Faculty of Information Science Departments and Graduate Schools

Faculty of Information Science
Get full access to some of Japan’s most advanced facilities and equipment as you learn cutting-edge information science and technology

What you’ll learn in the Faculty of Information Science

  1. Get world-class software engineering skills with exceptional hardware and software at your fingertips!
  2. Open up endless career possibilities with an extensive array of experiments and seminars!
  3. Take on innovative projects aimed at making life richer!

Departments and majors

Department of Information Science

We turn out software engineers and digital media creators ready to step onto the broad global stage.
  • Computer Systems major

    Learn the software development technology and peripheral environments knowledge you need to become a successful engineer in ICT or the manufacturing industry.

  • Media Information major

    The digital media industry is undergoing constant expansion and development. We train world-class media creators with a full complement of integrated skills.

Education aimed at students with a rich humanity and the ability
to create the future of people and computers

  • MORIMOTO Masashi
Faculty of Information Science

The Faculty of Information Science implements research and education in the field of information communication technology such as computer systems and media information that support the information society.

Undergraduate students can systematically learn principles and techniques related to computer system development and content creation. Our educational philosophy is to train information engineers and media creators who can plan, design, create and operate excellent system and content.

In order to train students who acquire information ethics and can contribute to industry and society widely, we provide an educational curriculum which learns basic knowledge of information communication technology and fosters the development skills of systems and contents. It is worth mentioning that many exercise subjects such as programming, system building, content making and media processing motivate students and develop practical abilities.

I hope that students will not only acquire information communication technology, but also become people who have abundant humanity and can explore problems beyond their specialized fields.

Faculty of Information Science