Clear Concepts to Solve Regional Problems and Offer New Value

In the Design course, students develop the ability to create clear concepts, alongside practical design skills. To do this, they collaborate with local businesses and governments through a number of project-based classes that aim to address actual concrete problems faced by the region. This course cultivates human resources who pursue the inherent nature of things, investigating the relationships between people and things, ideas, spaces, and information to create designs that fit modern lifestyles, as well as human resources who can apply both traditional industrial techniques and cutting-edge techniques with the proper balance to provide new value.

First Class Junior High School Teacher's License (Fine Arts), First Class High School Teacher's License (Fine Arts), Museum Curator Certification