Students can also explore interdisciplinary themes between the Information Science major and other majors, deepening interdisciplinary learning, one of ICU's unique characteristics.