Graduate School of System Design and Technology

The Graduate School of System Design and Technology (Master’s Program) features a curriculum designed to fulfill
TDU’s social mission of “developing human resources who contribute to society by technology.”
This is done by cultivating engineers who possess the advanced expertise for leading a super-smart society and contributing to the creation of appealing living spaces.

There have been calls for the realization of a super-smart society (Society 5.0) by utilizing technology such as the IoT (Internet of Things) and AI(Artificial Intelligence). Expectations for the development of information-related engineers and advanced manufacturing education are increasing.Japanese society is issuing urgent requests for the development of human resources who fulfill a role in information systems.
Furthermore, design studies that give form to function are expected to contribute to the promotion of the United Nations SDGs. Issues in our social life, industry, and the environment are becoming increasingly sophisticated, complex, and diversified. It is important that we further deepen
our advanced engineering knowledge in each field and establish an interdisciplinary framework across fields. Therefore, society requires scientists and engineers who not only possess a high level of expertise but also can contribute to the creation of appealing living spaces that support people.
In consideration of these social factors, the Graduate School of System Design and Technology develops human resources who are capable of the following:
1) solving problems with practicality and foresight
2) creating new goods, services, and spaces
3) changing our lifestyles
Our school merges human resources—the foundation of the next-generation information society—with technologies/knowledge across multiple fields. The Graduate School of Systems Design and Technology will fulfill TDU’s social mission of "developing human resources who contribute to society by technology" by producing human resources with expertise in the growing fields of information-related areas and design engineering.

Information System Engineering

Master of Engineering

Nurturing human resources who can create and support the foundations of the next-generation information society.

Students acquire essential and advanced technologies for transmitting, accumulating and analyzing the Big Data: Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, Internet of things (IoT), ultra-high-speed mobile communication, high-performance computers, and advanced programing skills.
Through research activities, the students will also acquire high ethical standards as engineers and the ability to flexibly respond to changes of the times,
diversification, and globalization.

[ Sections]
• Network Computer Engineering
• Software Engineering
• Data Science

Design Engineering and Technology

Master of Engineering

This program develops human resources who can create new goods, services, and spaces, and who can change our lives.

Through research activity, students take the initiative to acquire problem-solving ability which uses design thinking to address not only current issues but also future improvement of results that will be obtained in the future. Students also acquire knowledge related to users, society, and the environment, as well as related advanced and broad technology.
The objective is to cultivate a high sense of ethics as an engineer in scientific technology, and the ability to keep up with the times, and to respond to increasing diversification, and globalization.

[ Sections]
• Product Design
• Service Design
• Spatial Design

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