Our University began with the Nagoya Training School of Electricity founded in 1912.
Opening of Jiyugaoka Campus in Nagoya Completion of Building No. 1
Faculties, departments and majors restructured to create three faculties and seven departments with a total of 14 majors.
Faculty of Engineering expanded to five majors, comprised of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
(Electrical Engineering Major, Electronics and Information Network Major), Department of Applied Chemistry (Applied Chemistry
Major, Biomaterials and Environmental Chemistry Major), Department of Mechanical Engineering (Mechanical Engineering
Major, Mechanical Creative Design Major), Department of Urban Environment major (Civil Engineering Major), and Department of
Architecture (Architecture Major, Architectural Design Major).
Faculty of Business Administration expanded to one Department of Business Administration and three majors (Management
and Information Systems Major, Business Management Major, Sports Management Major).
Faculty of Information Science expanded to Department of Information Science and two majors (Computer System Major,
Media Information Major)
Graduate of School of Engineering Master's Course renamed from Production System Engineering Course to Mechanical
Establishment of Graduate School Business Administration and Information Science Course, and establishment of Master's and Doctorate's Business Administration and Computer Science Courses.
Opening of Motoyama Campus in Nagoya
Opening of Regional Disaster Prevention Research Center
Completion of Building No. 13 (Mechanical Science/Business Administration and Information Science Department)
Two faculties and 10 departments restructured to create two faculties and six departments with a total of 12 courses. The Faculty of Engineering is comprised of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Electrical Engineering Course, Electronics Course, Information Network Engineering Course), Department of Applied Chemistry (Applied Chemistry Course), Department of Mechanical Engineering (Mechanical Engineering Course, Intelligent Mechanical Engineering Course), and Department of Urban Environment (Civil Engineering Course, Architecture Course, Environmental Engineering Course). The Faculty of Management and Information Science is comprised of the Department of Applied Information Science (Management Systems Course, Software Science Course), and Department of Marketing and Information Systems (Marketing and Information Systems Course)
Establishment of academic exchange agreement with the Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Establishment of academic exchange agreement with the University of Kentucky
Establishment of the Faculty of Management and Information Science (revision of the Industrial and Management Engineering Department)
Introduction of nine regular daytime and evening course departments (main daytime courses of study, main evening courses).
Establishment of Doctorate courses in Electricity and Materials Engineering Course, Production and Construction Engineering Course, and the revision of five Master's courses to create four Master's courses in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Course, Materials Chemistry Course, Production System Engineering Course, and Construction System Engineering Course, establishment of the Research Institute for Industrial Technology
Establishment of the Information Network Engineering Department
Establishment of an exchange program with the University of Nuevo Leon, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Creation of the International Exchange Center
Establishment of sister university status with Southeast University, Nanjing, China
Discontinuation of the Junior College of Aichi Institute of Technology
Establishment of an exchange program with Mexico University
Establishment of the Architectural Engineering Department; establishment of the Master's course for Mechanical Engineering, and Architecture
Relocation of university to Yakusa completed
Establishment of the Master's course in Civil Engineering; establishment of the major course of studies in Industrial and Management Engineering
Establishment of the Environment Engineering Research Institute
University President Koji Goto travels to China for talks with Chou En Lai in the first stages of Ping-pong Diplomacy
Establishment of the Architecture Department
Establishment of the Master's course in Engineering; establishment of the major in Electrical Engineering, and Applied Chemistry
Establishment of the Civil Engineering Department; Nagoya Junior College of Electrical Engineering is officially renamed Junior College of Aichi Institute of Technology
Relocation of the University to Yakusa is begun
Commencement of evening school for the Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Departments
Establishment of the Mechanical Engineering and Industrial and Management Engineering Departments
Nagoya Institute of Electricity is officially renamed as Aichi Institute of Technology; establishment of the Electronics Engineering and Applied Chemistry Departments
Founding of Nagoya Institute of Electricity; establishment of the Electrical Engineering department
Establishment of Nagoya Junior College of Electrical Engineering
Founding of the Nagoya Training School of Electricity