Academic Programs

Undergraduate School

Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture

Educational and Learning Objectives

Overall

This department nurtures engineers who have fundamental knowledge in the specialized fields of architecture and civil engineering, and a deep interest in, and a high level of awareness of the natural and social environment, who are flexible and full of ideas, with deep sympathy towards their fellow human beings, and a positive challenging spirit towards whatever endeavors.

 

Course of Architecture and Building Engineering

In order to produce an environment to relish spiritual enrichment around a living atmosphere, this course nurtures personnel who have acquired the technical knowledge of structural design, architectural facilities and construction techniques which are required for planning, designing and realizing architectural structures and urban atmospheres.

 

Course of Civil Engineering

Focusing on broader areas and larger structures, this course nurtures personnel who have acquired technical and engineering knowledge for planning and designing bridges and ports, etc, and for urban planning and disaster prevention systems in order to realize a safe and comfortable environment in which we can relish our spiritual enrichment.

 

Content

Through the two central pillars of Architecture and Civil Engineering, this department aims to train engineering designers who are capable of creating an environment rich in humanity, by providing education and research from the perspective of architectural space from housing, urban areas and local regions, as well as from the aspect of infrastructures, and the environment, and disaster prevention of national land, local regions and cities.

 

Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Materials Engineering

 

Educational and Learning Objectives

Overall

This department deals with the science and technology related to a wide range of mechanical systems and structural components that straddles all industrial fields. In addition to basic common knowledge, students will be nurtured in the fundamental and specialized knowledge of: the technology that links mechanical engineering and science, robot technology as intelligent machinery, knowledge-intensive complex machines as used in aerospace craft technology, and the development, manufacturing and assessment of constituent materials to determine the

function of mechanical systems.

 

Course of Mechanical Systems Engineering

Mechanical Systems Engineering is at the heart of “engineering craftsmanship,” and deals with the technical science for contriving, designing, manufacturing, inspection and operation of mechanical systems. This course nurtures engineers with the fundamental knowledge and advanced capabilities of in the areas of energy to realize mechanical systems in harmony with nature, environment conservation technology, development and production technology for functional mechanical systems, and mechatronics and robot technology for cooperating with

human society.

 

Course of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering is comprehensive engineering course which utilizes and consolidates a variety of components and elements of related technologies and builds up a highly sophisticated system. This course provides practical study in a wide range of elemental and system technologies, and nurtures human resources capable of systematic thinking for sophisticated manufacturing from a broad range of fields.

 

Course of Materials Science and Engineering

Material engineering is the fundamental study for manufacturing. This course deals with and includes material science and engineering, from designing, developing and processing to the evaluation of new materials. This course offers thermodynamics as a common foundation, studies of material strength and processing for fundamental material design and manufacturing, and nurtures students with specialized knowledge in manufacturing technology of material engineering.

 

Evening Courses

Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Material Engineering are main fundamental fields of engineering and industries. This course offers fundamental science and engineering and component technology in mechanical, aerospace and material engineering fields, and nurtures students with further capabilities in design technology and system structuring.

 

Content

In the fields related to mechanical engineering, we aim to foster education and research which covers the basics of mechanical, aerospace and materials engineering as well as the establishment of new technologies and applications in areas such as innovative industrial technology and integrated fields,keeping in mind the demands of and changes in society.

 

Course of Mechanical Systems Engineering

This course provides fundamental and practical education and research in mechatronics and robot technology, which has the objective to collaborate production technology with the society that has given machines intelligence, and which in turn has made the development and production of energy and environmental technology and functional mechanical systems necessary in order to harmonize mechanical systems with nature.

 

Course of Aerospace Engineering

This course provides the fundamental and applied education and research related to the subject of setting up aerospace systems with extensive and sophisticated systematic technologies.

 

Course of Materials Science and Engineering

This course provides education and research in materials texture, materials strength, and material mechanics which are fundamental to the study of materials design; physical chemistry and material processes, which are fundamental to the study of material processing; the fundamentals and applications for the material processing necessary for the creation of new and environment-friendly materials.

 

Evening Course

This course provides fundamental education and research in a wide range of industrial fields, by studying basic and specialized subjects in Mechanical, Aerospace and Material engineering.

 

Department of Applied Sciences

 

Educational and Learning Objectives

Overall

Along with chemistry, biology and physics as the pillars of basic education, each course also includes practical education in the application of these sciences. This division nurtures human resources who have sufficient fundamental and advanced knowledge and ethics to act creatively for society and, through natural science and applied fields, meet the demands of this new age.

 

Course of Applied Chemistry

This course nurtures human resources who open the future of scientific technology based on chemistry and chemical engineering from a broad field of aspects, utilizing the specialized knowledge of chemistry and fundamentals of bio-systems. We also foster engineers with skills in ethics, communication, teamwork and internationality, and have the ability to develop technology as a means of creating harmony between man and nature.

 

Course of Biosystem

This course nurtures human resources who will open the future of scientific technology based chemistry and biology, and their subsequent technologies, utilizing the specialized knowledge of chemistry and bio-systems, as well as the fundamentals of chemical engineering. We will also foster engineers with skills in ethics, communication, teamwork and internationality, and have the ability to develop technology as a means of creating harmony between man and nature.

 

Course of Applied Physics

This course provides education in physics-based scientific technology, and will nurture human resources who will be able to respond to the sophistication and complexity of society with indepth knowledge and creativity. We will also foster engineers who are ethical, trained in a broad field of subjects and have the ability to develop technology as a means of creating harmony between man and nature.

 

Content

In the first year education and research is provided for the fundamentals of natural science and the prerequisites for each of the courses offered from the second year. From the second year there will be a balance between the

specialized subjects for each course and subjects common to all the courses in this department.

 

Course of Applied Chemistry

The curriculum of this course extends from fields of chemistry with subjects such as physical and organic chemistry to the specialized field of chemical process engineering with subjects such as fundamental chemical engineering and chemical reaction engineering, and furthermore to fundamental biochemistry. We provide education and

research that aims for the discovery of new chemical synthesis and highly efficient chemical processing systems.

 

Course of Biosystem

By providing a curriculum of core biochemistry subjects such as biochemistry, microbiology, biogenetics, and of core fundamental applied chemistry subjects, we aim to provide education and research for leading-edge scientific technology that utilizes biofunctions and bio materials.

 

Course of Applied Physics

The curriculum of this course extends from the fundamental subjects of applied physics such as quantum mechanics, and statistical thermodynamics to semiconductor, superconductor and laser engineering. We aim to provide education and research that will nurture human resources who can investigate the structure and characteristics of materials on a micro level, and who can create leading-edge materials and scientific technology.

 

Department of Information and Electronic Engineering

 

Educational and Learning Objectives

Overall

Based on the spirit that this division was established in, we have fostered engineers who can contribute to the international and regional needs in society with a consistent ability to solve problems. In keeping with this tradition, we aim to nurture engineers with the following abilities:

1.[Fundamental knowledge and skills]Fundamental knowledge to comprehend natural phenomena and practical knowledge in their specialized field, and fundamental skills as

an engineer.

2.[Ability to apply and solve]Ability to utilize knowledge to plan and implement solutions.

3.[Logical thinking and ethic considerations]Ability to evaluate schemed engineering solutions objectively from many aspects and improve them through discussions with others.

 

Course of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

This course provides fundamental knowledge and skills in areas such as electronic devices, electronic technology, generation, supply and utilization of electric energy, specialized capability of robot and other control systems, communication skills, teamwork skills ethical considerations, etc, and furthermore, with the knowledge and ability to maintain advanced information society and its fundamental core technologies.

 

Course of Information and Communication Engineering

This course provides a broad range of well-balanced specialized ability, from fundamental theory to application of signal processing technology, communication methods and systems, quantum computing and computer engineering, etc, and also aims to foster communication skills, teamwork and ethical consideration, and furthermore to nurture human resources with core technology to maintain and upgrade information society.

 

Course of Computer Systemics

This course provides specialized ability in information engineering, such as algorithms, computer architecture, software engineering and information networks, based on information science and mathematical science, and also aims to foster communication skills, teamwork and ethical considerations, and furthermore to nurture human resources with core technology to maintain and upgrade information society.

 

Course of Computational Intelligence

This course provides specialized ability in fundamental information engineering and specialized ability in various core computer systems, such as optic information processing, acknowledgement and learning, artificial intelligence, etc, and also aims to foster communication skills, teamwork and ethical considerations, and furthermore to nurture human resources with core technology to maintain and upgrade information society.

 

Evening Course

This course nurtures students with the fundamentals required for engineers such as communication skills, team working skills and social ethnics, and in addition to a foundation of natural science,students are trained in specialized knowledge in information science, electrical engineering and electronic engineering, as well as in the core technology needed to maintain and upgrade the information society.

 

Content

We foster engineers who have specialized ability in information technology and electrical and electronic engineering, and who can contribute to the development of computers and their systems, information and

telecommunications networks, and technology that utilizes electrical energy.For this purpose, we have set up both day time and evening courses, for a total of five courses.

There are four specialized day time courses which fulfill the JABEE standards.

The one evening course will cover broader fields of study with a fewer number of students.

 

Graduate School (Master’s Course)

Division of Sustainable and Environmental Engineering

Applied Chemistry, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Architecture and Building Engineering, Civil Engineering, System Engineering for Public Works

 

Division of Production Systems Engineering

Mechanical Engineering,Robotics, Aerospace System Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Applied Physics

 

Division of Information and Electronic Engineering

Computer Systemics, Intelligent Informatics, Electrical and Communication Engineering, Electron Device and Instrumentation

 

Graduate School (Doctor’s Course)

Division of Engineering

Advanced Sustainable and Environmental Engineering, Advanced Production Systems Engineering, Advanced Information and Electronic Engineering

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