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Graduate School of Engineering(Graduate School of Engineering stopped accepting applications from the 2013 academic year.)

In a blessed environment, cultivate qualities appropriate to a researcher and a developer.

Principles of the four courses of the Graduate School of Engineering are “progressiveness”, “openness” and “flexibility.” To be “progressive” the school carries out “cutting-edge research” and advances “visionary research.”
To be “open” we tear down the walls existing between organizations and people. Of course research is centered on people and develops in a competitive environment where friendly rivalry exists. At the same time, however, something new is produced from the edge, in other words, by the fusion of ideas. It is important to cooperate with the outside. To be “flexible” means having the courage to change. Whether education or research, things change rapidly along with the change in times. When you realize that what was once the best is not the best any more, it is important to be determined to boldly change yourself. At this graduate school, students improve their thinking ability along with the teachers, as well as acquire professional knowledge. At the Kawagoe campus, research centers that go beyond the framework of the graduate school courses, such as Bio-Nano Electronics Research Center and Medical and Biological Engineering Center, have been established, and research is actively conducted.

In 2011, the Kawagoe campus celebrated its 50th anniversary, and Toyo University will welcome the 125th anniversary of its establishment in 2012. The Graduate School of Engineering began in 1965 and has been in operation for 47 years. Please join us and lead a meaningful graduate school life.

Overview

The Graduate School of Engineering offers four courses: Course of Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems, Biological Applied Chemistry, Environmental System Planning and Space Design, and Open Information Systems. These programs uphold three principles, namely, progressiveness, which undertakes advanced research programs and pursues forward-looking research, openness, which removes walls between organizations and people, and flexibility, which underpins consistent courage to make changes. This graduate school cultivates the ability to create products with abundant potential through advanced creative research programs.

Majors

  • Course of Intelligent Material and Mechatronics Systems
  • Course of Biological Applied Chemistry
  • Course of Environmental System Planning and Space Design
  • Course of Open Information Systems

 

Main Campus
Kawagoe Campus

2100 Kujirai, Kawagoe-shi, Saitama 350-8585