Graduate

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Digital Info Management

Goal of Education

Digital Information Management was first established as 'Knowledge Information Management' in 2008, to train the graduates as experts in collectin and managing large amount of knowlege and information from various field such as history and culture efficiently, and to make an retraining place for existing labor force adapt to new knowledge and information environment.
The name of major was changed into 'Digital Information Management' in 2015 to handle the digital information field more intensively.
After achieving the degree, graduates earn the 2nd librarian license.

Curriculum

Academic Guidance

Course Registration

- 6 credits per semester

Minimun Credits

- Thesis Submission: 24 creidts or more (must enroll 5 semesters)
- No Submission: 30 credits or more (must enroll 5 semesters), GPA 3.3 (B+) or more

All-round Test

- Qualification for Application: Must complete more than 2/3 of minimum credits
- Number of Subjects: 3 or more
- Pass Criterion: 70/100 or more per subject

Graduation Requirement

- Thesis Submission Degree
① Acquire 24 credits or more (must enroll 5 semesters)
② Average GPA B-(2.7) or more
③ Pass all-round test
④ Thesis Submission
- Non-Submission Degree (must apply after the fist semester; impossible to change)
① Acquire 30 credits or more (must enroll 5 semesters)
② Average GPA B+(3.3) or more
③ Pass all-round test