Advanced Engineering Faculty

The faculty provides a 2-year program for graduates of 5-year programs (a 7-year program in total). A goal is to prepare students to become engineers with an abundance of basic skills and advanced expertise that can respond to social changes from a broad perspective. Therefore, students not only receive training in their specialties, but also in advanced experiments and research so that they can cultivate their creativity, their ability to pursue research and development, and their ability to analyze and solve problems.

Students are also required to study the humanities to nurture their desire to contribute to society, to develop within them a sense of responsibility toward society and a corresponding sense of ethics. To improve communication skill in English, students are provided with a language learning system. The TOEIC is adopted as one of the standards to evaluate their performance.

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Advanced Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Course

Intended for graduates from the Colleges of Technology who majored in mechanical, electrical and electronic, electronic and information, and system control, this course offers education and guidance in research to develop in engineers not only a good command of computers, but also broad expertise and skills to increase competence in interdisciplinary fields.

Advanced Applied Chemistry and Material Engineering Course

This course is intended for graduates from the Colleges of Technology who majored in industrial chemistry, materials engineering, and chemical engineering. Through profound and practical engineering education, it aims at providing students with broader knowledge and development skills to become engineers who can deal with the development of new functional materials, as represented by fine ceramics, and biotechnology, encompassing information transmission and life process.

Academic and Career Options

Recently, out of about 200 graduates of 5-year programs, 100 have gone on to the next stage of education, which comprises 30 proceeding to our graduate program and 70 transferring to colleges (most of them are incorporated in the 3rd grade at national universities). Meanwhile, 100 students seeking jobs have received 20-30 offers per applicant for the last three years. It follows that all the students have successfully obtained positions in industry. Students who completed the 7-year program have gone on to master's courses or have found employment. As the ways of admission on recommendation have been arranged, more and more tend to proceed to master's courses at national universities. Meanwhile, students seeking jobs have been receiving more offers than 5-year program students. Thus, there are a variety of academic and career options when students complete a 5-year or a 7-year program. After joining the college, students are free to decide which option to pursue.

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Curriculum

Advanced Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Course

Liberal Arts Required Subjects 
Technical English I Technical English II
General English I General English II
Ethics for Engineers International Relations
Liberal Arts Elective Subjects 
Business Communication Theory
Specialized Common Required Subjects 
Advanced Algebra Methodology of Scientific Experiments
Environmental Protection Engineering Reliability Engineering
Applied Information Engineering Sensor Engineering
Solid State Physics  
Specialized Common Elective Subjects 
Mathematical Analysis I Mathematical Analysis II
General Chemistry Data Processing Systems
Applied Physics Advanced and Applied Technology
Bioengineering Basic Computer Science
Internship1 Internship2
Internship3 Pragmatic Industrial Mathematics
Specialized Advanced Required Subjects 
Strength Theory and Design Experiments on Electronic and Mechanical Engineering
Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Seminar Graduation Thesis Research
Specialized Advanced Elective Subjects 
Fluid Mechanics Energy Transformation
Control Apparatus Manufacturing Design Engineering
Composite Material Engineering Microprocess Engineering
Advanced Mechatronics Surface Engineering
Nondestructive Evaluation Human Interface
New Material Engineering Advanced Electrical Circuits
Electron Beam Technology Applied Electronic Circuits
Information Communication Engineering Digital Communication System

Advanced Applied Chemistry and Material Science Course

Liberal Arts Required Subjects 
Technical English I Technical English II
General English I General English II
Ethics for Engineers International Relations
Liberal Arts Elective Subjects 
Business Communication Theory
Specialized Common Required Subjects 
Advanced Algebra Methodology of Scientific Experiments
Environmental Protection Engineering Reliability Engineering
Applied Information Engineering Sensor Engineering
Solid State Physics  
Specialized Common Elective Subjects 
Mathematical Analysis I Mathematical Analysis II
General Chemistry Data Processing Systems
Applied Physics Advanced and Applied Technology
Bioengineering Basic Computer Science
Pragmatic Industrial Mathematics Internship1
Internship2 Internship3
Specialized Advanced Required Subjects 
Applied Chemistry and Material Science Seminar Experiments on Applied Chemistry and Material Science
Graduation Thesis Research  
Specialized Advanced Elective Subjects 
Resource Engineering Super molecular Biology
Advanced Organic Chemistry Molecular Bioscience
Advanced Polymer Chemistry Organic Material Engineering
Ecological Materials Chemical Information Engineering
Materials Structure Control Transport Phenomena
Advanced Analytical Chemistry Chemical Thermodynamics
Physics of Materials Phase Transition Engineering
Reaction Kinetics Material Strength Engineering
Fundamental Electrochemistry Bioinformatics
Applied Electrochemistry