Civil Engineering and Policies for Developing Countries Ⅱ(2.0 credits)
|Division at course||：||Master's Course|
|Department Name||:||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate|
|Starts 1||:||Autumn Semester ,every other year||1 Autumn Semester|
|The objectives of this course are (1) to study the fundamental knowledge on planning, design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure in Japan, as well as developing countries; (2) to survey various issues in civil engineering, including the environmental problems and recent development of regional disaster mitigation activities.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
1.explain planning, design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure in Japan, as well as developing countries, and
2.explain various issues in civil engineering fields.
|1. Introduction to disaster risk assessment
2. Water resources and river basin management
3. Costal zone management
4. Infrastructure development under aid programs
5. Infrastructure projects in developing countries
A report must be submitted after each class.
|Textbooks will be recommended at the right time.|
|Reference books will be recommended at the right time.|
|Based on the evaluation of all reports.|
|Students are encouraged to ask questions in the class.|