Advanced Course

Advanced Course of Mechanical and Computer Systems Engineering
Advanced Course of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Advanced Course of Chemical Science and Engineering


The Advanced Course is structured for the regular course graduates who desire to receive advanced education to enhance creativity, interdisciplinary thinking, and international knowledge. Combining the programs of the fourth and fifth years of the regular course, the program of the advanced course is accredited by the Japan Accreditation Board of Engineering Education (JABEE). Students can get the Bachelor of Engineering degree by passing the accreditation process of the National Institution for Academic Degrees.


Advanced Course of Mechanical and Computer Systems Engineering

Based on mechanical engineering and computer science, this course provides students with comprehensive knowledge and skills for designing, developing, and manufacturing machines and computer systems. Some subjects are as follows: Tribology, Computer Architecture, Robotics, Advanced Information Theory, Advanced Fluid Dynamics, and Advanced Adaptive Signal Processing.

Advanced Course of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Based on electrical and electronic engineering, this course provides students with the comprehensive knowledge and skills for designing, developing, and manufacturing devices and electrical/electronic systems. Some subjects are as follows: Advanced Control Engineering, Introduction to Optical Properties of Soild Material, Integrated Circuit Designs, Advanced Signal Processing, Bioengineering and Plasma Engineering.

Advanced Course of Chemical Science and Engineering

By deepening the knowledge and skills related to materials, biotechnology and the environment, this course provides students with the capability of designing and developing new materials, bioprocesses and environmental clean-up devices. Some subjects are as follows: Structural Organic Chemistry, Transport Phenomena, Biophysical Chemistry, Biological Chemical Engineering, Inorganic Solid State Chemistry, and Advanced Materials Chemistry.


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