Graduate School of Applied Informatics, in reference to Special Exception on Education Based on Article 14 of the Standards for the Establishment of Graduate Schools, started offering day and evening classes and research guidances for Master's program since fiscal 2007, in order to meet with a growing demand for adult education.
||Article 14 of the Standards for the Establishment of Graduate Schools (Special Exception on Education)
Appropriate education to facilitate teaching and/or research guidance may be implemented in the evening or other times/periods if deemed especially necessary for educational purposes within any postgraduate course.
Day program: Monday thru Friday from 9:00 to 17:50 (1st to 5th lessons)
Night program: Monday thru Friday from 19:00 to 20:30 (6th lesson)
||Eligibility for attending night program
Adult students (Students who are working full-time in a private firm, government office, or medical institution, and cannot attend day program)
||Classes (credits) in night program
In total 15 classes (30 credits) are offered in a semester; a student can take up to 20 classes (40 credits) in 2 years. However, not all subjects are offered in night program; some subjects are only available in day program. [A student is required to earn 30 units for the Master's degree]