Mathematics and Information Course

Mathematics and Information Course, Science,Mathematics and Information, Department of Educational Collaboration

Cultivating comprehensive education scientists

To stay ahead in today’s ever changing society, it is important to take a scientific approach to various events and occurrences. Thus, the cultivation of scientists who can guide and support these activities is essential to our future education and social activities. This cultivates individuals who are equipped not only with specialized knowledge in the natural sciences, mathematical sciences, and information sciences, but also with the power of understanding, analytical skills, data analysis capabilities, and communication.
We cultivate individuals who can continue to learn in social contexts, including team schools, by using these technologies, skills, and methodologies to provide feedback into the education and advisory activities that occur in society, including school settings.

Prospective Students

  • Individual who wants to develop the science and mathematics information skills required in education settings and companies
  • Individual who is eager to explore unknown phenomena and explain their social significance to others
  • Individual who is interested in science-based educational support activities that affect schools
  • Individual who has ideas about the effective use of the natural sciences, mathematical sciences, and information sciences
  • Individual who wants to contribute to society by using their knowledge of science and technology and the field of computer science

Educational Goals 1

Develop specialized knowledge of math and information sciences

Students study the fundamentals of math and information sciences, and develop the ability to foresee the future in our rapidly developing information society

Educational Goals 2

Develop practical application skills in math and information sciences

Students will develop the highly important reasoning skills, as well as the skills of definition and extrapolation, needed in an increasingly diversified world, and will develop practical skills that can be applied in today’s information society.

Educational Goals 3

Develop an education-focused mindset in the math and information sciences

Students can acquire a junior/senior high school math instructor certification. This program teaches problem-solving skills using mathematical science and information science, and cultivates students who can be active in settings that provide education support in a broad sense, not just in school settings.

Areas of Study

Algebra, Geometry, Mathematical Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Information Science, Computer Science, Data Science