Faculty of Information and Communications/¾ðÊó³ØÉô
Bunkyo University’s Faculty of Information and Communications created the field of comprehensive informatics in Japan when it was established in 1980 as the country’s first faculty of informatics. Students can study information and communication technologies (ICT) - as well as the related information in a multifaceted, comprehensive, and practical educational environment. They can also systematically master theories and techniques through the practical usage of information.
This faculty consists of the Department of Information Systems, Department of Information Society, and Department of Media and Communications. In the Department of Information Systems, students learn about information system development and digital content creation. In the Department of Information Society, students learn methods for creating businesses and utilizing IT to resolve challenges in today’s information society. In the Department of Media and Communications, students learn theories about communication and media expression techniques. The Faculty of Information and Communications offers conscientious education with small class sizes, via extensive support from faculty staff, spanning from fundamental learning in the first year to graduation research in the fourth. It also features a cutting-edge information environment that is conducive to learning.
Original site: Faculty of Information and Communications (Japanese)