POLICY

Risk Management Department Three Policies

1. Graduation Accreditation Policy (Diploma Policy / DP)

Through a sense of mission to fulfill the responsibilities of risk management with a curriculum that will create and builds upon academic knowledge which combines both law and risk management through the principle of independent creativity.
Acquire the ability to gain knowledge and think critically in order to path the way for the future, which is essential to the practice. An undergraduate degree in law will be awarded for those whom have acquired the prescribed credits.

[DP1] The ability to be able to manage with the advanced knowledge and skill set in law as well as management based on the quality of the citizen.

[DP-1D] Civilian Basic Culture/Citizen Education
The ability to collect and use knowledge, skills, values and motivation to encourage a positive change in citizens and surrounding participating communities.

[DP-1E] Academic Knowledge and Technical Skills
Obtain and use theoretical knowledge and practical knowledge related to specialized fields.

[DP2] Sensibility as an International Liberator

[DP-2A] The attitude to understand the Japanese spiritual culture and to accept various values
Understand and see things from a global standpoint. Recognize the importance of interaction with various cultures and actively try to have cross-cultural exchange. The ability to promote mutual understanding and to build genuinely mutually beneficial relationships.

[DP-2B] Understanding the characteristics of oneself and society contribution
The ability of understanding the meaning of your personal existence and to strive to continuously improving upon that existence.

[DP3] The ability to understand the problem at hand clearly for rational judgment purposes.

[DP3-G] Situation grasping / Judgment
The ability to clearly and accurately grasp situations in which you and the group that you belong to are placed in and to respond appropriately.

[DP3-H] Logical thinking / Critical Thinking Ability
The ability to be able to rationally solve problems while eliminating bias whilst providing rational thinking.

[DP4] The ability to appropriately explore and analyze problems and situations

[DP4-F] Inquiry and Problem Solving
The ability to inquire and clarify thus identifying issues with rationally guided answers, judgments and conclusions. The ability to be able to clarify and implement to systematically collect and analyze a variety of arguments and analyze to design strategies and answer all open-ended problems and issues.

[DP4-I] Comprehension and analytical ability
The ability to efficiently solve problems by collecting and selecting relevant information, with appropriate writing skill and using numerical data

[DP5] The ability to pursue possibilities and the mindset to continue to achieve

[DP5-J] Creative Challenge and Achievement
The ability to pursue competence development consistently throughout the entirety of your lifetime.

[DP6] Global Communication Ability

[DP6-K] Expressive-ness / Interactive-ness
The ability to express and convey your thoughts concisely in sentences and vocally to others in a clear and justified way.

[DP7] The ability to accept a diverse range of values, overcome any conflicts without bias and have social spirit through co production to seek social stability, world peace and security.

[DP7-C] Understanding Others / Sense of Ethics / Public Mind
The ability to determine and understand right and wrong issues ingrained of human behavior and the ability to acquire the personal principle of self reflection and realization as a human being within society.

[DP7-L] Collaborative Force / Traction Force
The ability to solve problems as a collective group and to recognize one's position and responsibilities and to strengthen the overall solidarity of the group.

[DP8] Problem clarification, hypothesis construction, hypothesis testing, problem solving and the ability to repeat this thought process continuously.

[DP8-M] Self reflection
With connecting experience to knowledge, the ability to improve your acquiring of knowledge skills to a utilizable state and be able to transfer this knowledge and skill set to a variety of new and complex situations which can lead to comprehensive problem solving results.

2. Formation and implementation of the curriculum policy (curriculum policy / CP)

Using our universities philosophy of “spirit of independent creativity”, we assign subjects to support the legal mind (accurate, flexible judgment) on the basis of general education subjects that cultivate cultural foundation. In addition, we arrange a variety of specialized subjects for risk management, these subjects consist of four key areas of disaster management; the public security, global security and information security to foster comprehensive risk literacy (risk management ability).
By combining these key areas in cooperation with lecture style classes, exercises and integrated classes. Which will give you the knowledge and ability to learn, think,overcome obstacles and using theory based knowledge based on legal mind independently. Develops positive and steady risk literacy. Using this education process, risk management knowledge will be gained so in the case of an event or various modern social crises, there is personnel who have the knowledge of risk management policies and are fully capable of acting with initiative to implement and coordinate relative solutions and procedures to said issues and situations.

[CP1-D1] Citizenship and Participation

The ability to collect and use knowledge, skills, values and motivation to encourage a positive change in citizens and surrounding participating communities.

[CP1-E1] Academic Knowledge and Technical Skills

Obtain and use theoretical knowledge and practical knowledge related to specialized fields.

[CP2-A1] Global Sensibility

The ability to grasp concepts from multiple angles with a global perspective in mind and recognize the importance of interaction with a variety of various different cultures.

[CP2-A2] Cross-Cultural Adaptation

Interact with various cultures positively and multilaterally, promote mutual understanding and build genuinely mutually beneficial relationships.

[CP2-B1] Self-enlightenment

The ability to know the meaning of your personal existence and continue your efforts to keep improving yourself long term.

[CP3-G1] Understanding the Situation

The ability to clearly and accurately grasp situations in which you and the group that you belong to are placed in and to respond appropriately.

[CP3-H1] Logical Thinking

The ability to solve problems and issues rationally with the use of rational thinking.

[CP3-H2] Critical Thinking

The ability to solve problems and issues rationally with logical, unbiased thinking and an attitude that takes into consideration one's own reasoning.

[CP4-F1] Inquiry and Argument

The ability to clarify and analyze arguments systematically performed in order to set questions or identify issues and logically lead answers, judgements and the connected conclusions.

[CP4-F2] Problem Solution

The ability to create, validate and implement strategies for answering open-ended issues.

[CP4-I1] Understanding, Analysis and Reading Comprehension

The ability to rationally extract, analyze and logically understand the meaning and implication for each sentence expression.

[CP4-I2] Quantitative Analysis

The ability to grasp numerical data appropriately, infer the quantitative problems in various contexts that leads to the appropriate solutions.

[CP4-I3] Information Analysis

The ability to collect and select relevant information and to analyze and process effectively.

[CP5-J1] Continual Learning Base

The ability to pursue competence development consistently throughout the entirety of your lifetime.

[CP5-J2] Creative Thinking

The ability to integrate currently existing ideas innovatively with taking a certain amount of risks and lead to the desired result.

[CP6-K1] Writing Communication

The ability to express your thoughts clearly and concisely in sentences and communicate them to the reader without any uncertainty.

[CP6-K2] Oral Communication

The ability to clearly communicate ideas and beliefs verbally.

[CP7-C1] Ethical Thinking and Social Awareness

The ability to determine and understand right and wrong issues ingrained of human behavior and the ability to acquire the personal principle of self reflection and realization as a human being within society.

[CP7-L1] Teamwork

The ability to work together to solve problems collectively as a group with recognizing one's own personal position and responsibilities and strengthen the overall solidarity of the group.

[CP8-M1] Integrated and Applied Learning

With connecting experience to knowledge, the ability to improve your acquiring of knowledge skills to a utilizable state and be able to transfer this knowledge and skill set to a variety of new and complex situations which can lead to comprehensive problem solving results.

3. Admission Policy

For risk management the essential qualities we seek are human resources who have a sincere attitude, flexible mentality and generate ideas to constantly pursue solutions to confront the deeply complex modern society issues. Previous study while in high school or similar curriculums we require basic academic ability and knowledge to conceptualize a broad perspective and the social skills necessary to explore risk management. We seek people with high ethical standards and aspirations in order to have the capability to bear the heavy responsibility entrusted within those whom are in the field of risk management.