Graduate School of Engineering

The program offers four Master's Courses, and two Doctoral Course each which extends beyond its sub-division. Collaboration with the engineers and researchers from other disciplines as well as cutting edge research organizations from outside the university augments the development of researchers and engineers prepared for advanced technology agencies.

Master's Course
Master's Course
The program is comprised of four courses.
A student from adjacent or related fields of study may apply join each course.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Course
Lectures in Electrical Energy Engineering, Information Network Systems Engineering, Materials and Devices Engineering and Electronic Information Systems Engineering have been integrated into the program in order to foster an already comprehensive knowledge base and skills in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Networks Engineering. Through the close relationship between each course, complex technological advances can be made while furthering education and research.
Materials Chemistry Course
The field related to technological advances in high-tech materials is particularly important due to the ever increasing demand for newly developed materials in all areas of production. In the main course, a great deal of importance is put on conceptualization born out of a flexible mind as part of the fundamental ability of creating the new materials of the future. Learning and research leading to original results take place in the inter-connection of the four fields of Basic Chemistry of Materials, Materials Design Chemistry, Inorganic Materials Chemistry, Organic Chemistry.
Production System Engineering Course
Conceptualization both from the mechanical standpoint as well as from the management point of view are key elements of the production of manufactured goods and the mechanical standpoint is central to this course. A flexible mind and a wide perspective are essential as the student pursues research and learning concerning the direct link between the quality and efficiency of a product and the various fields that comprise the fundamental technology of materials, basic hardware involved in planning and production techniques, systems engineering used in production method systems, and software which support quality control technology.
Construction System Engineering Course
As needs for environments and spaces beneficial to all living things including those for people, the education of skilled workers in development, construction and preservation of man-made structures is urgently needed. This course differs from courses which focus on so-called hard technology, such as conventional planning, construction, and control, and focuses rather on soft technology including ecology, environment, disaster prevention, and ergonomics. Japan's largest research facilities are implemented in this course.
Doctoral Course
Doctoral Course
The Doctoral course is comprised of two major concentrations, and actively accepts working adults who have real work experience.
Electricity and Materials Engineering Course
The three elements of modern scientific technology, Energy, Information and Materials are united through the fields of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Materials Science. Our objective is the education of skilled engineers in the major technologies of the 21st century and the advancement of potential cutting-edge technologies as well as the development of highly sophisticated materials.
Production and Construction Engineering Course
The basis of this course is the integration of Production Engineering and Construction Engineering fields, as well as the soft technologies of Systems Engineering and Management Engineering, which make up the main body of Mechanical Engineering. Keeping The preservation of the harmonious relationship between nature and world society through scientific technologies as its main goal, the Doctoral course cultivates the education of talented people engaged in advanced production systems and social development, as well as building methods used in diverse facilities relating to living environments.