Graduate School: Master’s and Doctoral Programs

Project Based Learning (PBL) helps students to examine theoretical and real-world challenges, and then helps students to solve them creatively.

N.I.T. has reorganized the postgraduate courses with the new course “Environmental Symbiotic System Major” being added, and all courses adopting a PBL approach for first year postgraduate students. The adoption of PBL is to help students experience a dual learning system of practice and theory. PBL type graduate university courses educates creative engineers to achieve high level specialty skills, and high level research and development capabilities.

PBL is practical based education that helps develop students’ ability to identify challenges, and then use problem-solving ability to overcome those challenges. Using PBL, students proactively work designing and materializing their projects, to presenting the results of those projects. This curriculum helps students to acquire skills in a comprehensive way, such as an ability to think logically, to solve problems, communication skills, and presentation skills.

The methods used through PBL will then help students design and complete their master’s thesis for their master’s degree. Why don’t you learn at N.I.T. graduate school, where cutting edge technologies and methodologies are used, and aim to be an engineering leader in the workplace?

Project-Based Learning(PBL)
PBL is not a traditional one-way education system where teachers stand and talk, and students just listen and memorize. PBL is a new learning approach that leads students to identify challenges and solve problems independently and in groups. This is the first step to going out into the world with confidence.



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