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Global Leadership Seminar II


Numbering Code
  • U-ENG20 22501 SJ77
Term 2020/Intensive, Second semester
Number of Credits 1 credits
Course Type Seminar
Target Student Undergraduate
Language Japanese
Day/Period Intensive
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Senior Lecturer KANEKO KENTAROU
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Senior Lecturer OHTA HIROTO
Outline and Purpose of the Course This course is a small-group workshop program where students are supposed to extract or set up challenges by themselves aiming at creating new social values. In concrete, abilities of planning and problem-solving are trained through group works in residential training and skills of presentation and communication are enhanced through oral presentations regarding contents of the proposal at each step of the process from a preliminary draft to its completion.
Course Goals Ability of planning, from extraction or setting up challenges to proposal of solutions aiming at creating new social values, is trained through group works.
Schedule and Contents Orientation,1time,A brief overview and a schedule of the course are explained and working groups are organized.
Lectures,2times,Lectures by experts are given.
Group works,3times,Setting up challenges, extraction of problems, collecting information, and group works are done.
Residential training,7times,Through intensive group works based on discussion, a proposal for solving problems is planned, a draft report is made, and a few presentations are made.
Preliminary review meeting,1time,A preliminary review meeting is held and discussions are made.
Report meeting,1time,Final presentations are made and reports are submitted.
Grading Policy It is required to join the residential training. A report meeting is held and comprehensive evaluation concerning abilities in group discussion to extract or set up challenges and to propose solutions for achieving a goal is made through presentation of the proposal as well as a submitted report.
Prerequisites None
Preparation and Review Will be indicated as necessary.
  • Will be indicated as necessary.
  • Will be indicated as necessary.
Courses Delivered by Instructors with Practical Work Experience
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