Students will be qualified for the degree upon completion of the following requirements.
1.Period of Enrollment
In principle, students must be enrolled as a regular, full-time student in the Doctoral Program for 3 years. However, the degree may also be granted to outstanding students in less than 3 years. In this case, the minimum period of full-time enrollment is 1 year.
Students must obtain a total of 14 credits for the completion. 3 subjects (6 credits) from "Elective Course" and 2 subjects (8 credits) from "Research course" which will be carried on throughout 3 years are required to be taken.
Students must submit the dissertation after receiving the necessary instructions from their academic supervisor. The dissertation must be approved according to the procedure of the program and passed the final examination.
Recent Dissertation Titles
Academic Year 2018
A System Dynamics Modelling for Healthcare Demand and Smartphone-based Technology Adoption in Malaysian Public Hospitals
Academic Year 2017
Exploring Knowledge Process and Organizational Culture to Promote Individual Learning: An Empirical Study in Science Museums
Maximization of Energy Safety Using Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
Academic Year 2015
Alliance Management during Joint Development between Corporations -Investigation into important items when undertaking joint development and examination of a general-purpose model-
Market Creation for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles:Infrastructure Dependent New Products and Expectations
Implicit Patent Alliance Acquiring the Appropriability of Innovation
Academic Year 2014
Exploratory research on collaboration: Approach to individual, organization and strategy
Institutional study of the regional brand protection system in Japan
Demonstration of design-driven innovation: Analysis of intellectual property information
Technological Innovation System Building for Diffusion of Solar Energy Technology in Developing Countries: A Multilevel Analysis in Ethiopia
Academic Year 2013
An Empirical Analysis on the Promotion of MOT based Training Comparing Japanese and International Institutions
The Mediation Roles of Social Capital on University spin-off Performance. Lessons from Regional Universities in Japan
An Assessment of Customer Satisfaction in Micro Finance Institutions (MFI) in Bangladesh- Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
A study on Collaboration between Medical Professionals and Japanese Small and Medium-Sized Industrial Enterprises
Capabilities of the Business Manager in a Family Business - Research on the Capabilities of Manager Responsible for Innovation-