- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Architectural & Construction Engineering
- Environmental System
The Graduate School offers 6 courses; Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Architectural & Construction Engineering and Environmental System. We educate and research advanced level theories and applications of specialized fields in Science and Engineering. Students are able to choose subjects from outside their major course to create more opportunities to research a topic beyond the boundaries of academic fields. We have 4 research institutes that support our research activities; The Material Science Research Center, Information Science Research Center, Asian Center for Environmental Research and The Frontier Research Center for Global Environment Science.
As Japan has little in the way of natural resources, science and technology becomes an important intellectual resource which sustains Japan’s society and economy. The Graduate schools of Science and Engineering undertake a significant role in creating these intellectual resources.
Our aim is to nurture students to gain the skills required to undertake roles in a creative research and development field and contribute to both Japanese and International society from a science and technology point of view, through learning and researching theories and applications in highly specialized areas.
The Graduate School offers 6 courses; Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Architectural & Construction Engineering and Environmental system.
We have The Material Science Research Center and Information Science Research Center as institutions to support our research activities. We also do research at our Asian Center for Environmental Research and The Frontier Research Center for Global Environmental Science which are assisted by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology -Japan.