Faculty of Science and Technology /
Graduate School of Engineering

Faculty of Science and Technology now has two departments (eight divisions), and Graduate School of Engineering has one master’s (six divisions) and two doctoral departments. The faculty staff endeavor to motivate the students to pursue the solutions even for the unseen problems, to acquire the internationally acknowledgeable intelligence, and to grow the respectable humanity of contributing the intelligence to their communities. The ultimate goal is to foster the professionals who are full of originality and creativity.

Each undergraduate division focuses on the following specific goals:

Division of Mechanical Engineering focuses on educating the most-advanced mechanical engineering as well as basic technology. You will use technology related to mechanical engineering, mechatronics, and advanced technology-related fields, and technology developed for the effective use of energy. Furthermore, you will apply practical skills such as mechanics and 3D-CAD necessary to develop and design mechanical systems, machine element/device design methods, and structural analysis. We provide comprehensive education, research, and experiments on mechanical engineering that include the structures and theories of the turbomachine, engine, gas turbine, and application design.

Division of Electrical and Electronic Engineering focuses on providing both knowledge and a learning environment needed for comprehension of the basics to application of electromagnetics, electrical circuit, electronic circuit, measurement, control, communication, materials, electromagnetic waves, high voltage, and computers in order to foster human resources that every industrial field needs. As for the research fields, we offer challenges in a wide variety of fields ranging from technologies that support the foundation of contemporary society such as the motors, networks, electric power sources, semiconductor materials to plasma, voice recognition, electromagnetic wave analysis, and robots.

Division of Mechatronics focuses on familiarizing students with the fields of mechatronics, robotics and cybernetics based on mechanics and electronics. Students will gain knowledge of mathematical modeling and also acquire high-level simulation skills based on scientific theories. The ultimate aim of the division is to develop abilities so that students will become successful engineers and researchers with specialized knowledge of mechatronics and assistive technology. Such graduates have the potential to contribute activity to a diverse society where all citizens can enjoy barrier-free living regardless of their age, size, ability or disability.

Division of Architecture focuses on fostering engineers that have knowledge in mathematics, natural science, and information technology that form the basis of architecture in order to create safe, secure, comfortable, and sustainable architecture and cities. You will learn physical basics, CAD, and simulation technology necessary for architectural innovation. This is in addition to a wide variety of advanced education and research with a focus on architectural environments, architectural planning, urban planning, building construction, and architectural materials/construction with an integration of academics, technology, and art.

Division of Mathematical Sciences focuses on cultivating students’ basic abilities of logical thinking, scientific analysis, and creative conception through the process to generalize and abstract concepts of numbers, expressions, and shapes. Additionally, we will foster the spirit of scientific reasoning to see phenomena and judge circumstances in the real world. We will raise people who have those abilities summed up and merged. They would play a leading role in various areas in our society as experts with high skills and proper judgement.

Division of Computer Science and Intelligent Systems focuses on providing an education and participating in advanced technology research that ranges from the basics of information science to application of information/intelligence engineering. In addition, you will learn the latest technology and its applications as related to the programming techniques and software development techniques that form the basis of ICT. This includes computer theories and design capacities; support for the information society such as the Internet and security; and multimedia and knowledge processing to effectively use big data.

Division of Natural Sciences focuses on educating comprehensively a wide range of natural sciences theories including biological science, material science, geoscience, and scientific technology that contributes to the development of the local community. In the curriculum, lectures on each basic field of physics, chemistry, biology, and geoscience are prepared as required subjects. Based on these subjects, studies on quantum theory, molecular structure analysis, environmental biology, and space science will deepen your knowledge. Your “practical skills” will be cultivated with a fusion subjects in each field and subjects from which to share your expertise with society.

Division of Applied Chemistry focuses on educating subjects including physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, high polymer chemistry, biochemistry, and food-related subjects that form the basis of chemistry and application fields. In order to acquire the specialized knowledge and experimental techniques required for your intended research, you will choose and learn relevant specialized subjects. To culminate your four years, for your graduation research you will learn manufacturing from the perspective of atoms and molecules (material exchange, energy conversion/storage materials, highly functional/high-performance materials, high-precision microanalytical technique, food/biological science, waste resource recycling system).

The aim of the Master’s program is to improve and sharpen students’ academic skills. In view of this aim, students will attend lectures which focus in detail on specific areas in their field of study. Academic support for students will be provided by researchers who are experts in their fields. Doctoral candidates are expected to develop their research skills independently, especially in material science and environmental engineering. Doctoral candidates may pursue research studies in English for desired students.

Faculty of Science and Technology

Departments Divisions

Innovative Engineering

Integrated Science and Technology

Graduate School of Engineering

Programs Departments Divisions

Master's Course

Doctoral Program