The five years of consistent general education courses and engineering studies provide the students with theories, expert knowledge, and rich experimental technology in addition to strengths of application, development and creativity so that the students will be active in the future as richly creative, and practical engineers.
Besides the basic theories and expert knowledge for the mechanical engineering (material and structure, motion and vibration, energy and its flow, information and measurement/control, and design and manufacturing), the students gain a wide knowledge of applied technology of computer science including mechatronics and robotics. Furthermore, cutting-edge design technology and process technology using CAD/CAM is also in the scope of study.
Students study electrical and electronic technology and information communication technology to become engineers who play active (leading roles in such fields as infrastructure, like electric power and railways; designing and manufacturing various electrical and electronic products, such as smart phones and digital household appliances; machines; chemicals; food and IT). The students in this department, on graduation, acquire Class 2 Electrical Engineer Qualification.
Students study the following technologies:1) software technology such as programming, computer architecture, network and operating systems 2) hardware technology such as electromagnetics, electrical circuits, electronic circuits and devices 3) hybrid software-hardware technology such as control theory and technology utilizing micro-computers and FPGAs.
An “Applied Chemical Course” for studying industrial chemistry and “Bio Chemical Course” are available. In addition, so that the students in both courses acquire knowledge and technology related to fine chemicals such as medicines and cosmetics, as well as plastics, environmental preservation and other areas, they learn the latest chemical theories and biotechnology.
This department is for students to learn basic theories, knowledge and technology of material engineering such as physics and chemistry of materials, and structures, physical properties, functions, manufacturing processes and material design so that they acquire the practical capability to flexibly and appropriately cope with manufacturing and R&D. Supporting the development of human life and industry through materials, the students learn to become engineers who can play an active role in the global society.
The education program in the Advanced Course is designed for students to take part in technological innovations while acquiring broad high-level, expertise in fields related to Production Systems Engineering to meet Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (JABEE) certification standards. In addition, the education program encourage the students to develop research and development capability, a mind for studying issues deeply, problem-solving capability, and comprehensive decision-making including engineer’s ethics; and to acquire English communication skills, so that they build the ability to develop new technologies.
(enterd after Apr. 1 2017)
The Advanced Engineering Courses comprise three courses (Environmental and Resources Engineering Course, Energy and Functional Innovation Course, and Robotics Technology Course), and has a special program calling “The Global Engineering Program.”. The special program is also available to develop human resources with internationally acknowledged high technological skills as well as leadership.
The students acquire the credits specified for one course or two courses, and can be given a bachelor’s degree in engineering by acquiring the credits specified for National Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement of Higher Education (NIAD-QE).
(enterd by Mar. 31 2017)
(enterd by Mar. 31 2017)