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Degree Programs in Undergraduate

The School of Engineering aims for students to acquire a solid foundation in engineering and develop the ability to understand and explain a broad range of issues , based on the principles and laws of basic sciences including physics and chemistry. Students can major in Applied Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering.


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Liberal Arts Subjects and Basic Science(1.5 years)

Liberal Arts , Social Sciences , and Science Subjects
Students in the International Undergraduate Programs study various liberal arts , social science , and science subjects. This segment of the program equips students with in-depth knowledge in a wide range of disciplines to help them deepen their understanding of various subjects. It also nurtures their abilities to continue to learn independently and broaden their range of interests.

Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Subjects
Introduction to Japanese Culture and Society; Introduction to Law; Introduction to Economics; Philosophies of Life and Play; Intercultural Encounters; Introduction to Psychology; Global Issues; Adjusting to Japan; Language and Communication in Society; Project Management.

Science Subjects
Frontier Research; Environmental Geoscience; Mathematics; Fundamentals of Mechanics; Electromagnetism; Fundamental Inorganic Chemistry; Fundamental Organic Chemistry; Fundamental Cell Biology; Introductory Biology; Basic Heat and Wave Theory; General Experiments of Natural Science; Descriptive Geometry; Exercises in Information Processing.

Titles and contents of courses may change without prior notice.

Specialized Classes(2.5 years)

Specialized Engineering Subjects
Students take specialized engineering subjects common to all four programs and specific to each program.

Common Subjects
Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
  • Introduction to Metallic Materials
  • Advanced Engineering I~IV
  • Introduction to Engineering Analysis and Measurement

Subjects Specific to each Program
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Electromagnetic Theory I - III
  • Analog Electronic Circuits I
  • Data Structure and Algorithms
  • Electronic Measurements
  • Practice in Logic Design
  • Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I & II
Applied Chemistry

Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
Civil Engineering

Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Structural Mechanics
  • Disaster Mitigation System Engineering
  • Hydraulics
  • Environmental System Engineering
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Mathematics of Planning
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering
  • Strength of Materials I and II
  • Dynamics of Machinery
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Experiments I and II
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Drawing and Design
  • Aerospace Engineering I and II
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