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Graduate School of Science and Engineering

Tetsukazu Akiyama (Professor of the Department of Architecture)

 The Graduate School of Science and Engineering consists of four fields of specialization (Master Course),conferring master’s degrees (Science and Engineering) and doctoral degrees (Science and Engineering), two fields of specialization conferring master’s degrees (Engineering), and one field of specialization (Doctoral Course) conferring doctoral degrees (Engineering).
 The School cultivates researchers, educators and other advanced professionals equipped with specialized skills, creativity and a profoundly humane sense of ethics in harmony with the environment, arising from an ability to understand the basic principles and approaches of natural science grounded in physics and apply them in the fields of science and technology. The goal of the School is to develop individuals with the characteristics described below.

 

Educational Goals

Master Course

1.   Persons with research capabilities in science and engineering based on specialized knowledge of science and engineering that integrates physics with engineering
  • Possession of the specialized knowledge that is the foundation of science and engineeringand recognition of the breadth of advanced research fields in their fields of specialization
  • Ability to discover and solve scientific problems from an original perspective
  • Flexibility to push boundaries and explore new fields in addition to one’s area of specialized expertise
2. Persons with the practical skills to advance research activities and publish research results as a researcher, engineer and educator
  • International perspective capable of understanding both global outlooks and local values
  • Ability to communicate and present ideas in a way that conveys one’s own thoughts as a full member of society

 

Doctoral Course

1. Persons capable of advancing independent research in science and engineering based on specialized knowledge in these fields
  • Ability to launch research projects of one’s own initiative and to discover and solve scientific problems from an original perspective as a research leader
  • Flexibility to push boundaries and explore new fields in addition to one’s area of specialized expertise
2. Persons with practical skills and the leadership to pursue research activities and publish research results as a research professional
  • An international perspective capable of understanding both global outlooks and local values
  • Ability to communicate and present ideas in a way that conveys one’s own thoughts to overseas researchers and engineers

 

Policy Overview

 The three policies of the Graduate School of Science and Engineeringare as follows.

Admissions Policy

Based on the aims for which the School was established, its educational philosophy and its targets, the School’s admissions policy is to seek entrants with the following characteristics.

  • Persons who share the philosophy and objectives of the Graduate School of Science and Engineering and possess the basic skills and ambition to implement them
  • Persons who have cultivated a basic grounding in the natural sciences and possess sufficient basic academic ability in their field of specialization, and who, on that basis, demonstrate the attitude and ability to think logically
  • Persons filled with the desire and practical ability to explore new worlds with a creative spirit
  • Persons having the necessary English-language and other communication skills for research activities
  • Persons filled with the ambition and curiosity to grapple wholeheartedly with research issues

Curriculum Policy

The Graduate School of Science and Engineering assembles its curriculum to cultivate the following abilities as stipulated in its educational targets.

1.Specialized knowledge of science and engineering that integrates the disciplines of physics and engineering
  • Possession of the specialized knowledge that forms the basis of science and engineering
  • Understanding of the breadth of advanced research areas in specialized fields
  • Possession of original perspectives and an ability to discover and solve problems
  • Flexibility to push boundaries and explore new fields in addition to one’s area of specialized expertise
2. Practical ability
  • International perspective capable of understanding both global outlooks and local values
  • Ability to communicate and present ideas in a way that conveys one’s own thoughts as a full member of society
  • Practical language skills for application in research activities
  • Concrete study and research activities at the School coupled with presentation and publication of research results in Japan and overseas
  • Hands-on, practical capabilities acquired through internships

Diploma Policy

Master Course
  • Students build on the results they earned in basic and specialized education in the master’s program to acquire a wide range of specialized knowledge in their respective research fields, while garnering broad scholarly achievements through cross-disciplinary understanding beyond the student’s existing field of expertise.
  • Through education acquired in the course of research, students develop the ability to advance research,the ability to explain research results logically and strong ethics in academic research, thereby gaining the ability to discover and solve problems of their own initiative.
Doctoral Course
  • In addition to acquiring a broad range of specialized knowledge related to their respective research fields, students develop the ability to plan and advance research, the ability to explain research results logically, strong ethics in academic research and the independent research skill and leadership to pioneer new research fields in the international arena.

Majors

  • Course of Advanced Mechatronics Systems
  • Course of Biomedical Engineering
  • Course of Electricity, Electronics and Communications
  • Course of Applied Chemistry
  • Course of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Course of Architecture
  • Course of Architecture, Civil and Environmental System Design

Curriculum

Course of Advanced Mechatronics Systems [PDF/21KB] 
Course of Biomedical Engineering [PDF/21KB] 
Course of Electricity, Electronics and Communications [PDF/22KB] 
Course of Applied Chemistry [PDF/22KB]
Course of Civil and Environmental Engineering  [PDF/19KB]
Course of Architecture  [PDF/20KB]
Course of Architecture, Civil and Environmental System Design [PDF/16KB]

Main Campus

Kawagoe Campus
2100 Kujirai, Kawagoe-shi, Saitama 350-8585

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