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Faculty of Information Culture

The Department of Information Culture provides instruction in technology and equips learners with the knowledge to succeed using the information, as well as to to learn the mechanics and functions of the information systems as they are closely related to human activities and the social environment, and also to develop human resources which can play an active part in the information society. In addition , the department contributes to society and the community by providing education and research to meet the needs of industry, such as research institutions and local Niigata Prefecture industries.

Education that Responds to the Needs of Society

Classes and practical training are given to help students gain qualifications in such areas as the "Fundamental Information Technology Engineer Examination", "The Official Business Skill Test in Bookkeeping", "MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist", "FP (Financial Planning) Skills Test" and "TOEIC”.

English Education Corresponding to the International Community

Students can study English from the first up until their third year, and can become proficient in "Useful English Skills " . In order for students to experience first hand "Living English" and the "North American Information Society", the department offers program of short-term study to Canada of about five weeks.

Collaboration with Companies as well as the Region

In the Department of Information Culture students will immediately be able to help in the form of making a "social contribution" and a "local contribution". By practicing in the community, they will be able to realize that they are learning the knowledge that will help in the future.