Research & Staff
Our department comprises three core programs—Society and Humanity, Spatial Planning and Design, Water and Material Cycle—as well as the cooperative course Spatial Information Science. We engage in education and research on analysis, evaluation, prediction, creation, and management of physical and socio-cultural environments at the architectural, urban, regional, and global levels. By introducing a multi-faceted approach that covers the natural and socio-cultural sciences, we provide students with the ability to accurately deal with a variety of challenges in environmental studies.
We also play the central role in the Integrated Environmental Design Program, which develops practical skills in comprehensive environmental design, and help to run the Environmental Management Program. In addition, we play the leading role in social outreach and educational activities conducted with the Urban Design Center Kashiwa-no-ha (UDCK).
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