Department of Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering 理工学部電気電子情報工学科

Educational Goals

Our educational goals include educating our engineers to have a complete understanding of electrical engineering and electronic communications engineering technologies such as electrical energy, optical/nano-devices, information communication, and automotive electronics to inspire them to innovate and create new technologies and methodologies that can benefit society.


Electrical, electronic, and communications technologies are part of every modern electro/mechanical product, from computers and game consoles to cars, airplanes, and artificial satellites. Furthermore, there are continuing and changing societal demands for new-energy technologies such as solar energy, wind-powered electricity generation, and electric cars to mitigate global warming.

The Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering focuses on electrical engineering and electronic communications engineering, allowing students to study across the three fields of electrical, electronic, and information communications engineering (energy/control, information communications, and electronics). Students gain a broad view of the engineering issues concerned with energy and environmental problems and master the advanced, expert knowledge required for the development of new technologies from the ethical perspective that they are expected to have in the modern era.


As our Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering degree courses encompass various fields focusing on electricity, the Introduction to Electrical, Electronic and Communication Engineering unit subject is included in the first year as an introduction to the specialized courses. As well as providing career guidance support by giving students specific examples of how electricity is used and applied in society, this course provides the background necessary to adapt quickly to one’s chosen specialization. After the courses are organized into two classes, lectures are held to provide detailed guidance on the key courses: Electronic Circuits, Electromagnetics, Computer Programming, and Applied Analytics.

Students have access to a wide range of computer software and are given the opportunity to develop their own programs in the Media Center on campus. A Solar Power Generation System is also installed on campus, with which we conduct practical research into the efficient use, conversion, and control of solar energy.

Students belonging to the Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Communications Engineering can also choose the Bio-Nano Science Fusion Course, Robotics Course, or Cross-Departmental Education Programs (Minors).