Early-Bird Ends on April 18 for Summer 2019 (TUJ, Continuing Education)

19 Mar 2019 16:17 | JHRS (Administrator)

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Summer 2019 "Early-Bird" Registration is Now Open!

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Early-Bird registration for Summer semester has opened! With this discount, you get 15% off on fees for any courses you register for Summer 2019 by April 18 and complete your payment by April 19. Don’t miss this chance! We offer an exciting array of courses in art, business, law, education, IT, and communications that help you meet your aspirations and enhance your career.

  • Applications must be received by 23:59(JST), April 18.
  • Payment must be completed by April 19.

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New Courses

Basic Statistics Using Python and R (PYR102)

Thanks to IT innovation, one of the key hot trends nowadays is about increasing data volume, computer speed, and Internet. Furthermore, since we live in the 3rd AI innovation era, you will see more AI applications in all business areas where knowledge and skills for AI are expected. Statistics is a core component in AI and the understanding of the concept of statistics and methodology is essential in the practical applications of AI. This course is the second level of the AI series of courses using Python and R. The objective of this course is to learn...

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SDGs: Issues in Sustainable Development (8 Weeks) (SDG101)

The course is for anyone wanting to develop a more critical understanding and awareness of current issues in international and sustainable development. Class participants will investigate core issues facing global society and their relationship with other issues. Using interactive methods with a wide array of online readings, class discussions, group work and final presentations, the class will help participants learn more about...

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Return to the 100 Acre Wood (LIN104)

In this companion course to LIN103, we will address four broad areas with reference to Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and their friends. After an overview of the challenging task of psychological measurement, we will address the nature of change (e.g., in age or location) as it pertains to language acquisition. Thereafter we will examine such language aspects as the critical period hypothesis, child language acquisition, and the nature of polyglots (speakers of several languages). The final unit will include practical cognitive facets such as memory enhancement and the benefits of 'possible selves'. This course is intended for...

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