Aiming at Lifelong Education, Practical Professional Education, Open Education, and Information Education to secure the state's competitiveness in the knowledge and information society
As the life span of knowledge and information is getting shorter in the knowledge and information society, it is urgent to re-educate public officials and workers in the public sector to secure national competitiveness. Therefore, the graduate school aims for lifelong education, practical professional education, open education, and information education. Lifelong Education with the opportunity for knowledge informatization education is provided to public officials who are likely to have a stagnant and narrow field of view to enhance the ability to produce the information required in the area and improve the ability to solve problems in depth. By breaking down the existing academic classification system, the curriculum is organized in a practical way. And the introduction of remote lectures alleviates the temporal and spatial constraints of local officers. Students will learn information technology that is highly useful in practical affairs, and develop the ability to actively use information technology in business processing and providing administrative services.