Faculty of Engineering
|Department of Mechanical System Engineering|
Mechanical system engineering includes the leading edge technology of auto industry, the symbol of Japan’s industrial community. This department focuses on experiments and practical training. It fully examines a wide range of topics, from the basics, such as material, heat, and fluid dynamics, to advanced applications of IT equipment, including computers, an essential element in equipment development. We produce top-class engineers who can stay ahead of the high pace of the new century through their practical skills in machine development in new fields. One feature of this course is its solid research facilities, which are so modern that businesses come to view it.
|Department of Electronics and Computer System|
Technologies for the transmission, storage and compression of large amounts of data at high speeds, including MP3, DVD and ADSL, were all realized along with the development of information electronics. We develop high tech engineers and researchers for the next generation through a curriculum that focuses on experiments and practical training in advanced facilities. The course ranges from the basics to applications, with a focus on electronics and computers. This course receives many employment inquires from many businesses every year thanks to its ability to instill the knowledge and techniques necessary for our modern information society.
|Department of Computer Science|
This course aims to thoroughly teach both the software and hardware sides of computers to develop 21st Century technicians and researchers with the advanced abilities to keep up with the theory and practice of preeminent personal computer networks and their speed. We have prepared an exhaustive curriculum of software and hardware to cultivate the wide range of knowledge necessary for research and development. In particular, we provide substantial practice with programming languages, which are essential for the operation of computers, so that students are able to perform complex programming before graduating.
|Department of Industrial Design|
With a focus on items that touch our everyday life, including furniture, cars, parks and public spaces, this course teaches how to use engineering concepts and methods to create a better way of life. By drawing out useful and practical work skills, this course aims to provide an extensive overview of the basics and advanced applied skills and develop graduates with design skills that can meet the future needs of society. We also foster the ability to consider what role a created object plays in real life.
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