This educational program is run by three departments, civil engineering, architecture and urban planning. Based on ‘Transdiciplinary Education Program’, students who received certain credits will be issued the certificate of this program. This certificate is an evidence to show that you have obtained enough knowledge and skills of mitigation and recovery of great disasters. Thus, students who have finished this program are expected to play a role as leaders base on two different phases, at the process of recovery after the disasters and also at daily bases.
This program was designed by faculties, who has worked to explicate the mechanism of great disaster or worked for actual recovery process after 2011 Tohoku Earthquake, who believe it important to invite professionals who can understand and act comprehensively for disaster mitigation and recovery. Through this program, students are expected to obtain abilities to redesign integrated mitigation and recovery strategies based on various special disciplines offered by departments of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urban Engineering.