Nagoya University, School of Engineering Lecture information system (SYLLABUS)
Japanese

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

Code:8329
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 1 Autumn Semester
Lecturer : Associated Faculty  

•Course Purpose
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.

•Prerequisite Subjects
None

•Course Topics
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.

•Textbook
Textbooks will be recommended at the right time.

•Additional Reading
Reference books will be recommended at the right time.

•Grade Assessment
Based on the evaluation of all reports.

•Notes
None

•Contacting Faculty
Students are encouraged to ask questions in the class.

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