Environmental problems in our modern societies have become complicated and multifaceted. We need international and interdisciplinary viewpoints to understand global issues such as energy or climate change, as well as even local environmental problems. Furthermore, our activities are now inseparable from information and communication technologies (ICTs), which have greatly affected our daily lives. Thus, we also need to enhance our understanding of information engineering. The knowledge and skills taught in this stream are essential when playing an active role in global society. The aim of our program is to produce such talented people who are able to think about issues related to information and the environment from both global and interdisciplinary perspectives, and who can contribute their share to the promotion of well-being in international society.


Students can learn the basics of this stream from subjects including Introduction to International Studies V and Introduction to Media Information Technology. Mathematical and analytical skills can be polished through taking subjects such as Mathematics I and II, Statistical Science, and Data Analysis. These skills are also useful for subjects related to economics. In the information field, required subjects include Computer Science I and II, as well as Data Structures and Algorithms. In the environment field, required subjects include the Theory and Practice of Environmental Policy and Aquatic Environment.


  • Introduction to International Studies V
  • Mathematics I and II
  • Computer Science I and II
  • Introduction to Media Information Technology
  • Statistical Science
  • Data Analysis
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Theory and Practice of Environmental Policy
  • Aquatic Environment
  • Infrastructure and National Land
  • Urban Multicultural Planning
  • History of Urban Planning Thought
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • C Programming