Faculty of Engineering Departments and Graduate Schools

Faculty of Engineering
Outstanding facilities and a curriculum focused on cutting-edge technologies inspires students to become exceptional engineers

What you’ll learn in the Faculty of Engineering

  1. Experience the thrill of monozukuri craftsmanship!
  2. State-of-the-art research facilities for every major!
  3. Cutting-edge engineering fields in five departments and ten majors!

Departments and majors

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

We train engineers and researchers with superior knowledge and character in electricity, electronics, and information who are ready push Japanese industry forward into the next century.
  • Electrical Engineering major

    Learn about innovative energy sources and power generation technologies, power electronics, and a host of other cutting-edge developments in the electricity sector.

  • Electronics and Information Networks major

    Get a practical education that covers both hardware and software, from the foundations of the electronics and information communications sector to pioneering fields of research.

Department of Applied Chemistry

Both the Applied Chemistry and Biomaterials and Environmental Chemistry majors start by giving first- and second-year students the foundational chemical knowledge that underlies modern science and technology—from inorganic and organic chemistry to analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, biochemistry, and more. In the third and fourth years of study, the program covers the sophisticated specialist knowledge they need in their respective areas of expertise.
  • Applied Chemistry major

    Use your knowledge of basic and advanced applications in energy materials chemistry, solid-state reaction chemistry, and more to create innovative materials and substances.

  • Biomaterials and Environmental Chemistry major

    Learn basic and advanced applications in chemical measurement, molecular recognition, and other disciplines to create new sensing devices and pharmaceuticals.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

We train the world’s future engineers, equipped with the creativity and a passion for inquiry they need to take Aichi’s proud monozukuri craftsmanship industry to the next level.
  • Mechanical Engineering major

    Students start with fundamental mechanical engineering technologies and advance into pioneering fields like micro- and nano-engineering and biomechatronics.

  • Mechanical Creative Design major

    Mechanical Creative Design engineers are outstanding all-around technicians with extensive knowledge of aerospace, automobiles, robots, and more.

Department of Civil Engineering

Civil and disaster engineers make everyday modern life possible, treat our natural environment with care, and help protect both individuals and nations. Students in this department focus on the training and practical education and research they will need for their future careers.
  • Civil Engineering major

    Civil engineers find ways to create social infrastructure that is kind to the natural environment as they learn to plan, design, and build the green, sustainable communities of tomorrow.

  • Disaster Prevention Engineering major

    Disaster prevention engineers protect people and their lives from the ravages of natural calamities. Students are given the knowledge and practical skills they need to make our communities safe and reliable. Research on how to increase our disaster preparedness is also essential.

Department of Architecture

From residential design to urban planning, Department of Architecture students are given the architectural skills they need to be involved in the wide range of building projects needed to meet our current social demands.
  • Architecture major

    Architecture majors are given the sophisticated practical skills they need to create ideal physical structures—buildings that are at once beautiful, functional, and safe.

  • Architectural Design major

    Architectural Design majors design individual homes and housing complexes in preparation for a professional career where they will create all aspects of residential environments, from interior elements to city planning features.

Giving students the practical education and community involvement they need to make a contribution to the world of monozukuri

The Faculty of Engineering has been offering its students the practical education they need to develop into professionals with solid skill sets, able to make their mark on the world of monozukuri craftsmanship. Our curriculum is built on examinations and practical training opportunities that make full use of our state-of-the-art research facilities, with a focus on students’ educational foundations and personal development. We are also working closely with private firms and municipal governments in ongoing projects that incorporate the latest technologies. Involvement in these projects gives students practical educational opportunities while fostering two-way interaction with the community, leading to the development of outstanding professionals with advanced expertise and a full complement of practical skills. Our graduates are highly regarded in their fields, and continue to secure excellent jobs year after year thanks to ongoing support from our career center and Faculty of Engineering staff.

Noboru Sugino
Chair
AIT Faculty of Engineering

PAGE
TOP