Expansion & Renewal

In 2013, the faculty instituted major reforms to meet the ever-changing demands of a modern technological society, and its seven existing departments were reorganized into four interdisciplinary departments. These departments offer students balanced educational programs of both basic science and advanced technology in interdisciplinary fields. Through this new system, we nurture engineers with a solid grounding in the natural sciences as well as a broad knowledge of modern technology.

Doctoral Program

  • Materials and Bioscience
  • Mechanical Science and Technology
  • Environmental Engineering Science
  • Electronics and Informatics, Mathematics and Physics

Master’s Program

  • Materials and Bioscience
  • Mechanical Science and Technology
  • Environmental Engineering Science
  • Electronics and Informatics, Mathematics and Physics

Each department has a Cooperative Graduate School System or contributed laboratories that are responsible for managing the advanced educational activities and collaborative research carried out by staff specialists utilizing advanced technology in collaboration with other institutes and/or companies. Through these programs, our research activities as a Center of Excellence (COE) continue to advance to higher levels.