College of Engineering
The College of Engineering provides students with the ability to investigate the basic principles of scientific and technological development and new knowledge in the field. It also enables them to participate in creating new technology, which in turn encourages real development in the industry. The college includes three schools with 10 courses of study: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering; School of Materials, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; and School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Marine-System Engineering. Students can deepen their specialized knowledge by gaining a broad perspective on fields related to nature, the environment, society, history, humanity, and culture, and by cultivating problem-solving skills for complex real-life problems. The college fosters highly creative researchers and engineers who can contribute to the world of science and technology on a global scale.
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Students gain comprehensive knowledge on electricity and electronics, information and communication, physics, and mathematical sciences, which are the core elements of the 21st century science. They learn about the structures of electrical and information systems; acquire skills to design, control, and operate the systems; and study the physics of device materials and mathematical sciences focusing on fundamental theories. We provide students with the ability to meet the demands of the highly information-oriented society.
School of Materials, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Students acquire knowledge about atomic, molecular, and compound structures; chemical reactions; and the composition of micro-scale materials. They also gain specialized knowledge that will lead to the discovery of new substances from three different perspectives: atomic and molecular function, chemical processes and systems, and materials.
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Marine-System Engineering
Students systematically study three fields of advanced engineering: Aerospace Engineering, Marine-System Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. They acquire specialized knowledge necessary for research and development in a wide range of areas including aircraft, rockets, spaceplanes, artificial satellites, nextgeneration ships, marine platforms, undersea robots, ocean resource utilization, environmental conservation, micro-machines, high-functioning robots, next-generation eco-friendly automobiles, and plant factories.