Academics

Major & Course

Master's Program
Advanced Mathematics and Physics

*At the Master's level, Physics Course are available in Japanese only.

Mathematics and physics require an exceptionally high level of versatility in comparison to other academic fields within science and engineering. In terms of education and research, mathematics and physics continue to become more essential elements of the ever expanding range of academic fields. These areas are not limited by a scientific framework, but are highly related to all fields, including anthropology, society, and economics studies, as these various fields are interrelated and have contribute to each others' development. Examples of this phenomenon include the role that mathematical sciences has played in the fields of finance and information security, as well as the collaboration of physics and engineering fields in energy issues and nanotechnology.

  • Mathematics Course
  • Physics Course
Advanced Electrical, Electronic and Computer Systems

Modern electrical engineering plays a significant role in everyday life, as exemplified by society's dependence on devices and technologies such as satellite communications, broadcasting, medical systems, electricity, traffic systems, energy conversion technology, computers, A/V systems, and mobile phones. The proliferation of solar energy generation and the use of laser optics in high-speed communications, optical recording, and optical input/output demonstrate the increased relationship between electrical and optical engineering, as well. This program allows students to deepen their knowledge in these fields and apply their research to meet society's increasing demand for, the development of high-performance and large-scale electrical/information systems for use in automobiles, home information appliances, communications, microminiature medical devices, and other technologies that cannot be realized solely with software.

  • Electrical, Electronic and
    Computer Systems Course
Advanced Mechanical Engineering and Robotics

Mechanical Engineering provides necessary, fundamental support for the manufacturing process, from material development to designing, processing, production, operation, and maintenance. Manufactured items range from large space structures to nanoscale manufacturing. As the relationship between electronics and information sciences continues to grow stronger, mechanical engineering continues to grow beyond conventional boundaries into new frontiers. This Master's Program combines the fields of mechanical engineering, robotics, and microsystems technology in the pursuit of comprehensive education and research.

  • Mechanical Engineering Course
  • Robotics Course
  • Micro Systems Technology Course
Advanced Architectural, Environmental and Civil Engineering

Human life is not protected by medicine alone. Urban infrastructure also plays a critical role in assuring public safety. There is greater demand than ever before for experts in the field of engineering to work with other fields to solve the environmental problems of the 21st century, and to create a new atmosphere of positive action. With the end of Japan's era of high economic growth and the aging of Japanese society, the country has experienced an outcry for buildings and cities that are not dedicated only to efficiency, but focused on comfort and quality of life features, such as accessibility, as well as environmental considerations.

  • Civil and Disaster Mitigation
    Engineering for Historic Cities Course
  • Environmental Systems and Civil
    Engineering Course
  • Architecture and Urban Design Course
Doctoral Program
Advanced Mathematics and Physics

  • Mathematics Course

    The mathematics course provides advanced interdisciplinary education and research in the field of mathematics. This course aims to incorporate engineering, information studies, and other fields through the expansion of algebra, analysis, and other applied fields.

  • Physics Course

    The physics course provides a wide range of education and research at an exceptionally high level in the field of physics. From theoretical physics to solid-state physics, from basic scientific fields to nanoscience, doctoral students pursue the interdisciplinary fields of physics systematically at a deep level.

Advanced Electrical, Electronic and Computer Systems

The Doctoral Program in Advanced Electrical, Electronic and Computer Systems provides advanced interdisciplinary education and research in electronic and electrical engineering fields. Students gain advanced systematic knowledge of a wide range of fields, from applied systems, device materials, and information communication, to basic and applied research on solar and laser optics as well as information engineering.

Advanced Mechanical Engineering and Robotics

The Doctoral Program in Advanced Mechanical Engineering and Robotics provides advanced education and research in the field of mechanical engineering. Students take part in systematic studies of exceptionally advanced fields related to mechanical engineering, robotics, and microsystems technology, including fields that exceed the boundaries of conventional mechanical engineering.

Advanced Architectural, Environmental and Civil Engineering

The Doctoral Program in Advanced Architectural, Environmental and Civil Engineering provides advanced education and research in the environmental and civil engineering fields. Student take part in systematic studies, from specific theories in civil system engineering, environmental system engineering, management skills development, and environmental policies in social sciences, to interdisciplinary studies of construction design and city design, and develop specialized knowledge and skills.