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Title: Program Recruitment Guidance


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ENVOL
Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies Major in
International Cooperation Policy ENVOL Program
Environmental Opinion Leaders for the Asia
Pacific
Program Recruitment Guidance Room F108,
2009.11.11 (1300 1400) Program
Coordinator Prof. Emer. Dr. SANGA-NGOIE
Kazadi sangank_at_apu.ac.jp
ENVOL
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The Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
  • Major in International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
  • 4 Divisions and 2 Programs

???? Development Economics (DE)
???? Environmental Policy and Administration
(EPA) ??????????????(IMAT)??????? -?????????????
??
???? Tourism Policy and Administration (TPA)
???? International Public Administration
(IPA) ??????????????(PHM)??
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EPA ????
TPA ????
DE ????
IPA ????
?????? ???????
? ICP Major Subjects (8credits)
ENVOL Program Environmental Opinion Leaders for
the Asia Pacific
ENVOL International Symposium
?????????
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Main Concept
  • Overview
  • ? 1st Year Lectures basic knowledge and
    theories
  • 2nd yearResearch and data analysis for
    Masters Thesis
  • Subprograms (as parts of the Research Projects I,
    II III)
  • ? 1st year - Summer Workshop
  • Kyoto University, Mie
    University, RU
  • - Field Research
  • In Japan Beppu, Oita,
    Mie, Kyoto
  • Overseas
    Philippines, Australia
  • 2nd year- International Symposium (in APU)
  • presentation and discussion of
    research outputs
  • - Internship
  • - Support for Academic
    Conferences and Symposia
  • - Submission of the Masters
    Thesis and refereed papers

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The ENVOL PROGRAM Recommended Subjects and
Credits
Category (Required credits) Category (Required credits) Contents
? GSA Common Subjects (10 Credits) (among which 4 Credits) ? GSA Common Subjects (10 Credits) (among which 4 Credits) GSA Common Subjects Special Lectures - Advanced Environmental Geoscience - Applied Conservation Biology - Applied GIS and Remote Sensing
ICP Major Subjects (12 Credits) ? ICP Common Subjects (4 Credits) (among which 2 Credits) ICP Common Subjects Special Lecture Environmental Modeling, Analysis and Assessment
ICP Major Subjects (12 Credits) ? ICP Major Subjects (8 Credits) Tourism Policy and Administration (TPA) Subjects Development Economics (DE) Subjects Environmental Policy and Administration (EPA) Subjects International Public Administration (IPA) Subjects
?Research Projects (1214 Credits) ?Research Projects (1214 Credits) Research Projects I,II,III (Masters Thesis), IV (Research Report) (one may select III or IV) Writing a MasterS Thesis is strongly recommended
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Registration Model(2-year Completion, Fall Entry)
Credits 1st Year 1st Year 2nd Year 2nd Year
Credits 1st Semester (Fall) 2nd Semester (Spring) 3rd Semester (Fall) 4th Semester (Spring)
GSA Common 10 Advanced Research Methods(2) The Environment and Natural Resources in Monsoon Asia(2) ?Special Lecture(2) Advanced Data Analysis a nd Statistics(2) ?Special Lecture(2)
ICP Common 4 Theories of Sustainable Development(2) ?Special Lecture(2)
ICP Major 8 Public Administration of Environmental Issues (2) Theories of Environmental Policy and Administration(2) Ecotourism in the Asia Pacific(2) Project Management (2)
Research Project 14 Research Project I(4) Sub-program Domestic Field Research Internal Presentation (RCAPS, etc.) Research Project II(4) Sub-program Intl Field Research Intl Symposium Summer Workshop Internal Presentation Composition of Masters Thesis Sub-program Internship ENVOL Intl Symp. Intl Ac. Conference Internal Presentation Research Project III(6) Sub-program Internal Presentation Intl Ac. Conference Refereed paper
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?( )denotes the number of credits ?
Subjects marked with ? are specific for the
ENVOL Program
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Registration Model(2-year Completion, Spring
Entry)
Credits 1st Year 1st Year 2nd Year 2nd Year
Credits 1st Semester (Spring) 2nd Semester (Fall) Program Registration 3rd Semester (Spring) 4th Semester (Fall)
GSA Common 10 Advanced Research Methods(2) Advanced Data Analysis and Statistics(2) ? recommended for registration in ENVOL The Environment and Natural Resources in Monsoon Asia(2) ?Special Lecture(2) ?Special Lecture(2)
ICP Common 4 Theories of Sustainable Development(2) ?Special Lecture(2)
ICP Major 8 Ecotourism in the Asia Pacific(2) Project Management (2) Public Administration of Environmental Issues (2) Theories of Environmental Policy and Administration(2)
Research Project 14 Research Project I(4) Research Project II(4) Sub-program Domestic / Intl Field Research ENVOL Intl Symp. Internal Presentation (RCAPS, etc.) Composition of Masters Thesis Sub-program Internship Intl Ac. Conference Internal Presentation Research Project III(6) Sub-program Internal Presentation Intl Ac. Conference Refereed paper
36 4 10 8 6
?( )denotes the number of credits ?
Subjects marked with ? are specific for the
ENVOL Program
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  • Special Lectures
  • Applied GIS and Remote Sensing

  • (Prof.SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi)
  • 2. Environmental Analysis, Modeling and
    Assessment
  • (Prof.
    SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi)
  • (Prof. ARII Ken)
  • Advanced Environmental Geoscience
  • (Prof.
    SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi)
  • Applied Conservation Biology
  • (Prof. ARII Ken)

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Prof. Dr. Alfred SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi Nationality
Dem. Rep. of Congo (ex-Zaire), Africa 1952
Born in Likasi City, DRC 1979 BSc (Physics),
University of Kinshasa (UNIKIN), 1982
Arrival in Japan. Osaka
Gaidai (Foreign Students Division) 1989
Doctor of Sciences (Geophysics)
Graduate School of Sciences, Kyoto University
1993 Associate Professor, Mie University
1995 Professor Full, Mie University 2007
Professor Full, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific Univ.
2008 Professor Emeritus, Mie University, Japan
1989 Founder and Chairman, SAVE AFRIKA PROJECT
(NPO) 1990 Founder and Chairman, SANGA
FOUNDATION, asbl (DRC) 2007 Dean,
International Cooperation and Research Division,
APU 2009 ENVOL Program Coordinator
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Why GIS and Why Remote Sensing ?
  • Remote Sensing allows to grasp the state of, or
    the change in,
  • the ecosystem
    over a broad area within a
  • sequence of
    temporal scenes
  • (qualitatively)
  • GIS (Geographic Information Systems) makes it
    possible
  • - to query for
    features or location of specific

  • states or changes
  • - to
    quantitatively measure the state or changes
  • - to simulate and
    predict changes
  • - to create
    quantitative scenarios for sound

  • Decision-Making, based on single or

  • multi-criteria analysis

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GIS
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What can we do with GIS ?
  • Organization (???)
  • Visualization (???)
  • Spatial Query (????)
  • Combination (??)
  • Analysis (??)
  • Prediction (??)
  • Decision Support (??????)

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Learning Outcome
  • The ENVOL Program focuses on developing the
    following skills
  • ? Skills in scientific observation and analysis
    of the state of,
  • or the changes in, the global
    biosphere
  • ? Skills in modeling and simulating the flow of
    materials and
  • energy in the biosphere for
    sustainable conservation,
  • development and management

  • ? Skills in writing and presenting environmental
    research
  • results on international platforms

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The End
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