Syllabus

SubjectCAREER AND SOCIETY [1st half of semester]

Class Information

Department Name
POLICY MANAGEMENT / ENVIRONMENT AND INFORMATION STUDIES
Course Registration Number
07763
Subject Sort
B6082
Title
CAREER AND SOCIETY
Field (Undergraduate)
Fundamental Subjects - Interdisciplinary Subjects
Unit
2 Unit
Year/Semester
2022 Spring
K-Number
FPE-CO-03303-211-07
Year/Semester
2022 Spring
Day of Week・Period
Fri 4th , Fri 5th
Lecturer Name
,Yasuyo Yoshizawa
Class Format
Face-to-face
Language
Japanese
Location
SFC
Class Style
Lecture, Group Work
GIGA Certificate
Not applied

Detail

Course Summary

Several topics on Career and Society will be discussed in this course. Dynamic changes of Japanese society have made major differences in work styles, competencies, and career development. We analyze those shifts from social and individual perspectives. Please note that this course does not touch on a macro level perspectives such as labor economics.

The purposes of this course are not only to understand concepts of career development in changing society, but also to think about your own career development. Students who are interested in becoming a professional in Human Resource Management/Development, HR business, career education, and adult education are expected for this course.