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Civil Engineering and Policies for Developing Countries Ⅰ(2.0 credits)

Code:8328
Division at courseMaster's Course
Course Type:
Class Format:Lecture
Department Name : Civil and Environmental Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate
Starts 1 : Autumn Semester ,every other year 2 Autumn Semester
Lecturer : Kiichiro HAYASHI Professor  Miho IRYO(ASANO) Associate Professor 

•Course Purpose
The objective of this lecture is to learn the basic academic knowledge and the ability to solve the issues related to civil and environmental engineering for social infrastructure development in developing countries.
The goal of this lecture is that the students will understand the basics and applied skills of analysis methods of the issues related to sustainable development, environmental management and international cooperation in developing countries and then learn the comprehensive way of thinking to tackle of the issues

•Prerequisite Subjects
Civil Engineering and Policies for Developing Countries II

•Course Topics
1.Development
2.Development and agriculture
3.Development and industrialization
4.Sustainable development
5.MDGs and SDGs
6.Environment and resource issues in developing countries
7.International environmental management(international treaty, international organization)
8.International cooperation

To review the contents of the lecture to understand specialized topics.

•Textbook
Documents will be provided at the lecture if needed. And some references will be provided if needed.

•Additional Reading
It will be assigned in the class if necessary.

•Grade Assessment
Evaluation is based on essay exam (20%) and final examination (80%).
The C grade is the minimum requirement for passing this lecture.
The success criteria is to understand the basics and applied skills of analysis methods of the issues related to sustainable development, environmental management and international cooperation in developing countries.
It employs the course registration withdrawal system.

•Notes
There is no condition for taking this class.

•Contacting Faculty
In the class and/or by e-mail.

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