Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
The Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering offers a continuous six-year education program, consisting of four years in the Faculty of Engineering, followed by two years in the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Master’s Program. First-year students mainly take courses to learn a wide range of knowledge, as well as Physics & Chemistry I & II, Mathematics Seminar I & II, and Basic Engineering Experiments, which are offered for the entire faculty as fundamental engineering courses. Students also complete the fundamental department courses of Introduction to Production Seminar, Electrical Circuits I, and Programming Methodology to give students practical English skills and specialized fundamental skills needed in all the fields of computer science and electrical engineering.
Starting in the second year, students study in one of the following three specialized education programs.
- Electrical Engineering Education Program
- Electronic Engineering Education Program
- Computer Science Education Program
In each education program, students take core required classes while also taking elective classes to deepen their expertise. We have also designed a curriculum where we have carefully chosen a selection of courses from related education programs within the department that students can choose as elective courses so that we are able to produce talent with expertise unique to the program. Additionally, we have organized a course of study that offers a continuous six-year undergraduate and graduate education through smooth collaboration with graduate programs for graduates who have learned specialized fields in one of the education programs.
Electrical Engineering Education Program
In the Education Program for Electrical Engineering, we educate pragmatic students to possess expertise related to a wide range of electrical technologies for energy and devices for the purpose of efficient use of electrical energy; to have ethical perspectives and a sense of mission to support human society through the field of energy; and to be capable of creating a foundation for society that will lead us into the next generation.
Water surface plasma created with high-repetition,
high-voltage pulsed power
Wind power generation experimentation
Electronic Engineering Education Program
In the Education Program for Electronic Engineering, we educate pragmatic students to possess a wide range of expertise in electronic information systems; to have ethical perspectives and abundant humanity so they are capable of building a society that aims for balance between man and nature; and to be able to produce new things in the field of electronic information.
Measuring various biosignals during a driving simulation
Shogi robot that uses image recognition and robot control
Computer Science Education Program
In the Education Program for Computer Science, we educate creative, pragmatic students to possess expertise regarding information communication technology and its applications; to have the ability to respond flexibly to sudden technological innovations and expansions of applied fields; and to have a sense of mission to contribute to achieve a prosperous, reliable, safe, advanced, and ever more computerized society.
Built-in microcomputer testing
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