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Educational Goal and Three Policies of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program

Educational Goal

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program aims to develop professionals who will have the professional skills necessary to invent world-leading technologies, who will apply ethical judgement, and who will play a creative and leading role in industry which leads to an advanced information society.

Diploma Policy of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program will confer a Master’s Degree (Engineering) on students who have acquired the following qualities/abilities.

  1. ability to apply, as engineers, high standards of ethics to various issues in the local and international communities, and the ability to work on issues such as the harmony between the environment and technology and engineers’ social responsibility,
  2. ability to acquire a universal academic attitude toward not only their specialized fields but also various sciences and academic pursuits, and the ability to think from a multiple of different viewpoints based on the knowledge in a wide range of fields other than their specializations,
  3. high ability to apply knowledge in mathematics, physics, electrical circuits, electronic circuits and computers,
  4. ability to apply high standards of expertise/specialized skills necessary to work as engineers/researchers on the front line of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
  5. ability to develop skills in writing logically in Japanese to explain and discuss, excellent presentation skills, and communication skills in English, which is essential to play a key role globally,
  6. ability to plan/conduct experiments and research under given constraints, the ability to grasp and solve engineering problems and challenges which electrical and electronics engineers encounter, the ability to develop creativity, the ability to work as a team, and the ability to deal with various constraints, and
  7. ability to continue absorbing new knowledge and information after graduation and the ability to continue learning proactively.

Curriculum Policy of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program has in place the following subjects to nurture human resources who will respond flexibly to future technological progress, who will serve as the bedrock of environmentally friendly advanced information society, and who will be able to contribute to the development of technology and the wellbeing of humankind.

  1. The Cross-Graduate School Subjects help students acquire the ability to apply, as engineers, high standards of ethics to various issues in the local and international communities, and the ability to work on issues such as the harmony between the environment and technology and engineers’ social responsibility,
  2. The Cross-Graduate School Subjects help students acquire a universal academic attitude toward not only their specialized fields but also various sciences and academic pursuits, and the ability to think from a multiple of different viewpoints based on the knowledge in a wide range of fields other than their specializations,
  3. Intellectual Exploration Subjects help students acquire excellent skills to apply expertise in mathematics, physics, electrical circuits, electronic circuits and computer, and obtain the high standards of expertise/specialized skills necessary to work as engineers/researchers on the front line of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
  4. Practical Skills Subjects and Language-related Subjects help students develop skills in writing logically in Japanese to explain and discuss, presentation skills, and communication skills in English, which is essential to play a key role globally,
  5. Intellectual Pursuit Subjects and Practical Skills Subjects help students obtain the ability to plan/conduct experiments and research under given constraints, gain the ability to grasp and solve engineering problems and challenges which electrical and electronic engineers encounter, develop creativity, acquire capabilities to work as a team, and develop the ability to deal with various constraints, and
  6. Practical Skills Subjects help students acquire the ability to continue absorbing new knowledge and information after graduation and to keep studying proactively.

Admission Policy of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program

1. Desired qualities

Students who commit to the Educational Goals of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program shown below, and who have the sufficient basic academic ability necessary to acquire advanced professional skills through the education and research offered by the Program

  • produce human resources who will be able to make the best use of advanced professional skills from a broad perspective to respond flexibly and rapidly to diversely and dynamically changing social demands,
  • develop human resources who will possess a creative ability to invent new technologies related to Electrical and Electronics Engineering to solve problems, and
  • nurture human resources who will be strongly motivated to play a leading role in an advanced information society, and who will have the sense of mission to contribute to making the local and international communities better.

2. Capabilities desired in students

Students must have the basic knowledge/skills in the specialized fields of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program and foreign language ability (English). However, if you apply for Special Admissions in Other Fields, you are required to have the knowledge/ability worthy of a bachelor’s degree holder, the knowledge/skills related to your specialized field and foreign language ability (English).

3. Basic Principle of Candidate Screening

The General Selection (oral examination) evaluates applicants’ knowledge/ability related to the specialized fields of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program and aptitude/motivation, all of which are necessary to achieve the status of human resource outlined in the Educational Goals, and this is done through an interview including oral examination. Also to be taken into account is the grade achieved at the school the applicant has graduated from and the Statement of Reasons for Applying.

The General Selection (written examination) evaluates applicants’ knowledge/ability related to the specialized fields of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program, reading comprehension in a foreign language (English) and aptitude/motivation through an examination on the specialized subjects (applied mathematics, electromagnetism, electrical circuits) and a foreign language subject (English), and an interview. These qualities are necessary to achieve the status of human resource described in the Educational Goals. Also to be taken into account is the grade achieved at the school the applicant has graduated from.

The Special Admissions in Other Fields appraises applicants’ ability, aptitude and motivation all of which are necessary to achieve the status of the sort of human resource outlined in the Educational Goals. The appraisal is conducted through an interview, including a presentation and an oral examination. Also to be taken into account is the grade achieved at the school the applicant has graduated from and the Statement of Reasons for Applying.

The Special Selection for Those in Employment assesses applicants’ knowledge/ability related to the specialized field of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program and aptitude/motivation both of which are necessary to achieve the status of the sort of human resource outlined in the Educational Goals through an oral examination. Also to be taken into account is the grade achieved at the school the applicant has graduated from and the Performance (Operation) Report.

The International Students Special Admissions evaluates applicants’ knowledge/ability related to the specialized fields of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program, reading comprehension in a foreign language (Japanese or English) and aptitude/motivation through an examination on the specialized subjects (applied mathematics, electromagnetism, electrical circuits) and a foreign language subject (Japanese or English), and an interview. These qualities are necessary to achieve the status of human resource outlined in the Educational Goals. Also to be taken into account is the grade achieved at the school the applicant has graduated from.