School of Science and Engineering

Develops engineers with problem-solving abilities who can cope with rapid progress and the diversification of technology

The School of Science and Engineering conducts education and research activities in a practical manner within a framework encompassing five fields – science, engineering, information, life science, and environment – with the aim of developing researchers and engineers who can adjust to the rapid progress of science and technology in a dynamic society and who can be in humanity as members of society. Its basic policies provide venues where students interact with advanced research and development activities beyond the bounds of their academic majors and departments, which enhance their abilities to identify and solve problems. Students in their second year select a main course and a sub-course from among sixteen offerings in six academic categories, making it possible for them to strengthen their specialties and expand the scope of their interest to broader fields.

Division of Science

Bachelor of Science

Focuses on a new age of science and technology
where students acquire extensive knowledge and applied skills, beginning with the foundations of mathematics and the natural sciences

As well as forging an educational system capable of teaching a broad range of applied skills while still valuing the basics, the Division also equips human resources with the creativity and expertise to perceive the essence of problems and find resolutions.

[ Courses ]
• Mathematics
• Physics
• Chemistry
• Mathematical Informatics

Division of Life Science

Bachelor of Engineering

Aims to develop technologies that underpin healthy living such as regenerative medical techniques, novel agent and functional foods

Our division seeks to achieve green – and life-innovations for human healthcare, through the development of the social and technological skills of our students.
The department presently teaches two courses; the Environmental Science and Technology course and the Bioscience course. The main foci of the former course are applied microbiology, food science, and ecology for a sustainable society, while those of the latter course are the chemistry and developmental biology related to regenerative and pharmaceutical medicines. We integrate our educational and research activities to enable our students to adapt to social and technological changes, through collaborations with both the commercial and public sectors.

[ Courses ]
• Molecular Bioscience
• Environmental Biotechnology

Division of Information Systems and Design

Bachelor of Informatics

Produces engineers to be well-versed in information technology and social science, and explores the comprehensive informatics that are the foundation for computer technology

The Division provides informatics specialists with expert knowledge and practical skills as they learn about informatics, which comprises several different areas, including; information, networks, computers, modern society, and creative expression.

[ Courses ]
• Computing and Software
• Information Systems
• Intelligent Information Design
• Amusement Design

Division of Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

Educates engineers who can adapt highly specialized technologies and cutting-edge engineering

Aiming to train skills required for mechanical engineers, the course provides a basic curriculum of material mechanics, mechanical dynamics, fluid dynamics and thermodynamics. The emphasis of the education is placed to understand the fundamentals and advance expertise on analysis, design, manufacture and control of mechanical devices.

[ Courses ]
• Design and Analysis
• Manufacture and Control

Division of Electronic Information and Biomedical Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

Fosters human-friendly system engineers through education and research on electronics, computer and biomedical technology.

With the social needs on talents with skill and knowledge of system engineering to enhance the electrical and healthcare industries and society, this program provides a well-balanced portfolio of computer and biomedical engineering. This program emphasizes the education, research, and development of applied electronics, computer and information system technologies by acquiring knowledge on electric and electronic engineering, electronic device & material, computer control, physiology and biomedical engineering.

[ Courses ]
• Electronic and Computer Engineering
• Electronic Systems Engineering

Division of Architectural, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

Develops engineers who can contribute to building a sustainable society of the future

This program trains engineers in architecture, civil engineering, and environmental and city planning, with an emphasis on developing engineers who can contribute to building a sustainable society. Students learn about construction technologies, acquire expertise in environmental protection and environmental forecasting, and learn about the information technologies that support an advanced information society.

[ Courses ]
• Architecture
• Civil and Environmental Engineering

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