ABOUT DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM
This program trains future managers and entrepreneurs with particular strengths in the DX domain. Making truly impactful DX initiatives requires a broad and deep understanding of the technology trend and the organization. It must be clearly understood that DX is not just a matter of implementing novel digital solutions.
This program does not aim to train students to become IT specialists in any specialized subfields. We expect students to master the fundamental and long-lasting IT knowledge and principles. A degree in this program will certify you to be a professional who is equipped with essential panoply for DX.
Graduates are expected to retain the competency of capturing the latest technology trend by themselves to be ready to employ suitable technical elements of the day. They will ideally become an “orchestral conductor” for the DX projects. They will achieve the effective and successful implementation of DX and creation of competitive value for an organization.
DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM
Students entering the digital transformation program are required to enroll for a minimum of one year (three terms).
Course / credit requirement
Students are required to complete a necessary number of credits of core required courses, core elective courses, and elective courses in accordance with the requirements. Credits will be given to students who have completed all activities related to the assessment specified in the course syllabus and have a final evaluation score of 60 points or above out of 100 or equivalent.
The required number of credits for the master of digital transformation degree is 32 credits.
|Core Elective courses||12||8|
|Required credits for graduation||36||32|
*In the case of a research report, only 2 credits will be counted to the graduating credit.
MA Thesis/Research Report Requirements
Students are required to complete an acceptable MA thesis or Research report under the guidance of supervisors.
Final Examination Requirements
In the thesis option, students are required to pass a final oral examination conducted by an examining committee on the topic of their thesis. In the research report option, no oral examination is required. The examining committee decides how to conduct the final examination.
Students are required to obtain a total GPA of at least 2.5 out of 4.0
About the School
When the International University of Japan was founded in 1982, its mission was to develop future leaders with a high level of specialized theoretical and practical knowledge, as well as understanding ... Read More